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  • Doses
  • Doses of 10 g or more of castor oil produced either mild laxation of purgation (Watson et al. (inchem.org)
  • Holmes declares that he overheard me caution him against the great danger of taking more than two drops of castor oil , while I recommended strychnine in large doses as a sedative. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • definition
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  • healing process
  • For persistent infections and those finger- and toenails that have discolored and hardened, a good 10 to 20 minute soak in Epsom salts, prior to applying the castor oil, usually speeds up the healing process. (lyranara.me)
  • uses
  • While castor oil has been thoroughly investigated for its industrial uses, only a minimal amount of research effort has been directed toward its medicinal benefits. (lyranara.me)
  • Also, unlike many other crops for bio-based materials, castor oil plants grow in land unsuitable for other uses such as for food production, and in areas prone to erosion acting as an excellent soil stabiliser. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • market
  • Get your digital edition of Research Report: Global Dehydrated Castor Oil Market subscriptions and issues online from Joomag.The Europe Hydrogenated Castor Oil Industry 2016 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Hydrogenated Castor Oil industry. (vegandivine.us)
  • below
  • 2-28 Table 2--Formulation for Three-Component Polymeric Concrete Component Parts by Weight Add the two liquids below into a clean container Castor oil emulsion 18. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Studies
  • 1977). Special studies on cytotoxicity "> Special studies on intestinal histology "> Special studies on intestinal histology No microscopic changes were noted in the villus architecture of the small intestine of random bred white mice following daily oral dosing with 0.3 ml per day of castor oil for 12 weeks (Gibbins & John, 1970). (inchem.org)
  • In vivo studies carried out with dogs indicated that 45 ml of castor oil given by stomach tube decreased the activity of circular smooth muscle in the intestine (Stewart et al. (inchem.org)
  • animals
  • Seven weanling rats were given a diet containing 20% castor oil, the animals gained weight on the diet, although at a lower rate than animals fed an olive oil supplemented diet. (inchem.org)
  • activity
  • Castor oil's antimicrobial activity, while very impressive, comprises only a small part of the story concerning this mysterious oil. (lyranara.me)
  • remember
  • I can remember my dad telling me time after time about his mother's devotion to castor oil when he was growing up. (lyranara.me)
  • My dad can vividly remember the taste and effects of castor oil to this very day. (lyranara.me)
  • produce
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  • comes
  • citation needed] The common name "castor oil" probably comes from its use as a replacement for castoreum, a perfume base made from the dried perineal glands of the beaver (castor in Latin). (wikipedia.org)
  • known
  • There is a subspecies, S. cynthia ricini in India and Thailand that feeds upon the leaves of castor bean, and is known for the production of eri silk, and is often referred to by the common name Eri silkmoth. (wikipedia.org)
  • Ability
  • It has another common name, palm of Christ, or Palma Christi, that derives from castor oil's reputed ability to heal wounds and cure ailments. (wikipedia.org)