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Emu Oil Provides Miracle Healing for the Skin!

Heather Suhr
Emu Oil Provides Miracle Healing for the Skin!
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For over thousands of years, the Australian Aborigines, have used emu oil as their secret ingredient for healing many ailments to reduce inflammation, heal wounds, and relieving pain from arthritis, muscle aches, and joint pain. (1)

Emu oil is a natural healing component that comes from the Emu bird, which is only found in Australia. It’s been found to be naturally safe and effective treatment. (2)

It’s rich in fatty acids that encourages amazing benefits to the skin

The rich sources of fatty acids within emu oil consist of linoleic, oleic, and stearic acids that provides one of the best component for skin penetrability.  Along with helping inflammation, arthritis, and other muscle pains, it is also known to help with wrinkles, burns, scars, eczema, dry skin, and other skin irritations. (3)

The 100% triglyceride fat lipids contained in emu oil is found similar to the top layer of the human skin and can be absorbed into the skin much faster than any other oils and creams. In one study, researchers found that when people applied emu oil onto the swelling area from inflammation, within 6 to 12 hours the swelling reduced! In addition, another study noted that emu oil helped with skin regeneration. (1)

Some more studies that support the healing benefits of emu oil

In one study, emu oil was shown to soothe inflammation within the chemotherapy-induced intestinal damage and reduce it significantly. The intestinal and mucosal lining greatly improved as soon as the oil was ingested. The researchers concluded that emu oil is a safe and viable nutritional supplement to treat intestinal disorders. (4)

In another study, hamsters were fed with either 10% coconut oil or refined emu and olive oils, along with 0.05% cholesterol over the course of 8 weeks. The researchers discovered that hamsters fed with a diet containing emu oil and olive oil was more effective at lowering cholesterol than coconut oil. (5)

Find top-quality emu oil for the best benefits

Not all emu oils are created equal. To reap the best benefit, opt out for brands that are triple-refined without any harmful chemicals and have an “A” grade rating. (3)

For dry skin, pat small amounts of emu oil on the affected area and smooth over the surrounding skin. A single drop will cover the entire back area of your hand, so you do not need very much. Neither do you need to intensely rub the oil in since it will absorb within minutes. (6)

For small wounds, burns, or open rashes, clean the affected area first and then drop emu oil right on the area or apply it with a clean swab or pad. Since emu oil is bacteriostatic, it’s vital that the affected area be thoroughly cleansed before applying it. (6)

Sources for this article include:
(1) undergroundhealthreporter.com
(2) www.google.com
(3) www.naturalnews.com
(4) www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
(5) www.sciencedirect.com
(6) www.allaboutemu.com

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