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  • 3 of the Best Supplements for Inflammation

    Inflammation is a natural part of your body’s healing process, but it can also be harmful. Chronic inflammation can cause damage to digestion, joints, and even your heart. Fortunately, there are natural supplements that can help provide relief. Fish oil, resveratrol, and curcumin are 3 of the best supplements for inflammation - here’s why:

    Fish Oil

    You probably know that fish oil is rich in omega-3 fatty acids. You may even know those are good for you, but do you know why? Inflammation can be caused by biochemicals your body produces, including cyclooxygenase and interleuken-1. Omega-3 fatty acids reduce the body’s production of those biochemicals. Your body naturally produces lipoxins, which fight inflammation. As you get older, your body produces fewer lipoxins, which is why arthritis tends to worsen with age. The components in fish oil stimulate your body’s production of lipoxins, making it one of the best supplements for inflammation.


    If you’ve ever heard that red wine is good for you and wondered how that could be, the answer is resveratrol. Resveratrol is a chemical produced by certain types of plants - including grapes - in response to physical damage or attack by pathogens. Like fish oil, it inhibits your body’s production of inflammation-causing biochemicals like cyclooxygenase. It also stimulates your body’s production of the protein MyD88 short, which regulates inflammatory signaling pathways. A study performed by the University of Connecticut School of Medicine in 2007 found that resveratrol’s anti-inflammatory properties are also cardioprotective, meaning the supplement is good for your heart, too.


    Curcumin is a primary component of turmeric and the chemical responsible for giving the spice its yellow coloring. It’s used in food, cosmetics, dyes, and by itself as a supplement. Curcumin is a powerful antioxidant that reduces inflammation by protecting your cells from free radical molecules, which are pro-inflammatory. A study conducted jointly by universities in Iran and Australia found that Curcumin is especially useful in reducing inflammation related to osteoarthritis.

    Supplements can certainly be helpful and come with many health benefits, but it can take time before you see them take effect. If you want to know how to reduce inflammation in the body in less time, learn more about PEMF technology and how Oska Pulse works at the cellular level to decrease inflammation and relieve pain.

    As always, make sure you check with your doctor before adding supplements to your diet.

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Julie, age 50.

Lower back pain

Julie is a registered nurse at the UCSD Medical Center.  She works in the operating room, specializing in abdominal, liver, and kidney transplants.

 Julie primarily wears her Oska Pulse while at work. “There is a lot of heavy lifting every day.  From instrument trays to moving patients around—it takes a toll on my back. I put Oska Pulse on with the strap and keep it around my waist all day at work – even during coffee and lunch breaks.  I also work out every morning, doing cross fit exercises at the gym.  Rowing and weight training for the most part.  Oska Pulse works great for my post-workout recovery.”

 Julie is a Southern California native who is married with two teenage children.  The family lives in Oceanside, which is just a few miles from the beach. “We love being so close to the ocean.  We bring our two dogs to walk along the beach and we go on various hikes.  My Oska Pulse is always with me – at work and play.  The relief I’m getting with Oska Pulse has been amazing.  My lower back thanks you, Oska Wellness!”