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Old 10-15-2011, 11:52 AM
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Using Cherries To Improve Symptoms

I have been reeding up on using natural and alternative ways to improve my health, and I came across the way tart cherry juice can help relieve the symptoms of pain and inflamation in people with chronic conditions. So I searched the web trying to find proof of this as in does it work or not? I learned that tart cherry juice is higher in antioxidants than most fruits and vegetables. Also we know that eating a healthy natural diet is good for us, so when I found this website the information there was very interesting, as in content and loads of recipies for everything cherry. I thought by posting here maybe anyone out there who has tried it or might want to, can give me some info into whether it works or not. Check out the website and come back and let me know your opinions, ok. I am looking for pain relief for my fibro. Cherries Health Benefits
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I take tart cherry capsules daily for arthritic pain. I have family members with arthritis and chronic back problems and they have found they help as well. I love tart cherry juice, and get it when I can, but it is rather costly.
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