5 Ancient Health Remedies

5 Ancient Health Remedies

The modern world is loud and proud about all of the new things it has to offer, but when it comes to preventative medicine, has science been able to replace the tried and tested remedies of the past?

Here are 5 Ancient Remedies that can help improve your health and general wellbeing. 


5 Ancient Health Remedies cayenne pepper


It took less than 50 years from the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus for the Cayenne pepper to spread across every continent of the world and be adopted into countless cultural cuisines and medicinal practices.

Excluding garlic, there isn’t a food on the planet that has as many health and nutritional benefits which are supported by over 3000 peer reviewed studies. From protecting you from heart disease to boosting your immune system, Cayenne does it all. However, the most popular medicinal use for Cayenne throughout history has been pain relief.

When combined with Olive Oil and Beeswax, Cayenne can be made into a salve that keeps for a long time and has natural healing and pain relief properties when applied to closed wounds.


5 Ancient Health Remedies blackberries


Aside from being a yummy staple in any good pastry chef’s kitchen, the blackberry has a long history of medicinal value throughout Europe. Its history dates back as early as 2,500 years ago and is an ideal food for anybody looking a natural and healthy remedy to ageing.

The blackberry contains hundreds of phytonutrients and phytochemicals that have immense anti-aging properties which help your body to detoxify and repair itself after a workout. Blackberries are also rich in tannins which reduce intestinal inflammation and reduce belly bloat, giving you that much desired trim belly. The blackberry also contains large amounts of Vitamin E, which assist in combating arthritis, chronic inflammation and other age-related illnesses.

We have only scratched the surface on the health points of blackberries but it’s easy as pie to obtain them all. Just add a cup to your morning breakfast to reap the benefits.


5 Ancient Health Remedies ginger


Ginger is a flowering plant from the jungles of Southeast Asia. Its “tubers” or “roots” are the part of the plant that have commonly been used in cooking and medicine for thousands of years.

The unique flavour of ginger comes from one of its natural oils called Gingerol. Research on Gingerol has shown it to have anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-oxidant, neuroprotective and gastroprotective properties.

Ginger does a lot to keep you healthy. It’s also an incredibly effective natural remedy for nausea so be sure to load up after a big night out by adding a little bit of ginger to your morning tea.


5 Ancient Health Remedies echinicea


What did the ancient indigenous peoples of North America take when they caught a cold? Unfortunately, they didn’t have access to Codral Cold and Flu as we do today. They did however have a secret weapon in the form of a flower called Echinacea.

Echinacea is a flowering plant in the daisy family. They are commonly called coneflowers and are found exclusively in the eastern and north America where they grow in dry wooded areas. Echinacea are famous for their natural flu fighting properties and their ability to strengthen your immune system.

The best part is you don’t have to book a long flight to North America next time you catch the flu. Echinacea extract is widely available in pill or gel form at most major pharmacies across Australia.


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Emu Oil 

For thousands of years, the native aboriginal people of Australia have relied heavily on Emu Oil for countless therapeutic and regenerative purposes, and for good reason, it works!

Today, we have rendered Emu Oil’s powerful anti-inflammatory properties into convenient capsules to help provide natural relief from conditions such as Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatism, Eczema and Psoriasis.

We at Emu Spirit has gone to great lengths to ensure that our Emu Oil is 100% pure by developing a trademarked process called OilTek™ which ensures that our oil maintains the same molecular structure as the raw, natural product which was used by the great and wise aboriginal medicine men and women of the past.

Find out how you can benefit from the healing properties of Emu Oil in your everyday life here.

Emu Spirit for Every Day Life

Emu Spirit for Every Day Life

We understand how difficult it can be to prioritise your health, especially during the hustle and bustle of modern life. Fortunately, there are many ways you can improve your day-to-day health and well-being by incorporating Emu Spirit into your schedule.

Here are just a few…


Emu Spirit for Every Day Life

A Drop in your Daily Diet

For many, breakfast is a luxury often missed, and while we don’t recommend skipping too many of them, we understand that it’s a symptom of a busy life. But just because we don’t have time to eat doesn’t mean we should completely ignore an opportunity to improve our gut health and digestive system.

