How Could They Use the Same Remedy for Smoother, Healthier Skin AND Pain-Free Muscles and Joints?
For thousands of years Australian Aborigines have used one natural ingredient that would require an entire medicine chest today. This ingredient, native to Australia, has been successful in reducing the pain, itching, and infl ammation of insect bites, treating sunburns, healing wounds, and relieving pain from muscle aches and joints.
This Secret Natural Ingredient is Emu Oil
The oil comes from the emu bird. The bird is a hardy native of Australia that roamed the outback nearly 80 million years ago and still exists today. It has managed to thrive in the extreme temperatures of the Australian outback.
Emu oil is excellent for anyone with sensitive skin or allergies. It is a natural, non-toxic, skin care product gentle enough for all skin types from babies to the elderly. It does not clog skin pores and is non-irritating.
Throughout the world reports are confi rming that it is being commonly used for burns, cuts, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, dry and aging skin, acne, age spots, wrinkles, burns, scars, chapped lips, skin rashes and a long list of other irritations.
Doctors are prescribing it to burn patients. Plastic surgeons use it for quicker healing. Tattoo parlors use it to soothe the skin. Dentists have added it to oral care for gingivitis and periodontal disease. Massage therapists use it for soothing their patients with gout, shingles, headaches and arthritis. Oncologists are recommending it to their patients for hair and nail loss after chemotherapy.
People have used emu oil with other medicines, cosmetics and skin conditioners, and recently an entire industry has emerged with emu oil shampoos, supplements and cell rejuvenation lotions and creams, thanks to its amazing results. Displaying anti-infl ammatory properties and helping to combat the effects of the aging process, emu oil has been shown to thicken the skin of the elderly by as much as 12%.
Medical specialists continue discovering the many benefi ts of emu oil and are adapting it into their treatment techniques for relieving the symptoms of joint aches, preventing scars, and treating extra dry skin conditions, and also in dental hygiene and, in effect, reversing the condition of gum disease and treating periodontal conditions by simply adding emu oil to toothpaste and brushing regimens.
Anti-inﬂammatory Beneﬁts of Emu Oil
Studies Prove What the Reports are Saying
The Forsyth Institute in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, did a study in 2003 on Emu oil and its anti-infl ammatory properties. Results of the study showed that Emu oil contributes to a reduction in:
While there have been advancements in pharmaceuticals that treat the symptoms of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and atherosclerosis, until recently there has been very little research into the cause.
Research currently underway in Europe and the US, show a condition known as chronic infl ammation may be the root cause of these conditions, along with many others including:
Multiple forms of arthritis
Wouldn’t it be fantastic if there was a simpler way of warding off disease naturally?
Understanding Inﬂammation & Remedies
There are two distinct types of inflammation:
Acute inﬂammationis the body’s natural response to injury or infection. The swelling, heat, and redness around a splinter or paper cut are examples of acute inflammation doing its job; your body’s immune system responding to a foreign invader, fending off disease-causing bacteria, viruses and parasites. The heat and white blood cells lay waste to attackers, as well as destroying any tissues that may be infected.
Chronic inﬂammation occurs when this immune response doesn’t shut down on cue, once the invaders have been destroyed. Instead, our bodies turn on themselves, with after effects that seem to cause a wide variety of other problems and conditions. So with this revelation, there may be a much simpler way of preventing common diseases!
Wouldn’t it be incredible if, instead of different treatments for heart disease, Alzheimer’s and colon cancer for example, there might be a single, infl ammation-reducing remedy to help prevent all three?
An Abundant Source of Anti-Oxidants
Emu oil naturally contains two of the most powerful anti-oxidants, vitamins A and E. These two antioxidants fight skin-damaging free radicals that contribute to wrinkles. When used as a topical, Emu oil delivers anti-oxidant vitamins A and E directly to the skin where it penetrates and contributes to healthy skin.
A Rich Source of Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs)
According to the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University, a large body of scientific research suggests that higher dietary omega-3 fatty acid intakes are associated with:
Reductions in cardiovascular disease risk
Decreasing the risk of myocardial infarction (heart attack)
Decreasing joint tenderness
EFAs are an integral part of the daily allowance of nutrients we need but EFAs can’t be manufactured by the body. Instead, they must be ingested as a part of our daily diet.
Emu oil is naturally rich in omega-3 and omega-6. With these two EFAs, the body can produce all the other EFAs it needs.
Emu oil also contains:
Linoleic acid, which helps to ease muscle aches and joint pain
Oleic acid, a proven skin cell regenerator and anti-wrinkle agent
Sapogens, proven skin softeners
Terpines, known antiseptics
“This Product Is Fantastic! I have used this product for years. I could not get along with out it. It is great to heal cuts, make dry skin go away, also use it on my feet that have fungus under nails. It is an exceptionally good product and I would not hesitate to to use it on any thing.” ~ BLUESPRING Customer
Why Should You Use Emu Oil?
Emu oil is an amazing and versatile product. It can be used internally and externally, it can be used anywhere on your body and not cause discomfort or a reaction, and it is so safe you can use it on the fragile elderly or the youngest newborn with no ill-effects. Pregnant women love it to avoid stretch marks.
Because it absorbs so quickly and deeply, emu oil is also the perfect carrier for other therapeutic ingredients. Simply by combining something with Emu oil, everything else will work better. That is why we include it in so many BLUESPRINGproducts!
Customers continually surprise us with the stories of the many ways they use emu oil. Although the United States FDA only lists emu oil as a moisturizer, customer testimonials as well as scientific studies tell much more.
Can Emu Oil Reduce Joint Pain?
Why would Orthopedic Specialists, Physio Therapists, Massage Therapists, Sports Trainers and professional athletes report using emu oil to soothe athlete’s foot, aching muscles, bruises, and sore joints? Japanese Olympians used Emu oil in Beijing and Vancouver games. During the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, many Japanese athletes (including medal winners that year) used Emu oil to improve recuperation and recovery times. Its natural anti-inflammatory properties pass anti-doping tests ensuring its place in training rooms.
Try it yourself. Just massage Emu oil into the skin and scalp. You can add it to a bath and apply it after a shower to rejuvenate tissue at the cellular level. Start with a small amount, a little goes a long way and it absorbs as you massage it.
“The natural anti-inflammatory aspect of PURE Emu Oil has been a WONDERFUL addition to my ferrets’ daily diet! Just a tiny dab every day keeps their coats looking beautiful and their skin is less itchy. They lap it up like candy and give me kisses for the treat! What a WIN-WIN.” ~ BLUESPRING Customer
The Best Natural Moisturizer for Your Skin
Save money and forget about abrasive skin peels and microdermabrasion treatments Like our skin, Emu oil contains no phospholipids. When you use a moisturizer that contains phospholipids, your skin rejects them. Part of the moisturizer is never absorbed.
Emu oil quickly and easily absorbs through all of the layers of your skin, hydrating even the deepest layers. Over time, it can also help thicken your skin, making it smoother, softer, and suppler.
But it does much more than just moisturize and soften the skin; Emu oil can also improve the appearance of:
Damaged skin after injury
Damaged skin from acne
Damaged skin from pregnancy
Damaged skin after surgery
“I mix the emu oil with shea butter to use on my mother who is in hospice care. It promotes the healing of her bedsores and keeps her skin moisturized.” ~ BLUESPRING Customer