Cherries

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I have RA and due to problems with the medication upsetting my body, I cannot take any Med until my bloods have come back and they are clear, how ever my RA is very progressive and rather than rely on just painkillers etc, i did a read upon foods that help, So i started on the cherries (10) and with in half and hour i notice that the pain and swelling was easing, so if you are in a some discomfort try them..

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    you ate 10 cherries a day?
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    I have only eaten 10 cherries and they have helped
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    Hi Jane; yes I agree with this, too.  I had read re the benefits of cherries, and try to buy them when doing my shopping (hard part is always having fresh cherries on shelves/availability)....and do find that they help with the joint/muscle pains (I don't have Rhuematoid, but Osteo and Fibro, mainly)....I have just read another lady's input re MSM, and after doing the research on that, I am seriously thinking of trialing this, too...as the Sulphur is helpful for Inflammation/degeneration of muscles/joints and repair of Connective tissues...I am wanting to try any Natural therapies in order to be able to decrease my intake of meds.....thankyou...........Bron
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    There is something in cherries that helps Gout which is also inflammation - way to go I'd say
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    They really do help, I have been doing this for 3 days and i have found the inflamation has reduced - less inflamation means less pain, ps Cherries on offer in ALdi this week
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    i will try this and tell you all how i am after
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    Yes this does work for me as well. The mor e natural stuff I take the better I feel. Funny that!
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