... What didn't work for me was glucosamine. I tried it for a couple of months with no improvement. Sour cherry juice was delicious, but useless and eliminating various things from my diet was also a big loser. ... (14 replies)
... My husband got it because his dad had it.In middle age The only place I can buy cherry juice with no sugar is Brookshires grocery.The cherry worked great the last few times But this time he has gone through 4 bottles and medicine from doctor and he has had it two weeks. ... (7 replies)
... The grocery store I go to has one kind of cherry juice. But I've seen it on the web too, you can buy it in concentrate. I also eat frozen tart cherries sometimes instead of drinking the juice. ... (7 replies)
... hi where do u purchase this cherry juice? ... (7 replies)
... inflammatory effects and many arthritis suffers drink cherry juice for the pain. I have arthritis in my big toe joint and I have been in severe pain for about 3 years. I have been getting steroid shots in the joint every 6 weeks or so and the dr said the only way to get rid of the pain is to fuse the joint. ... (7 replies)
... s in the canned fruit section at the grocery. It works wonders! I heard 20 per day and found it really worked for a long time until the damage to the great toe joint was just too much. Try it! It's a cheap remedy. ... (7 replies)
... you should try stinging the joint. YOU WILL BE AMAZED! Find a local apitherapist or find some honey bees in the garden. The venom dissolves the calcium build up on contact. (7 replies)
... I'm so sorry all the pain you are having. I know it's so hard to know what to do and what to take and it's especially hard when you don't have insurance until August. ... (2 replies)
... Eat 8 cherries daily is suppose to help gout and this has been used for years. It makes no difference if they are canned, fresh or frozen or the type does not matter either/
A good homeopathic remedy for inflammation gout is Belladonna-- it works in just several doses. (7 replies)
... I have never heard of that before, however my RD mentioned cherries and something, dunno. I am not much of a fruit eater so I woudl not know but I guess it is worth a try.
I am on Enbrel but till I find a new RD I have had to ration my meds....not fun!
Let me know how it works!
Ms. J (7 replies)
... the fingers, wrist, elbow, knee, ankle, or foot. The most commonly affected joint is the big toe. ... (7 replies)
... inflam compounds that cherry has. ... (19 replies)