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EMU OIL

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  • Emu Oil Description
  • Emu Oil Uses, Health Benefits & Scientific Evidence
  • Emu Oil Dosage Information
  • Emu Oil Safety, Cautions & Interactions
  • Emu Oil Supplements & Products




  • emu introduction


    EMU OIL DESCRIPTION

    A BIG BIRD WITH SKIN CARE BENEFITS

    The Emu (Dromalus Novae Hollandiae) is the world's second-largest bird, after the ostrich. Most Emus live in small flocks, and breed in pairs. They can travel hundreds of miles in search of food. Emus are good runners, reaching speeds of up to 30 mph if alarmed. The Emu have stunted wings, thus lacking the ability to fly like other birds. They possess drooping back and tail feathers and three toes on each foot.

    emu birds


    A NATURAL SKIN MOISTURIZER & HEALER

    The Aboriginal people of Australia have used Emu Oil for centuries. The oil was collected by either hanging the Emu Skin from a tree or wrapping it around an affected area and allowing the heat of the sun to liquify the Emu fat to enhance absorption or penetration into the skin.

    Emu Oil is a natural food by-product that is obtained from the body fat of the Emu bird. When an Emu birdís healthy red meat is processed, the fat is separated and refined into an all natural oil. Emu Oil has natural anti-inflammatory and healing properties and offers a complete source of essential fatty acids such as omega 3, 6, 9 fatty acids, which make Emu Oil a powerful skin moisturizer as well as a strong anti-inflammatory and anti-aging agent. This oil also has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties that support the natural healing process. It is non-comedogenic so it will not clog your skin pores, and it is hypoallergenic.

    emu oil colors


    EMU OIL COLOR (AEA Standards)

    In the Emu Oil photos above, the colors described are from the laboratory's Certificate Of Analysis. The Pearl White Emu Oil is the normal color ad the most desirable of the three. However, all three Emu Oil samples are well within the AEA (American Emu Association) oil standards.

    Many things can affect the color of Emu Oil. The main factor that affects color is almost always in the processing. Proper processing is slow, tedious, and difficult. Experience is critical and is almost always the difference in high quality Emu Oil.
    • Pearl-White: In the picture above, the pearl-white came out of the refinery perfect, which is almost ALWAYS the case (with properly processed product). Pearl-White Emu Oil - Grade A is the preferred oil choice.
    • Yellow: In the case of the center picture above, yellow, the boiler at the refinery shut off during refining and caused the "less than satisfactory" color.
    • Brown: In the case of the picture at the right above, brown, there was a "rolling blackout" by the power company which shut down the refinery for 30 minutes during refining.

    emu oil - clear


    CLEAR EMU OIL

  • Clear: The clear Emu Oil (above) is produced in a couple of ways. The unrefined sample above, a rendered oil, has been left to stand for a couple of days and it has separated. The top half is clear. It looks superior, but it is not even refined. Clear Emu Oil can be produced in the refinery by a process called "winterizing." It is very expensive and does not produce a superior Emu Oil. It only looks superior because it is clear. Clear Emu Oil should be priced at twice the cost of regularly refined Emu Oil. If it is not, it has not been "winterized." Regular, normally refined Emu Oil is just as effective and safe.

    There are many factors that can affect the color of Emu Oil, and in the situations above (excluding the clear), the laboratory Certificate Of Analysis would be well within the standard. If the color of the oil is caused by processing errors, the result always shows in the laboratory report (Certificate Of Analysis - COA).

    The test results should be saved from every batch that have been refined. This way, if you prefer you can simply phone or contact the refining company and they can verify the test results for you, or email you the laboratory COA (Certificate Of Analysis) from that batch. You can then be confident the Emu Oil you will receive is absolutely fresh and far exceeds the standards set by the American Emu Association. When you purchase Emu Oil, just verify that it meets the standards set by the AEA. You can see the AEA seal of approval right from the refinery on the Emu Oil product.

