are you suffering with arthritis, back pain, fibromyalgia, migraines or aching knees?

Emu oil is natural anti-inflammatory that has been used for thousands of years to treat pain and damaged skin. Emu Oil is an all natural transdermal substance which penetrates the layers of your skin, providing relief for many ailments.

Emu Oil offers a powerful, natural alterative to prescribed medication for pain and skin relief. It is used in our Emu Balm, Capsules, Skin Relief & Body Salts. 

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“Fantastic Stuff!”

The Emu Balm is Fantastic stuff! I’ve used it for all types of aches and pains and it always does the job. Great price too considering how long it lasts

– Joe Gittens 

Great Product

I use the Emu Oil Skin relief all the time. On my sore hands, dry patches of skin, pimples, grazes and even in my hair. Great all-round beauty product.

– Natalie Weaving 

Great for Relaxation

I purchased some Body Salts from Lorem for my wife who has arthritis in her knees, she thinks its great and helps her to relax. She also uses the emu oil.

– Leonard Cook


Trusted by the professionals…

Lorem’s Emu Balm can now be found in over 200 chemists across the UK, and is used by many professionals such as;
  • Physiotherapists
  • Chiropractors
  • Osteopaths
  • Dance Teachers
  • Sports and Massage Therapists
  • Health & Beauty Salons
If you would like to add Emu balm to your product range to benefit your customers further – you can contact us for a trade pack or for any enquiries.


Emu Oil (Skin Relief)

Lorem’s Skin Relief Emu Oil is a blend of both Emu oil and Chamomile oil which can help soothe dry, tight and irritated skin. It has an ultra-low irritant value and is safe and kind to your skin, providing lasting hydration.

Dead Sea Salt

Dead Sea Salt is rich in minerals which include magnesium, and have a range of benefits for your skin while detoxifying your body and reducing inflammation. Lorem have introduced a Body Salts and Foots Salts which when added to warm water combine the benefits of Dead Sea Salt and essential oils known for their healing abilities.


The capsules may assist in reducing pain and inflammation with conditions such as arthritis, or digestive disorders such as IBS and Crohn’s Disease.

Heat Treatment

Heat treatment promotes blood flow to the painful area and helps muscles relax. Lorem have introduced a Microwaveable heatwrap which is a multi use aid to pain relief. Our heatwrap comes with a velcro strap to ensure that is stays where you need it, enabling you to be mobile while wearing and maintaining a correct posture.

Detox Patches

Detoxification has been used to boost energy levels, reduce inflammation, strengthen your immune system and improve mood. Our Detox foot patches are developed using Bamboo Vinegar Extract to support all phases of detoxification.


One of the common uses of Lorem’s products, are for the treatment of arthritis.

Arthritis is a term given for a group of conditions that cause muscle, joint and inflammation pain and stiffness throughout the body. Doctors traditionally treat the pain with anti-inflammatory medications and painkillers. However, an alternative treatment approach to pain relief is becoming increasingly popular.

Arthritis and similar joint conditions affect more than 10 million people across all ages, including children – Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis in the UK and is most common in adults above the age of 40.

It can also occur as the result of an injury, or be related to gout or rheumatoid arthritis diagnoses.

The most common areas affected by arthritis are

  • Knees
  • Hands
  • Hips
  • Spine

It can affect all of the above areas at once, making it incredibly difficult for people to live pain-free with this condition, Lorem’s products create relief from the everyday symptoms of arthritis and related conditions, to make your life that bit easier.


There are many symptoms of arthritis that Lorem’s products can help to treat, arthritis can cause:

  1. Joint pain and stiffness
  2. Inflammation in and around joints
  3. Restricted movement
  4. Warm red skin over the joint affected
  5. Weakness


Arthritic pain can change from day to day and is a condition which is prone to ‘flare up’s’. Although there is no common cure for arthritis there are ways to alleviate the pain. Often doctors will prescribe medication. However, on a long term basis, meditation can start to have adverse effects on the body.

