- Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 5.1 x 7.6 cm
- Item part number: ENGOUT
- ASIN: B01FCG6D7K
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 27 March 2017
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #22,530 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
G-OUT! Purge - Uric Acid Cleanse Treatment & Healthy Kidney Support to Fight Flare-Ups, Pain, and Swelling - Celery Seed & Tart Cherry - 60 Vegetarian Soft Capsules
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Every once in awhile, maybe once a year I won't take colchicine right when the attack happens because of one circumstance or another. At the same time I will get an attack that is much worse then usual. These attacks can last for a full month and have me walking on a cane, when I can muster the energy to walk at all. This was one of those times. I read the many glowing reviews and decided to buy the product. Like anyone who suffers from gout I have scoured the internet for ways to deal with it (not to mention been given suggestions from everyone out there who has an uncle or cousin that cleared up their gout with some home remedy...sorry for the snark but if you are a long time sufferer you know how annoying it is to be in excruciating pain and told by some well meaning friend that "Apple Cider Vinegar will clear that right up"). However the two big ingredients in this pill are commonly used and well known natural methods thought to be effective (celery seed and tart cherry), so I decided to try the pills out. Well they certainly did not stop the attack. In fact they didn't even make a dent in it. Nothing short of a couple visits to the doc for cortisone injections was gonna tame this attack. Oddly enough I have had swelling in my feet since taking the pills. Which you would think would be the opposite since it is meant to help you get rid of excess uric acid and the only way to do that is to urinate more. However, I started taking a magnesium supplement at the same time, and will experiment to see if that may be the culprit to my swelling feet.
I have decided that since the attack is over with now, I will continue to take the pills for the time being. The idea is to finish this bottle and to purchase another. The main reason is, I am hoping it can be an alternative to taking allopurinol for lowering uric acid. I am not keen on taking 300mg of allopurinol a day for the rest of my life as I worry what the long term side effects will be. So I will give this product two bottles worth of a try to see if it helps. I have had gout for 20 years despite being a young man still. I have gotten to the point where I can tell when an attack is around the corner, or when my uric acid is especially elevated by the stiffness in my ankles or other joints in my foot. Hoping this will be a natural way, along with diet changes, to limit the number and severity of attacks.
By the way I have noticed that personally, it is not the conventional thinking when it comes to gout diet that seems to affect me most. It is not overdoing it on purines from meat or shellfish or other foods that triggers the attacks for me. In fact I don't think purines are the main culprit at all. It is also not alcohol, as I do not drink whatsoever. Instead the attacks seem to come from a confluence of two factors. First not drinking enough water to hydrate and help with the elimination of uric acid. I have to drink lots of water, more then the recommended amounts to help flush it out. My kidneys just don't seem to go a good job flushing out the uric acid and also of holding on to water. Second, sugar is much more a culprit for me. When I eat a lot of sweets, drink sodas or sugary fruit juice (which seem to be a very aggressive trigger for me), and overdo it on carbs, is when the attacks happen. Oddly enough, I have had the best results at keeping the attacks away by eating a low carb diet. I think this tracks with some of the new studies that are out there suggesting that gout has increased greatly among the general population as we consume more and more foods with high fructose corn syrup. I believe sugar to be the main culprit in my gout, at least for me, as much as meat or anything else modern medicine says is a trigger.
Anyways, that was a long way of saying that this product is no miracle cure when having an attack, far from it. The lofty claims you see about it in that respect proved untrue for me. However, I am hoping that it will be a natural way for me to avoid being on a daily prescription of allopurinol since the cumulative effect of taking the pills may help me to lower my uric acid by getting rid of more and decreasing inflammation. I will try to update after I am done with my second bottle to let you know if it has helped.