Before you use castor oil on your PPP, learn a little bit about its history and see why it is a qualified organic treatment.

It is extracted from the seed of the castor oil plant with a botanical name ricinus communis. The oil has a long list and varied history of use as a healing means in folk medicine all over the world. According to a research report in an issue of the Journal of Naturopathic Medicine, the 4,000-year-old castor bean seeds have been found in Egyptian tombs eherein it was discovered to have been used for eye irritations.

Meanwhile, it was used for induction of childbirth and expulsion of the placenta in India and China, for epilepsy in Persia, Africa, Greece, Rome, Southern Europe, and the Americas. In ancient Rome, the castor oil plant was known as Palma Christi which means Into Hand Of Christ.

It is a whitish yellow liquid which is anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant oil which has been used for centuries for its therapeutic and medicinal benefits. Majority believe that most of the oil’s advantages are derived from its high concentration of unsaturated fatty acids. Although it has a quite unpleasant taste, castor oil is used in soaps, cosmetics, medicines, massage oils, textiles and in other numerous products.

For thousands of years, this oil has been used both internally and externally because of its benefits to one’s health. Since it can strengthen the immune system, it is considered a helpful remedy in treating these major illnesses and ailments:

Hair loss

Parkinson’s Disease

Multiple Sclerosis

Cerebral Palsy

Arthritis and Rheumatism pains

It can also help with ordinary health problems such as:

Constipation

Gastrointestinal Problems

Menstrual Disorders

Migraines

Acne

Sunburn

Athlete’s Foot

Ringworm

Yeast Infections

Skin Abrasions

Inflammation

In the meantime, scholarly studies have approved the use of it for skin infections and several skin problems such as acne, dry skin, boils, warts, stretch marks, liver or age spots, and chronic itching.

Here are rules before you apply some on your PPP:

Dip one cotton ball into Castor oil and damp it onto the bumps during the morning and at night.

Alternatively, for larger treatment areas, soak a big piece of unbleached cotton cloth in the oil and wrap the affected area overnight.

You may also want to try a Band-Aid. Drench it in Castor Oil and cover the PPP overnight.

If after two days there are still traces of pearly bumps, it is recommended to pour a small amount of Epsom Salt and let it stay for 10-15 minutes to soften and disinfect the penis’ skin before applying. This can help speed up the healing process.

For maintenance, you may also want to try this. Fold a small flannel cloth into two or three, just be sure it is thick enough and can support your penis. Pour castor oil into a warm pan and soak the cloth in the oil.

Squeeze out the cloth but still keep it wet but not sappy with the castor oil. Apply the cloth to the area which needs treatment.

You may or may not clean the skin afterwards. If desired, use water and prepare it in this manner: get a ¼ cup of water then add two teaspoons of baking soda. Mix well and then use this to cleanse the penis, particularly the PPP affected area. Keep the flannel pack for future use. Do not discard it after one application because can still be used several times.

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