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Moving10 Home Remedies for Gout Pain

September 18, 2018by was73100

The best home remedies for gout are the old fashioned methods that

grandparents used. To relieve gout pain and suffering, the “old timers”

had to use products that were

readily available at home. These products went out of vogue as medical

scientist and researchers touted new remedies for this old problem.

Treating gout with old home remedies has come full circle. Now the old

home remedies that grandma used are now gaining in popularity.

1) Apply Ice to the area. – To reduce pain, applying ice directly to the

area was the first line of defense in most homes. Applying cold packs to

the inflamed swollen joints for 10-15 minutes still works.

Applying ice will reduce the pain and the inflammation. This may feel

uncomfortable for the first few minutes but be persistent.The pain of Gout

is worse the feeling of cold on the skin.

2)Take ibuprofen to help ease the pain.

3)Exercise the joints. Put each of the joint through a full range of motion.

Try doing this exercise 1-2 times per day.

4)Soak the feet in Epsom Salt if the pain is concentrated in the big toe.

Epsom Salt is a staple in almost every grandma’s house. Older people use Epsom

Salt for everything from a laxative to a bath salt to sooth aching muscles.

Epsom salts contains Magnesium. Raising your magnesium levels may improve your

heart and circulation and lower blood pressure. It will also help flush

away the toxins and heavy metals from the body. Most importantly it helps to

reduce stress. Soaking your feet in a warm tub of Epsom salts will give you

almost immediate relief from gout pain.

For a leisurely bathe: Add two cups of Epsom Salt to the warm water as the bathtub

fills. Soak leisurely in the tub until the water starts losing heat.

For an extra treat, add a few drops of scented essential oil.

5) Eat strawberries fresh strawberries also help neutralize uric acid, as do nuts,

seeds, and grains, although to a lesser extent. The berries contain high concentrations

of vitamin C as well as fruit acids and minerals, like potassium, magnesium zinc,

manganese, calcium and iron.

6) Eat some cherries – Consume cherries and cherry juice often. Cherries are an

old nutritional remedy known to help reduce uric-acid levels

7) Drink water in abundance 8-10 glasses per day will flush way toxins and dilute

the uric acid levels.

8)Increase your consumption of foods such as citrus fruits, berries, tomatoes,

green peppers, and leafy greens, which are high in natural vitamin C and the

bioflavonoids that reduce inflammation.

9)Exercise regularly. Regular…


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Source by Tim Gorman

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