Emu oil that is exported to the U.S. is, in our opinion, superior in
quality to U.S. oil for the following reasons:
in pens and farms
resulting in increased resistance to disease
|Corn, meat meal,
and hydrogenated oils in their diet
No worming medication necessary
to worming medications
consume a diet that is almost exclusively, and in some cases
exclusively, made up of natural leaves, bushes and insects
that provide the Emus with a resistance that birds in the
U.S. generally do not have, thus eliminating the need for
It becomes apparent from the above chart how inferior
genetics could result from generation to generation in
Australian and U.S. Emus produce different types of oil when
raised in different geographic areas.
Some of this is due to dietary differences, some due to
Australian oil, in our opinion, is of a superior quality.
Some lots of oil that may vary in color appear to be even
more biologically active than other lots.
There is a biologically active yellow-colored component
present in most Emu oil, but more abundant in some lots of oil.
There have been patents granted by the US government (to
a group of Australian researchers) relating to the
anti-inflammatory capabilities of this yellow-colored component.
These Australians have
conducted over a decade of research on all facets of Emu oil and
the genetics of Emus. This
yellow shading is very common among batches of Australian oil.