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EmuOilDepot.com Quarterly News - Issue #14 - 1st Quarter, 2009

Your Emu Oil News For The 1st Quarter 2009:
"Emu Oil For Pain Management "

Emu Oil Can Be Used Topically, Orally, Or Both

The natural anti-inflammatory properties of Emu Oil make it an ideal alternative for pain management. Professional sports teams, chiropractors, and massage therapists have reported excellent results using Emu Oil. Relief from pain and more movement of joints have been achieved after topical application of Emu Oil.

A general rule is that you should topically apply Emu Oil three to four times a day for three months. If at the end of that time you feel it is not beneficial, discontinue use. Unlike Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), Emu Oil does not have severe side effects such as gastric problems in the stomach and digestive system.

How Emu Oil Works

Emu Oil's ability to offer pain relief may be due to its unusual ability to
penetrate skin and its hyper oxygenated properties. Its penetrating ability has been compared to DMSO. However, unlike DMSO there is no garlic after taste when using Emu Oil. Its hyper oxygenated properties help encourage blood circulation in the skin area encouraging beneficial results.

Emu Oil does not clog your pores (non-comedogenic). 

Consumers are currently using Emu oil for:
- Muscle, joint and back pain
- Dietary Supplements
- Radiation burns
- Insect Bites
- Tissue Nutrient and Anti-Aging skin care
- Hair Loss (helps awaken sleeping hair follicles).

Emu oil contains high levels of linoleic acid, known to help ease joint pain. It also contains oleic acid which is a natural anti-inflammatory.  It can also help ease the pain of stiffness, arthritis, and muscle aches and pains.

Emu Oil Is Even Being Used To Relieve:

Peripheral Neuropathy
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Sports Injuries
Lyme Disease

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Your Newsletter For 2nd Quarter 2009:
"What Are The Properties Of Emu Oil?"

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