Accelerated Scalar Castor Oil
Accelerated Scalar Castor Oil is enhanced with scalar frequency, is free of pesticides and chemicals, is 100% pure, made with plant-based castor oil, and is able to penetrate all three layers of the skin. It is very effective when mixed with the extremely bioactive, Scalar Enhanced charged singlet atoms of iodine (I-), Acceleradine, and applied to the skin.
The skin holds 20% of the body’s iodine reserves, and 96% of people are iodine deficient in the US.
Suggested Accelerated Castor Oil Uses:
“Mixture”: Mix Accelerated Scalar Castor Oil and Acceleradine® Iodine in a small glass container. Using a wooden spoon mix to a light to medium brown color based on the sensitivity of the skin area you are targeting (skin regularly exposed to sunlight is less sensitive). Prepare the mixture fresh each time as the Acceleradine® will evaporate out of the mixture. Apply the mixture with sanitized hands; or use Q-tip for gums, nose, or septum scars; or use clean rubber gloves if applying large amounts of the mixture from head to toe to cover all of your skin.
Expedite results by using a Castor Oil Pack for targeting appropriate glands, organs, joints, etc. with heat.
The mixture can be applied to the following areas for healing:
Thyroid. Apply below Adam’s apple
Scar tissue to break it up.
Pre-menstrual discomfort areas such as the abdomen and/or lower back
Abdomen during pregnancy
Breasts during lactation in between feedings
Other targeted glands and organs (e.g., adrenals, ovaries, etc.).
Cosmetic Uses for Castor Oil
Castor oil is a versatile and popular natural oil that has been used for various cosmetic purposes for centuries. Here are some common cosmetic uses of castor oil:
Eyelashes and Eyebrows: Applying castor oil to eyelashes and eyebrows may promote hair growth and thickness.
Scalp Treatment: Massaging castor oil into the scalp can help improve circulation, nourish hair follicles, and promote healthy hair growth.
Moisturizer: Castor oil is a rich emollient, which means it helps to moisturize and soften the skin. It can be applied to areas of dry or rough skin, such as elbows, knees, and heels.
Anti-Aging: The fatty acids in castor oil can help stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, which may reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Acne Treatment: Castor oil has antimicrobial properties that may help in treating acne. It can be applied topically to affected areas, but it's essential to patch test first as it may not be suitable for everyone.
Cleansing Oil: Castor oil is often used in the oil cleansing method. It can help dissolve impurities, makeup, and excess oil on the skin without stripping it of its natural oils.
Lip Balm: The thick consistency of castor oil makes it a good ingredient for homemade lip balms. It helps moisturize and nourish the lips.
Cuticle Care: Massaging castor oil into the cuticles can help soften and strengthen them. It may also promote healthier nail growth.
Stretch Mark Prevention: Pregnant women often use castor oil to massage the abdomen to help prevent stretch marks. However, individual results may vary.
Sunburn Relief: Castor oil can be applied to sunburned skin to soothe and moisturize. Its anti-inflammatory properties may provide relief.
Massage Oil: Due to its viscosity, castor oil makes an excellent base for massage oils. It can be mixed with other carrier oils and essential oils for added benefits.
100% PURE CASTOR OIL FREE FROM CHEMICALS AND PESTICIDES