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I have been getting cherry juice in the concentrate for years. One seller said it will stay good for 1 month after opening in the fridge. Also this can be put in the freezer and will stay good for a year, and it will pour right out of the freezer so I never have to thaw it out. This is what I do since it takes me a month to finish a quart bottle.
Jul 29, 2011 by ROBERT J. VONGRUENIGEN
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We noticed a difference in joint pain the first week, I noticed better sleeping after 1 and half weeks. We drink an 8 ounce glass per day, sometimes more. Cheaper than perscription anti-inflamatory drugs.
Aug 18, 2013 by jazzbit
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does have sugar in it? Sep 19, 2013
There is no added sugar in this product. And it is so concentrated that it only takes about 1-2 tablespoons of the juice in an 8-ounce cup of water to drink make a nice cherry juice beverage. Then I add 2 teaspoons of sugar before I drink it.
Sep 19, 2013 by Mary D.
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sometimes. I still wake up every couple of hours it gets very annoying I also take it because it is supposed to be good for you joints.
Jul 31, 2013 by Germania
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The ingredients list "black cherry juice concentrate". This stuff is great!
Nov 22, 2014 by J. Sprague
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They are Plastic bottles, great stuff too!
Jul 28, 2014 by Melody Sutter Fisher
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yes but shipping on the company website is about $16-18 also
Jan 3, 2014 by BY Gary H
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I've taken it as one tablespoon in the morning and one in the evening to balance out its effectiveness. However, sometimes when I forget to take it in the morning I just take two tablespoons in the evening. Both seem to work equally well. I think simply remembering to take two tablespoons each day is the most sensible criteria and not worry too much about doing it "just right".
Sep 6, 2013 by Bob
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According to the article Improved Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory Potential in Mice Consuming Sour Cherry Juice (Prunus Cerasus cv. Maraska) (Saric) Plant Foods Human Nutrition 2009; 64:231-237 Tart Cherry Juice Concentrate delivers the highest levels of anthocyanin (as compared to Tart Cherry Juice and Tart Cherry Juice Capsules).
Mar 30, 2014 by therealmccoy
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