Taking one or two Emu Oil Omega 369 Capsules on the way out the door in the mornings is a great way to reduce general inflammation in the digestive track and improve overall health, and it only takes a second of your time.

And for those breakfast aficionados, a couple drops of 100% Pure Oil of Emu in your yoghurt or cereal will greatly improve your heath by adding Omega 3, 6 and 9 to your meal without jeopardizing the flavour.


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Soothe Joints from Working from Home

For many, working from home became the silver lining of the Covid-19 pandemic. All at once, thousands of people across the country were able to show up to work in their pyjamas experiencing a form of liberation they’d previously only dreamed of. However, it didn’t take long to be made painfully clear to many that the couch isn’t exactly ergonomic.

Never fear! Office injuries such as general joint pain and repetitive strain injury (RSI) can be alleviated by applying emu oil to the sore area which will help reduce inflammation, stiffness and swelling, as well as help prevent scar tissue from developing within the joints.

Now you can cancel that trip to the physio and continue working in the comfort of your pyjamas.


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Massaging Muscles Post Workout

It’s unanimous amongst the experts. Daily exercise is just as important as a nutritional diet if you wish to stay in tip-top shape. Unfortunately, it’s quite normal to feel pain and soreness in your muscles after a tough workout. This has been coined “Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness” or “DOMS” by the professionals and it’s a result of small tearing in the muscle fibres.

Fortunately, due to emu oil’s deep penetrative and anti-inflammatory properties, massaging the sore areas of your muscles with 100% Pure Oil of Emu will accelerate the healing process and get you back in the gym before you know it.


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Hair and Scalp Care

For many people, the daily routine of hair and scalp care is an unconscious one. Shampoo, condition, rinse and dry. But there is so much more that can be done to protect your scalp and ensure your hair stays silky and smooth, and it only takes a couple more seconds of your time.

Emu oil is a major source of Omega 3, 6 and 9 which have been scientifically found to increase hair elasticity, nourish the hair follicles, prevent hair loss, stimulate hair growth and moisturise and improve dry and flaky scalps.  Simply massage 2-3 drops of Emu Spirit 100% pure emu oil into your scalp once you step foot out of the shower before drying your hair.

It won’t be long before you look back at your old hair-care routine as incomplete.


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Pet Protection for Paw Pads, Coat and Joints

It’s not only human hair that benefits from emu oil. If your pet’s paw pads or coat is looking dull, brittle or flaky, it may be a good idea to apply a few drops to your hands and rub it into their coat thoroughly. Emu oil is 100% safe for pets (even if they lick it!) and can assist in treating a whole range of pet related problems such as healing skin irritation, reducing allergies and alleviating joint soreness. The best part is, you won’t have to worry about fighting your cuddly cat or pet pooch to accept Emu Oil as they generally love the smell.

Have you used Emu Oil in these 4 Unusual Ways?

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Emu oil is commonly used to treat a range of internal and external ailments, including eczema, dermatitis, and inflammation-related issues. For years, many of our customers have sworn by their Emu Spirit 100% Pure Oil of Emu to help them through all the things life throws at your family – nappy rashes, bug bites, burns and cuts, all the way through to arthritis and rheumatism.

But did you know there’s 4 other ways you can use emu oil?

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Chapped Lips

A change in weather, hot and dry humidity or a dehydrated body usually shows up on your lips. Severely dry, chapped and cracked lips can be painful, but there’s a way to speed up the healing process. Emu oil can be used to reduce skin and lip toxicity, due to its super-moisturising nature. Emu oil creates a natural barrier on the skin (and can be used like a lip balm) to protect the thin and sensitive skin on your lips.

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Cold Sores

The pesky cold sore can be triggered by exposure to hot sun, cold wind, a cold or viral illness, a weak immune system and even through stress. How does emu oil work its magic for treating cold sores? Answer: its anti-inflammatory properties. Inflammation can be described as pain, redness, swelling, itching – this is very much like what this annoying ‘fever blister’ is. Why is emu oil more effective than tea tree oil or grapefruit seed oil? Because it moisturises the skin while working on a miracle; treating the inflammation at the same time.

