Top Ten Benefits of Emu Oil
1 — Natural Anti-Inflammatory
From clinical experience with Emu Oil, it becomes obvious that its two major actions were its anti-inflammatory properties and its ability to penetrate the skin.” Dr. G.R. Hobday, Australia.
In addition to cosmetic uses, laboratory experiments and analysis of Emu Oil both in Australia and in the US have confirmed that Emu Oil has the ability to reduce inflammation of the joints. Emu Oil naturally contains a high level of linolenic acid (a substance know to ease muscle ache and joint pain) and oleic acid, which provides a local anti-inflammatory effect.” Dr. Margaret C. Craig-Schmidt, Associate Professor Dept. of Nutrition and Food Science Auburn University.
“The majority of anti-inflammatory products on the market today produce side effects that are often so sever, that the consumer must weight their benefits against their side effects. However, in the case of Emu Oil, laboratory irritation test conducted by Emu Ranchers Incorporated (ERI) in 1991 revealed that even at full strength, Emu Oil generated irritation levels so low that the results were comparable to that of water.” Kristi Tomlin, Registered Pharmacist Blackwell, Oklahoma.
A pharmaceutical grade of Emu Oil possessing anti-inflammatory properties with minimal side effects could alleviate some of the most pressing concerns regarding the use of anti-inflammatories in the medical profession today. Kristi Tomlin, Registered Pharmacist Blackwell, Oklahoma.
2 — Natural Anti-bacterial
Dr. A. Zemtsov discovered the Emu Oil to be highly penetrating, a good Emulsifier, bacteriostatic (does not promote growth of bacteria), hypoallergenic (has a low irritating potential) and is non-comedonogenic (non-pore-clogging). Dr. A. Zemtsov Texas Tech University’s Health Science Center. Even current research on the oral consumption of bacterial-free Emu Oil has yet to reveal adverse side effects from oil use. Emu Oil: Reexamining a Natural Remedy with Today’s Technology, Pg. 15. Emu Oil has been frequently tested by government and private laboratories, indicating no steroids, hormones or even bacterial when suitably tested. Dr. G.R. Hobday Australia
The epithelial character of the oil is beneficial. The oil tends to be bacteriostatic, it keeps the wound moist and has transport capability which are big advantages. Dr. Matthew Zimmer.
3 — Natural Anti-Fungal’
Karen Davis of Outback Emuzing Ranch in British Columbia, Canada, a medical technologist specializing in biochemistry and microbiology, has tested the oil for anaerobic bacteria, fungus, yeast, salmonella, shigella, staphylococcus, streptococcus, and e. coli. No growth was reported for any of these bacteria or fungi. Emu Oil: Reexamining a Natural Remedy with Today’s Technology
Before recommending it, Dr. Hobday reveals that he had tests performed on the Emu Oil which included tests for bacteria content, and found that in it’s pure state it grew no organisms. Emu Oil: Reexamining a Natural Remedy with Today’s Technology.
4 — Arthritis – Muscle & Joint Injury – Relieve the Pain!
The dramatic results I have observed convinced me that this oil can make an impact on those suffering from arthritis. The advent of this oil has simply changed my practice. The research is impressive. The initial results and potential are so exciting. I’ve begun recommending the use of Emu Oil as part of a regular treatment program for patients. I’ve observed some very surprising results. The oil is very economical compared to regular arthritis medicines, and appears to have fewer side effects. It is very encouraging to find something that may help relieve the suffering associated with arthritis, and it’s very exciting to be a part of my project that may impact the quality of life for so many people. Dr. Thom Leahey, Arthritis Clinic, Ardmore, OK. Emu Oil has been used for many therapeutic uses including joint and muscle aches, sporting strains, skin care for dry, irritated skin, sunburn, windburn, and temporary relief of arthritic pain. Dr. Leigh Hopkins Using Emu Oil for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Emu Oil may act in an anti-inflammatory manner to relieve the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome similar to oral anti-inflammatory drugs as aspirin and Motrin. Dr. Leigh Hopkins Using Emu Oil for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Joint pain – reduced swelling, and stiffness most evident where the joint is close to the skin surface, such as hands, feet, knees and elbows. Emu Oil: Reexamining a Natural Remedy with Today’s Technology.
