Gout is a metabolic disorder (increased uric acid in the blood) that causes arthritis. It is one of the most frequent pathologies in rheumatology, affects men aged 30 to 50 years in almost 90% of cases, and women from 50 years old.
It is a common problem for people who have problems with the digestive system. Uric acid increases in the joints of the feet (in this case the big toes), as a result of irregular waste disposal. When the kidneys fail to get rid of uric acid, it eventually crystallizes and builds up in the joints, causing inflammation.
Some natural remedies for uric acid:
Add half a teaspoon to a glass of water per day. An increase in the teaspoon is more effective for the current attacks of gout.
It is recommended to squeeze half a lemon in 8 ounces of hot or lukewarm water to drink every morning before breakfast.
Add a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar to 8 ounces of water to drink before breakfast and dinner every day.
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