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Old 07-29-2017, 02:22 PM   #1
caroline2
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Default Pycnogenol and Pain

When I received this link the other day I didn't know what to expect, low and behold Pycnogenol for pain. I took Pyc for 1 yr in 1995 and got rid of allergies for starters. Then I went to Grape Seed Extract after the year due to costs.

Now I'm going back to Pyc and perhaps in the form of Pine Bark Extract which is a less $$$ product. But both made with Pine Bark.

The Powerful Aspirin Alternative Your Doctor Never Told You About

I will still take grape seed ex but adding 100mg Pyc and see if Pain lessens.


Here is another good info link:

Osteoarthritis Pain Reduced by Pycnogenol
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Most important supplement: grape seed extract
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