Natural Healing from Mother Earth
Powerful, Proprietary, Patented All Natural Formula
Mother Earth provides the natural ingredients. InTerra concentrates Tart Cherry, Natural Emu Oil and Omega 3-6-9 into our powerful, proprietary, patented formula.
Harmony between science & nature.
The InTerra formulation is non-greasy & deep-penetrating. Emu oil is well known for being easily absorbed by the skin. And the Omega oils are included for their potential to block inflammatory cytokines and prostaglandins. Collagen production may be improved, leaving skin more elastic and eliminating wrinkles at the molecular level.
The anti-inflammatory properties in InTerra's responsibly-sourced ultra-refined emu oil work to reduce swelling and may minimize pain. The anti-inflammatory effects of emu oil may help reduce body pain caused by swelling; naturally absorbent, emu oil may provide relief from sprains, strains, bruising, & sore muscles.
The same inflammation that can cause swelling and aches in joints and muscles may also cause headaches and migraines. InTerra's combination of emu oil, Omega 3-6-9, and tart cherry antioxidant may help relieve symptoms of headache or painful migraine, by simply massaging InTerra Head & Body Serum into pain points, like the temples.
Decreased collagen production has been linked to fybromyalgia, and studies suggest emu oil's positive effect on collagen production, while a first ever reported case study series suggests that omega-3 fatty acids may be of benefit in the management of patients with neuropathic pain, including those with fibromyalgia. Tart cherry's reported anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory uses include potentially reducing pain from fibromyalgia, as well as improving sleep. Applying emu oil may help dull the symptoms of neuropathy for greater comfort while moving and at rest.
And a study from Queen Mary University of London and published in the Journal of Neuroscience highlights potential relief from Omega 3 that could help recovery from injuries to nerves, while the reported anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of tart cherry, demonstrated as a potential relief agent for arthritides, appear to be potentially applicable to neuropathic pain as well.