How to Use Castor Oil Packs For Fibroid Tumors
Instructional Video Below
What is a castor oil pack?
A castor oil pack involves the use of a cloth soaked in castor oil which is placed on unbroken skin. The cloth is covered with plastic and heated with either a hot water bottle or heating pad. Castor oil is absorbed through the skin and is an essential part of removing toxins and
regulating inflammation. It has strong analgesic properties which reduces pain.
The Benefits of Castor Oil Packs
Castor oil packs are excellent for the lymphatic system and assist in improving circulation, stagnation and elimination of benign tumors in women, especially those who suffer from uterine fibroids and ovarian cysts.
Using castor oil packs will also increase lymphocytes cells in the body which are used to fight disease and eliminate various wastes including the toxins that may be contributing to common side effects of having fibroid tumors.
How to make castor oil packs
You will need the following materials:
- 6oz - 8oz of cold pressed castor oil
- Unbleached wool, cotton, or cheese cloth (large enough to make 2 - 3 layers)
- A small or medium size container with lid
- Large towel
- Plastic sheet
- Hot water bottle or heating pad
- Clean wipes or wash towel soaked in baking soda solution
- Fold cloth into 2 - 3 layers to fit over your lower abdomen and place it in the container.
- Pour half of the castor oil on the top side, turn it over and pour the rest on the other side to fully saturate the cloth.
- Squeeze out any excess oil from the cloth back into the container and place it on the edge of cling wrap that is 18 inches long.
- Completely fold the cloth in the cling wrap and place on a hardwood table. (see video for example)
- Place a hot water bottle or safe heating device over the covered pack and leave there for 5 - 7 minutes.
- Meanwhile, cover the bed with a plastic sheet.
- Unfold the cling wrap and cut 8 inches of it off. Move the warm cloth in the center of the wrap. This is the castor oil pack.
- Place the castor oil pack on your lower abdomen. Place it below the navel focusing on the pelvic area that is 3 inches below your navel (4 inches if you are six feet and taller in height).
- Take the tube of cling wrap and wrap it around you lower abdominal area three times.
- Lie on your back placing a heating pad or hot water bottle on top of the plastic. Cover the heating unit with a folded towel.
- Leave pack on for 60 minutes (20 minutes for beginners). During this time rest quietly. You may
want to listen to quiet music or meditate.
- After finishing, cut the cling wrap off your body, remove wrap covering the cloth, place the cloth in the container, seal the container with a lid and place it in the refrigerator for future use.
- Gently massage the lower abdomen and send loving thoughts of healing and wellness to your womb.
- You can either leave the oil on or wash it off with backing soda solution which consist of 3
tablespoons of baking soda to 1 quart water.
Do not use a castor oil pack under the following conditions:
- If you're pregnant
- While on menstrual cycle
- Taking medication, especially blood thinners and medication for high blood pressure
- On broken skin
- Breast feeding
- Had surgery on your lower abdominal area (wait 6 months after surgery to use)
- Diagnosed with any form of liver disease
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