What is an Emu?
The Emu is a wingless prehistoric bird thought to have roamed the outback of Australia some 80 million
years ago. The Aborigines of Australia used the Emu for food, clothling, shelter, medicine, and
Emu farming first took off in the United States during the late 1980s,
and quickly became the fastest-growing segment of alternative agriculture. By the mid-1990s, emu farms
from New England to Texas to Montana to California hosted packed, busy pens of the tall, fence-pacing birds.
What is Emu Oil?
For thousands of years the Aborigines have used the oil in the treatment of muscle aches, sore joints,
inflammation, and swelling. Today the oil can and will be found in places from the family medicine cabinet to the sports training room.
Emu oil is an all natural oil that is non-toxic, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and anti-
inflammatory. It is a greaseless, odorless oil that is an excellent moisturizer,
soothing and softening the skin. Long known for it's healing and penetrating properties, Emu oil
is well suited for use in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.
Emu oil is known to help build healthy skin and when used on burns Emu oil has been known to
help to rebuild the tissue beneath the burned skin, restore elasticity, reduce scarring, and speed recovery.
Emu oil is being used as a moisturizer for dry skin and to speed up the replacement of exfoliated
skin cells for that smoother and more youthful complexion. Emu oil has also been found to be very effective on arthritis by reducing the swelling in the joints
and by alleviating the pain common with arthritis.
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