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Emu Oil

Emu oil is used topically for athlete's foot; diaper rash; canker sores; chapped lips; poor circulation; and skin conditions, including dry skin, dandruff, eczema, psoriasis, wrinkles or age spots. It is also used to protect skin from sun damage and to promote more youthful looking skin.

Emu Oil Research


Emu Oil (or kalaya oil) - Home remedy for Alopecia: It is recommended as a moisturizer and hair-root stimulant to promote hair growth. Use two tablespoons twice a day as a moisturiser for hair until hair starts growing. Available online from uk.iherb.com.

Emu Oil - Home remedy for Arthritis: Massage your joints with emu oil to reduce pain. Available online from uk.iherb.com.

Emu Oil - Home remedy for Psoriasis: Australia’s Aborigines value emu oil for its healing powers. Emu oil is a good emollient and water-binding agent with anti-inflammatory properties. Emu oil contains Vitamin E and Vitamin A and Oleic acid. Emu oil is a good natural treatment for psoriasis; it reduces the inflammation caused by psoriasis and moisturizes the skin. Available online from uk.iherb.com.

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