The benefits of Mustard Seed oil and Castor Oil

God has enlightened me with a new healing product.
I have a friend in Nepal. They told me they use Mustard oil for everything from cooking to
infections, scrapes, bruising, and more. In my research, I found more than 11 benefits.
Then someone told me about Castor oil. When I blended the two and I got surprising results
that were immediate. There are more than 15 ways to use castor oil externally and internally.
What have been your perceptions or experiences with either oil? I had always thought, “Oh no!
Mustard Plaster! Not for me because I heard and thought it would get very hot and even burn
your skin. Now that I have used the oil cold-pressed from the seeds, it actually is very calming.
What about castor oil? I always thought it worked as a laxative and would flush out the toxins; in
the stomach, bowels, colon, and spleen and relieve constipation in the extreme. The truth is in
regard to the digestive system if you rub a drop into your belly button it feeds powerful nutrients
into the blood, distributing throughout our bodies. gently removing what doesn’t belong without
dangerous chemicals that don’t always work.

Mustard Seed Oil Benefits are numerous: Helps treat bacterial skin infection, promotes sweating
& muscle growth, helps prevent hair loss, (I’m noticing fast restoration of hair loss and hair is
slowly coming back to my eyebrows.) Prevents fungal infections, stimulates blood circulation,
boosts appetite & aids in digestion, Relieves symptoms of rheumatism & arthritis. Pure mustard
oil and mustard essential oil may help reduce inflammation and pain, slow cancer cell growth,
block microbial growth, and enhance hair and skin health. Both can also be diluted with a carrier
oil and applied topically in massage oils, face masks, and hair treatments. This oil in cold-
pressed state is not skin sensitive for most, and has no aroma. Essential oils should always be
diluted for safety. Caution: May irritate mucus membranes.

The benefits of CASTOR OIL are numerous: (30) in all! Now that’s a powerful healing agent.
A few of these benefits are: Relieves symptoms of hormonal imbalance with symptoms of PMS
and PMDD, Endometriosis, or GI. treats constipation, aids in arthritis and joint pains, treats
plantar fasciitis and hemorrhoids, Treats fungal infection, Improves blood circulation, reduces
acne, moisturizing agent, better skin complexion, clears skin blemishes, treat sunburns and
scar, delays sign of aging, prevent early graying, used as a food preservative, clean you scalp.
Castor oil is so gentle it is safe for most ages. With pregnancy or if a woman is lactating,
I want to add what I found for the relief of PMS and PMDD.

Again, both Mustard seed and Castor oil are completely skin safe for most.

You can make an oil pack like this:
Take your wool cloth or flannel cloth and cut it down to fit your lower abdomen
1. Soak cloth in castor oil (but not dripping soaked)
2. Find a comfortable laying space making sure to put a dry towel underneath to prevent
staining sheets or couches.
3. Place the oil soaked cloth on your lower abdomen
4. Place your barrier material on top of the cloth
5. Put your heating pad or hot water bottle on top of the barrier
6. Lie on back with feet elevated and relax for 20-45 minutes.
7. Use this time to practice deep breathing, read a book, meditate or whatever you find relaxing.
8. After the desired time, remove the pack and place your castor oil cloth in a glass container as
you can use it up to 30 times! It’s recommended to keep it in the refrigerator.
9. Wipe any extra oil off your skin with soap and water or let it soak in.
10. Be sure to drink a lot of water on these days as your body will be detoxing.