*New* Holistic Remedy for Allergy, Skin Infection, and Hair Balls

October 13th, 2021 at 10:02 am EST

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NEW Natural Remedy for Allergies, Skin Infections and Hair Balls

Castor Oil for Pets

Castor oil is a multi-purpose vegetable oil that people have used for thousands of years.

It’s made by extracting oil from the seeds of the Ricinus communis plant.

These seeds, which are known as castor beans, contain a toxic enzyme called ricin. However, the heating process that castor oil undergoes deactivates it, allowing the oil to be used safely.

Castor oil has a number of medicinal uses.

1. A Powerful Laxative/Hair Ball Treatment

Perhaps one of the best-known medicinal uses for castor oil is as a natural laxative. It’s classified as a stimulant laxative, meaning that it increases the movement of the muscles that push material through the intestines, helping clear the bowels.

Stimulant laxatives act rapidly and are commonly used to relieve temporary constipation.

In fact, several studies have shown that castor oil can relieve constipation.

While castor oil is considered safe in small doses, larger amounts can cause abdominal cramping, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea

Although it can be used to relieve occasional constipation, castor oil is not recommended as a treatment for long-term issues.

It is also an effective intermittent remedy for Hair Balls in Cats

Dog and Cat Dose: ½ teaspoon/ 20lbs twice daily
Human Dose: 1 tablespoon

2. Skin Disease/Allergy Help 

Castor oil is rich in ricinoleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid.
These types of fats act as humectants and can be used to moisturize the skin. Humectants retain moisture by preventing water loss through the outer layer of the skin

Castor oil is thick, so it’s frequently mixed with other skin-friendly oils like almond, olive and coconut oil to make an ultra-hydrating moisturizer.

Though applying castor oil to the skin is considered safe for most, it can cause an allergic reactions..

SUMMARY: Castor oil can help lock moisture in the skin. IF your dog or cat is itching with especially DRY SKIN, consider applying a castor/coconut oil combination

3. Promotes Wound Healing

Applying castor oil to wounds creates a moist environment that promotes healing and prevents sores from drying out.

Venelex, a popular ointment used in clinical settings to treat wounds, contains a mixture of castor oil and Peru balsam, a balm derived from the Myroxylon tree

Castor oil stimulates tissue growth so that a barrier can be formed between the wound and the environment, decreasing the risk of infection. It also reduces dryness and cornification, the buildup of dead skin cells that can delay wound healing

Studies have found that ointments containing castor oil may be especially helpful in healing pressure ulcers, a type wound that develops from prolonged pressure on the skin.

One study looked at the wound-healing effects of an ointment containing castor oil in 861 nursing home residents with pressure ulcers.

Those whose wounds were treated with castor oil experienced higher healing rates and shorter healing times than those treated with other methods 

SUMMARY: Castor oil helps heal wounds by stimulating the growth of new tissue, reducing dryness and preventing the buildup of dead skin cells. CONSIDER for your dogs/cats with speeding up wound healing, and for dogs with PRESSURE ULCERS on the elbows.

4. Impressive Anti-Inflammatory Effects – Natural Arthritis Treatment

Ricinoleic acid, the main fatty acid found in castor oil, has impressive anti-inflammatory properties.

Studies have shown that when castor oil is applied topically, it reduces inflammation and relieves pain.

The pain-reducing and anti-inflammatory qualities of castor oil may be particularly helpful to those with an inflammatory disease such as rheumatoid arthritis or psoriasis.

Animal and test-tube studies have found that ricinoleic acid reduces pain and swelling 

One study demonstrated that treatment with a gel containing ricinoleic acid led to a significant reduction in pain and inflammation when applied to the skin, compared to other treatment methods 

A test-tube component of the same study showed that ricinoleic acid helped reduce inflammation caused by human rheumatoid arthritis cells more than another treatment

Aside from castor oil’s potential to reduce inflammation, it may help relieve dry, irritated skin in those with psoriasis, thanks to its moisturizing properties.

SUMMARY: Castor oil is high in ricinoleic acid, a fatty acid that has been shown to help reduce pain and inflammation in test-tube and animal studies. IF you have a pet with localized ARTHRITIS, consider Castor Oil topically.

5. Reduces Dandruff, Skin Infections/Yeast..

Castor oil has several qualities that may help reduce acne symptoms. (feline acne is very common, dog’s get similar skin infections)

Inflammation is thought to be a factor in the development and severity of acne, so applying castor oil to the skin may help reduce inflammation-related symptoms

Castor oil has antimicrobial properties that may help fight bacterial overgrowth when applied to the skin.

One test-tube study found that castor oil extract showed considerable antibacterial power, inhibiting the growth of several bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus

Castor oil is also a natural moisturizer, so it may help soothe the inflamed and irritated skin typical in those with acne.


Castor oil is used for oral yeast infections in people, and may be beneficial for our dogs that have yeast infections on their skin/paws secondary to allergy.

This can be a big problem for MANY dogs..The moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties of castor oil make it an excellent option to keep hair soft and hydrated and help reduce dandruff symptoms


People/Pets have used castor oil for thousands of years as a powerful natural treatment for a variety of health issues.

It has been shown to help relieve constipation and moisturize dry skin, among many other uses.

If you are searching for an affordable, multi-purpose oil to keep in your medicine cabinet, castor oil may be a good choice.

Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew

P.S. I so overlooked Castor Oil- I saw it as some old remedy that my mother would make me occasionally take.. then the stories of how castor oil on the abdomen wss supposed to help digestive issues etc.. had me rolling my eyes..

Turns out I am wrong.. I have been using this oil, and it really does have some great anti inflammatory properties..

Eating my words :-)

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