Ginger

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Ginger’s anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antioxidant properties are well known in the natural health world, so its role in treating gout comes as no surprise. Ginger can be soaked overnight and then crushed into a paste, which can then be topically applied to sore joints and areas where uric acid has been deposited. You can also boil ginger, eat it raw, or find ways to add it to various meals and dishes. Gingerol, the active ingredient in ginger, has a wide range of effects on the body, and is also a mild analgesic, reducing the swelling and impact pain in the joints and feet.

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