Natural Cures

There is a good chance you or someone you know is suffering from an arthritic health condition known as gout. The good news is, you can treat it naturally without the need of chemicals or treatments.

Gout is an extremely complicated form of arthritis that is generally overlooked by people who have never experienced it. It can cause an attack of sudden burning pain, stiffness, and swelling in a joint, usually a big toe. The attacks will continue to happen unless the gout is treated. Over time, it can hurt your joints, tendons, and other tissues.

Gout is caused from the build-up of the uric acid in your blood as a result of the breakdown of waste compounds dissolved in the blood and processed by the kidneys. Gout attacks happen as a result of the kidneys not being able to remove the uric acid causing a crystallization and buildup of waste in the joints.

Symptoms:

Intense Joint Pain- Gout usually begins with the large joint of the big toe, but can occur anywhere in your feet, ankles, knees, hands, and wrists. The pain is usually most severe within the first 4-12 hours after it begins.

Lingering discomfort- After the most severe pain subsides, some joint discomfort may last from a few days to a few weeks. Later attacks are likely to last longer and affect more joints.

Inflammation and redness- The affected joints or joints become swollen, tender, warm and red.

Limited range of motion- Decreased joint mobility may occur as gout progresses.

The natural treatment is simple, healthy, delicious, and effective. All you need is a few ingredients, blender, strainer, and a container with a lid.

Ingredients:

1 pineapple

1 cup cherry juice

1 thumb ginger root

Honey

Method:

Cut the pineapple’s skin and remove the stem. Slice the fruit into chunks, and put into the blender. Blend the pineapple, and then add the cherry juice sprinkling with turmeric and grated ginger. Blend.

Strain the mixture through a sieve, and store in a glass container. Add honey as desired, and take ¼ cup of the mixture twice daily.