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Will pycnogenol help gout pain?

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subuser31 12 Nov 2009

I have never heard of that one, sorry I can't help. Is it new on the market?

two 12 Nov 2009

Look under grape seed extract. Good for heart and longevity... It is at the health food store. Gout help... not sure about that one, sorry.It may help circulation, but i would have to look it up.Later!

Marvell 12 Nov 2009

I don't think so. There is no clinical data regarding it's use to treat gout pain.

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https://www.drugs.com/npp/pycnogenol.html

emmietee 2 Dec 2010

Pycnogenol is a natural plant extract that comes exclusively from the southwest coast of France. Sold in health food, drug and grocery stores, it has powerful anti-oxidant and natural anti-inflammatory properties. Published findings show that taking Pycnogenol can relieve the effects osteoarthritis and improve cardiovascular health.

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