Gout can be a very confusing disorder and is often misdiagnosed.
It is a form of arthritis resulting from metabolic disturbances in the body.
Sodium urate and uric acid crystals get deposited in the tissues leading to gout.
There is no magical cure to it. The best approach is to understand what is happening in the body and why is it happening.
Conventional treatment only has a radical effect on the body chemistry. They do little to reduce the tendency to uric acid deposits.
Natural products like bilberry, celery and cherries help in reducing the uric acid levels. All food items which are high in purine content should be avoided. Fluid intake per day should be increased to flush out the excess uric acid from the system.
These dietary changes combined with herbal remedies provide a holistic approach in curing Gout.
Dr Vijay Kamat graduated from K.L.E. society’s Shri B. M. Kankanwadi Ayurved Mahavidyalaya, Belgaum, India; one of the oldest Ayurvedic institutions in India. He is a prestigious member of the Ayurvedic Association of India. He possesses deep ancestral and research-based knowledge of plants, and is passionate about bringing age-old secrets of Ayurveda within the reach of a common man. In keeping with his passion, he is presently leading the medical team of Biogetica – a collective of Doctors dedicated to natural medicine. Together, they work to bring evidence-based natural healing solutions to the world.