PEA Discomfort Relief
60 vegetarian chewable tablets | Item Catalogue Number: 02303
PEA (palmitoylethanolamide) is a compound naturally produced by your body. We’ve packed 600 mg of PEA into a convenient, chewable tablet so you can live comfortably.
An estimated 126 million U.S. adults report having experienced some kind of pain in the previous three months.
PEA Discomfort Relief Benefits
- Inhibits minor pain and discomfort
- Delivers convenience in berry-flavored chewables
Occasional, Minor Discomfort? We’ve Got You Covered
PEA Discomfort Relief packs 600 mg of PEA (palmitoylethanolamide) into a convenient, chewable tablet that has been clinically studied to relieve occasional minor pain.
PEA Discomfort Relief is a chewable supplement that relieves occasional minor pain. PEA (palmitoylethanolamide) is a compound naturally produced by your body. Now, we’ve packed 600 mg of PEA into a convenient, chewable tablet.
More facts about PEA Discomfort Relief
An estimated 126 million U.S. adults report having experienced some kind of pain in the previous three months. That’s where PEA Discomfort Relief comes in: Palmitoylethanolamide is a fascinating fatty acid that can help inhibit occasional discomfort.
PEA in clinical studies
PEA’s efficacy has been demonstrated in multiple clinical trials. For example: In a controlled trial that randomized 636 patients to placebo or PEA for three weeks, 600 mg of PEA every day significantly improved scores on assessments of relative comfort.
Convenient chewable tablets
PEA Discomfort Relief is a supplement that combines 600 mg of PEA in a convenient, berry-flavored chewable tablet. Chew one or two a day to relieve occasional minor pain and discomfort.
|Dosage and Use|
|Chew one (1) tablet once or twice daily, with or without food, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
Do not swallow tablets whole.
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