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Pet Care

Don’t forget about your furry family members! Not just suitable for newborns, kids and adults – emu oil is safe to use on pets too. Your pets can suffer from dry skin, chapped paws, dry noses and itchy spots. They can benefit from a few drops of emu oil regularly to keep their body moisturised. Emu oil has been shown to quickly restore damaged skin on pets, and most importantly, it is safe for consumption in case it is ingested.

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Tattoo and Piercing After Care

You may think the pain is worth it during a piercing or tattoo; but what about afterwards? Your skin may be very irritated, flaky, scabby or itchy around the area of the piercing or body art. It may be tempting to pick or scratch at it, but this will only make it worse and the healing process longer. Instead, use a few drops of emu oil directed on the patch of skin to help it heal properly and quickly. Because emu oil can effectively penetrate the layers of the skin and inject much needed moisture, it’s a natural solution for tattoo and piercing aftercare.

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Remember; a little goes a long way!

Start with our 125mL bottle of 100% Pure Oil of Emu and find more and more uses for this multi-useful product.

4 Ways to use Emu Oil

4 Ways to use Emu Oil

Pure refined emu oil is composed of essential fatty acids, with the largest component being:

Oleic acid – an Omega 9 fatty acid
Linoleic acid – an Omega 6 fatty acid
Linolenic acid – an Omega 3 fatty acid

Due to the high amounts of Omega 369 fatty acids in emu oil, research has shown that pure refined emu oil is naturally anti-inflammatory and possesses emollient properties, which means it may have the ability to heal and restore our skin, hair and joints, as well as our internal gastrointestinal health.

Emu oil has been used for hundreds of years to treat a wide variety of health ailments. Here’s 4 ways you can use emu oil today:

4 Ways to use Emu Oil skincare

1. Treating eczema on your skin

Although there’s no cure-all for eczema, the symptoms can be treated and managed. Topical steroid creams can be prescribed to help relieve eczema symptoms, but they come with their own set of concerns.

Emu oil is an all-natural and chemical free non-steroid based treatment that has been found in studies to improve itching, inflammation, erythema, dry skin and scales associated with eczema. Emu oil is able to penetrate into deeper layers of the skin to delivery more significant results. Emu oil is suitable for sensitive skin and doesn’t clog your pores.

How to use emu oil for your skin: wash the affected area with soap and water, gently towel dry the skin, then immediately apply emu oil to the area. This will help to restore hydration to your skin and reduce eczema symptoms like itching and inflammation.


4 Ways to use Emu Oil muscle aches and pain

2. Soothing arthritis and sore joints through massage

Arthritis is an inflammatory and degenerative disease that can affect joints within the body. There is no cure, however arthritis symptoms can improve with topical application of emu oil. The healthy antioxidants have potent anti-inflammatory effects, and the deep penetration of emu oil into the skin ensures it goes to the swollen joints where it is needed.

Using emu oil can help to alleviate joint pain, tenderness, stiffness and swelling. Using it consistently can improve joint mobility and better performance of your daily activities. Not only that, it can also prevent further damage by preventing scar tissue formation within the joints.

How to use emu oil for your joints: take a small amount of emu oil (a little certainly goes a long way!) and massage gently in circular motions over sore joints and muscles. Repeat this process at least 2-3 times a day for maximum effect.

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3. Revitalising damaged hair and dry scalp

The natural healing powers of emu oil has been used on various skin conditions for many generations. However, did you know its use and effectiveness has expanded into hair and scalp treatment? Caring for your hair is just as important as caring for your skin, so by incorporating emu oil into your hair care, you may be able to revitalise dry and damaged hair.

Emu oil’s effectiveness on your hair is due to its highly effective moisturising properties. This is because emu oil contains omega 3, 6, 7 & 9 and vitamins A, D, E, F and K2. It will absorb easily without leaving an oily residue, so your hair should feel smooth and silky.

How to use emu oil for your hair and scalp: apply emu oil directly onto the scalp after shampoo and conditioner. Lightly massage the oil into the scalp and cover the head with a towel. Leave it on for 5-10 minutes before rinsing.


