Did you know . . .
In 1979, a Toyota Carola cost $3,698 and gas was 86 cents a gallon; ESPN made its debut and Michael Jackson released his breakthrough album “Off The Wall.” Also in 1979, the FDA approved the use of Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy for non-union of fractures.
- Cleopatra’s full name was Cleopatra VII Thea Philopator. She represented herself as the reincarnation of the Egyptian goddess Isis ruled for 21 years. She also recognized the benefits of magnets. Cleopatra also wore a lodestone, a naturally magnetized rock, on her forehead to make her skin look better and for more youthful, natural beauty.
- There are 86.4 million cats in the U.S. and 78.2 million dogs. The most recent estimates are that pets outnumber children by a 4-1 margin in the U.S. Also, perhaps the most widespread use of PEMF is in veterinary practice.
- Paracelsus was a 16th Century Swiss philosopher, physician, botanist and astrologer. He was credited with giving the element of zinc its name. Also, Paracelsus used magnets to cure illness and to help broken bones heal.
- In 2016, the Oska Pulse arrived on the market. What it doesn’t have: Wires, electrodes, gels or additional items that need to be purchased. What it does have: elastic and Velcro bands, painless, noninvasive pulsed electromagnetic field therapy delivered to any part of the body.
Go here (https://www.oskawellness.com/pages/science-blog) to read a curated, diverse portfolio of clinical trials, clinical research and medical studies about PEMF technology and Oska Pulse.