Blog 1: History of Ostrich Oil

There is a reason that the Ostrich has been around for 70 million years!
The use of Ostrich Oil for cosmetic beauty and healing properties is not a modern discovery. Historical documentation reports widespread use of Ostrich Oil by ancient Egyptian, Roman and African cultures well over 3,000 years ago. It is said that Cleopatra and Nephrites, the Queen of Sheba used ostrich oil to maintain their beauty. Refined oil from the Ostrich has been used for thousands of years to heal burns and reduce scarring, heal lesions and reduce skin irritations such as eczema, dermatitis, bed sores, dry skin, psoriasis to name a few.

Ostrich Oil provides relief from arthritis, joint pain, muscle aches, sprains & strains.

The Effect of Ostrich Oil on Joint and Muscle Pain:-
When joint or muscle pain hits, most people reach for tablets. However, there is a better alternative which has no ill-effects on the digestive system or other organs like most painkillers do – Ostrich Oil. Due to its powerful anti-inflammatory and superior penetrating properties, Ostrich Oil can penetrate the stratum corneum barrier (outer layer of skin) to provide relief from arthritis, as well as muscular aches and pains, bruising, strains and sprains.

Bruising and Muscle Pain:-
Ostrich oil can significantly reduce recent bruising and muscle pain where the injury is relatively superficial. The treatment being the massage and compress combination previously described. Similarly, sports related muscle strains have been significantly reduced with a post-exercise Ostrich Oil massage. Some trainers and masseurs use Ostrich Oil in preference to other oils, again indicating a superior anti-inflammatory action over commonly used embrocation.

The benefit of Ostrich Oil in reducing joint pain, swelling and stiffness is most evident on hands, feet, knees and elbows.
Stiff joints, particularly as seen in hands, is one area where massaging Ostrich Oil is of considerable benefit. The method used is to massage oil two or three times a day into the painful area.

Ostrich Oil is recommended for the relief of arthritis and muscular aches and pains. Previous studies have demonstrated the anti-inflammatory effects of Ostrich Oil on a variety of ailments and have shown that it may reduce swelling and inflammation and increase joint mobility. Ostrich Oil can also rapidly penetrate the skin barrier once applied so that it will quickly take effect on targeted areas such as sore muscles and joints.

Blog 2: Islamabad Ostrich Farms… Why Use Ostrich Oil?

Ostrich oil is high in Omega 3, 6 and 9, the skin loving Essential Fatty Acids. We know that the fatty acids are very important for cell growth, division and recovery. Some research shows that when the essential fatty acids, omega 3 and omega 6, are applied to wounds, they will show improvement. It is thought that it is the content of the Essential Fatty Acids in ostrich oil is why many find relief to skin problems. Ostrich oil is non-comedogenic, in other words, does not clog pores.

Ostrich oil is not a modern discovery but one reportedly used by ancient cultures to help heal and repair skin. It is said that Cleopatra and Nephrites, the Queen of Sheba used ostrich oil to maintain their beauty. Others used it to heal burns and reduce scarring, heal lesions and reduce skin irritations such as eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis.

Ostrich oil is an ideal ingredient to help maintain a soft and healthy skin as it contains these three fatty acids necessary for rejuvenating and repairing skin cells damaged through every day stress, exposure to weather, injury and aging.

Ostrich oil contains Omega 6 ( Lineic ) , Omega 9 ( Oleic ) Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s) and certain Vitamins and Amino Acids to help maintain the health of your skin membranes. Ostrich Oil penetrates deeply into the skin unlike petroleum based products and provides a luxurious moisture for hours without clogging pores.

Ostriches convert the vegetable oil in seeds to an animal fat that is extremely high in EFA’s. The Myelin Sheath, which insulates our nerves, consists of EFA’s and when the body lacks these, our nerves become irritated and inflamed which can cause many nerve and skin conditions. Because it replenishes the EFA’s, it is naturally soothing.

Ostriches are fed a vegetarian , all natural feed so no animal by-products, no growth hormones or antibiotics. This means a pure natural oil that is great for your skin.

Ostrich Oil can be combined with a number of Essential Oils to promote relief of many ailments.

There have been reports of Ostrich Oil, along with added Tea Tree oil, that has helped patients undergoing radiation treatments for Cancer. The oil has helped to relieve the painful aspects of burns. In addition, some have reported Ostrich Oil helping with Multiple Sclerosis leg cramps. These are based on individuals and are not a scientific study. We make no guarantees.

Ostrich Oil can separate if it is stored at lower temperatures and you may find the oil
” creamy ” at this point. Placing it in warm water for a short period of time will return the oil again.

