03-May-2013 - Daily supplements of Pycnogenol, an extract from the bark of the French maritime pine, may help reduce health risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome, suggests new data from a human study.
07-Jun-2012 - Daily supplements of an extract from French Maritime Pine bark may boost vascular health in people with stable coronary artery disease, according to data from a gold standard randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover study from Switzerland.
03-Dec-2009 - Supplements of French maritime pine bark extract may improve the flow of blood in the tiny blood vessels of the retina, and enhance sight in diabetics with early stage eye problems, says a new study.
09-Mar-2007 - A new study examining the potential of Pycnogenol to reduce endometriosis has yielded positive results, building the data to support the antioxidant pine extract's use in addressing the condition.
10-Oct-2006 - Beverages represent one of the most interesting categories for Pycnogenol outside of supplements, as formulators are seeking to add value to established product lines and deliver healthy ingredients in convenient formats.
13-Jul-2006 - A new study has shown Pycnogenol to be more effective than a conventional drug in reducing the symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency (CVI), adding to 35 years of research into the benefits of the antioxidant derived from French pine bark.