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Palmitoylethanolamide, also known as PEA, is a endogenous fatty acid amide that has been demonstrated to exert a great variety of biological functions related to chronic pain and inflammation. Additionally, it has been shown to have anti-nociceptive, neuroprotective, and anticonvulsant properties. Indications for anti-inflammation and analgesia uses date as far back as before 1980. The birth of the molecule was in 1957 and it was in that year that 5 researchers believed that PEA was a natural anti-inflammatory agent. Later, in 1975, Czech physicians used PEA in a joint pain study where they found the analgesic actions to be comparable to that of Aspirin. Since then, PEA has been studied in a number of clinical trials for a variety of inflammations and pain states. Clinical opinions seem to show the most promising indications for chronic pain including diabetic neuropathy, sciatic pain, CRPS, pelvic pain and entrapment neuropathic painstates.
View the Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) Wikipedia to learn more about its benefits and uses.
Product includes one (1) 30g or 60g jar of Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) Powder.
*Attention: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It has not been approved, nor have these statements been evaluated, by the FDA.
PEA is an outstanding product, I'm stacking it with flavonones and cytokine modulators to control chronic pain and inflammation from a severe back injury. Prior to adding PEA, I lived in the 4/10 pain range all the time, and had one nearly unusable leg. Now I'm in the 0/10 pain range ~20 hours a day. The same leg I had no feeling in just pressed 300+ pounds at the gym a week ago. Only product negative was poor absorption of the as supplied flakes, mixing with lecithin may help those who can't mill this into a sub-micron powder. 21st Century Cyborg on 25th Jul 2016
My weed cravings have been starkly diminished after taking this. It enhances the effects of the body's natural cannabinoid, anandamide, which THC (active constituent of cannabis) mimics. My reduced cannabis intake was within 24 hours. I think I may have a shot at quitting, perhaps combined with Oleamide. Please, guys, consider oleamide and other cannabinergic-but-not-cannabinoid compounds! srubek on 22nd Jul 2016