Ricinus Communis ‘Red Large’ Seeds

It included scurf, scabies, scars, earache, uterine conditions, constipation and worms. Knowledge of the castor oil plant got here to Central Europe only in the 16th century, where it is talked about in herbals as a purgative and vermifuge. The toxicity of uncooked castor beans is as a result of presence of ricin. Although the… Continue reading Ricinus Communis ‘Red Large’ Seeds