Flower Remedies for Gout

Symptoms experienced during a gout attack include general fatigue, indigestion and cramps in the affected toe.  Sometimes the pain in the big toe can intensify to such an extent as to become so excruciating that it can awaken the sufferer in the middle of the night.

 

When gout attacks, all you can do is to simply accept the pain, avoid any active movements or maybe ingest some painkillers.  During the gout attack, it will be beneficial to consume more water, liquid diet, herbal tea or herbal remedies, vegetable broth and these flower remedies

 

Queen of the Meadow


Queen of the Meadow flowers has a tonic and diuretic effect.  It is a natural remedy that is able to help eliminate toxins and encourages excretion of excess uric acid which makes it an effective remedy for gout.  Put 2 teaspoons of queen of the meadow flowers, preferably the flower tops only, into 1 cup of hot water. Do not boil the water.  In fact, the hot water should not exceed 175 degrees   Fahrenheit.  Let it stand for a few mins before drinking.

 

Wild Pansy

 

Wild pansy is yet another depurative that can help in gout remedy.  Place 1 oz of wild pansy flowers into 1 quart of water and soak for 2 hours.  Bring to boil.  Remove from heat and let it steep for 10 mins.  Drink 3-4 cups daily.

 

Caution: If the flower infusion gives you some vomiting or laxative effect symptoms, reduce the dosage immediately

 

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