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Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) Powder

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    Palmitoylethanolamide Powder

    Palmitoylethanolamide Powder Benefits and Uses

    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 pain. Additionally, it has been shown to have neuroprotective properties. Pain management support dates 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 pain management supplement.

    Palmitoylethanolamide Dosage

    As a dietary supplement, take 400mg of Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) Powder once daily.

    Palmitoylethanolamide Reviews

    Get more insight by reading Palmitoylethanolamide reviews below.

    CAS: 544-31-0

    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.

     

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    1. Helped my low back pain

      This is my first time using "PEA" powder, so far it seems to be helping to decrease my low back pain (took some time to be effective). Even my doctor was impressed and had noticed the difference.

      Interested in seeing how it will work long term.

      Using a small inexpensive digital scale (Gemini ?) to weigh out dose. Easy and simple. Found the product does not dissolve well in water, so I simply take and chase and have started making capsules.
      on 6th Jun 2018

    2. Not much noticable effects but..

      It's fine on 18th Dec 2017

    3. Provisional rating....

      Unfortunately, this site had PEA available only as a powder and I have not had the time to chase down capsules or an accurate enough scale. (I know, buy it online....) I really wish this site sold some of these other items to just make it all easier and more convenient. That said, I anticipate, and hope for, relief from pain when using this. My list of injuries is kind of extensive and this could be a good addition to my arsenal when trying to cope. on 4th Sep 2017

    4. remedied

      I take 2 capsules morning and evening. Sleep is a breeze. I'm a near-to 69 year old woman landscaper. My day today was moving boulders, arguing with CenturyLink, planting, and digging a trench for a 4" drainage pipe. Couldn't be happier. on 20th Jul 2017

    5. Bad batch or bad product for Neuropathic Pain

      Did nothing for reduction in my chronic nerve pain from a lower back injury causing Sciatica in my leg. I used it alone and in conjunction with prescribed, OTC, and other alternative forms of pain relief for over a week straight. VERY DISAPPOINTING. Agmatine is one example of something that has helped me. This Palmitoylethamide stuff was a total dud.
      Might as well have been a placebo. I wasn't looking for a psychotropic/psychoactive effect. Just pain reduction. Money Wasted.
      on 25th Jun 2017

    6. Great product! but large flakes don't absorb well

      PEA is an outstanding product, I'm stacking it with flavonones and cytokine modulators. Prior to adding PEA, I lived in the 4/10 pain range all the time. Now I'm in the 0/10 pain range ~20 hours a day. 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. on 25th Jul 2016

    7. Initial impressions = stunned

      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! on 22nd Jul 2016

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