Christine Lennon takes us through the latest research and therapeutic implications of PEA and its sister compound: oleoylethanolamide (OEA).
Picking up where we left off in part 1 we continue the discussion of pain management with Dr Mark Donohoe.
Pain. We’ve all experienced it. But what is it, really? Today in part 1 of The Complexity of Pain Management we welcome back Dr Mark Donohoe, who discusses how our definitions and perceptions differ.
The exciting extemporaneous compound palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) provides clinical support for chronic, neuropathic pain and inflammation. ‘PEA is found in severalfood sources, includingsoy bean, soy lecithin,tomato, corn, milk, egg yolks and peanuts.7’