What is PEA?
PEA is an endogenous (manufactured by the body) endocannabinoid (very similar to CBD and can be used on conjunction). It is a fatty acid amide and found in many foods. Nobel prize winner Levi-Montalcini identified PEA as a naturally occurring molecule, describing its value in treating chronic infections and pain. Following its discovery hundreds of scientific studies have been carried out to show that it is very effective and safe to use (no side effects and no drug interactions (unlike CBD).
What does PEA do in our body?
PEA, while natural to the body, frequently does not meet the body's needs when presented with chronic pain, inflammation, depression/anxiety, etc. Supplementing the body's shortage can have a significant, positive impsct opn the above mentioned pathologies. Like CBD, PEA is an agonist (stimulates) very specific receptors that mediate pain and inflammation.
Specific conditions with evidence of benefits of PEA
Neuroinflammation (neuropathic pain)
Muscular cramps (night time cramping)
Traumatic brain injury
Mast cell activation syndrome
Anxiety and depression
Chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS)
Chemo induced neuropathy
Decrease blood pressure
How do I take PEA?
The PEA That I recommend comes in powder form. Each scoop (scoop provided) is 600mg. Most of the clinical studies suggewst 600mg 1 to 2 times a day. Each dose can be mixed with food of choice (no taste and the fattier the food the better) or preferably mix the dose with a teaspoon of oil (coconut, olive, mct oil (medium chain triglyceride ), avacado, fish, etc. This enhances absorption and increases blood levels.
For additional supplement information contact Amy Ferris 940-372-4596
$45.00 for 36 grams (once daily dosing=60 days.)