Emu Oil is highly moisturizing, a natural skin softener and has rejuvenating properties (has been shown to reduce the depth and length of fine lines and wrinkles). It is also non greasy and highly penetrating. In fact, Emu Oil has demonstrated to be the fastest and most penetrating oil into the skin, making it an excellent trans-dermal carrier for any other added moisturizers or therapeutic ingredients.
Emu Oil is natural and non-toxic, non-comedogenic (does not clog pores), hypo-allergenic (non-irritating) and gentle for all skin types.
Emu Oil is an effective anti-inflammatory. The potency of the anti-inflammatory effect from Emu Oil is similar to ibuprofen without the negative side-effects frequently common with traditional prescription or corticosteroid based anti-inflammatory medications.
Emu Oil is bacteriostatic and does not promote the growth of bacteria.
Emu Oil can provide you with the healing properties of Omega 3, 6, 7 and 9 essential fatty acids. Medical trials have shown that it can help prevent heart attacks and strokes by lowering blood pressure, lowering your triglyceride levels and decreasing arrhythmias (which can cause heart attacks). Another benefit of Omega 3 which has recently been discovered is that it may help to make you smarter, because it improves blood flow throughout your body (including the brain) thereby also helping with improving brain function.
Emu Oil naturally contains:
- Vitamin E, a major antioxidant and healing agent;
- Vitamin A, a known skin repairer and antioxidant;
- Linoleic acid, which eases muscle aches and joint pain;
- Oleic acid, a proven skin cell regenerator, anti-wrinkle agent;
- Sapogens, proven skin softeners;
- Terpines, known antiseptics.
Emu Oil has demonstrated to benefit the following conditions and problems:
Acne, Age spots, Arthritis, Bruises, Burns, Chapped lips, Complexion problems, Cracked skin, Cuts & lacerations, Dandruff, Dry skin, Eczema, Fever blisters, Gout, Gum disease, Hair loss, Haemorrhoids, Insect bites, Irritated skin, Joint Pain, Moisturizer, Pain Relief, Psoriasis, Rheumatism, Skin Rashes, Stretch marks, Tendonitis, Varicose veins, Wrinkles & fine lines and more!
*Although research has indicated tremendous improvement in above conditions we do not guarantee it to be a cure for any condition.
Research studies on Emu Oil have been conducted at these Institutes:
- Auburn University, USA
- Boston University Medical Centre, USA
- Indiana University School of Medicine, USA
- Iowa State University, USA
- Texas Tech Health Sciences, Burn Unit, USA
- University of Adelaide, Australia
- University of Sydney, Australia
- University of Texas Medical School, USA
- and many new studies are currently under way.
Some of the areas covered by this research are as follows:
Fatty Acid Analysis of Emu Oil. (AEA funded study, 1994) By Dr. Paul Smith, Dr. Margaret Craig-schmidt, Amanda Brown at Auburn University (Reprinted from AEA News, September 1994 issue)
Analysis of fatty acids in emu oil reveals that it contains approximately 70% unsaturated fatty acids. The major fatty acid found in emu oil is oleic acid, which is mono-unsaturated and which comprises over 40% of the total fatty acid content. Emu oil also contains both of the two essential fatty acids (EFA’s) which are important to human health: 20% is linoleic, and 1 – 2 % is alpha-linolenic acid.
Experimental Study to Determine the Anti-Arthritic Activity of a New Emu Oil Formulation (EMMP) (1993) By: Dr. Peter Ghosh at Royal North Shore Hospital of Sydney, Australia and Dr. Michael Whitehouse at University of Adelaide, Australia.
A combination of emu oil with a suitable trans dermal transporter is found to show anti-inflammatory (anti-rheumatic) activity in various rat models.
The research done and being done with emu oil is huge. If you do a Google search using the words ’emu oil research’ you will come up with over 1,000,000 entries.
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