YOUR CONTRIBUTION GOES HERE. BE THE FIRST!
We have a page about herbal remedies for gout on this website. (A link to it is at the bottom of this article). It's among the best visited on this website - considerably more viewed than most of the pages about drug medications. The herbal treatment for gout page has a round-up of some of the better known herbs reported to lower uric acid levels or deal with inflammation.
We write about turmeric, devil's claw, lagerstroemia speciosa (VAD), yucca and stinging nettle.
JUST HOW HELPFUL ARE THESE HERBS FOR GOUT?
The testimonials on this page will be super-useful for our visitors. They are just as good as polls, perhaps better. Polls count votes, but people don't describe their experiences with polls. Whilst poll scores are interesting and encouraging, what gout sufferers really want to know is what others have said about
herbal treatment for gout. This may tell them what to expect, which is considerably more interesting.
Most herbs for gout relief have little research behind them but some do get reported as helpful. How much of a real remedy are they?
This page throws much more light on this question. Your experiences can help all visitors to this site's herbs for gout pages get a clearer picture about just how good herbs for gout relief really are.
Have you learnt that devil's claw, stinging nettle and VAD lower your uric acid level as they have been reported to do? How much did you take? And by how much did your uric acid level fall? And how quickly?
How often have you tried herbal treatment for gout? And since you first tried herbs for gout have you had another gout flare up? If you haven't, how long ago did they lower your uric acid? Or have you noticed that gout flare ups are not as bad as they once were?
yucca may reduce inflammation. Turmeric sales are growing on account of
its anti inflammatory action, but is this anti inflammatory action true
of gout's inflammation, which is caused by the MSU crystals? Can anyone
report success in lowering uric acid levels with devil's claw, stinging
nettle or lagerstroemia speciosa? (Read more about lagerstroemia
speciosa on our herbal remedy for gout page. The link is at the bottom
of this article).
These are just a few of the questions that other gout sufferers ask about herbs and gout. You can help them by explaining your experience and expressing your opinions.
Will your contribution make a difference to someone else? It certainly will. best-gout-remedies.com receives a large number of visitors, from a significant number of countries, every day - and in a year, from more than 100 countries. Like you, visitors are looking for gout solutions. As mentioned above, among the pages a large percentage of them click to is the herbs for gout pages.
They are hungry for information about a herbal cure for gout. Throw them tasty morsels, snacks or a full meal.
CONFIDENTIALITY AND WRITING HELP
Some people wish to keep their gout a confidential matter. Your contribution can be as anonymous as you wish. We shall only publish a contributor's name, locality and country with permission - so you will decide the format of your contribution signature. Your email address will not be published, but we shall ask you if you wish to take emails from interested visitors with a question or two in mind. If there's a final edited version, you will approve it - before it goes live on this website. Minimum contribution: 50 words please. Write more than 500 words and we'll make it a page if you wish.
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