Friday, March 28, 2014



Pure Emu Oil has natural anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, moisturizing and non-comedogenic properties. It is a rich source of essential fatty acids, Omega-3, 6, and 9. The fatty acid properties of Emu Oil are very similar to that of humans. In addition, the monounsaturated fatty acid, oleic acid, is the major fatty acid found in Emu Oil. Clinical research has shown that properly rendered Emu Oil penetrates the skin even more effectively than oleic acid by itself. The benefits of the fatty acids found in Emu Oil are not limited to their deep penetrating ability. Oleic acid is also known to be anti-inflammatoryAdditionally, linolenic acid, the second most abundant fatty acid in Emu Oil, has been shown to ease muscle and joint discomfort.

Emu Oil has been found to have amazing results as a natural remedy in relieving many types of skin rashes. Its natural anti-inflammatory property can bring down swelling and inflammation. Anti-bacterial properties found in emu oil also help to fight  infection and stop the spreading, while simultaneously soothing the skin. Emu Oil is also non-comedogenic, which means it will not clog the pores of the skin, so your skin can still breath. It is safe for sensitive skin.

Today, Emu Oil is also used in the relieving of muscle aches, pains, and strainsdue to sports or general over-activity. In fact, some N.B.A. and N.F.L. trainers use Pure  Emu oil or Emu oil products for treatment of their players' sore joints and muscles, as well as other related injuries and problems. 
Emu Oil is also known to help build healthy skin. When used on acne and burns, Emu Oil can help to rebuild the tissue beneath the burned skin, restore elasticity, reduce scarring and aid in speedy recovery.

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