5 — Unsurpassed Penetration
I’ve always been impressed with how well it goes on the skin and lubricates it without leaving a greasy film. Dr. William Code Duncan, British Columbia I learned that this (oleic) fatty acid is a known enhancer of transport of bio-active compounds through the skin. In other words the high presence of oleic acid in the Emu Oil may be one of the reasons that it is able to penetrate the skin to a large degree and at the same time be able to carry active compounds through the skin where they can have an effect in the body. Dr. Margaret Craig-Schmidt Auburn University. Dr. Zemtsov asked himself the question Why would a company want to use Emu Oil in their products? The proof is in the results, he says. It has been proven and documented that the claims about the oil – penetrating, emulsifying, non-comedogenic, non-irritating, and highly moisturizing – are true. Dr. Alexander Zemtsov Texas Tech University. Why does Emu Oil have such a penetrating effect? Because of the lack of phosphorus in our skin. Our skin is phospho-lipid deficient. In other words, there is no phosphorus in our skin. If you put anything on your skin that has phosphorus in it, our skin is “programmed” to keep it from penetrating. Any time you put anything on your skin that is phospho-lipid deficient, or has no phosphorus, it penetrates right through. Allen Strickland, Ozark, Alabama.
6 — Hypo-Allergenic
Commenting on the use of the oil by over 500 patients in 10 years, Dr. Hobday noted that there had never been any allergic reactions from the Emu Oil reported to him.
Dr. Hobday, Emu Oil: Reexamining A Natural Remedy with Today’s Technology. Dr. Zemtsov found Emu Oil to be highly penetrating, a good emulsifier, bacteriostatic, hypoallergenic, and is non-comedogenic. Dr. A. Zemtsov Texas Tech University. We found Emu Oil to be totally non-irritating, having excellent moisturizing properties, cosmetically pleasing texture, and low incidence of cosemedogenicity. Dr. Monica Gaddis Ball Memorial Hospital & Dr. Victor Montalvo-Lugo Ball Memorial Hospital.
7 — No known Side Effects
Research demonstrate that the Emu possesses a unique oil which bears closer scrutiny as a valuable commodity in a marketplace that favors natural, environmentally friendly products and demands effective relief with out side effects.
Emu Oil: Reexamining a Natural Remedy with Today’s Technology. It has been proven and documented that the claims about the oil – penetrating, emulsifying, non-comedogenic, non-irrigating, and highly moisturizing – are true. Dr. A. Zemtsov Texas Tech University. The majority of anti-inflammatory products on the market today produce side effects that are often so sever, that the consumer must weight their benefits against their side effects. However, in the case of Emu Oil, laboratory irritation test conducted by emu Ranchers Incorporated in 1991 revealed that even at full strength, Emu Oil generated irritation levels so low that the results were comparable to the of water. A pharmaceutical grade of Emu Oil possessing anti-inflammatory properties with minimal side effects could alleviate some of the most pressing concerns regarding the use of anti-inflammatories in the medical profession today. Kristi Tomlin, registered Pharmacist Blackwell, Oklahoma.
8 — No Odor/Will not Stain Clothing
The patient is more comfortable because I am not pulling on the skin, and there are no offensive odors such as you have with the conventional creams. Dr. Ron Westbrook Decatur, Texas
Any objectionable odor has significant negative potential. Pure oil has no objectionable odor, so these problems are the result of contamination of some sort. Proteins with water are the most likely sources. Therefore, efforts to generate oil free of any contamination are crucial. International Emu Oil Standards.
9 — Non-comedogenic
Dr. A. Zemtsov discovered the Emu Oil to be highly penetrating, a good emulsifier, bacteriostatic, hypoallergenic, and is non-comedogenic. Dr. A. Zemtsov Texas Tech University Non-comedogenic and an anti-irritant, Emu Oil is touted as a powerful moisturizer that penetrates deep into the skin. We believe Emu Oil’s fatty acids actually mirror what’s found in the skin’s top layer, so it readily accepts the oil. John Caputo CEO, New World Technology Comedogenicity testing of Emu Oil conducted at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston resulted in both observational and histological scores of less than 1. The interpretation of this score reveals that the oil is considered to indicate a substance that is unlikely to produce a comedogenic response during human use and is therefore considered to be a negative results. Emu Oil: Reexamining a Natural Remedy with Today’s Technology.
