maritime pine


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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.
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Translations
Seekiefer
tengerparti fenyő
strandfura
해송
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A standardized extract derived from French maritime pine bark has been shown to halt plaque accumulation.
Pycnogenol is a natural plant extract originating from the bark of the maritime pine that grows along the coast of southwest France and is found to contain a unique combination of procyanidins, bioflavonoids and phenolic acids, which offer extensive natural health benefits.
Capsules from biocare.co.uk Holland and Barrett Pycnogenol This extract of a maritime pine tree that grows in the south of France is thought to reduce symptoms like hot flushes, anxiety and insomnia, particularly for peri-menopausal symptoms.
Maritime Pine Bark (95% proanthocyanidins): Supports healthy cerebrovascular function and brain antioxidant defenses; 95% proanthocyanidins is the strongest potency on the market.
Among them, French Maritime pine bark, Bacopa monnieri, Ginseng, Ginkgo biloba, and valerian extract are considered to be the most promising botanical alternatives.
A recent study has found that the natural supplement Pycnogenol, an antioxidant plant extract from the bark of the French maritime pine tree, significantly minimizes pain and inflammation associated with endometriosis and may help eliminate dysmenorrhea when paired with oral contraceptives.
Cofounder and chief formulator Linda Miles cites two turning points for derma e--the discovery of pycnogenol, a potent antioxidant found in the bark of France's maritime pine tree, and clinical research proving the benefits of topically applied retinyl palmitate, a form of vitamin A.

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