April 4, 2008

Gout Remedy - Cherries and Baking Soda

Gout is a type of arthritis, also called gouty arthritis and is a build up of uric acid in the joints. It can strike at any time and almost instantly. It's an excruciating, throbbing pain in the joints that often hits at night. It can even turn the skin red-hot and can leave the affected joint swollen and extremely tender. Even worse, an attack can last for days, with no feeling of an end in site. It is very important that you take your health seriously when it comes to gout prevention and treatment. Gout can lead to and can be a precursor to all sorts of other dangerous health effects including: high blood pressure and kidney stones, to name a few.

Triggers

  • Drinking too much alcohol
  • Overeating, especially purine foods
  • Having surgery
  • Experiencing a sudden severe illness or trauma
  • Going on a crash diet
  • Injuring a joint
  • Chemotherapy treatments
  • Stress

Prevention

  • Drinking a lot of water, six or more glasses a day, will help the body to excrete more uric acid.
  • Maintaining a proper weight, and getting regular exercise reduces the risk and severity of gout attacks.
  • Avoid foods with high levels of purines. Such as shellfish, alcohol, creamy sauces, dried peas, etc.
  • Proper and immediately treatment will not allow gout to get worse. Quick treatment methods are available in the Gout Remedy Report!

Natural treatments for gout will not only help prevent gout attacks, but will also stop the painful gout symptoms. Knowing what to look for and what natural remedies work best for you is very important to your health. Every bit of information that you will need to cure and prevent gout attacks can be found in the "Gout Remedy Report"

Treatments

These are just a sample of the what you will find in the Gout Remedy Report.

To find out all the treatment and prevention methods for gout get the report!

Cherries. Many people have found cherries to be very beneficial for them. It is suggested that you only use fresh cherries. Do not use canned cherries; these are missing many of the most important vitamins and compounds needed to treat gout. Try about ten cherries a day up to 1/2 pound. You may also get some great success with 1 tablespoon of cherry juice concentrate.

Charcoal Paste.

Charcoal has the ability to draw toxins from the body. Mix 1/2 cup of powdered activated charcoal with a few tablespoons flaxseed ground to a meal (coffee grinder work great for this) and enough very warm water to make a paste. Apply to the affected joint. Cover with a cloth or plastic to hold in place. Change every 4 hours or leave on overnight.
*Warning* charcoal produces stains, so be careful.
 

Baking Soda.

Long known for its value in cooking, baking soda can have a tremendously positive affect for gout sufferers. In fact, it can help improve the positive effects of NSAIDs and can even rid you of your gout symptoms completely. To use: combine 1⁄2 tsp with 8oz water mix thoroughly and drink, before bed, upon waking and once every 2 to 4 hours. (Do not exceed 4 tsp a day)

If you want to end Gout Pain and Inflammation using safe natural methods, the get ahold of the latest copy of the Gout Remedy Report

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