Emu Oil Origin & Benefits

Sunday, October 4

Emu oil is an oil made from the fat of a native Australian bird, Dromaius novaehollandiae. Emu oil is approximately 70% unsaturated fatty acids. The largest component is oleic acid, a mono-unsaturated omega-9 fatty acid. Emu oil also contains about 20% linoleic acid  and 1-2% linolenic acid. Natural Emu Oil is one of the most healing substances that is why it is used as skin and health products.

Pure Emu Oil can be taken orally as dietary supplement aside from its external healing properties.

Because of its natural healing benefits it is usually used to decrease appearance of scars, insect bites, stretch marks, burns, scaly skin, acne and pimple marks, many skin allergies and eczema and even hair loss and dandruff problems

The linolenic acid and oleic acid combination in Emu Oil have healing properties that relieves muscle and joint pains. It has long lasting anti-inflammatory effect.

Today there are many researcher about Emu Oil. No wonder that there are still uses of this product yet to be unveil. But be warned of emu oil sellers for they might sell unrefined Emu Oil. The purity of this product is very important to be effective so before a purchase be sure that your dealer is certified.

1 comments:

jda said...

This is such a good read...its so pleasing that people are finally talking about the beneficial properties of emu oil and what it can help achieve in our lives! Ive been using emu oils for what seems like forever and it has helped me overcome some serious joint and muscular aches and pains that I had for years!! I found heaps of great information at http://petdogcrates.com/dog-crate-101-an-introduction-to-dog-crates/ --- hopefully it can help you too. Thanks for the great blog...keep up the great work!

Sunday, October 4

Emu Oil Origin & Benefits

Posted by iya at 7:19 AM
Emu oil is an oil made from the fat of a native Australian bird, Dromaius novaehollandiae. Emu oil is approximately 70% unsaturated fatty acids. The largest component is oleic acid, a mono-unsaturated omega-9 fatty acid. Emu oil also contains about 20% linoleic acid  and 1-2% linolenic acid. Natural Emu Oil is one of the most healing substances that is why it is used as skin and health products.

Pure Emu Oil can be taken orally as dietary supplement aside from its external healing properties.

Because of its natural healing benefits it is usually used to decrease appearance of scars, insect bites, stretch marks, burns, scaly skin, acne and pimple marks, many skin allergies and eczema and even hair loss and dandruff problems

The linolenic acid and oleic acid combination in Emu Oil have healing properties that relieves muscle and joint pains. It has long lasting anti-inflammatory effect.

Today there are many researcher about Emu Oil. No wonder that there are still uses of this product yet to be unveil. But be warned of emu oil sellers for they might sell unrefined Emu Oil. The purity of this product is very important to be effective so before a purchase be sure that your dealer is certified.

1 comments on "Emu Oil Origin & Benefits"

jda on October 29, 2009 at 5:53 AM said...

This is such a good read...its so pleasing that people are finally talking about the beneficial properties of emu oil and what it can help achieve in our lives! Ive been using emu oils for what seems like forever and it has helped me overcome some serious joint and muscular aches and pains that I had for years!! I found heaps of great information at http://petdogcrates.com/dog-crate-101-an-introduction-to-dog-crates/ --- hopefully it can help you too. Thanks for the great blog...keep up the great work!

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