Silverliniment

This silver line is thin-floating and easy to work into the fur. It is a pure natural product that contains a number of well-proven ingredients.



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This silver line is thin-floating and easy to work into the fur. It is a pure natural product that contains a number of well-proven ingredients.

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100ml, 250ml

Content

Liniment

Colloidal silver

emu Oil

MSM (natural sulfur)

glucosamine sulfate

Vitamin E

Essential oils of Eucalyptus, Kajaput and Tuvvaktelber, Arnika and Glycerol.

About Emu oil

Emu oil extracted from the fat on the back of the bird. It contains vitamins A and E, both known to be antioxidants and remedies for cuts and wounds.

It also contains linoleic acid, which is the ingredient in the oil that is good for healing joint and muscle aches. Emuoljan also contains Sapogens, which provides softening benefits. In addition, it contains terpines that provide antiseptic properties to prevent infections on open wounds.

Finally, emuolan contains oleic acid. Among other things, the oleic acid is known to stimulate skin cell renewal and thus an important ingredient in anti-aging creams.

This is how one of Sweden’s leading EMU bird experts, Evert Bernro, says about how the EMU birds are treated:

Just knowing how far-fetched eagles in our country live. There is a comprehensive regulatory framework for ostrich farming. You must have had a special education to get permission to breed struts and emu s.c. cone license.

The chickens live in large shelter = pastures with 2 m wild boar around. They have access to shelters (each chicken must have several square meters at their disposal even though they always choose to stay close together when they rest).

They do not work in the same way as the ostrich, but eat from some plants and enjoy seeds as they pull off the plants with their beaks. They are fed with a special ostrich lining (based on lucerne).

Emf birds like much about fruit and some vegetables. (Easy to get over if you talk to your grocery store).

The chickens are slaughtered at 14 months of age – then the meat is considered to be the best. They go to the slaughterhouse – which must be approved for ostrich feeds – in special transportation.

In cases where I joined them (I wanted to know how they reacted) they were quite quiet during transport. They are checked by the veterinarian before and after slaughter. Of course, they are stunned before killing.

Can recommend “The Emufarmers Handbook” two volumes written by Maria Minnaar. In addition, a number of oyster farms are usually open for summertime viewing. Then you can easily see and understand how it all works.