Emu Oil offers hope to chemotherapy patients
Following the clinical trials that were conducted at the University of Adelaide, cancer researchers concluded that ingesting Emu Oil on a regular basis has therapeutic potential for the treatment of a variety of common bowel diseases in addition to the intestinal damage caused by cancer chemotherapy. They believe that ingesting the oil daily will help prevent and decrease the amount of damage caused by the use of chemotherapy drugs. Furthermore, they believe that the healing and anti-inflammatory properties of the oil will help to heal damages that do result. Shown again there is great promise in Emu Oil uses.
Emu oil has been studied in other contexts in terms of its effectiveness in reducing inflammation of the skin, inflammation caused by arthritis and other types of inflammation. Across the board, the Emu Oil has been found remarkably effective.
A standard therapeutic dose has not yet been determined
The Adelaide University research found that chemotherapy patients who ingested Emu Oil experience increased mucosal growth. Researchers plan to build on these positive results with further and more intensive studies in which they will determine the best dosage of Emu Oil for the greatest efficacy. They speculate that the development of the habit of simply taking Emu Oil as a standard nutritional supplement may prove to be very valuable in general, and especially those who are suffering from problems such as crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and irritable bowel syndrome.
The best news for the general public is that; although an official therapeutic dose has not yet been set, many health conscious people the world over take Emu Oil capsules every day as a dietary supplement. It’s best to purchase Emu Oil Capsules that have been sourced from birds raised in Australia in the Aboriginal tradition. Just as with any supplement, you should strive to obtain a high quality product that is free of chemicals, artificial ingredients and fillers.
Emu Tracks Bio-Active Emu Oil is used exclusively in all the gastro intestinal research conducted at the University of Adelaide due to its established and proven activity.