    EMU OIL REFINERY

    When you purchase Emu Oil, ask where they get it. Most Emus processed come from Emu farms, raised until the age of 12 to 14 months for their heart-healthy meat and other products. At that time there is a 3 to 4 inch layer of fat (approximately 20 to 35 pounds) along the bird's back between the skin and the muscle. This fat is rendered and refined.

    Refineries get phone calls regularly from people who want to buy their Emu Oil products wholesale in bulk so they can bottle it and sell it retail. They have no input at all into the end product itself or what the true quality really is.

    When Emu Oil is properly refined it should be lab tested to verify that it meets or exceeds the oil standards which are set by the American Emu Association (AEA). Oil that meets these standards is "Grade A" Emu Oil and suitable for any application you desire. When you purchase emu oil, just verify that it meets the standards set by the AEA. You can see the AEA seal of approval right from the refinery on the emu oil container.

    It should be noted that a sample of Emu Oil from two completely different Emu Oil producers can both meet AEA requirements and still have a huge difference in quality. Also, AEA standards are not difficult to meet with ordinary refining methods, so all the "Organically Refined" - "Pharmaceutical Grade" - "Molecularly Distilled" - "Cosmetic Grade" processes are unrealistic and unnecessary. Actually, the consumable oils we have all used every day for our entire lives is refined with ordinary refining methods and equipment and refining emu oil that same way easily produces a quality Emu Oil that is well within American Emu Association (AEA) standards.
    • Organically Refined: As long as no harsh chemicals are used, every producer can claim "organically refined". The starting product is what needs to be "Organic." If you "organically refine" soured milk, when you get through, you still have soured milk!

    • Pharmaceutical Grade: If Emu Oil or any consumable oil is properly refined, it could be called "Pharmaceutical Grade," which means it is ingestible.

    • Cosmetic Grade: All refined oils are "Cosmetic Grade."

    • Molecularly Distilled: The term, Molecularly Distilled sounds better than other refining methods, but molecular distillation is basically for heat sensitive oils, especially fish oil, where you can perform the operation under high vacuum and lower temperature. Fish oil contains very highly sensitive fats such as EPA and DHA and needs to be handled or purified carefully. Molecular distillation therefore is ideal for fish oil. Emu Oil products, however, is very stable compared to fish oil so emu oil does not need to be molecularly distilled.

    Molecular distilling was adopted during World War II. Thousands of gallons of engine oil (for vehicles, airplanes, ships, etc) could be "recycled" with molecular distillation because it removes metal. Fish oil is molecularly distilled to remove mercury, etc., and that is the only reason it is used. Emu oil that is 'molecularly distilled' should be much more expensive (but it is not on the Internet). Traditionally refined Emu Oil produces a quality Emu Oil that is well within American Emu Association (AEA) standards and suitable for any application you desire. Chemicals Should NEVER Be Used To Refine Emu Oil! Chemicals should NEVER be used in refining to "kill" the impurities in oil of any kind. Not only would you still get the impurities (they are just unable to grow and make the oil get rancid), but you get the chemicals - a very undesirable choice.

    PROPER REFINING METHOD: The oil is pressed at high pressure through a series of filters at the correct temperature. Then the oil is spun at high speed in a centrifuge at the correct temperature to remove moisture. A vacuum is also drawn on the oil for deodorization. The oil is then tested in the laboratory to insure it meets the AEA oil standards.

    This technology is used most widely in food processing and has the longest history at being the most effective and efficient at producing the safest product. The Vacuum Deodorizer brings the oil to proper temperatures to insure sterilization. Being from an animal source, it is very important that Emu Oil is brought up to an acceptible temperature for a period of time to insure that any viruses, infections or bacterian that may have been picked up at the meat processing plant or other sources is removed.

