Crocodile Oil: The Miracle Cure for Eczema and Other Skin Ailments (Pt 1)
By Teri Mendes
Crocodile oil is extracted from the fatty tissues of crocodiles and has been used both as preventative and a treatment for a number of human ailments and conditions for many years and across numerous cultures, including Ancient Egypt.
Crocodiles have the strongest immune system in the world. Scientists have discovered that deep wounds on crocodiles inflicted during battles with other crocodiles rarely get infected. In fact, the wounds heal rapidly even in contaminated swampy conditions. Crocodile oil has been analyzed by the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) and the results show that it is rich in Omega 3, 6 & 9 which are known to have beneficial properties for the body and skin. Other beneficial properties discovered are a number of rare essential fatty acids which were found in a high concentration.
Crocodiles are farmed for their meat same as cattle and chickens. The meat is low in cholesterol and is regarded as a delicacy in restaurants around the world. The fat is a by product of farming unless used for medical purposes it is discarded. There is only 800g of suitable fat that can be obtained from an individual crocodile and this produces only half a litre of pure oil.
Crocodile oil is an ingredient not a medicine and it has been used as a natural remedy for centuries as a skin healer in many countries, but is only now available due to extensive crocodile farming worldwide. It is reputed that Cleopatra used crocodile oil to enhance her beauty, and that internationally well-known brands of skin care products also contain the same essential oils in their anti aging products.
CONVENTION OF INTERNATIONAL TRADING OF ENDANGERED SPECIES (CITES)
Repcillin CC are the only company worldwide which has all its fat undergo strict testing by the CITES organization to ensure its purity and quality before manufacturing the fat into a balm.
Used topically, it is reported that crocodile oil has beneficial results keeping the skin supple thus preventing and healing a number if skin problems found in humans. There are numerous testimonials on the internet where eczema, psoriasis and solar keratosis have been healed. The Daily Telegraph reported that Omega 3 can help eczema in a recent article. Also, National Geographic produced a television documentary where scientist Adam Britton tested the serum of crocodiles and found that it could fight off the super bug MRSA. Their discovery was reported by the BBC and published throughout the Internet.
Crocodile oil is extracted from the fatty tissues of crocodiles and has been used both as preventative and a treatment for a number of human ailments and conditions for many years and across numerous cultures, It is somewhat red in colour, and less viscous than alligator oil. Both were used in the tanning industry. Next week I will be sharing a live testimony of someone who used crocodile oil and her results with it. I will also be discussing the 5 reasons why crocodile oil is the new coconut oil.