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  1. #1 Can soap ingredients affect your internal organs directly? 
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    I am about to try a new shampoo that has castor oil in it. The other ingredients are well suited for my situation, but I am afraid that the castor oil will make me sick. A bit of the shampoo will get into my bloodstream through my skin, and I'm not sure if that could cause the castor oil to affect my intestines. I am very limited in what I can use for shampoo and conditioner because I have an extremely sensitive scalp, so I would really like to be able to work with this new one if it is safe for me to do so.


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    1. Go to the drugstore and buy pure castor oil.
    2. Insert a little bit of castor oil either in the oral or anal orifice.
    3. Measure the level of sickness induced.
    4. If sickness levels approach 0 it is safe to use shampoo with castor oil.


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    Your research isn't going to well at the moment, is it Spurious?
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    It is. But I am making a 3D reconstruction at the moment. This is an incredibly boring process that can drive a sane man crazy. Imagine what it would do to someone like me.
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