How to Make a Castor Oil Pack?

In this video, our Wellness Coach, Dina explains how to make a castor oil pack at home.


Benefits of Castor Oil Packs

  • Reduces Inflammation

  • Enhances circulation

  • Helps to boost immunity

  • Supports parasite cleansing protocols

  • Aids Lymphatic Drainage

  • Enhances bowel elimination

  • Supports liver detoxification

  • Relieves pain

  • Improves digestion



Soft Cloth or Gauze
Organic Castor Oil
Heat Pack
Towel of Plastic Sheet
Essential Oils


  1. In a glass bowl soak the gauze or soft cloth in the organic castor oil.

  2. If you are using essential oils, add 2-3 drops into your castor oil.

  3. Place over the abdomen or affected area, directly on the skin.

  4. Cover with a towel or plastic sheet.

  5. Lay Heat Pad on top ensuring that it is not too hot.

  6. For best results leave the castor oil pack on for 40-60 minutes.

Suggested essential oils you can use in your castor oil pack include Clove, Peppermint, Lavender, Frankincense and Copaiba. If you would like more specific recommendations feel free to contact us.


Contraindications for Doing Castor Oil Packs

Contraindications for doing castor oil packs include pregnancy, internal bleeding disorders and during menstruation. Always consult with your medical practitioner if you are unsure about your suitability for any therapy.


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