Castor oil has been used medicinally for over 4,000 years for all kinds of ailments. The Castor bean is native to Eastern Africa and made its way to Jamaica via the slave trade. Authentic Jamaican Black Castor Oil is dark brown in color accompanied with the traditional burnt smell.
Hair thinning and loss
Black Castor Oil is now being used by many African Americans to moisturize, thicken, strengthen and increase their hair growth. Many hair treatments like heating or coloring sometimes results in the thinning of hair. Applying castor oil will help rejuvenate hair. You can even mix with jojoba oil with 8 drops of Rosemary Essential Oil which will help with hair growth and giving hair a fuller body. It can also help soften your hair for when you have stubborn hair that stands up or is not very manageable especially in the crown area. It helps to get rid of those terrible looking cow licks. Just apply it to your damp hair after a shower or hair wash and massage it into your unruly areas. Don't use too much as it is very thick and oily. You can add black castor oil to your hair conditioner or hot oil treatments to add some shine to your hair. But again don't use too much and don't use too often as it can make your scalp oily. A little goes a long way. Buy some Black Jamaican Castor Oil today! If you know more ways of using castor oil for your hair, please share in the comments below.