100% Pure Organic Black Cherry Concentrate (Prunus Serotina)1>
1 x 500ml
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Black Cherries are rated high in Antioxidant levels that may offer great health benefits such as treating: Gout, Menopause, Maintain Heart Health, Joint Health, Blood Circulation and Arthritis.
Cherries may offer other benefits with their high content of Vitamin A, Vitamin B1,, Vitamin B2, Vitamin C.
The day when the Doctor says, 'Take 10 Cherries and call me in the morning may not be far away´
The secret is in the pigments that give cherries their rich red/black hue, they belong to a class of natural dyes called Anthocyanins.
These compounds are being called ' Mother Nature´s all Natural Chemotherapy Agents'
Certifed: Organic, Vegetarian, Halal & Kosher.
100% Organic Black cherry juice concentrate.
This product contains no preservatives.
Organic products that have no preservatives are more pure, yet volatile in nature and require stricter standards of production, as well as more leniency in recognizing the organic, volatile nature.
The products go through a double laboratory control and testing procedure, the companies own laboratory and an external independent laboratory to ensure quality of product.
Consumption and conservation
Suggested consumption: As a maintenance dose take 20 ml. Black cherry juice concentrate and mix with 4 parts water, juice or mixer as a liquid food supplement. For more serious problems repeat two to three times per day.
Product: This product contains no alcohol with no added sugar, artificial colour or preservatives.
Storage: All supplements and natural juices should be stored in a cool dark area. Following these guidelines will help to preserve the integrity of the products.
Refrigerate after opening and consume within 2 months.
Merlin Natural juices are natural and unadulterated offering maximum health benefits from these juices as nature intended, therefore the colour, taste and flavor will vary according to the harvesting seasons.
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Description and benefit of the product
Among the fruit seeds that were sent in 1628 to the settlement at Plymouth, Massachusetts, by the Massachusetts bay Colony were cherry, plum, filbert, apple, quince, and pomegranate and “according to accounts, they sprung up and flourished.”
William Bartram found bird cherry, Prunus Padus, growing near Augusta, Georgia in 1773 as reported in his book, Travels, when he was taking an inventory of plants growing in the South after the Spaniards abandoned and ceded the land to the English.
The common wild black cherry, Prunus Serotina, is found growing in most of Eastern North America. The small cherries are grown in great abundance and are reliably produced in large crops, even in the coldest regions of the United States.
Cherries are rated high in antioxidant levels that offer great health benefits such as treating Gout. Cherries offer other health benefits in their high content of Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin C, Cherries have pleased the palates of food lovers for centuries. Now there are new reasons to love cherries. As reported in a recent Newsweek article 'The day when doctors say, 'Take 10 cherries and call me in the morning' may not be far off.'
According to ongoing research, cherries are a rich source of antioxidants that can help maintain heart health, joint health and blood circulation.
Cherries are also increasingly being used in the treatment of Gout and Arthritis.
The secret is in the pigments that give cherries their rich red / black hue. They belong to a class of natural dyes called Anthocyanins. These compounds are being called 'Mother Nature's all-natural chemotherapy agents.'
Anthocyanins have been found to prevent oxidative damage, caused by oxygen or free radicals, about as well as compounds in commercial antioxidants. They also inhibited enzymes called Cyclooxygenase - 1 and -2, the targets of anti-inflammatory drugs, at doses more than ten times lower than aspirin.
Daily consumption of cherries has the potential to reduce pain related to inflammation, arthritis and gout.
In addition to the antioxidants, cherries are rich in two important flavonoids, Isoqueritrin and Queritrin. According to leading researchers, Queritrin is one of the most potent agents ever discovered. Consuming it in foods, such as cherries, is like unleashing inside your body an entire army of agents that are adept at neutralizing harmful oxidants in the body.
Black Cherries may be beneficial for the following:
Gout. Arthritis. Inflammation. Blood circulation. Joint health. Maintain heart health. Neutralize harmful oxidants in the body.
There are only a few instances in the ancient historical record concerning cherry trees. This absence in the record perhaps resulted in the fragile nature and perishability of the fruit, unlike the fruit from the apple tree. There are strong suggestions that the cherry tree originated in the territories of Asia Minor near the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. Other suggestions that the cherry trees were used in the Greek and Roman cultures come from literary historians, and it appears that cherry wood from the trees of cherry was important in many professional applications for the ancients.