4 Ways to use Emu Oil inner health

4. Boosting your inner health with a spoonful of emu oil

By now, we understand emu oil is a rich source of omega fatty acids, which is essential to your body because it’s something we need but our bodies do not produce naturally. These essential fatty acids have been studied and shown to be highly beneficial to our skin, hair, muscles and joints. It may also help to regulate our mood and settle digestion.

We’ve all heard of ingesting fish oil eating salmon, but if your family is not a fan of oily fish, a spoonful of emu oil can be a great dietary supplement to help the whole family boost their inner health.

How to use emu oil in your diet: prepare your regular breakfast cereal – just the way you like it. Take one spoonful of emu oil and drizzle over the bowl. Stir through gently and serve.


Massage Techniques for Arthritis with Emu Oil

We all enjoy a good massage, and it can be beneficial to anyone for relieving tension and stress, but for some it can also be used as a regular part of managing chronic conditions, including arthritis.

Approximately 3.85 million Australians are impacted by arthritis, suffering from chronic pain, inflammation and stiffness. Among them, some cope with the pain by using regular massage to improve their joint mobility, help them relax and to sleep in some comfort.

Here are 5 of the best massage techniques for easing arthritis symptoms:

1. Relaxation Massage
This technique uses long strokes, circular movements and kneading to loosen tight muscles and improve circulation. The blood circulation releases tension and stress to encourage the body to relax.

2. Deep Tissue Massage
This technique targets problem areas, directly addressing the chronic pain. Deep tissue massages focus on the deeper layers of the muscle and muscle tissue, and is usually received regularly to help temporarily relieve symptoms of arthritis.

3. Lymphatic Massage
This technique is known as a detox, as it uses light, patterned strokes to help drain fluid into the bloodstream. Lymphatic massage works well for arthritis sufferers as it drains the excess fluid from inflammatory points.

4. Shiatsu Massage
This employs a ‘finger pressure’ technique, which is applied to pressure points of the body (e.g. elbows and knees). The goal is to stretch and rotate the joints, usually going through the areas where an arthritis sufferer is experiencing the most pain.

5. Reflexology Massage
This technique is an Asian practice based on the concept of placing pressure on areas of the body to help heal other parts of the body (for example, placing pressure on the big toe to help deal pain felt on the head). Reflexology is designed to alleviate stress and anxiety whilst also assisting with pain relief.

Massage Techniques for Arthritis with Emu Oil 

Now that you know what each of the massage techniques entail, it’s well worth considering incorporating these 5 massage styles into your lifestyle if you are coping with chronic pain. What’s more, it’s also important to consider what kind of massage oils are being used in the practice.

Over the years, as more studies have revealed emu oil to be a top choice topical massage oil, many massage therapy professionals opt for pure emu oil in their practice. The reason is two-fold: Emu oil provides the added benefit of fast pain relief. This is due to its high concentration of Omega 3, 6 & 9 fatty acids, which help reduce inflammation. It also absorbs quickly into the skin and contains natural healing qualities of Vitamin A, E & Oleic Acid.

Massage Techniques for Arthritis with Emu Oil

Whether you want to BYO massage oil, or you’re even considering trying massage therapy at home – Emu Spirit 100% Pure Oil of Emu is your secret weapon to pain relief.

How to Deal with Chronic Pain

Living with chronic pain is never easy. In fact, it most likely has a major effect on your way of life. If you suffer from arthritis, fibromyalgia or chronic back pain, you may have heard health professionals advising you to accept the pain, learn to live with the pain, and pace yourself… but the most important factor in managing pain is the role of the patient. Self-management is the best way to improve your level of activity and keep pain to a minimum.

Here’s 5 things you can do now to deal with chronic pain:

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1. Learn deep breathing to help you relax

Let’s start with something simple – breathing – something we all know how to do! Help your body relax by learning some meditation and deep breathing techniques. Tension and tightness seep from muscles when they receive a quiet message to relax. This may help to ease pain as you begin to focus on the breath; fill your abdomen with air, let the air fill from the abdomen up, then let it out (picture a deflating balloon).

