The History of Emu oil is much older than most of us think, the benefits of the oil were discovered quite some time ago. It has been used in Australian aborigine medicine for thousands of years, relieving aches and pains healing bruises, wounds and protecting their skin from the harsh wind and sun.
In the mid-1800s Emu oil began to be used outside Australia and New Zealand, as the aborigines introduced it to the first European explorers, where a common use was as a natural sun screen. Learning its wide benefits they would return home to their countries with the oil as a gift. By word of mouth the knowledge of emu oil quickly spread across Europe.
Towards the mid part of the 20th century, American farmers after learning about emu oil began to import and raise Emus for their meat and bi-products, many countries around the world followed. By the end of the century Emu oil began being used in sports and by athletic trainers as well as burn centres worldwide to heal skin tissue and reduce scarring. Medical use was becoming more common…
Although Emu oil has been sold in the UK since the end part of the 20th century it is quickly becoming more popular as we look for natural alternatives.
Today Emu oil is regulated by the Australian Emu Association to guarantee quality for its many uses. Emu meat is a delicacy quality meat sold in many places throughout the world. Lorem’s products are made from the highest form of Australian certified edible grade and cosmetic grade emu oil. There are some poor quality Emu oils available which will be darker in color, have an odour, and may contain peroxides that will degrade the product over time.