Monday, 26 December 2016

Castor Oil

        The castor oil pack has many applications, and is being used as part of your detoxification program to facilitate deep cleaning and to assist the detoxification of your body. Other conditions that respond well include: headaches, liver disorders, constipation, intestinal disorders, gallbladder inflammation or stones and conditions with poor elimination. It is specific in cases of uterine fibroids and ovarian cysts that are non-malignant.
Castor Oil has been used throughout the ages as a natural therapy. Castor oil applied externally in the form of “packs” is very popular with natural health practitioners. Some people have said it has helped to improve assimilation, eliminations and circulation… especially of the lymphatic system.
castor oil pack is made from several layers of wool flannel material, enough to absorb and hold the castor oil during application.
A common area to apply the castor oil pack is on the right side of the abdomen, between the upper part of the rib cage and the upper edge of the hipbone. Another common area is across the abdomen from the right to the left side of the body, covering from the sternum to the pubic or groin area. Other people have tried it on areas of pain such as arthritis pain, torn ligament, frozen shoulder, etc.
  • Cold-Pressed Castor Oil: Available in an 8 oz., pint, quart, or gallon size. I don’t like to buy a large amount of castor oil because I like it to be fresh & not old (rancid oil). Small amounts of castor oil should be added to the pack before each use to refresh it.
  • Wool Flannel: Found at many health food stores. Wool holds heat really well but if you’re sensitive to wool, silk is another good choice because it also holds in the heat. I wouldn’t use cotton unless for some reason I had nothing else because it doesn’t hold the heat in well.  
  • Hot Water Bottle or Buckwheat Pillow: Placed on top of the castor oil pack to keep it warm during application. I don’t like using a heating pad because it gives off too much electromagnetic radiation (EMF).
  • Plastic bag & large old towel.
  • Fold the wool flannel into 2-3 layers.  Add castor oil to the flannel a little at a time, saturating all three layers, but not so much that it drips from the flannel. DO NOT cook oil to warm it.
  • Protect your hot water bottle by placing plastic wrap on top of it (or put it in a plastic bag).  If using heating pad, turn to “low” heat.  
  • Place flannel on top of the hot water bottle. Let sit for 1-3 minutes or until oil is warm.  
  • Place large old towel across where you’re going to lie.  
  • When you are ready to begin, flip the castor oil pack and hot water bottle on to your abdominal area so the flannel is against your skin.  Fold ends of towel over hot water bottle and relax. If desired, fasten towel snugly with large safety pins.
Application is usually 1 to 2 hours. Consult your health care practitioner to determine frequency of application. If using Castor Oil Pack at bedtime, take heat off after 2 hours. You can use the same castor oil pack for additional applications.
It’s best to store the castor oil pack in a storage container between uses and store it in the freezer (or refrigerator) so it doesn’t get moldy. Be sure to keep the pack out of the sun and in a cool dark place. Discard the pack if it becomes rancid.  `
*Always seek medical advice prior to use. Do NOT use during pregnancy or during menstrual flow.


We have the domain knowledge in each business segments we have clubbed for smooth execution and offering the best service at par with the competitive environment. Spices fall under Agribusiness Segment. We hereby offer a Historical Importance of Spices, the importance of India in Spice Trade and the evolution and acceptance of Masalas by various regions of the world. Frankly, India has the best source of creative pulse in spice blending to make each cuisine taste differently and unique by creative [minor/major] blending and adjustment thereof.
  • Pepper
  • chillies[Red,/Green]
  • Ginger
  • Turmeric
  • Cumin
  • Fenugreek
  • Garlic
  • Nutmeg
  • Mace
  • Vanilla
  • Curry-powder
  • Mint-products
  • Spice-oils/oleoresins
  • Cinnamon
  • Cloves

Indians are the most creative people to make wonderful mixture of spices to create new recipe for the food preparation and it appeared exotic for the explorers in the olden age and the modern age too. Today-most of the spices are grown organically in India with less pesticide and less fertilizers and stand a legacy in the 21st century. Those who understand spices-understand India better.
Even today, India is the leader in the Global Spice Market. No country in the world produces the amount of spices -India does around 2.75 million tones of different spices, valued approx usd.4.2 billion a year. Due to the varying climates in India -from tropical to sub-tropical almost all spices are grown in this country. South India is a major area of Spice Growth. However almost in all the states, & Union Territories of India, at least one spices is grown in abundance. Garlic, Ginger and Caraway seeds come from North India, while, Fenugreek and Red-Chilies and Fennel Seeds come from West India. East India is abundant with Garlic Turmeric and Large Cardamom. South India is known for Cardamom, Mace, Cinnamon, Clove, Pepper, and even Vanilla. The spice of the reason eventually becomes the chief flavoring of the food in the-area.
SPICES, however are not a cash crop for India. They are a culinary necessity and prevalent in the n entire country’s eating habits. Any Indian market is incomplete without its SPICES section. Stalls, shops and even whole streets are devoted to SPICES, because Indian Food is so SPICES centric. Although in India, we don’t realise the relevance of it in the World History, we know we would be crippled without it. SPICES in India are not just restricted to culinary delight. They have an important part, in the cultural and medicinal world too. Ginger prevents Dyspepsia, Garlic reduces Cholesterol and Hypertension and people often serves it as Antihistamine. Turmeric one of the important spices in India’s used for its Antiseptic Qualities for internal and external injuries in the body. It’s for these qualities that Turmeric is said to be a natural Cosmetic .Entire wedding ceremonies are constructed around Turmeric, where young Brides are grooms are made to cover themselves in Turmeric Paste ‘to be cleansed’!
Although everyone in India uses spices in their daily cooking, some spices are considered more posh than others. From the Indian State of Kashmir comes the world’s most expensive Spice Saffron. One gram of saffron requires the stigmata of 1500 flowers. It’s Spice so dear to Indians, that its vibrant color is represented in Indian Flag. Used not only for its bold color, but also its strong flavor .It’s used in only the richest delicacies and in times of celebration. Nutmeg and Cardamom are other such spices that are used on special occasions and in moderation.
Archaeologists estimate that from as far back as 50,000 B .C humans had used the special qualities of aromatic plants to help flavor their food. Primitive man used sweet-smelling spices in order to make the raw meat edible. Herbs probably were used as medicine too and also play a part in nature worship. It was from that moment that spices played an
Important role in the function of human life.
India’s bio diversity ensures variety of Produces in different natural produce categories. In Bulk shipments, Varsha Industries can ensure consistency in the supply of Dehydrated ProductsDesiccated coconutEdible OilGrainsSpiceOil Seeds, & OTHER MERCHANDISES AT THE MOST COMPETITIVE RATES.