Tart cherry juice anyone?

Posted by wisfloj @wisfloj, Tue, Oct 1 6:50am

Research continues! I like the fact 'idiopathic' neuropathy was included. Harmless and inexpensive, may try it. There are capsules available too.

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Hi @wisfloj, I have tried organic tart cherry juice for a few months but it didn't do anything for me or rather didn't seem to make a significant contribution to help. I do think it helps with inflammation but it's only one tiny piece of the puzzle. But we are all different and it's definitely worth a try. I would stick with the organic tart cherry juice but that's just because I'm cheap and I think it's probably better for your body to get it in the natural form. Thanks for sharing!

Do you want to add it to the following discussion? It might be nice to collect all of our research type tips in one location so it's easier for members to find.

> Groups > Neuropathy > Scientific research and scholarly papers on Small Fiber Neuropathy
https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/scientific-research-and-scholarly-papers-on-small-fiber-neuropathy/

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Hi, I know cherries or cherry juice is recommended for diagnosis of gout. It helps my uncle. Need to be cautious with diabetes though.

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@wisfloj Hi Joanne, I drink cherry juice just because it is delish. I get concentrated, organic juice at Walmart, on line. You use about an ounce or so, and dilute with water. Delicious and expensive. Nothing in it but cherries. I have never noticed that it helps neuropathy, but it sure tastes good. Full of antioxidants. Hope you are ok? I had a morning from hell, but my CBD salve and oil has helped immensely. What a life!!!! Lori

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