Tart Cherry Juice – an Effective Gout Treatment


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(joints especially in the big toes. If gout isn’t treated immediately it can spread and besides damaging the joints, it can also damage the tendons and other tissues. It is interesting that this illness is more frequent in men.

The good news is that there is a completely natural and highly efficient remedy for this medical condition. You should not expect immediate results, but after some period, the results will be there.

Drinking tart cherry juice or eating cherry can certainly anti-inflammatory properties.

The antioxidants found in cherries can support the efforts of your system to reduce the effect of drink plenty of water during the day (about 12 glasses of water) because water can help the body get rid of excess urine and toxins from the system.

Tart Cherry Juice Recipe

Tart Cherry Juice – Ingredients:

  • 16 ounces of fresh cherries.
  • ½ pint of water.
  • One bottle of soda (carbonated water) – this ingredient is not mandatory
  • One tablespoon of lemon extract.
  • Two tablespoons of Healthline or raw honey.

Tart Cherry Juice – Directions:

Remove the seeds from the cherries and mix them together with bee free or raw honey with the help of a saucepan. If you are looking for a sweeter taste add more honey. Continue simmering until you get the wanted consistency. After that, mash the cherries in order to get the extract.

Leave the mixture at regular temperature for about two hours and place a cover on top.

Add half a pint of water and stir the mixture until all the ingredients are mixed well. Boil the mixture and stir it occasionally. Wait until the mixture turns into syrup-like mixture.

In the end, squeeze and strain this mixture and place it in a sealed jar.

Add two tablespoons from this extract in a standard glass of water (or soda) and serve it. You can also add lemon extract if you want to change the flavor. You can also add ice or mint leaves for decoration.