maritime pine

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Related to Pinus pinaster: Pinus radiata, Yohimbe, Pycnogenol

maritime pine

n.
A Mediterranean pine tree (Pinus pinaster) having long needles in clusters of two, thick bark, and large cones, and widely cultivated for timber, pulp, and resin.
Translations
Seekiefer
tengerparti fenyő
strandfura
해송
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Eucalyptus trees came from forests in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo, Pinus elliottii trees from forests in the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina, and Pinus pinaster trees from a forest located in Galicia, Spain.
Pycnogenol, Pinus pinaster, is the extract of French maritime pine bark.
An extract of Pinus pinaster Ait (maritime pine) known as Pycnogenol[R] (which is standardised to contain 70[+ or -]5% procyanidins) has been extensively used and researched for the treatments and prevention of this condition and its complications.
Anti-inflammatory activities of procyanidin-containing extract from Pinus pinaster Ait.
In vitro fruiting under controlled conditions of the ectomycorrhizal fungus Hebeloma cylindrosporum associated with Pinus pinaster.
Today, pycnogenol, formulated from extracts of the French maritime pine tree Pinus pinaster, is a registered trademark of Horphag Ltd.