Does PEA get you high?
Taken in doses of 500mg-1.5g per dosage, every few hours, PEA provides the user a feeling of euphoria, energy, stimulation, and overall well being. Esp when combined with the mao-b inhibitor, hordenine, PEA takes on a whole new level of euphoria and overall happiness.
What does phenylethylamine do to the body?
Phenylethylamine (PEA) is a hormone-like substance that occurs naturally in your brain and body. It functions as a neurotransmitter that gives you heightened focus, attention, goal-directed behavior, and task-completion.
Can phenylethylamine kill you?
As with ANY stimulant, if you are some lard ass or have heart problems, DO NOT TAKE IT because it can kill you as it causes a blood pressure spike mostly because you are unhealthy.
Is Pea dangerous?
PEA is a natural substance produced by the body and found in various foods. It is not an opioid. It is not addictive. Preliminary studies indicate that PEA does not develop pharmacological tolerance or gradually lose effectiveness over time as occurs with opioids.