The wealth of research into ADHD is on the rise. There are so many clinical trials these days that it’s hard to keep up. One of these include a recent study of seventy children in order to evaluate the effectiveness of 'sour cherry' concentrate on symptoms of ADHD.
The study, which took place at the Ibn-e-Sina psychiatric clinic in Iran, involved a randomised control trial, in which children, aged 6-12 were given sour cherry concentrate to drink for a duration of two weeks. Despite some abdominal pain, and asthenia, the results reveal no significant benefit of sour cherry on the symptoms of ADHD.
Until reading this study I had no idea that sour cherry was even a thing. I think I’ll stick with my Omega 3 capsules!