Amazing Molecules Relieve Common Pain!
In 1973, Johns Hopkins University student, Candice Pert, and her professor, Solomon Snyder made a remarkable discovery that stood the world of pain research on its head. For over two centuries, morphine had been an irreplaceable tool in the physician’s arsenal. Even though morphine has a wide range of uses — from relieving feelings of impending doom to blocking common pain — until that moment of discovery, no one had known how it works. What Pert and Snyder found was the morphine receptor — the key to its effectiveness. Just one year later, researchers in Scotland made an even bigger discovery — the natural counterpart of morphine, made in your body, which they named “endorphin.”
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