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Have You Tried The Gout Green Tea Remedy? | Cure Gout Now

Have You Tried The Gout Green Tea Remedy?


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Green tea has been touted as a beneficial elixir for many different reasons. Some claim it can help with weight loss, encourages toxins to be released from the body, and some say it might even help to fight cancer. Others believe that there is a gout green tea remedy that can help with pain and flare-ups. Those who have gout and would like to try this out should be aware of what they can expect, and they should also be sure they know the correct way to brew the tea so that it has the most positive affects on the body.

Green tea has drunk in China for health and well being for centuries. The Chinese believe it to be very powerful, and use it to help with many ailments that might have otherwise gone untreated. Green tea is considered better than black tea. This is because it is in its natural form. Black tea has gone through oxidation, which causes it to lose some of its powerful healing properties. Not only is green tea better, it tends to be more pure. When buying, get a quality brand, preferably organic, for the best benefits.

If you want to prepare green tea the correct way, you have to remember that this type of tea is more delicate than black, so it must be handled as such. The pot for brewing is important. If possible, you should have what is called a yixing clay pot. If you can’t find one, you may have to go to a store specializing in Chinese or Japanese cooking materials. You should never buy your tea in teabag form. Instead, buy it in its natural, dried form. And, for the best results, you should not use water from your tap. Instead, buy pure, filtered water from the store.

When brewing, take your time to do it right for the best taste and the most benefits to your health. Remember that though the gout green tea remedy is your main point, this tea has other health benefits as well. Some of the steps might seem silly, but they are said to be the best way to get the most out of the tea. You have to decide how much you want to make before you start. If you are only making it for yourself, you can make extra to save in a sealed container for cold tea later on if you wish.

Boil your water in your new pot, and then pour the water into each of the cups that you want to fill with the green tea. Once you have done this, you should then discard the remaining water in your pot. This is done for a few reasons. The first reason is to lower the temperate of the tea. It should not be made with boiling water, but rather with water that has cooled a bit. Also, this allows the pot and the ceramic cups to be warmed. After this, you should add a teaspoon of tea for every eight ounces of tea you are making into the pot and tip in the water from the cups, and you then allow it to brew for about two minutes.

You should drink your green tea daily. The antioxidants in the tea are said to reduce and even eliminate gout, depending on how bad it is, and even where it is located. It can also trigger more frequent urination, which can help remove excess uric acid that leads to gout. You should give your gout green tea remedy a few weeks to see if it helps.

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One Response

  1. July 20th, 2007 | 2:07 am

    I would be usuing green tea but it interacts with my bloodthinner wayfarin–as do most supplements. Luckily, cherry juice, and supplements doesn’t, so I take that instead. Green tea has vitamin K–a coagulant–which counteracts the bloodthinner.

    Micki

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