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Pycnogenol is derived from extracts from French maritime pine bark and is usually standardized to contain 70% procyanidin. 100 mg of pycnogenol has shown to have similar effects to low dose aspirin (80mg) without the damaging side effects of NSAID like straining the stomach or damaging the gut.

Also known as: Pine Bark Extract, Pine Bark Procyanidins, Procyanidins


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https://chriskresser.com/4-natural-alternatives-to-aspirin/

https://www.lifeextension.com/magazine/2014/6/wide-ranging-longevity-benefits-of-pycnogenol/page-01


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