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Does Pycnogenol Really Work?

Maintaining good health is a primary need of any individual who wants a long and productive life. That is why health products offering protection from various sicknesses are a common necessity. In most cases, such products come in the form of supplements. Pycnogenol, for example, promises to prevent diseases by cleaning out the toxins from the body’s bloodstream to keep it free from damage. This supplement claims to be all-natural and contains super-antioxidants for boosting the immune system as well as strengthening blood vessel walls and capillaries. It also provides better blood circulation by keeping stress-induced constriction of arteries and blood clotting from occurring. Pycnogenol comes from the bark of a French maritime tree, said to be non-toxic and backed up by various scientific studies to be guaranteed safe.

Pycnogenol Reviews

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I developed bleeding gums and read that Pycogenol could help. It has made a huge improvement. It also seems to have helped with new hair growth. I have had excessive hair loss for many years and since taking it even when I have bouts of hair loss I see new hair coming in so it has slowed down my thinning hair. And while some people swear that it gave them younger looking skin I didn’t notice that but I do seem to sunburn less which is one of the claims I’ve read about. Pycnogenol is supposed to have many benefits and though it is a bit spendy it may be worth trying.

August 29th, 2014
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