This specific variety of oil is all natural omega rich oil, fat refined. It is extracted is during the process of bird processing for the purpose of acquiring its lean red meat.
Trade rules revealed
The rules in question are employed for the purpose of providing an outline of a grading system for the emu oil itself. The distinction includes grade A, grade B and respectively grade C, with each of the grades being differently used in different industries. When it comes to the first one in the line, i.e. grade A, it is most frequently employed in pharmaceutical industry, as well as in cosmetics and as a part of dietary supplements. The second in line, i.e. grade B is employed in certain specific cosmetic and also for industrial purposes. And the last one, i.e. grade C represents crude emu oil, which is most appropriate for the production of hot process soaps, and as a food variety given to animals.
Upsides and advantages
This oil has been known for its healing properties for ages, ever since the Aborigines settled the Australian continent, and it has been in the use ever since. When it comes to most prominent health benefits, it is important to emphasize that it is a certified anti-inflammatory solution, which has similar effects to that of, for example, ibuprofen. It is also regarded as a bacteriostatic – limiting and preventing bacteria from multiplying and thus causing troublesome infections. Furthermore, it is also quite often termed as a hypoallergenic, meaning that it has no ill effects on the skin, nor does it bring about any sort of skin irritation. In addition, it is also known that this oil belongs to the category of those that do not exhibit pore-clogging properties and is therefore, referred to also as a non-comedogenic substance.
Given the fact that it contains vitamin E, it is also endowed with antioxidant properties. What's more, it also contains vitamin A (repairs skin and acts as an antioxidant), linolenic acid (relieves muscle ache), oleic acid (skin cell regenerator, anti-wrinkle agent), sapogens (skin softeners), and last but not the least, terpines (known for their antiseptic properties).
What all natural bacteriostatic, anti-inflammatory, as well as cell regeneration characteristics of this oil are extremely effective in is providing aid in the process of wound healing and leaving far less scarring in the end than any other remedy known today. Also, these characteristics of emu oil are extremely beneficial when it comes to relieving and decreasing the pain and scarring brought about by burns, as well as in cases of eczema and psoriasis.