Can Cherry Products Really Help Gout?

Can Cherry Products Really Help Gout?

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Norman

Porter, TX

#1 May 13, 2012
Cherry lover mainly eat cherries for their great taste but there are also many who eat cherries and use cherry products for inflammatory diseases such as gout and arthritis. Though they will not cure it many people say they at least help perhaps 10-20% in aiding the pain an inflammation. Here is some good information on the subject.
www.cherrieshealthbenefits.com

Since: Oct 11

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#2 May 19, 2012
Cherrys do help with gout. Its an old remedy that has been tested by time. Its one of many natural remedies that you can try.

There are a dozen natural herbs and fruits that will help your gout. The full list of home cures can be read at: http://naturalherbalremedies.us/

Since: May 12

United States

#3 May 22, 2012
Looserface wrote:
Cherrys do help with gout. Its an old remedy that has been tested by time. Its one of many natural remedies that you can try.
There are a dozen natural herbs and fruits that will help your gout. The full list of home cures can be read at: http://naturalherbalremedies.us/
Really good post. thank you very much for sharing.
Johnson

Inglewood, CA

#4 Jun 28, 2012
never thought of it. thanks
Bob220098

Los Angeles, CA

#7 May 21, 2014
Cherrys are amazing. They have powerful anti-inflaminatory properties.
rauchlight

Brentwood, TN

#8 Feb 5, 2016
YES! YES! YES!. but it has to be "TART" cherry juice and you have to drink about half of the bottle. I buy organic tart cherry from a place in Nashville called 'the turnip truck' it's a ritzy tree hugger place, but I know that Kroger carries it too.

the first time I used it was during my last gout attack; I purchased the bottle and began drinking it, and before I reached my destination FIFTEEN MINUTES AWAY, my pain and swelling were down 80%.

I just got home after a crippling gout attack last night and today. it was a 20 minute trip from the store to my home, after about two-thirds of the bottle downed, virtually no pain, full movement, only a residual trace of pain that is barely noticed.

YES! YES! YES! but it must be TART cherry (not black cherry, not cherry, not cherry mixed with anything else) TART CHERRY....TART.....TART....TAR T.
Mommmamorris

United States

#9 Feb 13, 2016
I had my first and hopefully last (>>?) attack of gout in my left ankle! I was recommended the tart cherry extract that I got from Kroger. It definitely help speed the duration of pain and major sweeping. It was about 2 weeks for me. I guess I should continue to drink the juice even though that acute phase is over. I still have swelling after about 3-4 weeks. Is that normal?

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