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2. Boost chronic pain relief with exercise

You may never be in the mood to move your body too much, but exercising can encourage your body to release natural endorphins (the brain chemicals that help to improve your mood while also blocking pain signals). But wait, there’s more. Exercise has another pain-reducing effect; it strengthens muscles, helping you to prevent re-injury and further pain. If you needed another reason to exercise, here it is.

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3. Cut back on alcohol and smoking

Why should you reduce your alcohol consumption? The answer is simple. Pain makes sleeping more difficult, and alcohol can make sleep problems worse. Drinking less or no alcohol can improve your quality of life. Additionally, smoking can worsen painful circulation problems, and worsen chronic pain. Consider cutting back and observe the counter-effects it has on your body.

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4. Get a massage for chronic pain relief

Massage can help reduce stress and relieve tension. This is because the techniques used relaxes muscle tissue, which in turn reduces painful contractions and spasms. As a result, people living with all sorts of chronic pain use massage therapy regularly to ease their muscles and joint pain, and to improve their sleep. Massage therapy professionals have found using emu oil topically for massage provides the added benefit of reducing inflammation and pain relief. It absorbs into the skin and contains natural healing qualities of Vitamin A, E & Oleic Acid.

To learn more about massage techniques with emu oil, click here.

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5. Eat a healthier diet

If you’re looking for a sign to eat healthy this year – this is it! A well-balanced diet aids your digestive process, keeps weight under control and improves blood sugar levels. A low-fat, low-sodium diet is recommended. Incorporate fresh fruits, veggies, beans and peas, whole-grain breads and cereals, low-fat cheese, milk and yoghurt, and lean meats. Give yourself an extra boost of anti-inflammatory by adding a few drops of pure emu oil to your meals where appropriate – e.g. mixed in cereal, or added into smoothies. After all, health begins from the inside.

5 Tips for a Happy, Healthy Summer

Summer is here, and for many of us that means it’s the time for long barbeques, hitting the beach and catching up with family and friends during the festive season. It’s also the time of excessive sun exposure, hay fever, dry skin and bug bites.

With a few easy lifestyle reminders, summer will be a breeze.

Here’s 5 tips to remember for a happy, healthy summer…


5 Tips for a Happy, Healthy Summer

1. Remember the SPF

With the harsh Australian sun’s UV rays in mind, stick to a sun lotion that has at least SPF 30 – or even better, SPF 50. Try to avoid sitting in the sun during its peak hours between 10am and 4pm. Reapply sun screen every two hours immediately after swimming. For an extra layer of sun protection, apply a base of pure emu oil to your skin before slapping on the sun screen. If you already have sunburn, you can also use emu oil to treat the skin.

5 Tips for a Happy, Healthy Summer

2. Combat Hay Fever

If you’re a hay fever sufferer, summertime can sometimes be unbearable. Try to reduce your exposure to allergens that can set off your hay fever by vacuuming and cleaning your home regularly to remove excess pollen, and changing your clothes after you’ve been outside. Consider trying emu oil capsules to boost your immunity over the summer.

3. Protect Your Hair

Constant heat, sun damage and chlorine can take a toll on your hair, leaving it dull and dry. Try to avoid heat styling during summer, and use a conditioning treatment to add moisture back to your hair. For a natural alternative, use pure emu oil to coat your locks and bring it back to life!


5 Tips for a Happy, Healthy Summer

4. Exfoliate Your Skin
During the summer time, you’ll usually see an increase of dead skin cells. Remember to exfoliate your skin to keep it smooth and silky. Simply create a light scrub using coffee grounds, or Himalayan salt, and restore moisture to your skin with emu-oil based skincare.

5 Tips for a Happy, Healthy Summer

5. Avoid Getting Bitten
Summer days spent outdoors means we’re the perfect target for insect bites. Apply emu oil to your skin to keep the bugs away when you’re out and about, as a natural insect deterrent. If you get bit by an insect, pure emu oil is great for soothing itchy or painful skin.


Emu Oil Benefits: Inside and Out

Emu Oil Benefits: Inside and Out

In the age of modern medicine, it can be hard to find a solution to a health issue without experiencing a slew of side effects afterwards. Thankfully there still exists a natural health remedy that has been around for hundreds of years. Emu oil can be used to treat a number of ailments, both internally and externally. It’s truly a health solution; inside and out.

