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5 Effective Natural Gout Remedy Options | Cure Gout Now

5 Effective Natural Gout Remedy Options

There are times when medications and eating properly are not enough to stop gout from coming back on a frequent basis. Everyone has a different body, of course, and what works rather well for some won’t have much of an impact for others. Those who have had little luck with traditional means of staving off gout attacks often look to find a more natural gout remedy to see if things can turn around for them.

The following are natural remedies that have been reported time and again by sufferers as having proven track records in helping to treat and prevent the symptoms of gout:

Cherries: It might seem silly that something as simple as cherries could be the answer, but for some, it is. If you’re suffering with a gout flare up try to eat about a half a pound of cherries a day for a week to see if it helps. They don’t have to be fresh from the tree cherries, either. They can be from a can if you wish. Cherries contain a compound that helps to remove uric acid from the body.

Vitamin C: This vitamin is important for the body every day, but can be taken in the amount of 1,000 mg at the onset of a gout attack to see if it can offer some relief. On a regular basis, at least 500 mg. should be taken each day. A doctor can help decide what level of vitamin C is suitable for you as it has been reported that for some gout sufferer’s high doses of vitamin C can actually worsen gout symptoms.

Celery Seeds: This herb (or plant if you wish) can help reduce the amounts of uric acid that find their way to the joints of the body. Celery seeds act as a diuretic. This means the kidneys work faster to flush out the system, thus lowering amounts of uric acid in the system. Celery seeds also have anti-inflammatory properties and help with overall relaxation. (Please note: pregnant women or people taking blood thinning medications should not take this remedy.)

Apple Cider Vinegar: This is a remedy that comes up quite often when people discuss natural remedies, and is good for many other conditions as well as gout. Some suggest that just two tablespoons a day will help the body better process and get rid of the excess uric acid in the body. Vinegar, however, is hard to swallow, so mix it in a glass of water before drinking. Some report that a small addition of honey makes it easier to drink.

Strawberries:  What could be more simple than strawberries? It has been reported that a cup a day of these berries (or as much as a cup with each meal) can help lower uric acid levels. Strawberries contain a neutralizing agent so the body has less uric acid to process, thus relieving pain and inflammation.

All of these natural gout remedy ideas are pretty easy to try and are common items that you might eat anyway. When it comes to the celery seeds and the vitamin C, a quick chat with your doctor to be sure they are entirely safe for you and your unique position is recommended. You will probably get the okay to move ahead, but asking can help you avoid any unnecessary side effects in regards to your overall health.

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5 Responses

  1. Rod Dunning
    September 28th, 2007 | 9:34 am

    very intresting I car’t wait to try the cherries and strawberries out

  2. September 30th, 2007 | 3:39 am

    I have not had a single outbreak of gout since taking cherries, as a juice, fruit or supplement. My uric acid levels are still alittle high, but no outbreaks at all. It works far better than the drugs for gout.

  3. diane fishkin
    June 28th, 2008 | 3:07 am

    i was eating lots of cherries and blueberries and had a
    horrible gout attack. i used to eat all the wrong things and drink now and again and i might get an attack once a year - i had spine surgery and have stopped drinking
    completely and am eating right and i am getting more attacks. am not allowed to take anti inflamatories for 3 mos due to surgery - i also find due to a huge bunnuion on my foot that when i bang it it can cause an attack, so it is also accidents to the foot that can cause attacks as well as food - thanks for listening.

  4. Odessa S.
    July 2nd, 2008 | 4:18 pm

    I am excited to try some of the above remedies for my fiance, I love him and therefore, hate seeing him in pain. Anything that will make him mobile I am willing to have him try.

  5. July 11th, 2008 | 12:41 pm

    Hi Diane

    For people who are already at risk of developing gout attacks can be bought on by injury to the joint.

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