"I read about the American Indians using Wild Cherry Bark tea for asthma but heard it was not easy to drink so I ordered the pills. It has proven to relieve most of my asthma symptoms so far. I am taking 2 pills 3 times a day and can definately feel..." -- Lissa
The bark of the Wild Cherry has a bitter taste and has been recommended as a substitute for quinine in intermittent fevers, joint pain and joint pain complaints. The fruits have a similar taste which they gradually lose by maturation.
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I read about the American Indians using Wild Cherry Bark tea for asthma but heard it was not easy to drink so I ordered the pills. It has proven to relieve most of my asthma symptoms so far. I am taking 2 pills 3 times a day and can definately feel the difference.
-- July 7, 2007
This works when you can't make tea. The effects lasted about 3 hours and did help my asthma.
-- January 21, 2009
It makes a difference!
I have asthma and taking one or two Wild Cherry Bark pills a day does make a difference,...I don't cough nearly as much and I breath better.
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