Transdermal delivery eliminates the danger of liver or kidney damage
(EMAILWIRE.COM, July 28, 2008 ) San Angelo, TX--There are a number of different types of non-healing wounds, including those from diabetic complications (neuropathic ulcers), trauma, burns, bed sores, pressure sores and amputations.
Practical use and scientific properties of emu oil to be discussed (EMAILWIRE.COM, July 03, 2008 ) Harrisburg, PA - As a part of their mandate to educate the public, the American Emu Association (AEA) is sponsoring an Emu Oil Seminar for Medical Professionals on Saturday, July 19th at the Holiday Inn Harrisburg East, Harrisburg, PA. The seminar will run from 1:00 PM through 5:00 PM. Area medical professionals are invited to attend.
Dr. Thomas Tully outlines steps to prevent Eastern Equine Encephalitis in emus.
(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 04, 2008 ) San Angelo, TX - As emu hatching season comes to a close, mosquito season begins in earnest, bringing with it the threat of mosquito-borne disease. For the emu farmer, this includes the danger of their flock picking up Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). EEE is known to occur in many species of birds, horses and even man.
Use emu oil to relieve itching caused by poison ivy, oak or sumac.
(EMAILWIRE.COM, March 22, 2008 ) San Angelo, TX - It's a pretty spring day and you can't resist the urge to do a little spring-cleaning in the yard and flowerbeds. You pull out weeds, trim a few bushes, and maybe even burn some dead branches. Later that evening you absent-mindedly scratch a small but persistent itch.
"Emu eggs are a seasonal item, available from October through April, at select groceries and through your local emu farmer"(EMAILWIRE.COM, February 29, 2008 ) San Angelo, TX - No we are not talking about one of the make believe foods in the famous Dr. Seuss breakfast of Green Eggs and Ham. These green eggs are real, they are quite large and they are laid by the emu. Standing nearly 6 feet tall and weighing over 110 pounds, the emu lays a dark green egg that has an average weight of one and a half pounds.
(EMAILWIRE.COM, July 19, 2007 ) San Angelo, TX - Coping with a long-term or chronic illness can disrupt your life in many ways. Pain and fatigue may become a frequent part of your day. Your illness might affect your appearance or your physical abilities and independence. You may not be able to work, causing financial problems. Dr. William (Bill) Code has been there and come back. Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1996, Code was forced to retire from his busy practice in Anesthesia and Pain Management.
Some Physicians Using Emu Oil To Assist In Burn Treatment (EMAILWIRE.COM, June 18, 2007 ) San Angelo, Texas - Burn victims, more so than many other accident victims, face a multitude of roadblocks on the road to recovery. Beyond the shock and trauma of the initial incident, they must endure agonizing pain, the ever-present risk of infections and the excruciating treatment of their wounds which often entails scraping the burn site to promote new skin growth. The likelihood of extensive scarring without and sometimes even with numerous plastic surgical procedures is an ever-present anxiety.
Easing the pain of fibromyalgia and vulvodynia without side effects.
(EMAILWIRE.COM, June 13, 2007 ) San Angelo, TX -- Patient advocate and author Claudia Craig Marek, M. A. will be presenting Emu Oil in the Treatment of Fibromyalgia & Vulvodynia during the Emu Oil Seminar for Medical Professionals on July 7th at the Holiday Inn Downtown at the Park in Missoula, MT.
Easing the itch will help prevent secondary infections
(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 04, 2007 ) San Angelo, TX - While there are over 8,800 different species of ants in the world, what we hear the most about in the United States are the imported fire ants. Many people do not know that the United States has native fire ants and others that bite. Like harvester and other biting ants, the fire ant attacks in a two-part process.
San Angelo, TX - Unlike other forms of livestock production where the animal is sold directly to a processor, the emu industry is currently farm-to-finish. The emu farmer must arrange for the processing of the 14 to 16 month old bird as well as handle sale of the meat and food by-products. One food by-product, the fat, produces an omega-rich oil that is receiving rave reviews for its transdermal, anti-inflammatory and cholesterol lowering capabilities. "I guess it sounds odd to hear that fat can lower cholesterol", states American Emu Association president Charles Ramey, "but animal trials at the University of Massachusetts indicate that emu oil does lower cholesterol when taken internally." According to Ramey, the association hopes to have information on human trial studies to present at their 2006 convention in Madison, Wisconsin. In the meantime, the oil is used in a variety of health and beauty products produced by numerous companies as an inactive ingredient.