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Pycnogenol: A Flavonoid With a Diverse Range of Potential Applications

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  • Pycnogenol is a substance derived from the bark of pine trees. Research has shown that it has several possible benefits for your health
  • Based on published studies, Pycnogenol has a diverse range of applications, such as helping boost cardiovascular health, protecting neurons and managing pain

The pine tree is one of the most abundant plants found around the globe, and it has been used in various ways throughout history, both for humans and the environment. For example, pine trees are used to help control soil erosion, as certain species of pine grow fast, making it effective for steep slopes. It may also help boost your antioxidant profile, according to a certain study.


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