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PALMITOYLETHANOLAMIDE (PEA)

PALMITOYLETHANOLAMIDE (PEA)

Precio habitual $30.00 USD
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Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) is a fatty acid that is naturally produced by the body in response to inflammation and pain. This fatty acid is known as a peripherally-acting pain reliever. This is because PEA is produced in the body on-demand and works at the site of injury or tenderness to lower inflammation and turn off the pain signal. Although the body makes PEA, supplementing with this naturally occurring fatty acid may help target the underlying cause of pain in a variety of pain states.

Acetaminophen and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are commonly used as first-line treatment for pain. However, they are not free of side effects and long duration use can be dangerous. As such, safer alternatives are needed. PEA has an established safety profile and, unlike NSAIDs, has no documented negative impact on cardiovascular or organ health.

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take one (1) softgel up to three times daily or as directed by a healthcare practitioner

Daily use of our PEA supplement may:

  • Support reductions in minor pain
  • Serve as a safe alternative to commonly used analgesics

WHAT MAKES THIS PRODUCT DIFFERENT THAN TUMERIC?

Unlike most of the compounds in Tumeric+, PEA is made naturally in the human body to combat inflammation directly at the sites of pain. Due to the unique nature of this compound, we elected to develop it as a standalone dietary supplement.

WILL USE RESULT IN DEPENDENCE OR ADDICTION?

No. PEA has an established safety profile and use does not result in dependence or addiction.

IS PEA SAFE FOR LONG TERM USE?

Yes. When used at recommended doses, PEA is safe to use long term with documented use in humans up to 12 months with no adverse side effects reported.

IS PEA SIMILAR TO PAIN-KILLERS?

No. Unlike opioid pain-relievers, PEA does not involve the body's opioid receptors.

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