    Through the final process, the finished Emu Oil is handled specially to ensure a creamy product with no separation. The whole process is done under GMP (General Manufacturing Practices) for food products. Often there is a small lab on site to perform process testing. This enables the refinery to have a more consistent product by being able to adjust the process to the characteristics of the oil

    LAB TESTING EMU OIL: Lab testing is really a quick and fundamental procedure for any consumable oil. In basic terms, a sample of oil is mixed with different chemicals to produce certain colors. If the color is correct after mixing, the oil meets the standards. A chart with various shades of the necessary colors gives the number results. It is possible and easy to find all sorts of "problems" in any product on the market with enough lab testing. Again, ordinary refining methods produce Grade A Emu Oil that is absolutely suitable for any application you desire including orally ingesting the oil (a common, beneficial practice). The refining system is closed from start to finish. There is no stopping place you could define as "pharmaceutical" or "cosmetic", etc.

    There are limited chemical data on Emu Oil The International Emu Oil Standards state that Emu Oil contains myristic, palmitic, palmitoleic, stearic, oleic, elaidic, linoleic, linolenic, and eicosenoic fatty acids. Oleic acid is the main fatty acid.


    Emu Oil refining information obtained from Emu Oil Depot. 23853 C.R. 114, Iola, Texas 77861 (1-877-968-6878).




    EMU OIL USES, HEALTH BENEFITS, & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    AN ANTI-INFLAMMATORY

    Historically, Emu Oil has been primarily used topically for its anti-inflammatory effects, although there are limited clinical data available to fully support this use. Emu oil was used medicinally to treat muscle and joint problems (ie, painful joints, swollen muscles) and a variety of skin conditions (ie, burns, eczema). Other purported medicinal uses include psoriasis and rheumatoid arthritis. The oil has also been used for cooking as well as for keeping leather riding tackle supple.

    Today, Emu Oil has similar uses. Emu Oil enhances the blood supply to the applied area which increases circulation. Emu Oil can be used to help treat acne, psoriasis, minor burns, minor wound care, diabetes, arthritis, sports injuries, lyme disease, neuropathy, carpal tunnel syndrome, attention deficit disorder, and minor pains. The Emu Producers International Cooperative (EPIC) oil refinery produces 5000 pounds of oil daily for commercial use in cosmetics such as eye creams, moisturizers, and hair products.

    HERBS & EMU OIL

    Emu Oil is often combined with the following herbs and supplements in herbal oils and creams to enhance healing processes and help reduce inflammation.
      Arnica: Arnica herb is commonly called leopard's bane. Arnica works by stimulating the activity of white blood cells that perform much of the digestion of congested blood, and by dispersing trapped, disorganized fluids from bumped and bruised tissue, joints and muscles. This homeopathic medicine has been used for hundreds of years to reduce inflammation and decrease pain.

      Cayenne (Capsicum): Cayenne is a genus of plants which produce fruit known as chili peppers. Seeds from the chili peppers contain a compound called Capsaicin which causes a warming sensation. Capsaicin works by depleting your nerve cells of a chemical called substance P, which is important for sending pain messages from trauma, arthritis and muscle or cartilage problems to your brain. Reduce substance P and reduce the pain signal.

      Calendula Marigold: Calendula extract contains a number of bioactive steroid-like compounds which have anti-inflammatory properties. A recent report indicated that pro-inflammatory mediators were inhibited by these compounds. The report further went on to report that these were attractive molecules to study as a potential anti-arthritic agent.

      MSM (Methyl-Sulfonyl-methane): MSM is an organic and naturally occurring form of sulfur. It is an essential mineral meaning one which your body cannot produce and must be brought in through diet. MSM plays an important role in tissue structure and cell permeability allowing oxygen into the cell and toxins out.

      White Willow Bark: White Willow contains salicylic acid which lowers the body's levels of prostaglandins, hormone like compounds that can cause aches, pain, and inflammation.

      Witch Hazel: Witch Hazel extract has long used by Native Americans to relieve swelling and pain. Recent studies indicated that compounds isolated from witch hazel inhibited inflammatory mediators. When these "mediator compounds" were quelled, so was inflammation.