Emu Oil Benefits: Inside and Out

All the Good Fats

Emu oil contains all three types of omega fatty acids (3, 6 and 9). Approximately 50% of its fat content is from monounsaturated omega-9 fat, called oleic acid. It makes it an excellent fatty acid supplement. Emu oil also contains various natural healing compounds like antioxidants, carotenoids, flavones, polyphenols and phospholipids. It’s important that your emu oil comes from a reputable source, as the oil is readily absorbed into your skin. Where possible, choose TGA listed products, such as Emu Spirit, which means the product has been assessed by the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration under the Australian Department of Health) for their quality and safety. Emu Spirit’s products are made with pure oil of emu, using our patented rendering process that produces a stable, 100% pure oil that maintains the same natural molecular structure as the raw, natural product.

Benefits of Emu Oil

Benefits of Emu Oil

Recent research and clinical trials support the benefits of emu oil for overall health and specific ailments. The studies showed that emu oil was effective for treating several conditions, however, the natural oil doesn’t come with the same side effects as conventional medications.

Overall, emu oil can be a great natural option to help manage symptoms either on its own or in combination with other treatments.

External Benefits of Emu Oil

  • Promotes healthy teeth and gums
  • Moisturises dry, itchy skin
  • Promotes healthy nails
  • Stimulates skin and hair growth
  • Protects nipples during breastfeeding
  • Treats burn wounds
  • Relieves Athlete’s Foot

Internal Benefits of Emu Oil

  • Relieves and reduces hemorrhoids
  • Reduces gut inflammation
  • Balances cholesterol
  • Relieves arthritis and rheumatism
  • Reduces symptoms of PMS
  • Reduces joint and muscle pain

5 Natural Remedies to deal with Rheumatoid Arthritis

5 Natural Remedies to deal with Rheumatoid Arthritis

If you suffer from rheumatoid arthritis; we can bet our last dollar you know your symptoms. Rheumatoid arthritis sufferers are more than familiar with the severe pain associated with stiff and sore joints. Couple that with fatigue, appetite loss and feeling feverish, and you can easily envision how difficult it must be to deal with. While there is no cure; medication, therapy and even surgery are available to rheumatoid arthritis sufferers.

For those looking for alternatives to cope with their joint pain, there are some natural remedies available to deal with rheumatoid arthritis symptoms on a daily basis. Here are 5 methods you can try:

5 Natural Remedies to deal with Rheumatoid Arthritis

1. Hot/Cold Therapy

A combination of hot and cold therapy may help alleviate symptoms of pain and swelling.

Heat can help ease your pain and relax painful, tense muscles to spurs blood flow. You can use a moist heating pad, a warm and damp towel or a microwavable pack. For the time poor folks, you can use heat therapy in the shower. Simply let the warm water hit the painful area on your body, and this may help soothe it. Alternatively, a hot tub is another great way to relax your stiff muscles.

Cold may help dull the sensation of pain, and create a numbing effect to reduce swelling and inflammation. You can apply an ice pack to the affected joint during a flare-up. Apply the cold compress for 15 minutes at a time, and take at least a 30 minute break between treatments so you don’t overdo it.

5 Natural Remedies to deal with Rheumatoid Arthritis

2. Tai Chi

This slow, gentle martial art is easy on your joints. Tai chi involves gentle exercises and stretches combined with deep breathing; the movements are easy to modify if your joints are sore. Some studies have found that tai chi may reduce stress, and improve mood and quality of life in people with rheumatoid arthritis. Additionally, it can help your strength, flexibility and balance, so it is worth a try.

5 Natural Remedies to deal with Rheumatoid Arthritis

3. Turmeric

This golden spice is a member of the ginger family. It has been a staple in traditional medicine in India and Indonesia for centuries. Research shows it blocks proteins that cause inflammation and may ease pain. You can create a turmeric based drink by combining it with other known ingredients for alleviating rheumatoid arthritis symptoms. Simply start with a green tea base, and add cinnamon, ginger and turmeric. You’re definitely not drinking it for the taste, but cheers to reduced joint pain and swelling though!

