The following is a typical analysis of our emu oil :
Product Identification: Emu Oil
Uses: Emollient in skin care products
At 20 degrees C.(68 F.), emu oil is a semi solid white mass similar in body to a typical hand lotion. This can vary.
At 60 degrees C.(140 F.), it is a practically clear completely flow able, slightly yellow tinted liquid with almost no odor
Boiling point: > 150 degrees
Refractive index: 1.4569
Vapor pressure: NA
Acid value: Max. 0.50
Flash point: >140 degrees
Saponification value: 185-200
Iodine value: 81
Water content: 0.05%
Anisidine value: 2
Color: 0.1R 1.0Y
Specific gravity: 0.91g/ml
Peroxide value: 0m Eq/1000ml (low peroxide value = long shelf life)
Constituents (fatty acids)
Mean content %
C14:0 myristic 0.8
C16:0 palmitic 21.5
C16:1 palmitoleic 4.8
C18:0 stearic 10.9
C18:1 oleic 45.6
C18:2 linoleic 13.9
C18:3 linolenic 0.6
(There can be as many as 25 total identified specific fatty acids in lesser amounts than those listed above in any given sample than those stated above. The complexity of emu oil can at times defy definition according to research.)
Health Hazard Information:
Emu oil is an edible oil and has NO known adverse health effects.
According to Federal Hazardous Substances Act Regulations (16CFR 1500.41) emu oil is NOT a primary dermal irritant.
According to 16CFR 1500.42 emu oil is NOT an ocular irritant.
According to 16CFR 1500.3 emu oil is not toxic to rats.
Precautions for Use:
Exposure limits: Not considered hazardous. There are no known Threshold Limited Values for emu oil.
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