5 Gout Home Remedies

gout home remedies Gout is a type of arthritis that is affected by the levels of uric acid in the body, especially in the joints. If you suffer from gout, you know that tenderness, swelling, pain, and inflammation in the joints can be an every day part of life. How can you ease these symptoms? There are several ways to do this. We recommend after speaking with your doctor and adding a natural joint supplement to your daily diet, trying these convenient gout home remedies.


1. Lemon Juice

In order to reduce pain from gout it is imperative to neutralize the extra uric acid in the blood stream. This can be done with fresh lemon juice and baking soda. Lemon’s ingredients help prevent the crystallization of uric acid. Add a half teaspoon of baking soda along with the juice of the lemon into a glass of water. Wait until the fizzing subsides then drink. Lemon water is also beneficial because it increases urine output and reduces fluid retention in the body’s tissues.

2. Epsom Salt

Epsom salt doesn’t just help gout, it helps any type of arthritis. It’s comprised of magnesium and sulfate which reduce muscle pain, decrease inflammation, and aid nerve functions by regulating electrolytes. To relieve gout pain take an epsom salt bath two or three times per week. If pain is just in your feet, take a epsom salt foot bath.

3. Cherries

Who isn’t looking for a reason to eat more cherries? Sweet and sour cherries are full of antioxidants that can less pain and inflammation associated with a gout attack. For best results eat 20 cherries a day as soon as you wake up in the morning.

4. Ginger root

Ginger root is full of anti-inflammatory properties that help relieve pain and decrease inflammation. It can be used in many ways: during cooking, mixed with hot water and drink as a tea, or make a paste with water and ginger root and apply to the affected area. Ginger also reduces flatulence, nausea, and settles the stomach.

5. Vitamin C

Adding more fruits and vegetables enriched with vitamin C, like oranges, can reduce the amount of uric acid in the body. It’s important not to go crazy with vitamin C because extreme levels of vitamin C in the body may actually raise levels of uric acid. You can also acquire vitamin C in supplement form.

These gout home remedies can easily be incorporated into your every day lifestyle and should provide another way for you to find relief from gout pain. These home remedies can be a great supplement to an existing treatment plan like natural joint supplements. Just because you have gout doesn’t mean you have to live in pain. If you aren’t familiar with joint supplements, we can help.

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  1. I made ginger simple syrup, filled a glass 1/3 ginger, 1/3 fresh squeezed lemon juice, 1/3 cold water. It’s delicious

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