Endorphinate PR (Pain Relief)
What is an endorphin? Endorphins are endogenous opioid peptides that naturally exist within the human body. The body’s own natural en, as well as exogenous opioid drugs like Vicodin and Oxycontin, oxycontin provide a sense of calm, comfort, well being, and pleasure.
Endorphinate® PR (Pain Relief) provides similar (but more modest) benefits as AR with regard to emotional and physical distress while also helping to relieve minor pain (unassociated with any disease state).
- Helps promote a reduction in inflammation and minor pain unassociated with any disease state, i.e. muscle pain following exercise.
- Relief from tension, anxiety, anger, and cravings.
- Reduced physical and emotional distress due to endorphin imbalances & inflammation.
- Enhanced adaptive response to many types of stress.
- Increased comfort, calm, energy, positive mood, concentration, and well-being.
- Improved emotional, interpersonal, sexual, and mental functioning.
- Greater self-control over feelings, thoughts, behaviors, and substance use.
Active Ingredients: White Willow Bark, N-Acetyl Cysteine, Guarana Extract (50% caffeine), L-Theanine (L-TeaActive), Boswellia Extract (Apres-Flex™), Magnesium Sulfate, Pyridoxal 5 Phosphate (P5P, Folic Acid, Vitamin B-12.
Inactive ingredients: rice bran, ascorbyl palmitate. Vegetarian capsules: vegetable cellulose.
Suggested Use: Although many people receive the benefits they require from two capsules daily, some find that they prefer four capsules daily. Most people start with one capsule, twice daily, and many then increase to two capsules, twice daily. Some people find that up to six capsules taken throughout the day provides them desired personal benefits.
Endorphinate® PR is well tolerated by most individuals. The only side effects reported (by less than 5% of respondents to our survey) were sleep-related. These concerns were resolved by using only CF in the evening.
Disclaimer: “These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.”