Forest fires sweeping the southwest of France are destroying vast acreage of Maritime Pine, the source of Horphag’s famous Pycnogenol pine bark extract. The company’s CEO tells us that raw material supply or production quality will not be impacted.
Oral supplementation with a standardized extract from French pine bark may help the skin retain moisture, elasticity and barrier function, says a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study with Han Chinese working outdoors in Beijing.
Four weeks of supplementation with pine bark extract may improve ADHA scores as assessed by parents and teachers of children with attention‐deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), says a new study from Taiwan.
Millions of Americans suffer from migraines, with the World Health Organization (WHO) pointing out that they are one of the top 10 most disabling medical conditions. Common migraine symptoms include throbbing pain, nausea, as well as sensitivity to light...
Daily consumption of supplements containing extracts from French maritime pine bark may shorten the duration of the common cold and reduces the severity of sore throat, congestion, headache, coughing and sneezing, says a new study from Italy.
Some pine-bark extracts may have no effect in lowering blood pressure or reducing other risk factors for heart disease, according to researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine, but extrapolation to the whole sector is unwarranted.
Extracts from French maritime pine bark may inhibit an enzyme
linked to glucose absorption 190 times more than a synthetic
medication, says new research from Germany that could offer
significant benefits for diabetics if the results...
Daily supplements of the French maritime park bark extract,
Pycnogenol, could reduce edema, a typical side-effect of
antihypertensive medications, by 36 percent in patients taking
these medications, says a new study.
The sun might still be out over much of Europe, but August is the
month when retailers start placing their orders of products to help
boost the immune system and ward off coughs and colds over the
Taking maritime pine bark extract before a long-haul flight could
help travelers reduce the risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT), say
researchers in a new study into the effects of Pycnogenol
supplementation on leg-swelling.
In a bid to give Americans natural alternatives to synthetic
products wherever possible, Natural Health Science (NHS) has teamed
up with General Nutrition Centers (GNC) to bring PycnoQ10, a
cardiovascular health supplement to the...