    EMU OIL SKIN BENEFITS

  • Emu Oil will not irritate even the most sensitive skin.
  • Emu Oil does not clog pores, goes on light and absorbs immediately.
  • Emu Oil hydrates and super-oxygenates to thicken skin and help hold moisture.
  • Emu Oil plumps up the skin's underlying layer reducing fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Emu Oil relieves itching and inflammation.
  • Emu Oil calms redness and lightens age spots.
  • Emu Oil hastens healing and reduces scarring.


  • EMU OIL FATTY ACID COMPOSITION

    Approximately 70 percent of the fatty acids in emu fat are unsaturated - Omega 3, 6 and 9. This composition is consistent with current recommendations for a "heart healthy" diet. Studies and testimonial have also shown these Omega Fatty Acids to lower bad cholesterol and triglyceride levels while increasing good cholesterol; reduce inflammation in body tissue and joints; improve the immune system and assist the body with many functions.

    The monounsaturated fatty acid, oleic acid (Omega 9) is the major fatty acid in Emu Oil. This fatty acid is a known enhancer for transport of bioactive compounds into the skin, and thus the ability to be absorbed quickly and penetrate deeply when applied topically. The overall composition of emu oil is very similar to our skin's own fatty acid composition.

    COMPOSITION OF LIPIDS IN EMU OIL vs HUMAN SKIN
    Fatty Acid
    Emu Oil
    Human Skin
    Myristic
    0.4
    2.1
    Palmitic
    22.0
    20.2
    Stearic
    9.6
    11.2
    Palmitoleic
    3.5
    3.8
    Oleic
    47.4
    30.8
    Linoleic
    15.2
    15.1
    Linolenic
    0.9
    0.3


    SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    Nearly all clinical and scientific studies focus on the anti-inflammatory properties of Emu Oil.

    Animal Studies: The anti-inflammatory activities of five different preparations of Emu Oil were examined in Wistar rats. The oils came from birds raised in different habitats. Adjuvant arthritis was induced by caudal injection of a mixture of M.tuberculosis in squalane. The rear paw diameters were measured for signs of inflammation on days 10 and 14. The oil mixtures were applied at the rate of 2 mL/kg on days 10 through 13. Topical application of three of the oil preparations reduced the increase in paw diameter caused by arthritis inflammation over the treatment period. The topical applications of two of the oils had effects comparable to the oral administration of ibuprofen (40 mg/kg). A similar study which generated data over a 24-month period provides further evidence of anti-inflammatory activity.

    Another study examined the efficacy of Emu Oil lotion, 100-percent Emu Oil, furasin, polysporin, hydrocortisone 1-percent ointment, and no ointment (control) on full-thickness skin defects in rodents after surgery. Six days postoperatively, wound contraction and infiltration of epithelialized and granulation tissue were assessed; results indicated a 2-fold promotion (P < 0.05) of wound contraction, epithelialization, and infiltration of organized granulation tissue with emu oil lotion only.

    Topically applied Emu Oil reduced the severity of acute auricular inflammation in mice induced by croton oil. The magnitude of swelling and degree of edema were reduced in mice treated with emu oil as compared with controls.

    Clinical Data: Emu Oil was evaluated as a lubricant and aid in reducing scar formation in healed burns. Ten male patients, ranging from 24 to 62 years of age, were evaluated over a 6-month period in a randomized, double-blinded study. Patients were instructed to apply the placebo or Emu Oil lubricant daily on independent sites as needed. Wound areas treated with Emu Oil healed significantly better ( P <0.02) than the control in photo analysis.


