The oil is taken from the fatty tissue on the top layer of the emu's back. First the fat is separated from the meat, then it's removed from the skin. The fat is then ground and then melted. The processing phase is next, during which the oil is filtered, refined, sterilised and deodorised.
Yes. Emus are killed in emu farming before any processing of the products can take place.
Emu oil can be taken as capsules, or it can be applied topically to affected areas.
Emu aren't killed FOR their oil. They're raised in emu farms and killed for their meat... The fat and meat are then separated, and the fat is melted down and refined to oil. Most of the emu is used after it is killed... The feathers, hide, even claws do not go to waste. Sad, but at least they are not being killed ONLY for the oil.
Yes you can its 1/4 a tsp of oil for 1 tsp of extract
Emu Oil can be used as a pain releiver, particularly for arthritis and low-level sprains and swelling
There are no studies to indicate that you should not take emu oil with Warfarin. Currently, the two seem to be a safe combination.
They dont extract it. They give it a way out. The earths pressure forces it out
Because emu oil has anti-inflammatory properties, some people have found that it can help ease the pain of conditions like shingles.
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Unlikely. There is even some emerging evidence to suggest that taking emu oil can help heal the stomach lining in the case of ulcerative colitis.