Our Age Old "Joint-Boosting" Remedy Regains Popularity For Efficiency...
Our natural oil could help with back pain and affected joints...
An age old remedy used by our parents and grandparents in the 1920’s is making the news for its boost in popularity - the organic oil is being hailed as a "brilliant oil”. Only now, thanks to recent studies showing the oils relieving and soothing abilities do we know how helpful our oil is for users who suffer from back pain, joint aches and arthritic joints. (1)
Unlike other oils which compromise on quality by using highly toxic compounds like hexane (glue), our oil is 100% verified organic and cold pressed – meaning that what you are putting on your back or joints is free from pesticides and dangerous chemicals – just pure oil.
So, What's It Called?
Organica Castor Oil is a highly premium and 100% organic oil, packed full with essential Vitamins. In fact, an American clinical study revealed that for patients who were given the oil, pain improved by 50% and stiffness reduced by a huge 48%. (2) Within each ethically sourced bottle of Organica Castor Oil, you'll find:
Ricinoleic acid - acts as a powerful anti-inflammatory and is key to relieving back and joint pain and provides the oils pain reducing abilities. (3)
100% Cold Pressed Oil - We constantly slow production to reduce heat, allowing our oil to retain its potency.
T-Cell Boosting Abilities - Castor oil has been shown to boost T-Cells which “identify and kill viruses, fungi, bacteria, and cancer cells.” (4)
Vitamin E is highly antioxidant and works to block free radicals.
Hexane, Additive & Cruelty Free Organica Castor oil is made from the finest castor seeds and handled with the utmost care.
For a limited time only you can now get the Castor Oil for a huge 30% off – Due to high demand, stock is running low so we cannot guarantee stock availability beyond today.
Click the button below to activate your 30% off discount for Organica's Castor Seed Oil.
1) Medhi, B. “Comparative clinical trial of castor oil and diclofenac sodium in patients with osteoarthritis”. Taken form https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19288533
2) Vieira, C. Effect of ricinoleic acid in acute and subchronic experimental models of inflammation 2000. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11200362
3) Peter H. Buist, in Comprehensive Natural Products II, 2010, taken from https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/biochemistry-genetics-and-molecular-biology/ricinoleic-acid
4) Grady, H. Immunomodulation Through Castor Oil Packs. Journal of Naturopathic Medicine 1999. Retrieved from http://www.uterinefibroids.com/c_alt_castoroilpacks.htm