Skip to content Skip to sidebar Skip to footer

Are There Natural Ways Of Gout Cure?

Gout is a condition that causes severe inflammation in one joint. These attacks can occur suddenly (acutely), and quickly reach a point of extreme pain before subsiding. A second attack usually occurs after a period of time, which can be months or years. It usually affects a different joint, especially the lower limb. Gout can be treated but the time between attacks will become shorter and last longer over time. This can lead to gout becoming worsened and affecting other joints.

Natural Remedies

Gout can be treated with natural remedies as well as many other methods. Gout can be treated with cheery juice or cherries. The anti-inflammatory properties of cherries may help to reduce the body’s uric acid levels and prevent it from settling in joints, which can lead to gout. Can you use canned cherries or fresh cherry? It doesn’t matter if you choose sweet or sour cherries. All cherries are natural gout remedies.

A daily intake of cherries should be between ten and one-half pound. Cherry juice concentrate (1 tablespoon per person) is another option. It is effective in curing gout.

Proper Diet

Gout can also be treated naturally with diet. The diet’s purines account for approximately 50% of the body’s uric acid production. A modified purine or low purine diet can help prevent future gout attacks. A low purine diet is one that eliminates the following high-purine foods: organ meats sweetbreads, brains and kidneys, meat gravies, meat extracts meat, scallops, wild fish, mackerel, herrings, anchovies, and sardines.

A low purine diet allows only one serving of the following foods per day: dried beans and peas; asparagus, cauliflower, spinach or mushrooms; poultry, meat, fish; and dried beans, peas and asparagus. You can also consider a purine modified diet. This is a diet that eliminates high-purine foods like liver, brain, kidney, and other organ meats.

Purine-modified diets allow for certain protein foods to be consumed in excess of 100 grams per day. 7 grams of protein is found in one ounce of meat. Bread and grains contain about 3 grams of protein each. One serving is half a cup of rice or one slice of bread. You can get protein from milk, eggs, and cheese. These foods are high-protein and low in purines.

Hydration

A natural remedy for gout is to increase your water intake. This can flush out excess uric acids and prevent the formation of kidney stones. It is recommended that you consume at least eight glasses of water per day, or three litres. Gout sufferers should avoid alcohol as it increases uric acids production and inhibits their secretion. It is important to lose weight to prevent gout.

However, fasting can cause rapid weight loss which causes cells to release uric acid as they are broken down. You should instead try slow, steady weight loss.

Charcoal Poultice

It is another natural treatment for gout. You will need to combine half a cup of activated powdered coal with a few tablespoons flaxseed. Blend it until it becomes a meal. Add enough warm water to make a paste. Apply paste to affected joint. Cover with plastic or cloth. You should change the dressing every four hours, or leave it on for several days. The charcoal poultice can stain clothing and bedding.

You can also use a charcoal bath to treat gout. Mix one-half cup of charcoal powder and water in a basin that is not easily stained. Add water to the basin until the foot is completely covered. Your foot should be soaked in the charcoal bath for between 30-60 minutes.