Hanna’s Emu Products: Healing from the Inside – Out

June 19th, 2013 · 3 Comments · Healthy Living, Joint Pain

Emu Oil and Its Uses

Hanna detected deep-seated poisons (mercury/MSG/aluminum) inside the body and formulated Emu Mu liquid with purple light!

Natural remedies for healing can sometimes be found in unexpected places… like the emu. Aborigines of the Australian Outback have relied on the oil of emu for thousands of years and its popularity is constantly gaining momentum. Hanna, believing greatly in the therapeutic benefits of emu oil, created products to be used internally and externally to provide relief from smoothing wrinkles without clogging your pores to addressing high cholesterol in a natural way. Find out how emu oil can benefit you!

When applied to the skin the oil is hailed for wrinkles, burns, psoriasis, sore muscles, gout, inflammation, stretch marks, athlete’s foot, toenail fungus, diaper rash, poor circulation, dandruff, eczema, acne, wounds, and arthritis, among other uses and also provides the nervous system support and relief from stiffness. How could the oil be so powerful and address so many complaints? Studies have shown that the oil penetrates through several layers of the dermis and actually “feeds” the skin, from babies to the elderly. Some companies add the oil to shampoo or pain creams and because emu oil is noncomedogenic (wont clog pores or cause breakouts) it is an excellent addition to cosmetics. When taken by mouth, emu oil has been shown to improve cholesterol levels, benefit weight loss, support the nervous system, address stiffness in joints, and as an effective cough syrup for cold and flu.

Hanna’s Emu Products

H0009_3[1]Emu Mu is a proprietary blend of emu oil and sesame seed oil that is taken internally. Hanna recommended taking the formula for any type of shaking disorder and to support the central nervous system.  It also provides relief from stiffness throughout the body which is why it is especially popular with aging individuals. Emu Mu is a good emulsifier (fat metabolizer), bacteriostatic (inhibits bacterial growth), hypoallergenic, and noncomedogenic.

Emu Rub is another Hanna product that is popular with aging individuals and is commonly used topically along with the Emu Mu.  It is applied to the skin for relief from stiffness and H0008_2[1]support to the nervous system. Emu oil is blended with sesame oil, menthol, vitamin A, vitamin E, collagen, phenol, and aloe vera for a soothing lotion. Like the Emu Mu, it is also a good emulsifier, bacteriostatic, hypoallergenic, and noncomdeogenic.

If you’d like to create your own rub or just want to use pure emu oil, we’ve got that too! This Emu Oil provides the same benefits as Emu Mu and the Emu Rub but can be used by itself or mixed with your favorite lotion. Because it is pure oil, be careful when using as this product may stain clothes and bedding.   A little goes a long way!

dermatone_web[1]Derma Tone is a unique blend of emu oil with sweet almond oil; white willow bark extract; vitamins C, A, D, and E; lysine; an amino acid complex; and essential oils of lemon and lavender in an aloe, collagen, elastin and alpha-hydroxy base. Hanna created Derma Tone to firm, tone, and revitalize skin and it is especially popular for anyone wishing to address wrinkles and fine lines on their face. Applying this product morning and evening will naturally help your skin look younger while the blend of oils will nourish and protect from sun or weather damage.

No matter if you’re addressing dry hair, brittle nails, skin issues, arthritis, or wounds, emu oil is a safe and natural solution for so many health ailments and cosmetic issues. As a pain reliever, anti-inflammatory, and powerful source of essential fatty acids, products containing emu oil are a smart choice, at any age!


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  • mary

    I am not in favor of raising animals just to use their oil. I read they are killed before their life span.

    • Sara Beth

      We respect that everyone has their own beliefs and we all need to make choices that feel right for us, but the emus are not just raised for their oil; people eat emu. The farm that our emu oil comes from treats their emus exceptionally well; they have very good lives with free ranging in a rural setting and are cared for by someone who respects them. Please keep in mind that many capsules are made from bovine (cows) and not all, but most people eat animals for survival. We believe that the care and respect of the animal during their life is important and we appreciate your comment.

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