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.
Scientist have recently become excited and intrigued about the healing and cosmetic benefits of fatty acids Omega 3, 6 and 9.
Oil from the Ostrich has garnered very promising results, which just supports what has been known for centuries.
It is this current commitment to researching omegas that has recently uncovered data that proves that the Ostrich has incredibly high content levels of these good fats, especially compared to the more commonly known sources.
Scientists are concluding that not only do these two ratite birds contain very high levels of Omegas, they also conclude that the Ostrich oil in some categories is more superior than Emu Oil.