MARITIME PINE 3 X LIVE TREE CUTTINGS PINUS PINASTER Free Shipping in the U.S

August 6, 2019 - Comment

FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S Auction is set for 3x 1 inch by 13 inch very healthy cuttings with free seed cones.These fast growing cuttings will gain feet within the years planting . very easy species to propagate. Pinus pinaster, the maritime pine or cluster pine, is a pine native to the Mediterranean region. It

FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S Auction is set for 3x 1 inch by 13 inch very healthy cuttings with free seed cones.These fast growing cuttings will gain feet within the years planting . very easy species to propagate. Pinus pinaster, the maritime pine or cluster pine, is a pine native to the Mediterranean region. It is a hard, fast growing pine containing small seeds with large wings. Scientific name: Pinus pinasterConservation status: Least Concern (Population increasing)- Encyclopedia of LifeHigher classification: Pinus Overview InformationMaritime pine trees grow in countries on the Mediterranean Sea. The bark is used to make medicine. Maritime pine trees that grown in an area in southwest France are used to make Pycnogenol, the US registered trademark name for a commercially available maritime pine bark extract. The active ingredients in maritime pine can also be extracted from other sources, including peanut skin, grape seed, and witch hazel bark.Maritime pine bark extract is commonly used orally to treat and prevent diabetes, diabetes-related health issues, and problems of the heart and blood vessels among many other uses.Some people use skin creams that contain maritime pine bark extract as “anti-aging” products. It is also applied to the skin to treat foot ulcers in people with diabetes, hemorrhoids, and mouth ulcers caused by chemotherapy.There is limited scientific research to support most of these uses.How does it work?Maritime pine contains substances that might improve blood flow. It might also stimulate the immune system, reduce swelling, prevent infections, and have antioxidant effects.

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