Haitian Ladies and Ladies who live in Jamaica, Queens: JBCO is really.. So I finally found and bought a 4 oz jar of Jamaican Black Castor oil for $5.99 (Ladies in Queens, I bought it on Jamaica Ave. I think I's called Feel Beauty Supply. If you start from the corner of the movie theather and walk own, basically it's the first beaty supply store you run into. It has a huge bright yellow sign. That's where I found it.) Anyway, I get home and smell it. And then I said "Are you kidding me!!!" My house always has a jar of this! I had it all along, except I know it as somethng else. I don't know how to write Haitian Creole that well, but it's pronounced " Wheel Mas-cre-ti" ! All my relatives bring a Haitian rum size bottle of this whenever they come. They put it in hair, rub it on them for aches and pains, etc. Sigh. I could have just went into my moms bed room and pulled it out for free!! Oh well.erplexed Now you ladies know. If you have any Haitian friends, ask them to hook you up. If you are Haitian, girl, just go to your bathroom cabinet or ask a reletive. Someone is bound to have a bottle or two! And if you have neither, then hit up Jamaica Ave.