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Product Name: Pine Bark Extract. Proanthocyanidins 80%,95%. CAS. NO:90082-77-2. M. F. C30H26O12. Pinus Strobus Bark extract. Proanthocyanidins, Proanthocyanidin B2. Pinetree extract. CAS. NO.000000-14-0 Serie No: S-045
Place of Origin: China Brand Name: MDidea Extracts Professional
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Pine Bark Extract. Proanthocyanidins 80%,95%. CAS. NO:90082-77-2. M. F. C30H26O12. Pinus Strobus Bark extract. Proanthocyanidins, Proanthocyanidin B2. Pinetree extract. CAS. NO.000000-14-0


CAS. RN. NO:90082-77-2. Synonyms:Pinus Strobus Bark Extract. . Proanthocyanidins, Proanthocyanidin B2, . M. F. Molecular Formula:C30H26O12.

Botanical Source:Pinus strobus, OPCs Pine Bark Extract.
. . . . . . . . Common Names&Synonyms:Pycnogenol, Pinus maritima, P. pinaster, white pine, French Marine Pine Bark Extract, French Maritime Pine Bark Extract, Leucoanthocyanidins, OPC, Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins, PCO, Pinus maritima, Pinus pinaster, Procyandiol Oligomers, Procyanodolic Oligomers, Pycnogenol, Pygenol

Official Latin Name: Pinus strobus
Common Name:Pinus maritima, P. pinaster, white pine, French Marine Pine Bark Extract, French Maritime Pine Bark Extract, Leucoanthocyanidins, OPC, Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins, PCO, Pinus maritima, Pinus pinaster, Procyandiol Oligomers, Procyanodolic Oligomers, Pycnogenol, Pygenol
Part Used:Bark
Chemistry: 95% Pycnogenol
Pycnogenol is a water-soluble flavonoid, or polyphenol, complex with powerful antioxidant properties and effects on reducing blood clotting.
The modern episode commenced 400 years later in 1950 when the French Professor Jacques Masquelier of the University of Bordeaux was doing work on bioflavonoids, read Cartiers book and recognized the signs of a bioflavonoid. Masquelier and his colleagues identified a class of bioflavonoids which he baptized with a generic name, pycnogenols.

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Pine Bark Extract Proanthocyanidins has been known to exhibit the following benefits:
. Antioxidant:Greater protection against free radicals and DNA damage than is provided by vitamins C, E, and beta-carotene;
. Cardioprotection (reduces risk of athersclerosis)
. Reduces cancer risk
. Improves vascular strength (stronger blood vessels)
. Reduces edema (inflammation/swelling)
. Promotes eye health (reduces risk of macular degeneration and cataracts)
. Selective toxicity to human breast-, lung-, and gastric-cancer cells;
. Protection against drug-induced liver and kidney damage, tobacco-induced DNA damage, UV-induced skin damage, and chemotherapy-induced toxicity;
. Prevention of heart damage from oxygen deprivation; strengthening blood vessels, repairing varicose veins, reducing leg edema, enhancing microcirculation;
. Stimulation of collagen synthesis, protection and restoration of damaged membranes and connective tissue, including the blood-brain barrier;
. Prevention, amelioration, or reversal of chronic pancreatitis, asthma, lupus, diabetic retinopathy, and deep vein blood clots.


. Sexual Health and Performance:

. Antioxidants improve sperm mobility and motility.
. OPCs stimulate NITRIC OXIDE production in the arteries - an essential process needed for healthy male penile erection. The drug VIAGRA works in the same way through increasing nitric oxide. For optimum effects, OPCs along with ARGININE is suggested in cases of erectile dysfunction.
. An intake of 200mg of OPCs has been shown to improve healthy sperm by 100% in 90 days.
. Studies using 60mg OPCs have shown up to 80% improvements in pain reduction in those with endometriosis, period pain, and post-operative gynaecological surgery.
. The antioxidant Pycnogenol improved the quality and function of sperm in men with fertility problems by a mean of 38% and 19%, respectively, after only 90 days of use, according to a new landmark clinical trial being published in the October 2002 issue of the Journal of Reproductive Medicine, giving infertile couples new hope and a new alternative to more invasive procedures.

. Brain Function- As well as their potent antioxidant effects, OPCs help maintain neurotransmitters functioning longer and improve the micro-circulation in the brain. The increase in NITRIC OXIDE may also improve learning ability and memory through its effects as a neurotransmitter. Early evidence suggests that OPCs are effective in Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD) . These positive results are due to the effects of increased neurotransmitter lifespan, NO production, and improved brain micro-circulation.

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SProduct Specifications and Supplying Conditions:

Pine Bark Extract. Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins.95%UV-VIS(OPC) .
Description: Pine Bark Extract.
Plant Part Used: Bark
Specification: Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins.95%UV-VIS(OPC) .
Serie Code: S-045
Expiration Date: 18~24Months in Good Condition
Storage Stock: Bulk in Stock
Pricing Terms: C&F; CIF; DDU; DDP.
Delivery Arrange: Soonest on the Day Confirmed

Appearance Showing: Red Brown Fine Powder
Extracts State: Fine Crystal Powder
Mesh Size: 100% Pass 80 Mesh Screen
Color: Red To Red Brown
Odor and Smell: Charateristics, Aromatic
Taste Sense: Flavour with Characteristics
Bulk Density: 0.43~0.45g/ml.

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Pine Bark Extract:Suggestions and Administration:

Potential applications:Skin health / sun protection (reduces inflammation of UV exposed skin) , wound healing, economy class syndrome / long car journeys, varicose veins, eye health- cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, capillary fragility, micro-vascular disorders, oedema, allergies, hypertension, atherosclerosis, elevated cholesterol, arthritis, lupus, psoriasis, ADD/ADHD, anti-mutagenic (DNA protective) .

Dosage and Administration:

It is suggested that 25-100mg OPCs will provide synergy for general antioxidant protection. Therapeutic levels are in the range of 0.5 - 1.0mg per pound of body weight. Best taken in divided doses.

Pine bark extract is commonly used in Europe and Asia. Standardized commercial preparations were introduced to the U. S. market in the late 1980s. Standardization by the manufacturer should assure the same amount of active ingredient in every batch of the commercial preparation. Generally, pine bark extract capsules, tablets, or oral liquid forms should contain between 85% and 90% of proanthocyanidins (also known as polyphenols) , the active ingredient of pine bark extract. Lotions or creams usually contain between 0.5% and 2% of pine bark extract.
Dosing varies, but typical doses used in clinical studies include: For chronic venous insufficiency: 45 mg to 360 mg per day -- usually divided into three doses.
For retinopathy: 50 mg three times a day
For uneven skin tone: 1 mg to 1.7 mg per kilogram of body weight per day (a kilogram is about 2 1/4 pounds)
For exercise enhancement: 200 mg three times a day
For male infertility caused by low sperm count: 200 mg once a day
For coronary heart disease: 150 mg three times a day
For high cholesterol: 120 mg three times a day
For abdominal pain in women: 30 mg to 60 mg once a day

Side Effects: Few side effects have been reported with the use of pine bark extract. The most frequently reported side effects have been mild gastrointestinal complaints such as nausea or upset stomach.