Castor oil is the unsaturated fatty acid that has been used to dissolve ovarian cysts for a long time, keeping your ovaries healthy and full of vitality.

Do not use a castor oil pack during pregnancy, or menstruation.

Supplies needed:

•    1-pint cold pressed castor oil
•    1-10”X14” wool flannel cloth, (or cotton flannel if you are allergic to wool) that has been pre-washed before use. Let dry naturally and fold several times to make a large flat pad
•    1 box Saran wrap
•    1 very large bath towel
•    Several safety pins
•    1 old shower curtain or plastic table clothe to protect your bed from the oil
•    Several old towels that may be stained with oil
•    1 box baking soda
•    Gallon zip lock bag to store the cloth in after you are finished (refrigerate the cloth)
•    heating pad

How to make a castor oil pack

1.    Turn the heating pad on medium heat setting.
2.    Take 4 ounces of the oil and place it in a small glass container and sit it down in a small pot of hot water, or in a sink to warm the oil.
3.    Cover the bed with plastic shower curtain or plastic tablecloth.
4.    Lay out a sheet of Saran wrap and place the folded cloth on top of it. Saturate the cloth with the oil and place the warm oil side on the right side of the body and wrap the body with the large towel to hold in place.
5.    Lie down and put the heating pad on the covered oil soaked cloth for 1-2 hours.
6.    You may increase the heat as needed, but do not fall asleep.
7.    Afterward, put the oilcloth in the Ziploc bag and store it in the refrigerator.
8.    Repeat the procedure no more than three times per week. Baking soda removes the excess oil from your skin.
9.    You may see a chocolate brown discharge from an old cyst that has been discharge, a whitish discharge, or blood tinged discharge from the vagina. These events can occur several days or even weeks after these hot oil packs.
10.    See your doctor if you experience fever, heightened pain, or any adverse change in your condition. Trust your instincts and good judgment.

This information is intended to educate the public on other alternative approaches to health and not to cure diseases. Please consult your Doctor if you need any help.

Guiomar Campbell

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Guiomar is a performing artist and an Integrated Health Practitioner with over 20 years of experience in depression and anxiety disorders. She has a degree in nursing and obstetrics from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil. She received her diploma in shiatsu therapy in 1995 and a diploma in acupuncture in 1999 at the Shiatsu School of Canada where she worked for 15 years as a shiatsu instructor in the diploma program. She is a member in good standing of College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturist of Ontario (CTCMPAO). Guiomar specializes in men and women’s reproductive health, gynecology, pregnancy and post partum care. She also has lots of experience treating digestive issues, migraine headache, and insomnia.

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