Desert Palms Emu Ranch
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Nature’s Own Healing Oil

Emu Oil comes from a layer of fat of the Emu, a bird native to Australia. It has been used for thousands of years by the Australian aborigines for the treatment of burns, wounds, bruises, and as a pain reliever for bone, muscle, and joint disorders.

Emu Oil is approx. 70% unsaturated fatty acids. The largest component is oleic acid, a mono-unsaturated omega-9 fatty acid which has an anti-inflammatory effect on dermal tissue, an identifiable anti-degenerative effect on skin cells, and a natural absorption to the skin. Emu Oil also has approx. 20% linoleic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid, which is known to temporarily ease joint pain. Emu Oil also has linolenic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid. Emu Oil is almost 100% triglyceride in nature, meaning that it is almost a completely neutral lipid. There is also a lack of phospholipids, which explains Emu Oil’s high penetrating qualities since the human skin is naturally phospholipids deficient. Emu oil acts as a unique transdermal carrier because of its deep penetrating ability.

Despite the fact it is oil, Emu Oil has been clinically proven to be a non-pore clogging substance. Emu Oil penetrates the skin layers very quickly, leaving no greasy residue. There have been no known allergic reactions from Emu Oil in studies.

Emu Oil has been shown in studies to aid in reducing scar formation in burn wounds, surgical incisions and other topical skin abrasions. With its natural anti-inflammatory properties, studies have shown Emu Oil to aid in relief of arthritic pain. Emu Oil also significantly reduces recent keloid scarring. Studies have also shown that Emu Oil will strengthen the skin, give it more elasticity, and reduce unwanted pigmentation.

Emu Oil is used in the treatment of:


Swollen joints

Sore muscles

Scrapes, bruises

Skin Abrasions


Surgical incisions


Sun damage

Aging skin






Diaper Rash

Insect Bites

Irritated skin

Dry cracked heels

Cracked cuticles


Cold Sores

Fever blisters

Gum disease


Sexual lubricant

Carpal tunnel

Bed sores

Athletes foot

Nail & foot fungus


Piercing & Stretching

Stretch marks

Diabetic healing


Dry skin

Benefits Possible with Emu Oil Gel Caps

Lower Cholesterol

Lower Blood Pressure

Boost Immune System

Increase Metabolism

Reduce fat deposits

Mental Alertness

Increase energy

Helps with irregularity

Reduction of chronic pain

Ease arthritis pain

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Increase health

Emu Oil for animals

Dry nose

Dry paws

Dry spots

Hot Spots


Insect bites



Ear infections


Wound care

Coat management

For best results, apply Emu oil 2-3 times daily.
Emu Oil is a natural substance, not everyone will receive the same benefits and we do not guarantee results.
Desert Palms Emu Ranch, LLC makes no medical claims.
 Emu Oil has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


Emus and the scientific community

Physicians and dermatologists are discovering the benefits of emu oil.

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