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emu oil

n
(Complementary Medicine) an oil obtained from the fat of the emu, traditionally used as an emollient by native Australians to relieve pain and speed the healing process
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Emu oil has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties which results in healing, skin renewal and repair.
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At the farm, nearly 10 years ago, I applied emu oil to the back of my hands, sampled different baked goods made from their eggs and examined hollowed eggs that were larger than my hands.
uk) IDEAL for hands or feet, this soothing serum is packed with tea tree and emu oil to help strengthen and moisturise nails.
Ground tea tree leaf, which is found in my Exfoliating Foot Mousse, is excellent as an exfoliator and has antibacterial qualities, whilst emu oil helps to rehydrate and deeply nourish the skin.
Ground tea tree leaf, which is found in my Exfoliating Foot Mousse, is excellent as an exfoliator and has anti-bacterial qualities, while emu oil helps to rehydrate and deeply nourish the skin.
Cate Blanchett's secret to her flawless complexion isn't emu oil.
Blue Goo, designed to treat muscle aches as well as pain caused by tendonitis and bursitis, contains natural emu oil, which helps the product's pain-relieving ingredients (including MSM, glucosamine HCl, chondroitin sulfate, menthol and white willow bark) to be absorbed by the skin.
The second portion contains coconut oil heated to a pourable consistency, almond oil, avocado oil, emu oil and sesame oil.
The line includes Original Blue Goo Pain relief gel formulated with emu oil, menthol, glucosamine chondroitin sulfate and MSM.
Laboratory experiments by physiology PhD student Suzanne Abimosleh at the University of Adelaide found that emu oil - rendered from the fat of emu - accelerates the repair process by stimulating growth of the intestinal crypts - part of the intestine that produces the villi which absorb food, Sydney Morning Herald reported.
Emu oil FORMER marathon champion Paula Radcliffe, 37, is a great believer in emu oil.