Palmitoylethanolamide, or PEA, is a substance that is produced naturally within the body but was also isolated from egg yolk, soy lecithin, and peanut meal more than half a century ago. Endogenously, this fatty acid amide binds to a receptor in the cell nucleus known as the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor alpha. It plays an important biological role within cells in response to pain. Palmitoylethanolamide appears to be produced in the body on-demand in areas of pain. Even though this receptor is its main target, PEA also affects other receptors in the body.
Research over the past several decades is leading to a greater understanding of the compound and its efficacy in improving conditions marked by pain, including research from the likes of Nobel Prize winner Rita Levi-Montalcini.
Liposomal palmitoylethanolamide greatly improves bioavailability of palmitoylethanolamide by protecting it from mentioned the enzymes and stomach acid, delivering it directly to the cells that need it and, thanks to the biocompatibility of liposome and cell membranes, letting all of the active ingredient into the cell.
Active Ingredient: PalmitoylethanolamideIngredients: 3,2% PEA
11,2% Lecithin (Soy)
0,2% Potassium Sorbate
Regular dosage is 7.5 ml a day (equal to 4 capsules per day) or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
After opening, store in the refrigerator. Use before the end date marked on the packaging. Store cool and dry. Not to be used by pregnant women.
Liposomal palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) should only be taken under medical supervision.