Pycnogenol is the strongest antioxidant ever known to modern medicine !
Its effects are similar to vitamins E and C, however, its benefits are much greater, and the effects of using stronger. Pycnogenol is a pure extract from the pine bark of the Mediterranean, which contains nearly 40 biologically active ingredients.
The main ones are proantocyanidins belonging to the bioflavonoid group. Its use is extremely wide: it prevents cardiovascular diseases, effectively increases the body's resistance and slows down the aging process. The supplement does not contain toxins and is completely safe to use. The addition of citrus bioflavonoids increases the antioxidant effect of the product to a maximum.
Pycnogenol in sport
Sports medicine is constantly looking for new solutions so that athletes can achieve better results in a safe way. According to research, a group of athletes taking 100 mg of this substance daily strengthened their body's performance. Athletes did more push-ups. Squats and got better time while running than a group of people in a similar condition who did not use this relationship. Its positive properties on the body were also found during studies on the triathlon group. When taking 150 mg of pycnogenol per day, they were able to achieve higher velocity and reduce muscle spasms after exercise.
Pycnogenol and the circulatory system
Endothelium is the lining of the blood vessels, which is responsible for many important functions. It mainly affects the regulation of blood flow to all organs in the body. Abnormal functioning of the epithelium is often found among people who suffer from hypertension, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. According to studies, taking 100 mg of compound per day significantly improves the functioning of the vascular system, prevents thrombosis and reduces the formation of spider veins.
Pycnogenol and diabetes
Studies have shown that the compound significantly reduces the bioavailability of sugars complexed in the intestine. It turns out that pycnogenol can be used in both slimming and glucose regulation. At a time when so many people are suffering from this disease, pycnogenol arouses sensation and gives hope to all patients.
Pycnogenol and lipid levels in the blood
In people who took pycnogenol, the level of bad LDL cholesterol and HDL increase or good cholesterol were reduced. Its effect on triglyceride levels has not been demonstrated. Pycnogenol is effective in people who also have diabetes and high levels of bad LDL cholesterol.
Pycnogenol slows down the aging process
The product improves and normalizes the activity of skin cells, which results in the rejuvenation and strengthening of its structure. The connective tissue is strengthened, thanks to which the skin gains more elasticity and elasticity. The compound prevents the collagen degradation in the body, making the skin stay without wrinkles for longer. The effect of Pycnogenol is several times more effective than vitamin E and C (50 times higher than vitamin E and 20 times higher than vitamin C). The compound is well absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract, and its bioavailability does not change during the long period of admission.
Pycnogenol for potency disorders
Doctors have been wondering for a long time what is the main reason for impotence and everything indicates that it is the endothelial dysfunction that causes erectile dysfunction. Pycnogenol can effectively improve the functioning of the epithelium and increase the availability of nitric oxide, thanks to which specialists are convinced that erectile dysfunction can be cured. The product is recommended for both men and women who want to improve their libido.
Acerola - contains a large dose of vitamin C, in addition, acerola also contains bioflavonoids, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, B vitamins, vitamin A, riboflavin, thiamine, niacin, pyridoxine, as well as macro and micronutrients. The plant effectively removes free radicals from the body and strengthens the blood vessels.
Sophora japonica - a Japanese pearlybeat used as a means to strengthen blood vessels. In Chinese medicine it is considered one of the basic herbs to treat. This melliferous plant contains nearly 30% of flavonoids, mainly rutin. In folk medicine, it is used to make tinctures and decoctions that effectively strengthen blood vessels. It contains up to 20% of hydroxyethyl derivatives of rutin, which are more soluble and assimilable than rutin. Their group includes troxerutin, it also contains soforicoside, sorabyllyside, glycosides and essential oils.
1 - 3 capsules a day
|Serving Size:||1 Veg Capsule|
|Servings Per Container:||50|
|Amount per Serving||% Daily Value|
|* Daily Value not established.|
|Pycnogenol® (French Maritime
Pine Bark Extract) (Pinus pinaster)
|Acerola Powder (Malpighia punicifolia) (Fruit)||200 mg||*|
|Rutin Powder (Sophora japonica) (Flower Bud)||240 mg|