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Pycnogenol

Discussion in 'Alternative Treatments' started by mjd50, Nov 9, 2006.

  1. mjd50

    mjd50 Junior Member

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    There was a little article in Newsweek about this plant product called Pycnogenol. The link below sayss it is made from the bark of a European pine tree. I believe the article mentioned strong anti-inflamatory and anti-oxidant properties. I searched the hairloss site and there were two older posts of people using it to improve libido. I don't know if it would be of benefit internal or in a topoical but just thought I'd throw in out there.

    I found this info on it: (don't know how reputable the site is)
    http://www.allnatural.net/herbpages/pycnogenol.shtml
     
  2. CCS

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    it is the same as grapeseed extract. just a different, more expensive source.
     

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