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Home Remedies For Gout

Home Remedies For Gout

  1. Make an ash by torching the “Indian Reed – Mace” leaves and mix this ash with sesame seed oil. Applying of this solution on gout effected area helps give relief and also helps to cure gout.
  2. As there is a saying that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. We can trust apple to keep also the Gout away. A person with gout complaints must eat at least one apple per day for obtaining relief.
  3. Drinking 6-8 ounces glasses of fluid a day not only reduces gout attacks a day but also wash out the urate crystals from the system and prevent you from developing kidney stones.
  4. Drink the half cup juice of French beans everyday for a month once or twice.
  5. Bananas are a good home remedy for curing Gout. Consume 3-4 bananas a day.
  6. One of the important home remedies to treat Gout is to soak a piece of white flannel cloth in warm castor oil and place it over the affected areas.
  7. Boil one tea-spoon of pepper in one cup of vinegar and one cup of water, dab this mixture onto the painful joint and leave it for 2-3 hours.
  8. GOUT TEA*
  • 4 teavoons agrimony leaves
  •  2 tablespoons queen of the meadow root
  • 2 cups boiling water

Combine the herbs in a glass container and cover with the boiling water; steep for 3o minutes; cool and strain. Take half a cup, up to four times daily.

  1. GOUT TEA **
  • 1 teaspoon burdock root
  • 2 tablespoons dandelion leaves
  • 1 cup water

 Combine the herbs in a pan and cover with the water. Bring to a boil; remove from the heat; steep for 3o minutes; strain. Take up to one cup per day, a tablespoon at a time.

  1. Alfalfa is a good source of minerals and other nutrients that help to reduce serum uric acid. Take 2,000 to 3,000 milligrams daily in tablet or capsule form.
  2. Bilberry extract is a good source of anthocyanidins and proanthocyanidins—powerful antioxidant compounds.
  3. Boswellia and turmeric (curcumin) have powerful anti- inflammatory properties.
  4. Apply cayenne (capsicum) powder, mixed with enough wintergreen oil to make a paste, to affected areas to relieve inflammation and pain. This may cause a stinging sensation at first, but with repeated use, pain should diminish markedly. Cayenne can also be taken in capsule or liquid form. 14. Celery seed extract contains numerous anti-inflammatory compounds.
  5. Try using chamomile, lady’s mantle (yarrow), peppermint, or skullcap, in either capsule or tea form.
  6. Devil’s claw and yucca can aid in relieving pain.
  7. Other beneficial herbs include birch, burdock, colchicum tincture, hyssop, and juniper.