(PRWEB) November 24, 2004
Emugetresults.com!!! Emu Oil is highly penetrating and is wonderful for everything from arthritis pain to elderly skin. It works like magic for cuts, bruises, sunburn, insect bites, and more!
Is Emu OIl good for inflamation? Yes. In a study performed by Dr. Michael Whitehouse and Dr. Peter Ghosh, emu oil proved positive in the reduction of inflammation and pain associated with arthritis.
Most doctors don't know about today's newest natural treatments, but they are learning slowly. Although no medicinal claims for emu oil can be made in the U.S., the Australia Department of Health has classified emu oil as a pharmaceutical product and has registered it in the Therapeutic Goods' Registry.
The use of emu oil has increased dramatically over the past 2 years, and emu oil products are now available in a wide range of preparations, from pure oil to creams, cosmetics, hair care products, arthritis lotions and more.
Dr. Whitehouse is with the Departmennt of Pathology, University of Adelaide, Australia and Dr. Ghosh is with The Raymond Purves Bone and Joint Research Laboratories, University of Sydney at the Royal North Shore Hospital, Australia.
What are the Doctors & Experts Saying About Emu Oil?
Dr. Margaret C. Craig-Schmidt: Associate Professor in the Department of Nutrition & Food Science @ Auburn University notes that the properties of emu oil make it quite suitable to be used in the cosmetic industry.
Kristi Tomlin: registerd pharmacist in Blackwell Oklahoma acknowledges that the main problem with anti-inflammatories currently on the market is their side effects. The majority of anti-inflammatories on the market today produce side effects that are often so severe, the consumer must weigh their benefits against their side effects. . . However . . . In the case of EMU OIL, laboratory irritation tests conducted by E.R.I. in 1991 revealed that even at full strength, this oil generated irritation levels so low that the results were comparable to that of water!
Dr. Howard Hagglund: stays fit by jogging and working with a trainer. Dr. Hagglund relates that his trainer who has bad arthritis in his elbows from an accidental kick, really likes the oil, and since he's started using it, "everybody in the gymn is wanting it"!
Dr. Patty Headly: Chiropractor in Tonkawa, Oklahoma says, "When I use Emu Oil in conjunction with the chiropractic, the relief is quicker and the muscles stay relaxed longer, and therefore the treatment lasts longer."