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It is an essential oil that is extract of castor seed and its has the scientific name namely Ricinus communis. Great Health Benefits of Castor Seed Oil. Ok, now we see how the benefits of using Castor Seed Oil to our body. 1. Rheumatism. Castor Seed Oil is a potent drug for treating rheumatism, gout and arthritis. It is thanks to their oleic
Other plant-based oils that have shown some repellent efficacy are coconut oil, palm nut oils and andiroba oil , although all of these three oils are far less effective than DEET, they may be useful as carriers for other repellent actives as they are cheap and contain unsaturated fatty acids and emulsifiers that improve repellent coverage and slow evaporation of volatile repellent molecules [50,53,57].
This was followed by neem (A. indica), castor seed oil and Jatropha curcas in that order. The bio-pesticides compared favourably with the synthetic insecticide which served as a check and recorded lowest insect infestation and highest fruit yield of 13,666.7kg/ha and 16,083.3kg/ha in 2011 and 2012 cropping seasons respectively.
The same method was used by Oluwole et al. (2012) for castor seed oil extraction. The result showed percent of oil expression of 19.42%, which is below the range of the percentage oil content (30
Efficacy of different extracts of Pongamia pinnata against insect pests 105 larvae, in case of T. granarium and adults in case of T. castaneum were placed into the center of the Petri dish.
The castor bean (also known as the castor seed) contains up to 55 percent oil. Castor oil is extracted from the castor seed, which grows on the castor plant. The glycerides of ricinoleic acid in castor oil are mainly responsible for its purgative effect (Adebayo et al: 1983).
2 tablespoons of Castor Oil Once everything has melted, remove the mixture from the heat and allow it to cool. Then, add 15 drops each of citronella, lemongrass and lemon eucalyptus essential oils, as well as five drops each of peppermint and geranium essential oils.
Dust and ether-extract formulations of P. guineense also were effective at controlling C. maculatus, at concentrations between 0.5 and 0.75 g/20 g cow pea seed within 36 h after treatment (Mbata et al. 1995). Emergence of adults from treated eggs was prevented successfully with dust and oil treatments at 0.25 g/seed.
managing insect pest attacks can therefore serve as al-ternatives to synthetic insecticides application [5,6]. This study therefore evaluated the efficacy of aqueous leaf extracts (ALEs) of three plant species including neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss), Siam weed (Chromolaena odorata (L.)) and castor bean (Ricinus communis (L.)) in
insect infestation with low damage and higher fruit yield compared with the control. The African black pepper (Piper guineense) displayed highest degree of efficacy in this regard of all the plant extracts in both seasons (2011 and 2012). This was followed by neem (A. indica), castor seed oil and Jatropha curcas in that order. The bio-pesticides compared favourably with the synthetic insecticide which served as a check and recorded lowest insect
Crude seed extract of three tropical fruits belonging to the family Annonaceae, viz., sweetsop ( Annona squamosa L.), soursop ( A. muricata L.) and biriba ( Rollinia mucosa Baill.) were investigated for their repellent effects on the Asian subterranean termite Coptotermes gestroi Wasmann (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae ).
Institute Okigwe, Imo State to evaluate the efficacies of four plant derived insecticides for control of major insect pests of garden egg. The bio-pesticides include Neem (Azadirachta indica), African black pepper (Piper guineense), (Jatropha curcas), Castor seed oil (Ricinus communis) and cyperforce
derived from the following--Basil (Ocimum basilicum), oils of Castor, Cedar, Clove, Fennel, Citronella , Eucalyptus, Neem [4, 5, 6], Rosemary and Catnip oil of Nepeta species having nepetalactone, Celery extract (Apium graveolens) as well as Solanum villosum berry juice.
Using Castor Oil in the Garden as a Pesticide. Castor oil won鈥檛 kill animal pests, but it will repel them. To harness the effect, you need to apply castor oil directly to the soil. The formula will work for a week or so even in the rainy season. Weekly applications are the most effective at controlling animal damage in the garden.
The most common ones contain castor oil, cedar oil, citronella oil, clove oil, geraniol oil, lemongrass oil, peppermint oil, rosemary oil and/or soybean oil. While effectiveness varies, and there may be a few exceptions, most botanicals repel bugs for a short time, if at all.
The Study aimed to determine the efficacy of Atis leaves extract as an alternative treatment for pediculosis Review of Related Literature The Philippine abounds with thousands of plant species of medicinal value. For generations of rural to sub-urban fold, the use of herbal medicine has been main stay treatment.
Effect of various plant oils including Karanj oil was Efficacy of karanjin and different extracts of Pongamia pinnata against selected insect pests Vishal Kumar, K. Chandrashekar and Om Prakash Sidhu*