Ostrich Oil

Oil from ostrich has been used for centuries. It is natural and soothing oil, highly penetrating, with natural anti-inflammatory characteristics offering natural pain relief, with excellent moisturizing capability. The ostrich oil is also available in “natural” to use as is or you may add your own favorite aromatherapy oil. Try it for: arthritis, rheumatism, skin moisturizer, acne and pimples, muscular aches, joint pains, sprains, massage, multiple sclerosis, antiseptic, burns, dry chapped skin, cracked heels, dry hair, and insect bites.

Ostrich oil has excellent penetrating qualities. It goes right through the skin barrier with the ability to carry other active ingredients with it deeply into the body.

Ostrich oil is naturally high in essential fatty acids, which are required by the body for health.

Linolenic Acid(Omega 3) can provide temporary relief of joint pain and aches and sprains. Another component, Oleic Acid(Omega 10)has a local anti-inflammatory effect on dermal tissues which helps stop the itch of poison ivy, rashes, insect bites. Together these fatty acids can restore the balance in cell membranes. Nerve cells thus rejuvenated are believed to have resulted in improvements to patients with multiple sclerosis.

Blog 3: 12 Amazing Benefits of Islamabad Ostrich Farm’s Ostrich Oil

What is ostrich oil? It’s an oil made from the rich, healthy fat present in ostriches.
Since ostriches are currently raised as a healthy red meat source, the fat can also be used to create amazing skincare products.

The Japanese cosmetic industry is the second largest in the world and a world leader in innovative approaches to research and development. They quickly saw the benefits of ostrich oil on the skin. For this simple reason, it is an important ingredient in most cold creams, face creams, and other Japanese skincare products.

Ostrich oil, can be used to support our bodies in so many ways. Are you wondering how to use ostrich oil, and what are the benefits of Ostrich Oil.

One of the biggest benefits of ostrich oil is that it’s loaded with essential fatty acids. These include omega 3, omega 6, and omega 9, and others. These acids are the essential components of many skincare products. Fatty acids support healthy cell membranes in our skin.

One of the most common ostrich oil uses is supporting and rejuvenating the skin. The fatty acids in the oil promote the new growth of skin cells. The other vitamins present in the oil also work to refresh and rejuvenate the skin for young, healthy feeling skin.

Thanks to the fatty acids and other components of ostrich oil, it’s incredibly moisturizing. Your skin will love the feeling that the oil provides. It penetrates the skin on a deep level, providing true, long-lasting relief.

Ostrich oil can be used to heal your skin and provide a youthful appearance. It can reduce common aging symptoms such as wrinkles and bags under the eyes.

Ostrich oil is hypoallergenic. This means it’s very unlikely to cause any type of allergic reaction. So even those with hypersensitive skin will enjoy the benefits of ostrich oil. It’s also non-comedogenic, meaning that the oil won’t block or clog your pores. This will prevent excessive breakouts of pimples and acne.

Other individual constituents of ostrich oil include carotenoids, flavones, polyphenols, tocopherol, and phospholipids. These are all powerful antioxidant agents that work to fight off free radicals in your body. When applied topically, the antioxidants in ostrich oil are absorbed into the skin. Not only do they heal your skin on the surface, but also fight free radicals once absorbed by your body.

Ostrich oil is naturally anti-inflammatory. This makes it great for soothing the skin and muscles. Use it as a massage oil for relief of sore or tight muscles, aches, pains, sprains, or inflamed joints. It can also help with arthritis, rheumatism, and multiple sclerosis.

The essential fatty acids (EFAs) found in ostrich oil can also support the nervous, cardio, and immune systems. They help to regulate blood pressure, heart rate, and inflammation. Omega fatty acids can also regulate metabolism and maintain our reproductive system and function. They also empower our bodies to fight against intruders such as infections.

Ostrich oil can also be used to support healthy-looking and feeling hair, whether on your head or your face. The moisturizing properties can soothe a dry scalp and prevent excess itching. To condition hair, simply massage a small amount into the ends before bed. Wash as you normally would in the morning for soft, smooth hair all day.

Those with skin conditions such as eczema or rosacea often struggle to find products that can help. The rashy, red itch often persists no matter what type of products are used. But due to the unique composition of ostrich oil, it can provide much-needed relief to the itch, as well as reduce redness due to eczema. It may even remedy the issue altogether.

Those with sunburns, bug bites, blisters, or minor cuts or scratches often reach for chemical-based products for relief. But with ostrich oil, you can experience natural itch and pain relief, decreased redness and swelling, and possibly faster healing times. Ostrich oil may also reduce the appearance of scars and other skin issues such as stretch marks and age spots.

Nobody enjoys the feeling of dry, cracked feet. Equally as unpleasant are greasy or sticky feet, which is often the result of other lotions or products. Ostrich oil provides deep, fast skin penetration in even the driest feet. Experience soft, grease-free feet for the first time in a long time. Regular use can bring fresh life into the skin on your toes and heels.