    RESEARCH

    1. Snowden JM, Whitehouse MW. Anti-inflammatory activity of emu oils in rats. Inflammopharmacology . 1997;5:127-132.
    2. Hobday GR. Emu oil. Australian Emu . July/August 1994.
    3. Rokicki R. The great emu comeback. Mother Earth News. October/November 2000:16-17.
    4. American Emu Association. AEA Oil Standards Team. International Emu Oil Standards. Revision 2. May 1998. Minnaar M. Introduction to emu oil: Fats and oils in human health. In: Minnaar P, Minnaar M, Minnaar P. The Emu Farmers Handbook . Vol 1. Groveton, TX: Myoni Publishing Co; 1997.
    5. Minnaar M. Introduction to emu oil: fats and oils in human health. In: Minnaar P, Minnaar M, Minnaar P. The Emu Farmers Handbook . Vol 1. Groveton, TX: Myoni Publishing Co.; 1997.
    6. Whitehouse MW, Turner AG, Davis CKC, Roberts MS. Emu oil(s): A source of non-toxic anti-inflammatory agents in aboriginal medicine. Inflammopharmacology . 1998;6:1-7.
    7. Politis MJ, Dmytrowich A. Promotion of second intention wound healing by emu oil lotion: comparative results with furasin, polysporin, and cortisone. Plast Reconstr Surg . 1998;102:2404-2407.
    8. Lopez A, Sims DE, Ablett RF, et al. Effect of emu oil on auricular inflammation induced with croton oil in mice. Am J Vet Res . 1999;60:1558-1561.
    9. Yoganathan S, Nicolosi R, Wilson T, et al. Antagonism of croton oil inflammation by topical emu oil in CD-1 mice. Lipids . 2003;38:603-607.
    10. Penturf M, O'Bannon S, Griswold J. Evaluation of emu oil in lubrication and treatment of healed burned wounds. Presented at: Annual Meeting of the American Burn Association ; March 18-21, 1998; Chicago, IL.





    EMU OIL DOSAGE INFORMATION

    FOR EXTERNAL USES

    Emu Oil comes in various forms and is an ingredient in many products. For best results, read and follow product label directions.

    General dosage regimens include topical application two to three times daily to the affected site.

    For dry skin and mild rashes a small amount of pure Emu Oil can be applied directly to the area and lightly spread over the surrounding skin. A drop of Emu Oil will cover an area the size of the back of your hand. You do not need to rub Emu Oil in as it will absorb within a few minutes. Apply as needed.

    For small wounds, burns and open rashes remember that fully refined Emu Oil is bacteriostatic (inhibits growth and reproduction of bacteria without killing them). You must be certain that the area is clean first. Then pure Emu Oil can be introduced by dropping right on the area or by applying it with a clean swab or applicator.





    EMU OIL SAFETY, CAUTIONS, & INTERACTIONS

    SAFETY CONCERNS

    There are no known safety issues or interactions associated with using Emu Oil. Contraindications have not yet been identified. There is limited clinical toxicology data on Emu Oil in the scientific literature, and not toxicities have been reported.

    If you are taking any blood thinners like Coumadin, you should be aware that essential fatty acids can thin the blood as well as reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levels. At the dosages recommended, the results will not be sudden, but you will want to discuss this information with your health care provider so you can be monitored for changes and possibly a decrease in other medications over time.

    POSITIVE SIDE EFFECTS OF ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS

  • Improved skin, nail and hair condition.
  • Reduced constipation.
  • Increased energy levels.
  • Improved liver, kidney and gland function.
  • Improved behavioral changes.
  • Strengthened immune system resulting in fewer infections and illnesses and increased wound healing.
  • Improved digestive functions - reduced inflammation, bloating, allergies, autoimmune conditions and other problems related to "leaky gut".
  • Improved nerve function Ė reducing tingling in arms and legs.
  • Improved vision.
  • Higher insulin resistance.
  • Decreased risk of weight problems.
  • Decreased cancer risk.
  • Decreased cardiovascular risk.
  • Improved ability to cope with stress.
  • Increased lung function and tissue oxidation.


  • Information regarding safety and efficacy in pregnancy and lactation is lacking. Avoid use as a precautionary measure.

    AEA CERTIFICATION

    The American Emu Association created a certification program which invites oil processors to submit a 3rd party lab analysis for each batch of fully refined oil to ensure composition, purity and stability. For batch approval to be granted analysis must fall within certain pre-established guidelines including stringent specifications for moisture (water), peroxide and free fatty acids.

