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Emu oil.

What is Emu oil?

Emu oil is derived from a large, flightless bird native to Australia.  While emu oil (Dromaius novaehollandiae) had been known to the aboriginal people of the Australian Outback for centuries as a treatment for many ailments, the benefits of emu oil was largely unknown in the West until 2001 when Dr. Robert Nicolosi, Professor and Director of the Center for Health & Disease Research at the University of Massachusetts – Lowell, released results of ongoing research in relation to emu oil.

How is it made?

After harvesting the emu, the fat is rendered and then refined to remove impurities.  The final result of this refinement process is the oil.  Emu oil is approximately 70% unsaturated fatty acids. Emu oil fatty acids are 50% Oleic fatty acid (Omega-9), 15 – 20% linoleic fatty acid (Omega-6), and 1 – 2% linolenic fatty acid (Omega-3).

How pure is our Emu oil?

Our source uses a custom designed all-natural process to refine the oil. Since emu oil is low on soaps (formed by free fatty acids), chemicals are not required.  Their process ensures a natural, stable, and odorless finished product that can be utilized in many applications in the OTC, dietary supplement, and cosmetic industries.

A little-known oil with incredible virtues!

Our Grade A Emu Oil is considered the industry benchmark and widely used in the personal care, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries.  It is most useful as a moisturizer, emollient and carrier oil for a wide range of applications due to its complete balance of essential fatty acids:  Omega 3, 6 and 9.  It is absorbed quickly and will not leave a greasy residue; just superior moisture and a silky feel.  Our Grade A Emu Oil is odorless and creamy white to pale yellow in color.

Whether you have a nasty scratch, a small incision, a new tattoo, or a form of skin rash, give Emu Oil a try and you’ll be amazed by the benefits.

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