Study Shows Pine Bark Naturally Reduces Inflammatory Marker CRP in Osteoarthritis
Third osteoarthritis study this year reveals Pycnogenol(R) lowers inflammatory marker CRP
The current study, a joint effort between Italy’s Chieti-Pescara University and the University of Munster,
“The decrease of systemic inflammatory markers, particularly CRP, suggests Pycnogenol(R) properties may be potent enough to arrest the spread of inflammation from osteoarthritic joints to the whole organisms,” said Dr.
Pycnogenol(R) is a natural plant extract originating from the bark of the maritime pine that grows along the coast of southwest
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