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Emu Oil Compresses
Acne (pimples)
Bee Stings or Insect Bites
Blisters
Bump & Bruises
Burns & Sunburns
Earaches
Eyes
Frostbite
Growing Pains
Headaches
Hair
Hangnails (sore & infected)
Hemorrhoids
Minor Animal Bites & Scratches
Skin
Sprains
Swollen Glands
Sore Throat
Tension
Teeth

There are many skin conditions and ailments that Emu Oil is very beneficial. Emu Oil has been tested at several university and in clinics around the world and have shown positive results.
Emu Oil has been determined to be the closest oil in nature to the chemical makeup as human skin oil. It can penetrate up to 7 layers of skin delivering the nutrients rich oil deep into the skin to help reverse and heal the damage from the inside-out, instead of just lying on the surface.

The following list shows how Emu Oil and the essential oil of Tea Tree can be used in conjunction to be a powerful healing team. On something emu oil soothes fairly quickly, within the first 1/2 hour and sometimes in minutes. This is especially true with minor sunburn & burns, and scrapes. Sometimes you should use the oil as directed 3-4 times a day for a number of days or even a week or two and then decide if there is any noticeable difference. Sometimes a heating pad, saran wrap, or the hot bath is necessary to help draw the oil into the muscle and joint areas. It is helpful to use the oil more often on the first day or two. Emu oil with Ultra Sound, Muscle Stem, Parrafin dips, warm oil dips, massage and Emu oil compresses are readily used by the professional sports teams. There are also times when the oil can only take the edge off a painful area. Sometimes emu oil does not help at all and this is especially true for some joint problems. The oil, as the professionals state, works from the "inside-out". You may not know it is helping, but it is.

Tea Tree oil books are available through health food stores or distributors and these books are absolutely wonderful. They are titled "The First Aid Handbook" on Tea Tree oil or "Australian Tea Tree Oil". This oil is considered a natural antiseptic and disinfectant of unusual strength, with anti-bacterial properties. It has many, many uses. Some skin is more sensitive than others, so tea tree oil should be diluted with water on a Q-tip or cotton ball, or with oil. There are many uses for tea tree oil which I have not mentioned, for it is in the hand book.

Emu Oil Compresses
Acne (pimples)
Bee Stings or Insect Bites
Blisters
Bump & Bruises
Burns & Sunburns
Earaches
Eyes
Frostbite
Growing Pains
Headaches
Hair
Hangnails (sore & infected)
Hemorrhoids
Minor Animal Bites & Scratches
Skin
Sprains
Swollen Glands
Sore Throat
Tension
Teeth

Emu Oil Compresses - Saran or plastic wrap - with tissue or bandage layer + emu oil on the inside. (or saran wrap with oil applied directly). Tape or wrap area.
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Acne (pimples) - Apply tea tree as above as stated in the handbook on tea tree oil. Emu oil is helpful if the surrounding skin is dry. Face cleansers with emu oil are very helpful for cleansing the face and of course, diet is important. Emu oil does not cause blemishes.
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Bee Stings or Insect Bites - 1 drop tea tree oil + 1 drop emu oil (apply often for a few days).
- or just emu oil.
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Blisters - (on hands - from overworking) - emu oil
- (on feet - from shoes or boots) - same as above
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Bump & Bruises - Emu oil as needed for pain or swelling (apply often for a few days).
- Emu oil compresses can be effective for this
(major bruising should be monitored by your doctor.)
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Burns & Sunburns - Emu oil as needed for pain or swelling (apply often for a few days)
- Apply burn oinments if there is any possibility of infection and of course, visit your doctor when necessary.
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Earaches - Refer to the tea tree oil book. (Mix one drop of tea tree oil with 4-5 drops of other oil or emu oil and add to ear). Emu oil + 1 - 2 drops of tea tree oil can be applied to the outside ear areas and throat areas. Remember to visit your doctor when necessary.
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Eyes - (dry & itchy, puffy, or crowsfeet) - emu eye cream - (emu eye cream and emu oil are safely administered directly to the eye areas).
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Frostbite - same as burns
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Growing Pains rub emu oil on calves & knees at night time before bed (daytime if necessary)
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Headaches - (emu oil can help for some headaches, such as those caused by tension)
- apply to the painful head areas as well as to the neck and shoulder areas.
- use the oil on neck and shoulder muscles daily as a precaution.
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Hair - Emu oil contains fatty acids necessary for the neck and cells. Softens hair.
- for dry hair, add a few drops emu oil to conditioner before applying to hair
-for dry scalp, rub emu oil directly onto the scalp
-Emu oil aftershave cream, face cream & night cream are wonderful creams for shaving the beard, legs, bikini lines, etc. It helps to soften the hair for the next time you shave, cuts down on the rashes which can appear and leaves you with the softest of skin.
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Hangnails (sore & infected)  equal parts of emu and tea tree oils. Visit doctor when necessary.
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Hemorrhoids - equal parts of tea tree oil + emu oil (refer to the tea tree hand book) or
cleanse first & use emu oil
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Minor Animal Bites & Scratches - emu oil, tea tree oil or equal amounts of emu and tea tree oils. Visit doctor when necessary.
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Skin - emu face & night cream for normal & dry skin
- emu aftershave for oily skin
- body lotion for elbows, hands, feet and any dry areas
- straight emu oil for sensitive skin, cracked skin, and stubborn dry skin conditions
- (a loose plastic wrap with emu oil or soaking in emu oil or oil inside a surgical rubber glove or plastic bag may help).
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Sprains - emu oil - also use ice and tensor bandage and elevate affected areas. Loose plastic wraps with emu oil may help. Professional sports teams (Dallas Mavericks, L.A. Clippers and Texas Rangers), soak their ankles in emu oil as well as use emu oil paraffin dips or emu oil with ultra sound treatments. Remember to have bad sprains checked by your doctor for fractures.
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Swollen Glands - equal parts emu plus tea tree oil to skin
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Sore Throat - apply as for swollen glands + refer to tea tree oil handbook (2 drops tea tree oil in 1 cup warm water and gargle). See your doctor when necessary.
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Tension - 5-10 drops each of emu + tea tree oils in a hot bath, soak for at least 15 minutes.
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Teeth - Babies - try a drop of emu oil on the gum when the tooth is trying to come through.
- Dentures - If they are bothering the gums, try a drop or two of emu oil, you can also try emu plus tea tree oil.
- Canker Sores - try a drop of tea tree oil (emu oil if you wish)
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A doctor in Australia with extensive use with emu oil has also used it on healed or near healed skin grafts & donor sites. He has also used it on the leg area (near healed) after bypass surgery where the artery of the leg is used. This is an area for Doctor's use and the monitoring of the progress


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