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The leaves of this gigantic plant look like hands, hence its name “the hand of Christ” or Palma Christi. Our grandmothers called it castor oil. The therapeutic properties of this oil date back to 1500 BC. On the other hand, Ayurvedic medicine has been using it for 5,000 years. Castor oil is composed of 87% ricinoleic acid, which gives it its therapeutic properties. It is used as a poultice or in friction. It has an anti-inflammatory, painkiller, analgesic, antifungal and lymphatic decongestant action. For sports injuries.

To increase its anti-inflammatory properties, mix with green clay. Heavy legs and swollen ankles. Cellulitis, tendinitis, bursitis. Cracked heels, burns, psoriasis, insect bites, itching. Cellulite, by adding essential oils. For dry and devitalized hair. Promotes the growth of eyelashes and eyebrows. Do not use internally during pregnancy, as it triggers labor.