|Oil Content||47% min|
|Pack Type||PP Bag|
|Pack Size||50 kg|
The castor plant is the source of the Castor Seeds
The plant is grown, mainly, for its seeds which is used to make castor oil. The seeds contain between 40% and 60% oil that is rich in triglycerides, mainly The seed contains a toxin, which is also present in lower concentrations throughout the plant. It is used abundantly in medicines. The castor plant is the source of the castor seeds. The plant is grown, mainly, for its seeds which is used to make castor oil. indian castor seeds are the best in the world since it contains a large amount of oil compared with other countries.
We offer the best quality Castor Seeds high on demand in the market. Our Castor Seeds are extremely pure and available in various packing. We offer Castor Seeds at the market leading price.Castor seeds uses and benefits:
- The health benefits of castor seed oil include skin and hair care, relief from rheumatism, menstrual disorders, and constipation. It also helps in oral care, proper lactation, and birth control.
- The seeds of castor are rich in oleic acid, ricinoleic acid, linoleic acid and various types of fatty acids. All these three acids are extremely beneficial in treating gout and rheumatism.
- Castor seed oil contains undecylenic acid, which has germicidal and disinfectant properties. It is useful for treating skin diseases and skin ulcers, particularly those which are caused due to bacterial or fungal infections.
- Ricinoleic acid, present in castor oil, is an emmenagogue by nature and stimulates menstruation in cases of delayed, painful, or obstructed menses. It also helps to relieve pain during menstruation.
- The oil from the seed has been used as lubricants in lamps and as medicines, since the ancient times.
- The earliest civilizations used the oil as part of rituals and sacrifices. It is useful in curing arthritis and related diseases and was credited with reducing skin irritations.
- Chinese medicine has been using the oil and the seeds for various purposes like medicines and dressings.
- These oilseeds are being used to make various types of efficient biofuels.
- The products of the castor seeds, including the oil are used in textiles, pharmaceuticals, plastics, paper, chemicals, greases, paints, varnishes, linoleum, soaps, cosmetics, electronics, telecommunication and other industries