Castor oil, when encapsulated and frozen, will pass through the stomach and small intestine before dissolving. Freezing the capsule before ingesting totally eliminates the traditional cramping associated with castor oil liquid because the capsules dissolve in the ileum, the last three fifths of the small intestine. Here the digestive tract hydrolyses this oil into recinoleic acid which whilst harmless to humans is deadly to parasites. The ileum connects to the cecum by way of the ileocecal valve and the majority of parasites of all kinds will nest in the cecum area ( the lower end of the ascending colon where the large bowel begins ). This area is warm and moist, providing a plentiful source of fresh food for these poisonous invaders.
Castor oil not only suffocates parasites but is natureís penetrating oil for colon plaque. When the castor oil capsule is frozen it does not act as a laxative, is odorless and will not ďburpĒ back.
Suggested dosage is 2-6 capsules every 12 hours.
(I read somewhere else to take coconut meat first, then the frozen capsules a few hours later. To me it would almost make more sense to reverse that and use the coconut to push out the dead parasites.)