Do pine trees provide any nutritional value? Surprisingly, the answer is yes. But there’s no need to chew on a tree trunk to reap the benefits, thanks to pine bark extract.
The most-studied pine bark extract is derived from the bark of a specific tree ““ the French maritime pine tree ““ and contains a large number of beneficial natural plant compounds with antioxidant properties, including bioflavonoids and proanthocyanidins.
What exactly can pine bark do for you? Studies have shown that pine bark extract (specifically the kind derived from the French maritime pine, as discussed) may promote healthy circulation and leg comfort, as well as normal blood glucose and blood pressure levels already within the normal range. In addition, pine bark extract may also support joint comfort and mobility.
You can enjoy the benefits of this tree-mendous extract in a convenient daily capsule.
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