Cherries as anti-inflammatory therapy in musculoskeletal medicine
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Anti-inflammatory cherry use is not a new idea. In the 1950s cherries were recommended for arthritis and gout. However, the first scientifically rigorous cherry studies came several decades later. In 2001 a group at Michigan State University used in vitro enzyme assays to show that cherry juice has COX-2 inhibitory activity similar to both ibuprofen and naproxen.
Evidence-based practice 15, no. 09 (2012): 05