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Natural Healthy Oils Launches Campaign to Highlight Benefits of Emu Oil

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Emu oil effectively treats many medical conditions without the risk of side effects reports Natural Healthy Oils.

Bloomfield, NJ, United States of America – March 18, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Emu oil, a product derived from the fat of this flightless bird, is used to make a number of products. When applied to the skin, the oil provides moisture, and fatty acids found in the oil are believed to help reduce swelling and pain caused by inflammation. “When choosing an emu oil for use on the body, consumers need to ensure they are choosing a pure product, one that actually offers the benefits associated with use of emu oil,” Savannah Tate of Natural Healthy Oils (www.naturalhealthyoils.com) explains.

When consumers look to emu oil reviews for more information, many discover blue emu cream. Blue Emu cream remains a popular product with physical therapists, massage therapists, chiropractors and other professionals and now may be purchased by consumers for home use. “The professionals agree this cream is a great way to reduce inflammation at the pain source, and the cream contains antifungal and antibacterial agents. As the cream is non-comedongenic, consumers needn’t worry about clogged pores, and Blue Emu helps to reduce wrinkles, stretch marks and scars, making it the perfect choice for many skin conditions,” Tate continues.

Shoppers also find many other uses for emu oil. When one uses the oil, weight loss becomes easier, cholesterol levels drop and the itch one experiences with insect bites decreases. Aboriginal people of Australia have long used this oil to treat everything from coughs and fevers to cuts and bruises. It is believed that the oil also helps with diabetic nerve pain, allergies, menstrual cramps, gout and sciatica, along with other medical conditions. While research continues to be done to determine the effectiveness of the oil on these and many other conditions, consumers are more than welcome to try the oil at home as it will not hurt a person and can help in many situations, as Tate points out.

When purchasing Blue Emu oil, consumers must take care to ensure they are getting a genuine product, one that will provide the anticipated benefits. Certain stores do now carry this oil, yet the easiest place to make a purchase is online as one can shop around to find the best price, along with free shipping in certain cases. “When selecting the product, be sure to check the ingredients and purchase only natural emu oil. Doing so ensures one gets the benefits desired,” Tate states.

About Natural Healthy Oils:
Natural Healthy Oils works to share information on emu oil and other healthy products, based on the site owner’s personal experience with the products. Emu oil works for bumps, bruises, aches, pains, eczema and more. Users find their skin is smoother and softer with use of emu oil and products containing this ingredient.

For more information about us, please visit http://naturalhealthyoils.com

Contact Info:
Name: Savannah Tate
Email: mail@naturalhealthyoils.com
Phone: 973-670-4402
Organization: Natural Healthy Oils

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