Pycnogenol, Curcumin C-3 complex and Ginkgo Biloba
Posted Oct 30 2012 5:48pm
Pycnogenol, Curcumin C-3 complex and Ginkgo Biloba are three of the most effective products that you can find in today’s market. Lets starts with pycnogenol, which is one of the US registered trademark product. The contents of this product is derived from the bark of the pine tree and also known as Pinus pinaster. The active ingredients in the pycnogenol can also be extracted from the other sources, including grape seed, peanut skin and also witch hazel bark.
Pycnogenol is used for the treatment of circulation problems, asthma, allergies, ringing in ears, muscle soreness, high blood pressure, osteoarthritis, pain, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and diabetes. Apart from these, pycnogenol is also used in curing the menopausal symptoms, endometriosis, erectile dysfunction, eye disease and painful menstrual periods.
Curcumin C-3 complex
Curcumin C-3 complexis a patented and unique composition of 3 health promoting, bioactive curcuminoids- Demethoxy curcumin, Bisdemethoy curcumin and Curcumin. Studies show that Curcumin C3- complex can provide users with a variety of health advantages. Due to its widespread positive influence on several physiological activities in the human body, Curcumin C3 Complex is regarded first of its kind described as the Bioprotectant. It is perhaps better understood as the super anti-oxidant.
Curcumin C3 Complex offers optimal protection as well as integrity to the biological systems. It is efficacious, safe and clinically tested material which has been certified by the NSF International for the specification and potency fulfillment. The ingredients per curcumin C3 complex supplement include Black pepper fruit, Turmeric root, black pepper fruit etc.
Ginkgo Bilobais being used medically for thousands of years. At present, ginkgo biloba is one of the top selling herbs in countries like the United States. This wonder herb is used in the treatment of different conditions, most of which are under the scientific investigation. Some of the available evidences show the effectiveness of ginkgo in the management of the intermittent claudication, the multi-infarct dementia or Alzheimer’s disease or cerebral insufficiency, and atherosclerotic disease.
There are some initial evidences of ginkgo benefits for the enhancement of memory, premenstrual syndrome, altitude sickness, age related eye disorders and so on. Ginkgo is also used for the treatment of dizziness, headache, decreased physical performance, anxiety, depression, impaired concentration, atherosclerotic disease, confusion etc. According to research, Ginkgo Biloba is one of the well tolerated herbs. But, it must be used with caution in patients on anticoagulant therapy and those with the known blood clotting disorders to prior to some dental or surgical procedures etc.
Now that you know about the different benefits of the three products available on the current market place, you can easily make your choice among them with ease.