Did you know? What are β-endorphins?
Known as "happy hormones" or "feel-good hormones", endorphins are neuropeptides, i.e. amino acid chains produced by the brain, and are well known for their usefulness in pain management.
Within this family of peptides, Beta-endorphin plays a key role in the biological response to stress.
When its level in the bloodstream rises sufficiently, β-endorphin provides a rapid and brief sensation of well-being.
From antiquity to biotechnology
We've designed a product to combat lassitude based on one of the oldest scientific observations in pharmacology.
Pliny the Elder (who died in 79 during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius) already asserted in his book "Natural History" that the oil extracted from salt had a relaxing and stimulating action that could remedy lassitude (psychostimulant).