Cherries: For Rheumatism and Gout

Found a cherry tree on my walk! The kind gardener let me pick a few. They taste amazing.

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Cherries are slightly warming, and great to eat if you are feeling cold. They help rid the body of excess acid, so they are helpful in cases of rheumatism and gout. They are also rich in iron, and helps to improve blood quality and treat anemia.

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