A very simple natural remedy
Gout is a very painful type of arthritis: it is the inflammation of a joint in the human body that is caused by uric acid crystals. It is usually cured within one to three weeks, but it can return after a while. It’s very unpleasant! New research has shown that you can protect yourself from or even cure gout by drinking a simple drink every day.
You can prevent or even cure gout with this simple trick.
For many people, taking medication is part of daily life. No one wants to take them, but when you’re in pain, you’re glad they exist. However, taking medication is not always the best way to fight diseases.
Mother Nature also provides us with many natural remedies, many of which shame the pharmaceutical industry. It’s the same with gout. There are tons of drugs that help you cure gout or relieve pain, but research has shown that there is a natural product that can potentially work even better. And you can get it at the supermarket!
Before we disclose which product we are talking about, we want to emphasize that it is always best to consult your doctor first when it comes to pain that may be related to gout. There are several types of gout treated with different medications. Many people think they have gout when it is an infection. So, once again, consult your doctor to be sure that this is what you are suffering from!
Many gout medications have unpleasant side effects, but with this drink, it will all be a thing of the past. Research has shown that drinking a glass of cherry juice twice a day can prevent or cure gout. Cherries have many properties and are super healthy. They contain anthocyanins, which are very effective when it comes to reducing uric acid levels. In addition, cherries also contain a natural painkiller.
Now we can say from experience that this method works, but there are many people on the Internet who have tried it and are very happy with the results. In the video below, Joe from Joe’s Newsreel Archive talks about his experience with gout and cherry juice.
Disclaimer: This information is not an alternative to your doctor’s advice. In case of doubt, please consult your doctor.