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Dr. Judy Morgan Launches All-Natural PEA Pain Relief Supplement

PEA, palmitoylethanolamide, binds to cells in the body to reduce pain and inflammation for cats, dogs and humans.

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(PRESS RELEASE) ZEBULON, NC — Dr. Judy Morgan DVM, CVA, CVCP, CVFT, America’s best known Natural Pet Advocate and Holistic Veterinarian of over 38 years, announces her very own human grade Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) product.

Brought to you by Dr. Judy’s company, Naturally Healthy Pets, Palmitoylethanolamide, also known as PEA, is a supplement that binds to cells in the body to reduce pain and inflammation for cats, dogs, and humans. Research has indicated it may be beneficial for diseases such as allergies, arthritis, syringomyelia, cystitis, and mast cell tumors.

While non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) come with serious side effects including vomiting, diarrhea, kidney failure, liver failure, stomach or intestinal ulceration, and stomach or intestinal perforation, PEA is a natural pain relief option that is both safe and effective for pets and people. PEA has no known side effects or drug interactions and can be used along with, or instead of, traditional medications. This is how Dr. Judy got her dogs off of the harsh drug Gabapentin!

Dr. Judy has seen for herself how well PEA has worked on her patients, and on her own dog Charlie who was in terrible pain, but he couldn’t tolerate traditional pain medications long term. Dr. Judy felt lost, but according to her, “I discovered a safe alternative that has been flying under medical radar because the original research publications were in Italian. Once I discovered PEA, I never looked back. For my Spaniels, they need this supplement in order to be able to remain off pain medication”.

Other success stories include a client with a cat that had a leg amputation. The cat was experiencing severe phantom limb pain, resulting in chronic over grooming and chewing on the stump until it was given PEA, which finally controlled the neuropathic pain. Another cat has chronic dental pain (genetic dental issues) and won’t eat unless given PEA. This supplement is truly life changing for so many of our furry family members.

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That’s why Dr. Judy wanted to bring this high quality product to the pet market because, “We wanted a pure ultra-micronized product with no fillers or flow agents. Many companies use rice powder as a flow agent, but pets with grain allergies can’t take that.”

PEA does not directly block pain signals the way opioids and analgesics do. Instead, PEA is part of our natural signaling system, and is not a pharmaceutical drug. Also, there are no known drug interactions with PEA; it is considered a safe, natural option.

Instead of using NSAIDs, opioids or steroids, why not give your pet the relief they deserve, naturally?

For more information or to make a purchase, Dr. Judy’s PEA is available here.

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