    These specifications ensure the emu oil is 100% pure (uncut) and grants a level of safety for the consumer. This level of refining will guarantee oil with a long shelf life of 4 to 5 years; free of bacteria, hormones, toxic metals, pesticides, viruses and infections.

    Once approved a batch number is assigned which must be stamped or printed on each individual bottle or label which carries the AEA Certified logo. Always look for the AEA Certified Seal and batch number and be wary of imposters. The oilís batch analysis and information on the Certification program are available for customer review upon request.





    EMU OIL PRODUCTS

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    EMU OIL PRODUCTS

    Emu Oil is often called the "Wonder from Down Under", the Australian Aboriginies have known for centuries that both the meat and oil of the emu possess special properties which explain its role as a traditional Aboriginal food and medicine and used for a variety of skin and muscle conditions. Aboriginal people would massage emu oil into the skin to promote healing of sun dried skin, bruises and burns. Topical application of emu oil will moisturize skin while providing the body with elements known to produce an anti-inflammatory action to assist in the healing of skin and muscle conditions. Emu oil testing reveals a unique fatty acid composition, including Omega 3 and 6 essential fatty acids (EFAs), that can be readily absorbed through the atural skin barrier.

    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: Emu Oil, Certified Pure Grade A, Extra Strength, Emu Gold, 750 mg, 0.5 oz. (63070)
    100% pure, AEA certified emu oil beneficial for moisturizing, inflammation, pain, and skin conditions without side effects.
    HerbsPro: Emu Oil, Certified Pure Grade A, Extra Strength, Emu Gold, 750 mg, 1 oz. (63071)
    100% pure, AEA certified emu oil beneficial for moisturizing, inflammation, pain, and skin conditions without side effects.
    HerbsPro: Emu Oil, Thunder Ridge Emu, 2 oz. (83216)
    HerbsPro: Emu Oil, 100% Pure, BNG Enterprises, 2 oz. (51085)
    Natural Treasure's Emu Oil is triple refined, food-grade, 100% pure Emu Oil made in the USA. Emu Oil is a nutritive healing and anti-aging agent used for relieving sore joints, minor sprains and bruises, and for the healing of burns, scars and abrasions.
    HerbsPro: Emu Oil, Thunder Ridge Emu, 4 oz. (110727)
    HerbsPro: Emu Oil, Certified Pure Grade A, Extra Strength, Emu Gold, 750 mg, 4 oz. (63074)
    100% pure, AEA certified emu oil beneficial for moisturizing, inflammation, pain, and skin conditions without side effects.
    HerbsPro: Emu Oil, Certified Pure Grade A, Extra Strength, Emu Gold, 750 mg, 8 oz. (63075)
    100% pure, AEA certified emu oil beneficial for moisturizing, inflammation, pain, and skin conditions without side effects.
    HerbsPro: Emu Oil Cream With MSM, Aloe & Vitamin C, BNG Enterprises, 4 oz. (51084)
    Emu Oil Topical Cream with MSM for Sore Joints, Minor Sprains, Bruises, Scars, Burns, Abrasions Topical Analgesic Using Menthol with Lignisul MSM & Emu Oil, Aloe Vera and Vitamin C Emu Oil cream with added benefits of Aloe, MSM, and Vitamin C.
    HerbsPro: Ultra Blue With MSM & Emu Oil Topical Cream, BNG Enterprises, 4 oz. (51541)
    Herbal Ultra Blue with MSM & Emu Oil provides the healing power of Emu Oil and MSM in a fast-acting cream. Blue stuff contains MSM & Emu Oil, Aloe Vera, and Vitamin C for Arthritis, Muscle Strains and Sprains, Backache, and Tendonitis. Pure emu oil unlocks the astounding power of Herbal Ultra Blue. Medicinal claims for emu oil can not be made in the United States, but the Australia Dept. of Health classifies Emu Oil as a pharmaceutical product and it is registered in their Therapeutic Good's Registry. Herbal Ultra Blue with MSM & Emu Oil Emu Oil Research concludes: Emu oil penetrates quickly to carry active compounds through the skin into the body. Emu oil reduces joint pain and inflammation. Emu oil contains high levels of linoleic acid, known to relieve arthritic pain. Emu oil has anti-inflammatory properties. Emu oil contains three essential fatty acids (Omega 3, 6, and 9) vital for promoting healthy skin and cell reproduction. Emu oil increases skin layer thickness by up to 50 per cent as well as decreasing wrinkles and age spots. Emu oil promotes faster healing for burn victims with reduced pain and scarring. Emu oil provides essential fatty acids that may help correct body fats levels and reduce cholesterol.
    HerbsPro: Original Super Strength Pain Relieving Cream With Emu Oil, Glucosamine & MSM, Blue-Emu, 4 oz. (97399)
    An odorless, non-greasy, fast-acting, and deep-penetrating topical formula. This cream combines the effective ingredients of Glucosamine and MSM with Aloe Vera and 7-percent pure emu oil. Deep penetrating. Soothing formula. For back, neck, hips, knees, shoulders, legs, arms, wrists, hands, elbows - anywhere it hurts!
    HerbsPro: Emu Unscented Bar Soap, Thunder Ridge Emu, 4 oz. (86953)
    HerbsPro: Emu Oil Moisturizing Cleasing Bar Soap, Scented, Thunder Ridge Emu, 4 oz. (86952)
    Developed for people with sensitive or chronic skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, dry winter skin, and rosacea. Thunder Ridge Emu Oil Bar Soap is 100% natural - even the scent. Guaranteed to not dry your skin.


