Original Organic Castor Oil Liver Pack (pack only)
Original Organic Castor Oil Liver Pack (pack only)
Original Organic Castor Oil Liver Pack (pack only)
Original Organic Castor Oil Liver Pack (pack only)
Original Organic Castor Oil Liver Pack (pack only)
Original Organic Castor Oil Liver Pack (pack only)

Original Organic Castor Oil Liver Pack (pack only)

Regular price$45.97
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Queen of the Thrones® is the #1 recommended original less-mess & reusable Organic Castor Oil Pack for liver detox, lymphatic drainage & colon cleansing. Scientifically designed by a naturopathic doctor to support:

- Hormone balance (Hashimoto’s, menopause, postpartum, etc) 

- Fertility (ovarian cysts, fibroids, etc.)
- Deep sleep & less stress
- Inflammation & leaky gut
- Constipation & bloating relief 



Free of chemicals, flame retardants, dyes, & bleach.

80% certified organic cotton Sherpa - Hypoallergenic soft material gently shifts body into a relaxed state needed for liver detox & hormone balance

15% polyurethane (PUL) - Non-toxic, eco-friendly, less-mess layer naturally holds in body heat

5% nylon - Four 39” soft, stretchy, adjustable, comfortable to sleep & move in straps

The compress is made to fit over the size of the adult liver. It fits most bodies with it’s long, soft straps that hug your curves so comfortably you can sleep or go about your daily to do’s in it. 

For a child or extra petite frame, see the Kids Pack, while if you are larger-framed, the Pelvic Pack may be a better fit. 

You’ll love your Queen of the Thrones® Castor Oil Pack!

★★★★★

Love every product available!

The Castor oil quality is top notch and love that it’s packaged in glass bottles!

Julie

10/19/2021

★★★★★

very good

excellent

kelley arnold

01/05/2021

★★★★★

Wonderful addition to my health routine

Need more of this in my life, will be buying more.

Christy McCulloch

06/25/2021

Benefits

Castor oil packs shift your body into the relaxed state of ‘rest & digest’ activating liver detox, lymphatic drainage and colon cleansing to help with:Hormone balance (Hashimoto’s, postpartum, menopause, etc), Fertility (ovarian cysts, fibroids, etc.),Deep sleep & less stressInflammation & leaky gut Constipation and bloating relief Results vary from person to person.

How does it work?

When you turn on your natural healing functions by wearing a castor oil pack, there is a shift from stressed to the ‘rest & digest’ state, which promotes: 

Liver Detox - Local liver inflammation is reduced and blood flow is increased, supporting enhanced detox 

Lymphatic Drainage - The gentle compression over the liver area (highly concentrated with lymph and circulatory vessels) supports lymphatic drainage and cleansing

Colon cleansing - Through balancing gut inflammation, supporting the microbiome via breaking down biofilm, and promoting movement of the gut, this enhances digestion, absorption and better elimination 

Food, supplements and medicines can be safely combined and often work better when doing castor oil packs.

Both the pack and oil are ESSENTIAL for all these benefits. 

How to use it?

Your Castor Oil Pack is a simple 2 step process when paired with organic castor oil (sold seperately):

Step 1: Pour 1-2 tbsp of organic castor oil (in a glass bottle) onto the soft cotton side of your pack

Step 2: Place your Castor Oil Pack over your liver area (right side below rib cage), and tie in place!

That’s it! For optimal benefits, wear your Castor Oil Pack for a minimum of 1 hour, or overnight for best results. Replace it every 3 months, and don’t share your pack - it’s like underwear! 

FAQs

If you take castor oil orally (sold separately), it’s a stimulant laxative that can cause cramping and make you rush to go to the bathroom. 

​​Simply rubbing castor oil on your skin and throwing an old T-shirt overtop (A.K.A. the “Lazy Castor Oil Pack”) only gives you about 50% of the benefits. Without the pack you lose out on supporting liver detox, lymphatic drainage and colon cleansing. The pack and the castor oil work synergistically together to help you feel better.

No, castor oil packs are safely combined with any medication and supplement and may help them work better. They are safe to use while on hormone replacements or birth control pills and support hormone balance if you are weaning off. They are safe to use with internal IUDs. In very rare cases, a hypersensitivity reaction to castor oil may occur, if this should happen please discontinue use.

Is the mess and fear of staining your fabrics what has stopped you from doing a castor oil pack in the past? Probably, and that’s why this pack was designed by a naturopathic doctor just for you to be LESS-mess. NO, it is not messless, but it’s less messy than a DIY pack. Always wear an old T-shirt over top, just in case. 

Your pack will become messy over time and it’s unknown whether or not toxins are absorbed into the pack so it’s important to replace it after 3 months.

The Original Organic Castor Oil Liver Pack is engineered to naturally hold in your own body heat so extra heat is not necessary. You can add extra heat if you want, it’s optional. 

In natural medicine heat is used as a modality to slow things down, so it may be beneficial in cases of cramping or if you find you’re always cold. But in cases of constipation, added heat may make you more constipated.

Castor oil can be kept at room temperature because it’s a very stable oil. Never store your oil in a plastic bottle. Avoid pre-combining with other skin oils or essential oils to maintain integrity of the oil.

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