Is liquid extract that condenses the nutritional potency of 30 tart cherries into 1 oz.
Contains naturally occurring melatonin, which may help balance circadian rhythms for proper sleep
May support healthy joint function
Promotes healthy uric acid metabolism
Is a rich source of anti-oxidants
Can help prevent or even reverse premature aging
Researchers at the Human Aging Institute found that when 5,000 ORAC units a day are consumed through food, the risk of disease and premature aging are substantially reduced. We`ve captured the health-promoting benefits of tart cherries in the most nutritionally potent fruit juice available- each delicious serving contains over 7000 ORAC units.
Tart cherries were once only used to make pies and, due to their tart taste, the bakers replaced some of the juice with sugar. Not until university empirical studies showing the benefits of consuming tart cherries began to surface did we realize that tart cherry eaters had far less gout and arthritis than those who didn`t eat any at all.
Has more ellagic acid than pomegranates
More anthocyanins than blueberries
Higher ORAC rating than acai
Better for gout than black cherry
Far more scientific validation than goji, mangosteen, or noni
Final word from Dave:
My grandmother always used black cherries to help control my grandfathers gout, I remember her counting out 100 cherries just as her grandmother had done for her father, today science shows us that sour / tart cherries contain 3 - 5 X more of the phytochemicals that grandma was seeking. Each ounce of our Apothe-Cherry is equal to the juice from 33 sour cherries and more than 100 black cherries; my grandma would be proud.
- Dave Sandoval
What Is Apothe-Cherry?
Purium’s Apothe-Cherry is a tart cherry extract that condenses the nutritional potency of approximately 30 sour/tart cherries into 1 oz. of concentrate.
What’s In It?
Sour/tart cherry extract is the only ingredient.
For maintenance, add ½ oz. (1 tbsp) to water or juice. For maximum effect, add 1 oz (2 tbsp) of concentrate to 8-10 oz. of water or juice.
Why Do We Make It?
From sleep aid to healthy joint function, tart cherries contain phytonutrients and antioxidants that offer health-promoting benefits to issues many people face daily:
Melatonin: Your body produces this hormone, which signals the circadian rhythm to prepare for sleep. Tart cherries can help balance circadian rhythm due to this safe melatonin boost of tart cherries.
Ellagic Acid: Research suggests that this antioxidant has the potential to inhibit the production of lipopolysaccharide in your body, which plays a role in acute inflammatory reactions.
Anthocyanin: This is a flavonoid found in berries that has been shown to improve low-density lipoprotein oxidation, thus supporting cardiovascular health.
Consumption of tart cherry juice has also been connected to:
Healthy uric acid metabolism
Joint health and recovery
Healthy response to inflammation
Deeply pigmented fruits have many antioxidants and cherry is one of the highest sources of this antioxidant power. While cherries are seasonal, its nutrients are needed all year-round. Apothe-Cherry gives you easy access to tart cherry, even when it is not in season.
David Sandoval’s Product Pairing Suggestions
David suggests pairing Apothe-Cherry with:
Daily Fiber Blend: aids with melatonin production and is a low sugar and reduced calorie/carb option for diabetics. Apothe-Cherry mixes with soluble fibers making it a great delivery system, slowing the rate that sugar breaks down in the blood allowing for controlled release.
Bio Fruit: completes the daily fruit serving with an Apothe-Cherry serving
40x Aloe Vera Concentrate: contains polysaccharides that help retain antioxidants and melatonin in the blood 3 times longer
This product is gluten-free and vegan.
Apothe-Cherry is Non-GMO Project verified.
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