10 — Burn Pain and Scarring, Speeds Wound Healing
American Burn Association, Chicago Illinois, March 18 – 21, 1998
Title: “EVALUATION OF EMU OIL IN LUBRICATION AND TREATMENT OF HEALED BURN WOUNDS”
Authors and Degrees: M. Penturf, Ph.D., Rd; S. O’Banion, RPh, J. Griswold, MD
Institution, City and State: TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER, LUBBOCK, TEXAS
Emu Oil has been reported to have significant anti-inflammatory effects, and has been used both in cosmetics and therapeutic vehicles. This experiment was conducted to evaluate Emu Oil as a lubricant and an aid in reducing scar formation in healed burned wounds. Ten patients were evaluated in a randomized double blind study for a minimum of six months. Patients served as their own control by utilizing bilateral wound areas for application of Emu Oil and the placebo lubricant on independent sites respectively. Patients were instructed to apply both lotions daily on an as needed basis. During scheduled outpatients clinic visits the Vancouver Scar Assessment Scale evaluated patients’ wounds. Photos were taken each clinic visit. Patient’s days range from 195 to 385 days before discontinuation. All the patients were men, age ranging from 24-62 years of age. Per scar assessment, significant differences were noted in pigmentation and pliability (p<0.02). There were no differences noted in circularity and height of the healed wound, (p=0.08). Pictures were scored by a four person blinded panel on pigmentation, scar maturation and general health of the skin. Emu treated areas healed significantly better (p<0.02) than control in photo analysis. Statistics were calculated by analysis of variance, means were separated with the F-protected predicated difference test. The results of this pilot study are promising, however, additional research is needed to further elucidate any therapeutic qualities of this oil.
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Top Ten Benefits of Emu Oil
Top Ten Benefits of Emu Oil1 — Natural Anti-InflammatoryFrom clinical experience with Emu Oil, it becomes obvious that its two major actions were its anti-inflammatory properties and its ability to penetrate the skin.” Dr. G.R. Hobday, Australia.In addition to cosmetic uses, laboratory experiments and analysis of Emu Oil both in Australia and in the US have confirmed that Emu Oil has the ability to reduce inflammation of the joints. Emu Oil naturally contains a high level of linolenic acid (a substance know to ease muscle ache and joint pain) and oleic acid, which provides a local anti-inflammatory effect.” Dr. Margaret C. Craig-Schmidt, Associate Professor Dept. of Nutrition and Food Science Auburn University.”The majority of anti-inflammatory products on the market today produce side effects that are often so sever, that the consumer must weight their benefits against their side effects. However, in the case of Emu Oil, laboratory irritation test conducted by Emu Ranchers Incorporated (ERI) in 1991 revealed that even at full strength, Emu Oil generated irritation levels so low that the results were comparable to that of water.” Kristi Tomlin, Registered Pharmacist Blackwell, Oklahoma.A pharmaceutical grade of Emu Oil possessing anti-inflammatory properties with minimal side effects could alleviate some of the most pressing concerns regarding the use of anti-inflammatories in the medical profession today. Kristi Tomlin, Registered Pharmacist Blackwell, Oklahoma.2 — Natural Anti-bacterialDr. A. Zemtsov discovered the Emu Oil to be highly penetrating, a good Emulsifier, bacteriostatic (does not promote growth of bacteria), hypoallergenic (has a low irritating potential) and is non-comedonogenic (non-pore-clogging). Dr. A. Zemtsov Texas Tech University’s Health Science Center. Even current research on the oral consumption of bacterial-free Emu Oil has yet to reveal adverse side effects from oil use. Emu Oil: Reexamining a Natural Remedy with Today’s Technology, Pg. 15. Emu Oil has been frequently tested by government and private laboratories, indicating no steroids, hormones or even bacterial when suitably tested. Dr. G.R. Hobday AustraliaThe epithelial character of the oil is beneficial. The oil tends to be bacteriostatic, it keeps the wound moist and has transport capability which are big advantages. Dr. Matthew Zimmer.3 — Natural Anti-Fungal’Karen Davis of Outback Emuzing Ranch in British Columbia, Canada, a medical