Castor Oil for Arthritis, Psoriasis, Eczema and Rheumatism
Posted Aug 21 2009 12:39pm
Many have found relief from the pain of arthritis and rheumatism by massaging the joints with castor oil and it is equally effective for treating conditions of the skin like eczema and psoriasis.
Here are a few of the many endorsements that I have received from sufferers:
Mrs. M D – I suffer from arthritis and psoriasis, double trouble and the toe nail of my big toe has grown and grown, layer upon layer and then almost died off. It really dead and black and so ugly, which led me to where open toed sandals with thick socks, the socks to cover the ugliness and the sandals because I couldn't get my foot into a normal pair of shoes.
After a couple of months applying castor oil my toe nail started to grow normally and half of it now looks clean and new. I could never have dreamt this was possible, so please share my story so that it may help someone else with a similar problem.
PS – Most of the pain has gone from my knees as well since I have been massaging them with castor oil.
Mrs. D K – the fingers in my left hand have been extremely stiff and difficult to manipulate. A friend recommended castor oil, so I massaged daily and improvement was gradual, but now after several weeks, it is normal again.
L V M – I find a mixture of one teaspoon each of castor oil and wheat germ oil poured into one cup of sunflower oil is a very good remedy for psoriasis. Just rub into affected areas; I find leaving it on my scalp overnight also acts as an excellent hair conditioner, as well as loosening the scales.
A Spanish doctor has his own procedure using castor oil as an arthritis cure. He boils two tablespoons of castor oil and then pours it into a glass of fresh orange juice.
He advises his patients to take this daily before breakfast until the disease is cured. The system also requires that you have a three weeks on three weeks off this regime and that you eat an alkaline diet.