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About Ricinus Communis
Botanical Name: Ricinus communis Linn.
Common Names: English: Castor oil plant
Part Used: Ripe seeds
The leaves of this plant have very strong action on female genitals and breasts.
Its use for enhancing milk supply has been done since ancient times. There are records by Hale that in ancient times in the Cape Verde Islands the leaves of this plant were applied to the breasts of females after childbirth to boost the flow of milk.
Breast Milk: Ricinus communis is a great galactagogue (a food or drug that promotes or increases the flow of a mother's milk). Ricinus communis increases the quality of milk in nursing women.
Gastro-Enteritis: Nausea and profuse vomiting. Colic, incessant diarrhoea with purging. Rice water stools with cramps and chilliness. Violent purging with the diarrhea.
Ricinus Communis Homeopathy therapeutic range of actions as per Boericke Materia Medica
Has marked action on gastro-intestinal tract. Increase the quantity of milk in nursing women. Vomiting and purging. Languor and weakness.