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Archives: 2008 July | Cure Gout Now

How to Cure Gout Naturally

If you would like to better understand how to cure gout in a natural way, then you may wish to examine the impact of certain herbs and other at-home treatments that can help to control the inflammation, minimize uric acid production, and ease the pain from which all gout patients suffer. 
The following methods, substances, spices […]

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An Interesting Way to Treat Gout Uric Acid Manipulation Through PH

When this article was originally posted to the blog it generated a lot of discussion from fellow gout sufferers, so I thought you might like to see it again in case you missed out first time round….
Gout uric acid is one of the primary contributing factors to the painful symptoms experienced by gout sufferers. Therefore, controlling the production […]

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Gout Pain Relief Through Ayurvedic Medicine

Gout pain relief is available not only through conventional western medicine, but also through alternative medicines such as the ancient form of ayurvedic medicine. In ayurvedic medicine, gout is referred to as vatrakta.
Vatrakta is indicated biochemically of:
An augmentation in the concentration level of serum urate.
Recurrent acute pain attacks within the joints, which may become […]

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Five Ways to Fight Arthritis Gout

Gout, also known as arthritis gout, is a painful form of arthritis that occurs when uric acid builds up in crystals at the joints of the body, most commonly at the big toe and in the hands.  It usually appears as sudden attacks as opposed to being a common complaint.  It is different from typical […]

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