PEA (palmitoylethanolamide) made in America – like PeaPure


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Vitalitus

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Palmitoylethanolamide is now sold in the US as PEA by Vitalitus. It should be very comparable with the product PeaPure from the Netherlands. Since a Nobel Prize winner rediscovered it in 1993, over 400 scientific papers have been published on it. It is a food supplement, your brain makes it, plants make it. It is nontoxic, a glial modulator that works on the innate immune system, inflammation and mast cells, among many functions.

 

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Remember, you need to take PEA capsules with something a little fatty, like milk, or peanut butter, or buttered toast. Otherwise, it will not absorb. Because it is lipophilic, i.e. likes fat, it does not dissolve in water. Only oil.

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Dosage – use the search functions on left column for PEA or palmitoylethanolamide or PeaPure. You will find where I previously imported the instructions from the Netherlands website.

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PeaPure has helped intractable nerve pain. We published in 2014 the case of a woman in remission after 8 years of vulvodynia, treated with PeaPure.

 

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I have been very pleased with PeaPure (palmitoylethanolamide) for neuropathic pain. It is available in a capsule as a food supplement called PEA, without prescription.

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[Edited 12-13-16 for repetitious comments. Link added.]

 

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The material on this site is for informational purposes only.

It is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment provided by a qualified health care provider.

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3 Responses to “PEA (palmitoylethanolamide) made in America – like PeaPure”

  1. engelsfrance Says:

    Indeed I read all the papers from Pr Hesselink and consulted his neuropathic institute in Utrechcht- Netherlands 3 times. They really place the patients in the center of their concerns ( just as I imagine you do) I took PEA pure for several month.
    As a Trigeminal neuropathy patient ( PPTTN) PEA didn’t help me, but I understood Trigeminal nerve has such a huge topography on cortex, our fifth nerve’s neuropathy is really intractable ( only anti seizure drug can eventually help hiding our pain, it doesn’t work for me though) . However, spending some time reading comments from chronic pain groups on Facebook, I have seen numerous positive comments concerning PEA. And as we feel absolutely no side effects from PEA, I would encourage other patients/readers to give it a try…and share
    I am very glad it can help many patients!!! Getting a life back with natural substances….what a dream!!! ( I am a certified osteopath and have a Master in aromatherapy from an Australian College, so I am convinced natural substances could help so many of us). Thank you Dr Sajben for your dedicated work and shares!

    • Nancy Sajben MD Says:

      It was a wonderful discovery for me. May we all find many more. Thank you for your comment. Trigeminal nerve can be a tough one. Cranial nerves are whole different beasts.

    • Nancy Sajben MD Says:

      True. Pain of cranial nerves, meaning nerves of the head such as Trigeminal Neuralgia, do not respond to most medication that are used for pain with the exception of epilepsy medications such as carbamazepine and oxcarbazepine for TGN.

      Just like people, pain syndromes require individualized approaches.


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