technologist specializing in biochemistry and microbiology, has tested the oil for anaerobic bacteria, fungus, yeast, salmonella, shigella, staphylococcus, streptococcus, and e. coli. No growth was reported for any of these bacteria or fungi. Emu Oil: Reexamining a Natural Remedy with Today’s TechnologyBefore recommending it, Dr. Hobday reveals that he had tests performed on the Emu Oil which included tests for bacteria content, and found that in it’s pure state it grew no organisms. Emu Oil: Reexamining a Natural Remedy with Today’s Technology.4 — Arthritis – Muscle & Joint Injury – Relieve the Pain!The dramatic results I have observed convinced me that this oil can make an impact on those suffering from arthritis. The advent of this oil has simply changed my practice. The research is impressive. The initial results and potential are so exciting. I’ve begun recommending the use of Emu Oil as part of a regular treatment program for patients. I’ve observed some very surprising results. The oil is very economical compared to regular arthritis medicines, and appears to have fewer side effects. It is very encouraging to find something that may help relieve the suffering associated with arthritis, and it’s very exciting to be a part of my project that may impact the quality of life for so many people. Dr. Thom Leahey, Arthritis Clinic, Ardmore, OK. Emu Oil has been used for many therapeutic uses including joint and muscle aches, sporting strains, skin care for dry, irritated skin, sunburn, windburn, and temporary relief of arthritic pain. Dr. Leigh Hopkins Using Emu Oil for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Emu Oil may act in an anti-inflammatory manner to relieve the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome similar to oral anti-inflammatory drugs as aspirin and Motrin. Dr. Leigh Hopkins Using Emu Oil for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Joint pain – reduced swelling, and stiffness most evident where the joint is close to the skin surface, such as hands, feet, knees and elbows. Emu Oil: Reexamining a Natural Remedy with Today’s Technology.5 — Unsurpassed PenetrationI’ve always been impressed with how well it goes on the skin and lubricates it without leaving a greasy film. Dr. William Code Duncan, British Columbia I learned that this (oleic) fatty acid is a known enhancer of transport of bio-active compounds through the skin. In other words the high presence of oleic acid in the Emu Oil may be one of the reasons that it is able to penetrate the skin to a large degree and at the same time be able to carry active compounds through the skin where they can have an effect in the body. Dr. Margaret Craig-Schmidt Auburn University. Dr. Zemtsov asked himself the question Why would a company want to use Emu Oil in their products? The proof is in the results, he says. It has been proven and documented that the claims about the oil – penetrating, emulsifying, non-comedogenic, non-irritating, and highly moisturizing – are true. Dr. Alexander Zemtsov Texas Tech University. Why does Emu Oil have such a penetrating effect? Because of the lack of phosphorus in our skin. Our skin is phospho-lipid deficient. In other words, there is no phosphorus in our skin. If you put anything on your skin that has phosphorus in it, our skin is “programmed” to keep it from penetrating. Any time you put anything on your skin that is phospho-lipid deficient, or has no phosphorus, it penetrates right through. Allen Strickland, Ozark, Alabama.6 — Hypo-AllergenicCommenting on the use of the oil by over 500 patients in 10 years, Dr. Hobday noted that there had never been any allergic reactions from the Emu Oil reported to him.Dr. Hobday, Emu Oil: Reexamining A Natural Remedy with Today’s Technology. Dr. Zemtsov found Emu Oil to be highly penetrating, a good emulsifier, bacteriostatic, hypoallergenic, and is non-comedogenic. Dr. A. Zemtsov Texas Tech University. We found Emu Oil to be totally non-irritating, having excellent moisturizing properties, cosmetically pleasing texture, and low incidence of cosemedogenicity. Dr. Monica Gaddis Ball Memorial Hospital & Dr. Victor Montalvo-Lugo Ball Memorial Hospital.7 — No known Side EffectsResearch demonstrate that the Emu possesses a unique oil which bears closer scrutiny as a valuable commodity in a marketplace that favors natural, environmentally friendly products and demands effective relief with out side effects.Emu