Our Emu wins Gold again

Montreal Times - - News - By Martha Shan­non mtl­times.ca

Below is a re­sent tes­ti­mo­nial that I would like to share with you. While Erica raves about emu oil for her­self and her fam­ily, I have also in­cluded a cou­ple of emu sto­ries in­volv­ing pet cats. As I have of­ten men­tioned, our Aus­tralian ren­dered, un­re­fined emu oil is un­sur­passed.

“My sis­ter first heard about your com­pany at a trade show in Toronto. She has al­ways suf­fered from ter­ri­ble eczema, and had come home with your Emu Oil, which she swore has worked won­ders for her skin since her pur­chase. I do not suf­fer from eczema, how­ever, have bat­tled cys­tic acne my whole life, which has per­sisted into my adult­hood. I have tried ev­ery­thing. The creams, lo­tions, oils, and pills that I have tried over the years would surely shock you! Af­ter my sis­ter had so much suc­cess with the Emu Oil, she rec­om­mended it to my mother and I. My mother suf­fers from rosacea.We are fair (blonde hair, pale skin), and be­tween the three of us we seem to cover all skin ail­ments. I too have now be­come ad­dicted to your Emu Oil. My skin is look­ing bet­ter than it has in years, thanks to your won­der­ful prod­uct. I have re­cently re-stocked my emu oil, and pur­chased the Acne Oil (skin man­ager), as well as the Spoil Me Body oil as well. Thank you for your ded­i­ca­tion to nat­u­ral, safe, and ef­fec­tive skin care that has truly worked won­ders on my fam­ily." Erica, Toronto

A few years ago, I re­mem­ber my new lit­tle kit­ten was run­ning around ex­plor­ing. Be­fore I could save him, he hopped up onto our hot wood stove. Like the scared cats in Hal­loween movies he arched his back into the air, screech­ing in pain. I ap­plied emu oil to his wee hurt foot­pads and he im­me­di­ately calmed down.

A cus­tomer showed me a trou­bling photo of her sad cat that had re­cently re­acted to the medicine in­jected for a tooth clean­ing pro­ce­dure at the vet. The cat went into hys­te­ria, cry­ing in dis­com­fort and pro­ceeded over the next while to loose most of his hair. She said he was beyond mis­er­able and asked if per­haps we had any nat­u­ral cream or other prod­uct that might help him. As emu oil is so per­fectly pure and safe, I sug­gested it. She re­tuned the next day, ec­static. As soon as she ap­plied the emu oil, the cat had calmed and even­tu­ally even started purring.

If you do de­cide to try emu, know that the colour and tex­ture can vary from batch to batch. You may pur­chase a small bot­tle and the oil is a bright yel­low and the next time you pur­chase, it is a lit­tle more of a creamy yel­low. The qual­ity is not af­fected and these dif­fer­ences sim­ply have to do with na­ture be­ing it­self.

A truly nat­u­ral prod­uct has a shelf life. Makes sense. Emu oil is par­tic­u­larly frag­ile and is best kept cool, mean­ing re­frig­er­ated. Some peo­ple tell me their bath­rooms are colder in win­ter and the small 30 ml bot­tle of emu oil is fine.

We use emu oil every­where, for ev­ery­thing. Our emu sto­ries are ex­ten­sive and if you choose to use emu oil for your­self, for any­thing and ev­ery­thing, please do share the mirac­u­lous re­sults. And be re­minded, your furry friends can ben­e­fit too. Emu al­ways wins the GOLD!

We stand be­hind our prod­ucts. We give great cus­tomer ser­vice. Visit our on­line store: nat­u­ral.ca. Subscribe to our news­let­ter. Check out our BIOS. Meet us in per­son at the shop. ‘La Bou­tique Earth to Body’, 89 Lucerne, Pointe Claire, QC, H9R 2V1. Write to us at info@nat­u­ral.ca http://www.nat­u­ral.ca/en/

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