Research suggests that Pycnogenol is more effective than aspirin (without the possible side-effects) in reducing build-up of platelets in the arteries, a major risk factor in heart disease.
The properties of vitamin E may significantly benefit artery, vein and capillary circulation. Research has highlighted therapeutic benefits with vitamin E supplementation in numerous concerns including cerebrovascular diseases, Raynaud's Disease, hot flushes and water retention.
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