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Instructions for Castor Oil Packs

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

castor oil pack
You will need:

4 Pieces of Wool Flannel
Plastic Sheet
Electrical Heating Pad
Towel

  1. Soak the wool flannel in castor oil, until thoroughly saturated, but not dripping with oil.
  2. Apply the four layers of wool flannel to the area of the body that needs treatment.
  3. Cover the flannel with a plastic sheet, or large plastic bag.
  4. Place the heating pad on top of the plastic sheet and keep the heat on low at first, gradually turning it up to medium.
  5. Do not have the heat so high that it will burn the skin.
  6. Finally wrap a bath towel over the treated area to keep the heat in.


The pack can stay in place from 45 minutes to an hour and a half, and the skin can be cleansed with a solution of baking soda and water. The amount used is two teaspoons to a quart of warm water. The Flannel pack can be used up to 50 times. Each person should have their own pack. Keep in a plastic container in the fridge. The pack should be warmed up before application. So, Relax and Enjoy.

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How To Make A Cup Of Green Tea


  1. Heat water: Use an 8oz cup of water for each cup of tea. Just before water reaches a rolling boil, remove from heat.
  2. Add green tea: Use 1 teaspoon for each cup of water. Stir into water, or use a bamboo tea strainer or teabag.
  3. Steep: Cover for 3 - 5 minutes per cup of water. No more than 3 minutes for white or green teas.

How To Make A Cup Of Herbal Tea

  1. Boil water: Use one 8oz cup of water for each cup of tea. When water reaches a rolling boil, remove from heat.
  2. Add herbs: Use 2 teaspoons herb for each cup water. Stir herbs into water or use a teaball or teabag.
  3. Steep: Cover for 15 - 25 minutes per cup of water. When using bark or roots simmer for 10 minutes instead of steeping.

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