Anti-Gout Medicinal

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Try having every day a tea consisting of : 1) Nettle 2) Celery Seed

3)Rosemary 4)Oregano 5)Turmeric 6) Baking Soda

All of these ingredients help to turn back the clock on Gout. I am

living proof. Remember to steep for a full 10 minutes ant then strain

out solid ingredients.

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    Hi, wildlife, are all these dry herbs? How is the taste? Baking soda? How much please? I'm currently drinkingcherry juice which is way too sweet for me, yet, to some degree it helps but drinking that much sugar doesn't still well with me. I read about celery seed I think I'm allergic to nettle but I'll try it in this combination. How long did take before you started seeing results?


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      Nettle tea bags you will probably have to get at a Health Food store and it is the leaves from a plant.

      Celery seed I bought at Safeway beside the spice section. Rosemary,

      Oregano,and Turmeric can all be found in that section too.

      Best way is to break open the Nettle

      Tea bag and put in a mug then add about four shakes of Rosemary,Oregano,and Turmeric.Pour boiling water into cup.

      Steep for 10 minutes covered. After

      steeping add 1 teaspoon of baking soda. It's a bit like Buckley's - it tastes aweful but it works!

      Cherry is also very good. You can get

      Cherry extract gel caps at some health food stores. You might want to

      try them though they are a bit pricey.

      I have only had one onset flare up

      Since I started the above I have not had a second flare up.

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      p.s. Should have mentioned strain the mixture after the ten minutes then add the baking soda. Also many Gout

      Sufferers recommend adding 1/2 tsp

      of baking soda to the water they drink during the day.

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      You may be drinking the wrong kind of juice. " Just Tart Cherry " is the brand I found. No sugar added but there is 25 grams/ serving in it naturally. Basically you need to cut the sugar as much as possible in your diet. I've cut way back on beef, shellfish, processed foods, sodas and anything with sugar or HFCS. I try to walk for an hour / day 6 days a week. Lost 22 lbs. and gout free for 2 years so far. I do take a tart cherry-Tumric capsule and celery seed tablets 2/day. The other thing is I try to eat 3 fruits/day and 5 veg/day fresh when possible or like brocolli aldente. Cut out the chips and cheese twists switched to Multigrain Tortillas chips. They are made with flax seeds , sesame seeds,sunflower seeds, Quinoa, corn, and Brown rice. Not a lot of salt but not bad. They contain NO trans fats, cholesterol, preservatives, hydrogenated fats, and gluten free.

      Good Luck on staying pain free I remember how bad mine was.

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      Hi Timothy, yes, that's the one I'm drinking. 25 grams/serving is a lot of sugar. One issue with me is that I've had gout since I was 14, and now I'm in my 50's.  I don't drink soda, I eat very little beef, limited amounts of processed foods, and an occasional drink at Costco probably has HFCS in it like once every 2-3 months.  I'm not fat, I loss about 30 lbs, but yes, riding on the elliptical helps, rather than just walking. Eating lots of food is not a big on my agenda. I eat salads, nuts and fresh fruits. But wow you eat a lot! Nope, I eat one apple and it keeps me full for a good 4 - 6 hours. I'll try the pills and see how they work. I prefer to just take a pill to combat this when it acts up.

      I'm a healthy eater and I'm very much aware of trans fats, oils, etc., since I'm allergic to many oils and foods. I, also buy and eat mostly organic foods when I'm home  and drink lots of water to keep my uric acid low. Unfortunately I cannot eat my favorite food anymore, because it is a high purine food, and I try to stay away from wheat because it also raises my purine levels. 

      Take care and God Bless.

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