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Dealing with uterine fibroids, digestive ailments, or even dermatology related issues can be frustrating and feel difficult to manage. 

However, there is a wonderful remedy that can help assist. It is not a cure, but can help to relieve symptoms that are directly induced by the above listed diagnoses.  

Castor oil derived from the castor bean, and its properties help distribute soothing cleansing and nutritive effects once applied (typically with heat) and to the area affected.

We do carry both the castor oil and cotton flannel here at the Center, so at your next appointment, or if you just want to come by to pick some up, please do! We'd love to see you! We are still of course maintaining the appropriate measures to help keep you, our staff and loved ones safe! 

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