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    "Pine Bark Extract" vs "Pycnogenol? (Pine Bark Extract)"

    I came across these two supplements with a big difference in prize. Any thoughts on the actual difference between these two stuffs?
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    Originally Posted by Fit4OneLife View Post
    I came across these two supplements with a big difference in prize. Any thoughts on the actual difference between these two stuffs?
    Pycnogenol is the primary active proanthocyanidin/flavonoid constiuent of Pine bark. The difference in cost is due to the fact that Pine bark contains many other constituents, with smaller amounts of pycnogenol.
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    Originally Posted by NO HYPE View Post
    Pycnogenol is the primary active proanthocyanidin/flavonoid constiuent of Pine bark. The difference in cost is due to the fact that Pine bark contains many other constituents, with smaller amounts of pycnogenol.
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    Originally Posted by NO HYPE View Post
    Pycnogenol is the primary active proanthocyanidin/flavonoid constiuent of Pine bark. The difference in cost is due to the fact that Pine bark contains many other constituents, with smaller amounts of pycnogenol.
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