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Unrefined vs Refined Emu Oil. Need help.?

I'm in a dilemma.

Refined emu oil is safer BUT would it destroy most of its constituents like Essential fatty Acids (EFAs)?

Unrefined evrything intact (EFAs) but bacterial risks? However, isn't it that bacteria can't survive in oil?

Can someone pls enlighten me. Thanks.

You can get emu oil in 3 different grades:

1) crude - used for soaps and animal feed products

2) Once refined - used for industrial purposes

3) Fully-refined - used for cosmetic, pharmaceutical and dietary supplements.

Fully-refined emu oil is the grade of emu oil you would want to use for skin care. It is the purest and highest quality grade of emu oil.

Fully-refined emu oil has been processed at high temperatures to remove any potential contaminants, such as toxic metals and harmful bacteria.

More info here: http://www.healthy-oil-planet.com/buying-emu-oil.html

*The American Emu Association has done studies and found that high temperatures used to process the emu oil doesn't affect the fatty acid content.

The American Emu Assocation (AEA) is a non-profit organization that provides leadership and guidelines for the emu farming industry in the USA. Members of the AEA practise humane-farming methods. They don't use steroids, antibiotics or hormones on their emus. The emus are raised in a free-range environment.

Emus were historically used for their meat by the Aborigines of Australia. The emu oil (traditionally from the fat pad found on the birds' back) was used as a medicinal balm for sunburn, arthritis and other skin conditions common to the Aborigines living in the hot, Australian desert.

Contrary to some people's opinions, emus are not an endangered species. There are over 1 million emus in emu farms in the U.S. They're also farmed in Canada, New Zealand and China.

The AEA has a certification program for fully-refined emu oil. For emu oil to receive a certification from the AEA, it needs to be analyzed by a certified American Oil Chemist (a member of the American Oil Chemist Society) to meet very stringent standards.

The processing facilities need to be approved by the USDA, FDA or State-approved in order to get AEA-certified.
A sample of every batch of AEA-certified emu oil is kept in case there's a question regarding the purity of the oil.

There are a number of AEA-certified emu oils available from emu farms. This is the only certification process for emu oils in the United States. You can get emu oils that aren't AEA-certified, but you won't know if there is any testing to validate the purity of the oil.

Emu oil is a great natural skin care product. I've been using it for years and am very happy with how well it works for my skin.

Hope this info helps you out!

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