Rats were fed a crude extract of mushed up Blueberries preserved in alcohol.
They then had different chemicals injected into their paw that cause pain,
inflammation, and swelling. Feeding the rats the highest serving size of
Blueberries decreased swelling in their paw by up to 82%. The Blueberry Extract
also decreased the sensation of pain and free radical damage significantly and
its effects were not that much less than the commonly used and powerful
anti-inflammatory drug indomethacin. The study is published in the April 2007
issue of the Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology.
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