Hempseed and Jamaican Black Castor Oil to grow your beard

Jamaican Black Castor Oil is an aged old hair growth secret. It is rich in fatty acids and vitamin E. It works for all hair types and beards. It will moisturize, thicken, strengthen and rapidly increase hair growth. It increases blood flow to the scalp, supplying valuable nutrients to hair follicles. Jamaican Black Castor Oil will also prevent hair breakages, dandruff, eczema and dry, itchy scalp. 

Is JBCO effective for beard growth?

Castor oil has been used medicinally for over 4,000 years for all kinds of ailments. The castor bean is native to Eastern Africa and made its way to Jamaica via the slave trade. Today, the castor oil is manufactured the old fashioned way in Jamaica. Authentic Jamaican Black Castor Oil is dark brown in color and accompanied with the traditional burnt smell.

Over the last ten years, it is an established precedent that Jamaican Black Castor oil is more effective than the clear pharmacy castor oil because of the ash content due to the roasting of the beans. That doesn't mean that your beard will grow like wildfire using JBCO. JBCO helps to support the growth of your beard because the oil is thick and full on nutrients. However great beard maintenance, drinking lots of water to stay hydrated and a balanced diet will improve a patchy beard.  

Combining JBCO with infused botanicals to promote growth

Our men's line of botanical beard grooming products is inspired by seeing my S/O without his glorious beard because he could not care for t properly. Seeing my clean shaven man inspired me to create a beard grooming line that promoted beard growth, stopped patchy growth and the dreaded beard dandruff.  

At Natural Mixologist we understand the power of plants, infused and organic oils to promote radiant skin and hair growth. JBCO is a powerful oil to stop breakage combing this oil with the healing powers of calendula and comfrey which are high in anti-fungal properties, helps to stop breakage, dandruff and dry skin under your beard. 


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