Nature’s Tattva Jamaican Black Castor Oil has been imported from black castor procured from the Jamaican area, traditionally made to perfection. Let us explain the basic difference between Castor oil and Jamaican Black Castor oil. Castor oil is cold pressed from the seeds while the castor seeds are roasted, ground and boiled first before being cold pressed for Jamaican black castor oil. Due to roasting, the ash content in the oil increasing, hence giving it a blackish color. Due to this high ash content, the pH of the oil is also high, which makes this variety of castor oil is more effective.
Have you always envied Africans for their beautiful, lustrous and thick hair? Do you wish to have strong hair like theirs? Then Jamaican Black Castor Oil might be your go to solution.
The oil gets its name from the roasted castor beans, that are used to extract the oil.
What is the difference between Jamaican Black Castor Oil & Castor Oil?
The basic difference as mentioned above is, that Jamaican Black Castor Oil or JBCO is extracted by cold pressing ROASTED castor beans instead of the raw castor beans. Since the castor beans are roasted before the oil is extracted, it gives a darker blackish colour to the oil as compared with the castor oil which is normally available. Due to this roasting of the beans, the ash content of the oil increases, which makes the oil a much better choice for the hair than the normal cold pressed Castor oil.
Benefits of Jamaican Black Castor Oil
Jamaican Black Castor Oil works for all hair types. It will moisturize, thicken, strengthen and rapidly increase hair growth. It increases blood flow to the scalp, supplying valuable nutrients to hair follicles. Jamaican Black Castor Oil will also prevent hair breakage, dandruff, eczema and dry, itchy scalp. Jamaican Black Castor Oil has crossed over into other ethnic groups, and is now being used widely for some of the same purposes, as well as new found uses including eyelash and eyebrow hair growth and as massage oil. This versatile oil carries many varied uses.
How to Use Jamaican Black Castor Oil
Castor oil in general is a thick oil and can be a little difficult to remove, it is therefore recommended that Jamaican Black Castor oil be mixed with a lighter oil like Virgin Coconut oil or Sesame seed oil so that it can be removed with ease. The general ratio for is 1:2, which means 1 part of JBCO with 2 parts of any other thinner oil.
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