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Have you been dealing with chronic pain for some time? Have you tried OTC medication and prescribed medication with little to no relief? I think many of us could raise our hands and shake our heads yes to those two questions. You might have even uttered the words “When will this pain end?” I’ve been there many days. That was until I had the opportunity to sample the Oska Pulse pain relief device, and realized pain relief was only a push of a button away.
For some time, my sister and I have been suffering from chronic pain. She has osteoarthritis, that makes it hard for her to stand for long periods of time. While I have a chronic condition that affects my muscles. I am in constant pain whether it may be super intense or a dull ache. So, when the opportunity was presented to use the Oska Pulse I was skeptical until I had the opportunity to sit in on a call with the owner.
How the Oska Pulse works?
The Oska Pulse is patent-pending, was invented in Australia, and uses a unique proprietary eTec pulse technology. As the website sites “When cells are injured or have degenerated, they lose their electrical potential and are no longer able to exchange ions, causing inflammation and pain.” The Oska Pulse uses PEMF technology to restore the electrical potential cells need to receive nutrients and oxygen, which stimulates cellular regeneration, therefore relieving pain, and activating the body’s natural recovery process.
What to expect
No need to worry, you won’t experience any terrible burning or stinging sensation. PEMF technology is intended for you to feel nothing, although some people like myself and my sister, experience a warming sensation of the afflicted area due to increased blood flow. Now this is not an immediate resolution to pain. Please understand that it will take several sessions before you experience the full benefit of the Oska Pulse.
Is Oska Pulse Right for Me?
Do you suffer from the following conditions;
- Muscle aches
- Shooting or stabbing pain
- Pain that radiates down the leg
- Limited flexibility or range of motion
- Knee pain
- Joint stiffness
- Muscle and join pain
- Menstrual cramps
- Plantar fasciitis
- Tennis elbow
- Carpal tunnel
If so, then Oska Pulse is the pain relief option for you.
How to Use:
- Turn on the device
- Place on area generating pain
- Sit back and relax for your non-invasive 30-minute recovery session
- Drink water to maximize benefits.
My personal experience with the Oska Pulse was positive but I was not consistent therefore I didn’t get the full benefit. However, my poor sister was in severe pain and I didn’t want to be selfish and keep this gem to myself, so I let her use it. Keep in mind she has osteoarthritis in her back and she suffer from PCOS, which causes painful menstrual periods. She was doubled over in pain and could barely stand. I gave her the Oska Pulse and she used the included strap to wrap the device around her, alternating between her back and stomach.
I am happy to report that with continued use of the Oska Pulse she was able to get a good night’s rest. She reported that her cramps lessened, and I saw her pick up a laundry basket with little to no effort. In my book that makes this device a winner.
In about two months I will update this article with my experience using the device continually. I may have to pry it from my sister, but I will surely come back to update you all.
Really? How Much?
The Oska Pulse retails for $399.00 and offers the opportunity to purchase in three easy payments. But, from now until Dec. 31st, you can get the Oska Pulse for $299!
What is included?
In the device you will receive:
- Oska Pulse
- Large compression wrap
- USB Cable
- User Manual
The only question left is, are you ready to be pain-free? If so, give Oska Pulse a try, if in 30 days you are not convinced, return it for a full refund.
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