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I know the topic of emu oil has practically been exhausted, but I need to ask this anyways. I remember once reading a topic where white emu oil and yellow emu oil was compared against one another, and I think the general conclusion was that the yellow was better. Now, I just ordered and received some emu oil off of Ebay, and it's white. Is that bad? I'm still gonna use it because it was 10 damn dollars, but I was wondering why the yellow emu oil is considered 'better' than the creamy white.

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