Pharmaceutical Application

Product name Specification PDS MSDS
Virgin Castor Oil (Pharmaceutical Grade) (BP, USP/NF, EP, JP) Download Download Download
Refined Castor Oil (Pharmaceutical Grade) (BP, EP, JP) Download Download Download
Castor Oil (DAB-10) Download Download Download
Hydrogenated Castor Oil (Pharmaceutical Grade) (BP, USP/NF, EP, JP) Download Download Download

Castor Oil for Pharmaceuticals

Ambuja is involved in manufacturing of pharmaceutical grade castor oil for health and wellness to mankind. The hydrogenation process is done safely to protect the medicinal properties. This castor oil is used to emulsify and solubilize oils and other water-insoluble substances which otherwise doesn’t dissolve. This first-pressed oil is extracted in its natural form to preserve therapeutic specialties. Castor oil present in pharma products act as stiffening agent, laxatives and tablet-capsule lubricant. It cures skin disorders, burns, abrasions, cuts, ailments, abdominal illness, constipation, headaches, muscle pains, inflammatory problems, skin eruptions, lesions and sinusitis.

Hydrogenated Castor Oil (HCO)

HCO is produced by adding natural hydrogen to castor oil. After the process the ricinoleic acid becomes waxy. They help other ingredients dissolve in solvents where they would otherwise not normally dissolve. While retaining lubricity, polarity it has high water-resistant properties that makes it very valuable for lubricant applications. Hydrogenated castor oil is used in ointments, oils, medicated anti-acne skin creams, medicated anti-dandruff shampoos.

Virgin Castor Oil

Virgin castor oil is obtained by pressing, without addition of excess heat, so, the organic ingredients remain unaltered. This pure virgin transparent oil is extracted in its natural form which preserves the herbal and healing properties for pharmaceutical usages and treatments.

Refined Castor Oil

Refined castor oil is extracted using cold-pressed method. It contains ricinoleic acid, oleic acid and linoleic acid that fights skin diseases caused by bacterial and fungal infections.