Oil: Reexamining a Natural Remedy with Today’s Technology. It has been proven and documented that the claims about the oil – penetrating, emulsifying, non-comedogenic, non-irrigating, and highly moisturizing – are true. Dr. A. Zemtsov Texas Tech University. The majority of anti-inflammatory products on the market today produce side effects that are often so sever, that the consumer must weight their benefits against their side effects. However, in the case of Emu Oil, laboratory irritation test conducted by emu Ranchers Incorporated in 1991 revealed that even at full strength, Emu Oil generated irritation levels so low that the results were comparable to the of water. A pharmaceutical grade of Emu Oil possessing anti-inflammatory properties with minimal side effects could alleviate some of the most pressing concerns regarding the use of anti-inflammatories in the medical profession today. Kristi Tomlin, registered Pharmacist Blackwell, Oklahoma.8 — No Odor/Will not Stain ClothingThe patient is more comfortable because I am not pulling on the skin, and there are no offensive odors such as you have with the conventional creams. Dr. Ron Westbrook Decatur, TexasAny objectionable odor has significant negative potential. Pure oil has no objectionable odor, so these problems are the result of contamination of some sort. Proteins with water are the most likely sources. Therefore, efforts to generate oil free of any contamination are crucial. International Emu Oil Standards.

9 — Non-comedogenicDr. A. Zemtsov discovered the Emu Oil to be highly penetrating, a good emulsifier, bacteriostatic, hypoallergenic, and is non-comedogenic. Dr. A. Zemtsov Texas Tech University Non-comedogenic and an anti-irritant, Emu Oil is touted as a powerful moisturizer that penetrates deep into the skin. We believe Emu Oil’s fatty acids actually mirror what’s found in the skin’s top layer, so it readily accepts the oil. John Caputo CEO, New World Technology Comedogenicity testing of Emu Oil conducted at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston resulted in both observational and histological scores of less than 1. The interpretation of this score reveals that the oil is considered to indicate a substance that is unlikely to produce a comedogenic response during human use and is therefore considered to be a negative results. Emu Oil: Reexamining a Natural Remedy with Today’s Technology.10 — Burn Pain and Scarring, Speeds Wound HealingAmerican Burn Association, Chicago Illinois, March 18 – 21, 1998Title: “EVALUATION OF EMU OIL IN LUBRICATION AND TREATMENT OF HEALED BURN WOUNDS”Authors and Degrees: M. Penturf, Ph.D., Rd; S. O’Banion, RPh, J. Griswold, MDInstitution, City and State: TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER, LUBBOCK, TEXASEmu Oil has been reported to have significant anti-inflammatory effects, and has been used both in cosmetics and therapeutic vehicles. This experiment was conducted to evaluate Emu Oil as a lubricant and an aid in reducing scar formation in healed burned wounds. Ten patients were evaluated in a randomized double blind study for a minimum of six months. Patients served as their own control by utilizing bilateral wound areas for application of Emu Oil and the placebo lubricant on independent sites respectively. Patients were instructed to apply both lotions daily on an as needed basis. During scheduled outpatients clinic visits the Vancouver Scar Assessment Scale evaluated patients’ wounds. Photos were taken each clinic visit. Patient’s days range from 195 to 385 days before discontinuation. All the patients were men, age ranging from 24-62 years of age. Per scar assessment, significant differences were noted in pigmentation and pliability (p<0.02). There were no differences noted in circularity and height of the healed wound, (p=0.08). Pictures were scored by a four person blinded panel on pigmentation, scar maturation and general health of the skin. Emu treated areas healed significantly better (p<0.02) than control in photo analysis. Statistics were calculated by analysis of variance, means were separated with the F-protected predicated difference test. The results of this pilot study are promising, however, additional research is needed to further elucidate any therapeutic qualities of this oil.
The Ynotnatuaral range is available on www.natural-alternative-products.co.uk

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