5 Natural Remedies to deal with Rheumatoid Arthritis

4. Massage

This natural remedy dates back thousands of years, but modern science does show it can help ease pain. There are many different types of massages, so it’s good to find a massage therapist who works with people with rheumatoid arthritis. You can even try this out at home by giving yourself a mini massage. Remember to use a massage oil or balm that has extra benefits designed to alleviate joint and muscle inflammation. Emu Spirit’s Muscular and Arthritic Rub contains 59% emu oil, wintergreen oil, eucalyptus oil, clove bud oil, peppermint oil and black pepper oil – all active ingredients formulated to reduce pain and swelling, numb the affected area and improve your inflammation symptoms over time.

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5. Pure Emu Oil

There is some research proving the unique properties of 100% pure emu oil in helping to reduce inflammation. Emu oil is an anti-inflammatory agent that has been used to reduce muscle and joint pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis. Emu oil can be used both topically and internally so you can help relieve the symptoms from the inside and out.

For a multi-use product such as pure emu oil, you can either use it to massage directly onto your body or you ingest it by taking a spoonful directly or adding it to a cold drink (such as orange juice). For an extra anti-inflammatory boost, you can combine a few drops of emu oil to your turmeric drink and enjoy the health kick!

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Health for the Whole Family: Using Emu Oil for Kids

Health for the Whole Family: Using Emu Oil for Kids

Parents stock their medicine cabinets with all sorts of remedies to keep their kids healthy; from insect repellent, to antibacterial creams to treat grazes and bruises, moisturiser to relieve dry and cracked skin during winter weather, and vitamins or minerals to aid digestion. Would you believe us if we told you that one all-natural product may help treat all these ailments and more? (You guessed it; emu oil)

There are so many great uses for emu oil, it truly deserves a spot in the family first-aid kit!

Here’s why no family should be without a bottle of emu oil…

Health for the Whole Family: Using Emu Oil for Kids

1. It may soothe problem skin

Do you have a cabinet full of half-used creams that you tried out for your kids’ chapped skin, eczema, rosacea, bug bites and rashes? If you’re having trouble finding an effective cream to treat these skin conditions, why not try a natural remedy instead, and add a few drops of emu oil to your kids’ skin. The anti-oxidant rich emu oil is easily absorbed into the skin, and may soothe a range of skin complaints, including dry, flaky and cracked skin. Emu oil is gentle enough to use on sensitive skin and babies too.

Health for the Whole Family: Using Emu Oil for Kids

2. It may relieve the pain of bumps and bruises

Active little ones are always running around, jumping up and down, and inevitably getting bump and bruises. To help reduce swelling and relieve the pain, you can try applying emu oil onto the affected area and massaging into the skin. The potent anti-inflammatory effects of emu oil allow it to penetrate deep into the layers of the skin and provide relief from pain. When the kids suffer from minor injuries due to bumps and tumbles, you know what product you need to whip out immediately.

Health for the Whole Family: Using Emu Oil for Kids

3. It may treat cuts, scrapes and scratches

Emu oil is a great remedy for minor skin wounds, again, thanks to its anti-inflammatory and bacteriostatic properties (that help relieve pain and prevent bacterial from reproducing). The antioxidants in emu oil may also help protect the skin from further damage, and the linoleic acid found in pure emu oil may help to prevent scarring. Whenever you are treating a family member for a cut or scrape, remember to apply emu oil to the affected area.

Health for the Whole Family: Using Emu Oil for Kids

4. It may boost your inner health

Sometimes (when no one is scratched, bitten or bruised and needs attending to) we get some time to think about our family’s general health and wellbeing. When you need an all-purpose health boost for your kids, emu oil could be the holy grail product you need. Emu oil is a rich source of omega fatty acids, which your body needs but does not produce naturally. These essential fatty acids have been shown to be highly beneficial to skin, hair, muscles and joints, and may also help regulate mood and settle digestion. If your family is not a fan of oily fish such as salmon, then a spoonful of emu oil is a great dietary supplement to help the whole family boost their inner health.

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