Simple everyday changes can fall into place to help a person with arthritic conditions. These things include:

  • Making sure they get plenty of rest
  • Simple exercise movements to help prevent joints from stiffening
  • Regular small walks can help keep muscles and joints active and reduce swelling

Other alternative treatments are:

  • Applying natural topical creams to the affected area
  • Applying hot and cold therapy to the joints



According to the centre of Disease Control and Prevention (, there are many types of arthritis, and there is no cure for most. However, they say that ‘early diagnosis and correct management’ are important. This especially applies to those inflammatory types of arthritis.

There are many ways you can help relieve the symptoms and pain of Arthritis naturally, please see some listed below which we think can benefit YOU.

Maintain a healthy weight

Your weight can have a significant impact on how arthritis is affected within your body and the pain you may experience from this. Extra weight will cause more pressure on your joints, especially on the areas which are prone to a flare-up such as hips, knees, and feet.

Maintaining a healthy weight will help reduce any stress on your joints and therefore your mobility will be improved and pain decreased, this will also help prevent any future strain or damage on your joints.

Stay Active

Physical activity is vital for joint health and from this, it can help treat arthritis. Exercise is beneficial for strengthening the muscles around the joint and can offer added support and less strain. When looking to help treat generalised arthritis movement can help daily, but other activities such as taking a brisk walk, aerobic exercises such as swimming, jogging, and daily stretches help to improve a range of motion and flexibility.

Hot and Cold Therapy

Simple hot and cold treatments are an effective and easy way to help relieve the symptoms associated with arthritis. Warm showers or baths help to ease the stiffness in your joints, especially in the morning before going about your daily routine. The added help of such things like a hot water bottle or heated blankets can also help to keep your joints loose.

Cold treatments relieve swelling and inflammation around the joints. An ice pack or similar wrapped in a towel and applied to the required area for a short period of time (20 minutes) gives quick pain relief.

Massage therapy

Regular massaging of arthritic joints can help reduce pain and stiffness of the area and improve your flexibility as well and allowing consistent blood flow to circulate the area and therefore keeping that area healthy. Learn self-massage techniques to use regularly or book regular appointments with a trained therapist.

Getting the correct Fatty Acids in your diet

Everyone needs Omega 3 fatty acids to help create optimum health. These fats also help with arthritis as they help reduce inflammation and regulate the immune system. You can source Omega 3 fatty acids from foods such as nuts, seeds, fish (Salmon, Tuna and Sardines).  Omega 3 is also available to buy as a natural supplement and is found in our Emu Oil capsules.

Essential Oils

For thousands of years, essential oils have been used for their anti-inflammatory properties and have shown huge benefits in helping relieve the pain.

Essential oils and their components are rapidly absorbed through the skin and therefore reach the muscles and joints a lot sooner than some other topical creams. Some of the more beneficial essential oils used for the treatment of arthritis include ginger, turmeric, lavender, eucalyptus, rosemary and chamomile. You can find a lot of these in our balms and body salts.

Meditation and mindfulness

Mindfulness meditation is a meditation in which people try and focus their attention on their feelings and what their body is experiencing. Studies have shown that actively involving meditation into your daily life can help improve your immune system and reduce disease. Those who have practised meditation have shown a reduction in pain, early morning stiffness and reduced swollen and tender joints.

Deep Breathing Technique

Taking slow breaths can help calm and relax the stress receptors that tighten muscles and make the pain worse. When you focus on deep breathing techniques, you to take your brain away from the thoughts of pain.


Treating severe arthritis naturally can be a mind field. Determining which natural remedies work depends on the individual. For many, the application of natural topical creams which contain essential oils that offer anti-inflammatory relief is suitable to help relieve the pain.

For those suffering from immense pain, treatments such as physical therapy, acupuncture, and electrical nerve stimulation are an option.

Supplements such as glucosamine, omega 3 fatty acids, and Vitamin D are regularly bought to keep the body healthy. Other natural arthritis treatments include gels and creams which often include essential oils such as lavender, rosemary, lemongrass and eucalyptus. These hold anti-inflammatory properties and oils such as fish oil, emu oil, turmeric oil, and coconut oil.

Massage and physiotherapy are used to ease arthritis in knee joints. Daily self-massage techniques have positive effects in preventing further pain and inflammation. Visiting a physiotherapist can also help prevent and prolong further arthritic flare up’s. The use of ultrasound frequency and non-invasive treatment is often used over a period of weeks.