Emu Oil ……………. The Real Thing!!!
So!!! Emu oil?? …………………. Hmmm, what is this? How do I know if it will work? How do I know if it’s the REAL THING?
These are questions we often get asked!
Used in Australian aborigine medicine for thousands of years it’s healing properties and uses for many illnesses and conditions soon became apparent and Emu Oil nowadays is becoming a very popular must have. Many health companies have looked to source Emu Oil and have it readily available for their customer. Is this another quick fix to making money for the health companies? Are they using the highest form of Emu Oil?
Like many other products we use we want the best but – How do you know that you are buying the REAL THING?
Pure Emu Oil is almost clear and odourless, it resembles olive oil with a fine consistency allowing it to be absorbed into the skin and not leave that oil texture you find with other oils. There are many poor quality Emu Oils being sold in today’s market, these appear to be darker in colour, have an odour, and may contain peroxides that will degrade the products over time.
Lorem Emu Oil is regulated by the Australian Emu Association to guarantee its quality for many uses. Lorem’s products are made from the highest form of Australian certified edible grade and cosmetic grade Emu Oil.
I’m guessing many people who haven’t used Emu Oil before would say ‘Why would I want to use that?
There was a time when petroleum jelly (Vaseline) was the skin saving product and someone would always say ‘ put a bit of Vaseline on it, and it will be fine’ but personally for me, this never worked! Why would I want to put something on my skin that does not absorb into the skin, does not moisturise beneath the skin’s surface and other than crisp me up on a sunny day has no other health benefits?
Emu Oil not only helps aid healing skin conditions and is excellent for conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and scars, it contains natural anti-inflammatory healing properties to help with the relief of arthritis, muscle and joint aches, fibromyalgia, back pain, gout and many other conditions and illnesses.
I am a firm believer in ‘don’t knock it till you’ve tried it’
SO …. Is it Safe I hear you ask?
Yes – Emu Oil is 100% safe to use if you are using a highly certified grade of Emu Oil. There are no founded side effects from using the oil. You can use the oil topically or internally but only certified human grade oils should be used for human consumption. Cosmetic graded oils are safe to use for your hair and skin!
What else do I need to know about Emu Oil?
Emu Oil has the following characteristics:
- It does not clog the pores
- It rapidly absorbs into the skin, penetrating all 7 layers
- It is hypo allergenic
- It helps fight inflammation
- It naturally contains Vitamin A and Vitamin E
- It also contains Omega’s 3, 6 and 9 along with Terpines
- It has the same low irritant values are plain water, so is safe to use on the skin and can be used around the eyes.
Like any other oil, Emu Oil will solidify in colder weathers but this does not affect its use, it will soon return to its former consistency.
So now you know the ins and outs of Emu oil, is this something you would use? Still undecided? Discover 50 ways you can use emu oil on our blog.
Disclaimer: None of the information on these pages should be construed as medical advice, but as a natural alternative. We are not doctors. Always consult your doctor for medical advice or about using our products if you are taking any medication or suffer with any conditions. We make no medical claims, expressed or implied.
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