    KALYX PRODUCTS

    Kalyx: Emu Oil, Thunder Ridge, 2 fl oz: HF
    Thunder Ridge Emu Oil, 100% natural and refined to an edible grade, has anti-aging moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties that expedite healing of irritating skin conditions, burns, stiff joints and muscles.
    Kalyx: Pure Emu Oil, 100% Pure, B.N.G. Natural Treasures, 2 fl oz: HF
    Kalyx: Emu Oil Tropical Cream, B.N.G. Natural Treasures, 4 oz: HF
    Topical Cream with MSM and Emu Oil, Aloe Vera, and Vitamin C is used sore joints, minor sprains, bruises, scars, burns, and abrasions.
    Kalyx: Emu Oil Bar Soap, Unscented, Thunder Ridge, 4 oz: HF
    Moisturizing Cleansing Bar With 100% Pure Emu Oil Conditioning, Non-Irritating and Hypo-Allergenic Made to Moisturize and Soothe Dry, Irritated Skin. Developed for people with sensitive or chronic skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and rosacea, Thunder Ridge Emu Oil Bar Soap is 100% natural, even the scent. Guaranteed to not dry your skin.
    Kalyx: Emu Oil, Thunder Ridge, 4 fl oz: HF
    The Oil That Heals. Thunder Ridge Emu Oil, 100% natural and refined to an edible grade, has anti-aging, moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties that expedite healing of irritating skin conditions, burns, stiff joints and muscles.
    Kalyx: Emu Oil Liquid Omega 3-6-9, Nutra Origin, 4 fl oz: HF
    Kalyx: Emu Oil, Nutra Origin, High Potency Omega 3-6-9, 3000 mg, 90 Softgels: HF
    Pure Emu OIl is rich in Omega Fatty Acids 3, 6, & 9. Pure Emu Oil has 34 mg Omega-3, 445 mg Omega-6, and 1421 mg Omega-9. Molecularity distilled ultra-perified from the leader in Omega-3 research. High potency, Emu Oil is the very pinnacle in purity and potency for superior health benefits. From the leader in Omega-3 research, it is the choice for those who desire the best. NutraOrigin Emu Oil contains triglycerides which provide a balanced source of fatty acids including the essential fatty acids, linolenic acid (Omega-3) and linoleic acid (Omega-6). Essential fatty acids must be obtained from the diet. They are vital to a healthy body. May aid in the relief of symptoms associated with ulcers, colitis and crohns.


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