Castor Oil

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Whether you are treating inflammation inside the body or outside of it, castor oil seems to serve some potential purpose. This remains true as a home remedy for bursitis, which can severely impact your quality of life and even be debilitating if it affects the ankles or knees. Castor oil is one of the most well-known anti-inflammatory substances in common use, and the dense mixture of organic acids can directly soothe irritation and function as an analgesic. You can apply castor oil 2-3 times per day until the bursitis flare-up has gone down. Only a small amount of castor oil is necessary for measurable effects. Protection Status
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