PEA is an endogenous, endocannabinoid-like lipid. It has no side effects, no addiction and no dependence.
PHYSIOMANCE PEA BIOASSIM provides 600 mg of Levagen®+ PEA per 4 capsules.
Levagen®+ PEA has the advantage of being of high quality and highly bioavailable.
PHYSIOMANCE PEA BIOASSIM is ideal for the nutritional support for inflammations, acute pain, chronic pain neuropathic pain, intractable pain.
Why choose PHYSIOMANCE PEA BIOASSIM from the THERASCIENCE Laboratory?
For its PEA Levagen®+, made from RSPO certified palm oil, respecting the principles of sustainable development, of high quality, highly bioavailable and with proven effectiveness.
Levagen®+ is a registred trademark of Gencor
Did you know it ?
Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience. There are different types of pain: acute pain and chronic pain. Acute pain is a one-off, alarm signal and aims to heal. It is caused by inflammatory molecules synthesised by injured cells, nerve endings and immune cells. These molecules bind to receptors called nociceptors. When pain lasts longer than 3 months, it is considered chronic. Within the body, the endocannabinoid system is responsible for pain relief. It is made up of different classes of receptors to which, among others, endocannabinoids, derivatives of fatty acids synthesised by the body, can bind. This is particularly the case for anandamide (the main representative of endocannabinoids) or endocannabinoid mimetics such as palmitoylethanolamide (PEA), which results from the combination of a fatty acid, palmitic acid, with an ethanolamine group, and whose structure is close to that of endocannabinoids. However, PEA does not bind to the same receptors as anandamide or other phyto-cannabinoids such as CBD. PEA thus has a so-called "endocannabinoid-like" action, allowing support for chronic but also acute pain, without inducing a psychotropic effect. Furthermore, PEA is indirectly responsible for increasing the concentration of anandamide by preventing its degradation, thus prolonging the action of this molecule.