Jamaican Mango & Lime
Jamaican Black Castor Oil – Eucalyptus
Jamaican Mango & Lime Jamaican Black Castor Oil Eucalyptus are powerful all purpose soothing oils roasted and ground manually from Jamaican castor beans, then boiled to produce 100% pure castor oil. These pure and unrefined oils retain their nutritive properties, making them great fro skin softening, moisturising massage oils or hot oil treatment for dry damaged hair.
Directions: apply generous amount to hair daily from root too ends. Massage oil into your scalp and replenish hair moisture.
Edge care using the tip of a finger, massage the Jamaican Mango & Lime Jamaican Black Castor Oil – Eucalyptus along the hair’s edge line. Repeat as needed.
Natural skin moisturiser & insect repellent apply a small amount of Jamaican Mango & Lime Jamaican Black Castor Oil – Eucalyptus to exposed skin before going outside. You’ll get added moisturisation and repel insects naturally.
Breathe easier dab a few drops of Jamaican Mango & Lime Jamaican Black Castor Oil – Eucalyptus under your nose – the stimulating fragrance of Eucalyptus essential oil will help you breathe easier…and the Jamaican Black Castor Oil will help soothe dry, flaky skin.
Ricinus communis, the castor bean or castor oil plant,is a species of perennial flowering plant in the spurge family, Euphorbiaceae. The evolution of castor and its relation to other species are currently being studied using modern genetic tools. Its seed is the castor bean, which, despite its name, is not a bean (that is, the seed of many Fabaceae). Castor is indigenous to the southeastern Mediterranean Basin, Eastern Africa, and India, but is widespread throughout tropical regions (and widely grown elsewhere as an ornamental plant).
Most species of Eucalyptus are native to Australia, and every state and territory has representative species. About three-quarters of Australian forests are eucalypt forests. Wildfire is a feature of the Australian landscape and many eucalypt species are adapted to fire, and resprout after fire or have seeds which survive fire.