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Bark Extract Aids Osteoarthritis

September 3, 2008

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Bark Extract Aids Osteoarthritis

Pycnogenol, a bark extract from the French maritime pine tree, reduced overall knee osteoarthritis (OA) symptoms by 20.9 percent and lowered pain by 40.3 percent, a new study in the August journal of Phytotherapy Research revealed. The study showed Pycnogenol acts as a potent anti-inflammatory and that the lasting effects of the extract may help damaged joints recover.

Effect of pine bark extract (Pycnogenol®) on symptoms of knee osteoarthritis

New Research: Pycnogenol® Naturally Reduces Osteoarthritis

Source: Horphag Research Ltd., Phytotherapy Research

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