Tart or "sour" cherry juice, such as from Montmorency cherries (and is also sold as a liquid concentrate, extract, and in pills) is promoted for many uses. These include reducing joint and muscle pain, improving sleep, reducing high blood pressure, controlling blood sugar, preventing gout, enhancing memory and cognition, and improving overall health and vitality. However, the evidence behind these applications is mixed and, at best, the benefits are modest. Sign in as a member for details and to learn about products that have been used in clinical studies, such as CherryPURE Freeze Dried Tart Cherry Powder, Cheribundi Original Tart Cherry Juice, CherryActive Concentrate, and King Orchards' Montmorency Tart Cherry Concentrate.
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