• Pine Park Extract

  • Description of Pine Park Extract

    Latin Name:            Pinus massoniana L.

    Part Used:               Bark

    Source of Plant:      China

    Active Ingredients:   Proanthocyanidins (monomers, oligomers, polymers)



    Sources of Pine Park Extract

    Pine Bark OPCs help Vitamin C to work better in the brain to effectively synthesize the neurotransmitters norepinephirine, dopamine and serotonin. Also it protect against free-radical damage, suggested to be a major cause of the ageing process. It may effective for slowing retinopathy, the gradual break down of the retina in the eyes.



    Ingredients of Pine Park Extract

    Pine Bark OPCs help Vitamin C to work better in the brain to effectively synthesize the neurotransmitters norepinephirine, dopamine and serotonin. Also it protect against free-radical damage, suggested to be a major cause of the ageing process. It may effective for slowing retinopathy, the gradual break down of the retina in the eyes.



    Specification of Pine Park Extract

    Item SPECIFICATION
    Description:  
      Appearance Reddish brown fine powder
      Flavor & Odor Characteristic
      Particle size 100% pass 80 mesh
    Physical:  
      Loss on Drying  ≤5.0%
      Bulk density 40-60g/100ml
      Sulphated Ash ≤5.0%
      GMO Free
      General Status Non-irradiated
    Chemical:  
      Pb ≤3mg/kg
      As ≤1mg/kg
      Hg  ≤0.1mg/kg
      Cd  ≤1mg/kg
    Assay:  
      Proanthocyanidin ≥95%  UV
    Microbial:  
      Total microbacterial count ≤1000cfu/g
      Yeast & Mold  ≤100cfu/g
      E.Coli Negative 
      Staphylococcus aureus Negative  
      Salmonella  Negative 
      Enterobacteriaceaes Negative
     


    Study of Pine Park Extract

    (1) Steadying vascular wall, inhibiting inflammation.

    (2) Eliminating free radicals, preventing arteriosclerosis.

    (3) Protecting the skin from injury by superfluous ultraviolet radiation and free radicals.

    (4) Resisting cancer, inflammation and allergen



    Reference of Pine Park Extract

    1. Rohdewald, P (2002). "A review of the French maritime pine bark extract (Pycnogenol), a herbal medication with a diverse clinical pharmacology". International journal of clinical pharmacology and therapeutics 40 (4): 158–68.

    2. Hidaka, Takayuki; Nakamura, Shuji; Umemura, Takashi; Jitsuiki, Daisuke; Soga, Junko; Goto, Chikara; Chayama, Kazuaki; Yoshizumi, Masao (2007). "Pycnogenol, French Maritime Pine Bark Extract, Augments Endothelium-Dependent Vasodilation in Humans". Hypertension Research 30 (9): 775–80.

    3. Liu, Ximing; Zhou, Ha-Jun; Rohdewald, Peter (2004). "French Maritime Pine Bark Extract Pycnogenol Dose-Dependently Lowers Glucose in Type 2 Diabetic Patients". Diabetes Care 27 (3): 839.

    4. Schäfer, Angelika; Högger, Petra (2007). "Oligomeric procyanidins of French maritime pine bark extract (Pycnogenol) effectively inhibit α-glucosidase". Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice 77 (1): 41–6.

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