Now Foods, Enzogenol, 60 mg, 60 Vcaps (Discontinued Item)
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The cream of antioxidants
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2496623 on Apr 23, 2008
Since Masquelier extracted the first antioxidants from pine bark there's been a proliferation of antioxidants onto the market from goji berries to grape seeds but none has received more research attention than the original pine bark extract, pycnogenol. Proven in long-term tests,it was unsurpassed for health benefits of every kind. I've now found the same incredible benefits from Enzogenol and at a fraction of the price. You know what you're getting when you can litterally feel the difference. Provides ongoing detox,a pristine immune system and a boost in liberated energy.
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It's no Pycnogenol
Posted by Reviewer1003688 on Jul 23, 2008
I originally used Source Naturals Pycnogenol. I found lately it helped me sleep, prior to that I would get some flushing and would affect me mentally.
With Enzogenol I get no noticable results (if that's good or bad I cannot say)
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1398395 on Sep 04, 2008
A great alternative to the pricier Pycnogenol, another pine bark extract. I like that this was combined with grape seed extract. Unfortunately it's still very expensive to take as much as I'd like, so I might switch to GSE alone.
So far it seems very close to pycnogenol
Posted by Reviewer1631802 on Apr 02, 2010
I love the pycno, and wanted something cheaper and this product seems like a tough little brother to pycnogenol. Had the usual feeling of vitality when taking it, that I have with pycnogenol.
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2512042 on Feb 05, 2010
Taking 1 each per day and passing several days I found myself less tired.