Emu oil is an oil made from the refined fat of the emu,
a bird native to Australia. It has been used for thousands of years by the Australian aborigines for the treatment of burns, wounds, bruises, and as a pain reliever for bone, muscle, and joint disorders.
Emu oil is approximately 70% unsaturated fatty acids. The largest component is oleic acid – a mono-unsaturated fatty acid. Emu oil also contains about 20% linoleic (Omega 6) acid and 1-2% linolenic (Omega 3) acid. There is some evidence to suggest that the oil may have medicinal benefit. It is frequently used topically to soften skin and is frequently found in ointments for dry cracked heels. As well as being part the main ingredient in most "Emu Oil" beauty products, such as natural analgesics, non-surgical facelifts, and wrinkle removers.
Emu oil has been shown in studies to aid in reducing scar formation in healed burn wounds, muscle sprains, and arthritis due to its strong anti-inflammatory properties.
Emu oil is a complete neutral lipid, since emu oil lacks phospholipid, making it highly penetrating to the skin.
Emu Oil is a natural product with diverse applications and is available for consumers of all ages.
Multiple conditions can be improved by using Emu Oil without side effects.
Nationally acclaimed researcher, Dr. Barry Sears said, "Emu Oil is an untapped resource and currently now is where aspirin was in the early 1900's."
Emu Oil is a healthy, complex, topical or ingestible oil, which contains a natural anti-inflammatory and is trans-dermal. In addition to reducing swelling and stiffness in joints, it reduces bruising and muscle pain. Professional sports trainers and players recognize the benefits of emu oil.
Emu Oil is a natural emollient. Emu oil helps combat the effects of the aging process. Research has shown emu oil can thicken the skin, which reduces the appearance of aging.
Medical specialists are discovering the benefits of emu oil and are adapting it into their treatment techniques.
Emu Oil is a natural, environmentally friendly product.
The above information is courtesy of the American Emu Association.
Please note that we do not make any healing claim to our emu oil products, our information
is based on hundreds of testimonials. Try it for yourself and if you don't like it, simply return the unused portion for your money back.