Effect of Devil's Claw on Gout
In modern Europe, devil's claw is used to treat all types of joint pain, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and gout. Devil's claw is also used for soft tissue (muscle-related or...
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Effect of Other Treatments on Gout
On the basis of interesting reasoning but no concrete evidence of effectiveness, fish oil, olive leaf, vitamin E, selenium, bromelain, vitamin A, and aspartic acid have also been recommended for both...
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On the basis of interesting reasoning but no concrete evidence of effectiveness, fish oil, olive leaf, vitamin E, selenium, bromelain, vitamin A, and aspartic acid have also been recommended for both prevention and treatment of gout.5
A traditional remedy for gout (with negligible scientific evidence) calls for consumption of ½ to 1 pound of cherries a day.6 You can also buy tablets containing concentrated cherry juice.
Celery juice is another folk remedy for gout that is said to be widely used in Australia.
- Murray MT, Pizzorno JE. Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine. 2nd ed. Rocklin, Calif: Prima Publishing; 1998:493-494.
- Blau LW. Cherry diet control for gout and arthritis. Tex Rep Biol Med. 1950;8:309-311.
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