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Herbs for Gout
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RE: Herbs for Gout
Thanks for giving me hope James! I really have to find out what's causing my gout. Time for a comprehensive medical checkup!
08-06-2012 02:53 PM
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RE: Herbs for Gout
Hi James, are the following bad for gout?

Bee Pollen
Black Pepper

I had a gout episode lately and these were the two things that changed. I wonder if the fructose in Bee Pollen could be bad for gout. I've also been eating lots of Indian food with Masala. Could the black pepper in Masala be bad for gout? Because I read somewhere that black pepper is the most acidic spice and should be avoided. True?

BTW, is bee pollen safe for type 2 diabetics? And what about propolis?

Thanks!

Added 10/13/12:

I have bought Juniper berry powder from Monterey Bay Spice Co. It is brown but a little coarse. Is that normal? I think I remember you saying that the Juniper berry must be ripe in order to not be bad for the kidneys. How can I tell if the Juniper powder I bought was prepared from ripe berries?

Lastly, is myrrh good for gout? I already have a formula that contains frankincense, nettle leaf, licorice root, yucca root and celery seed powder. I wonder if I should add myrrh to it?

Thanks again!
(This post was last modified: 10-13-2012 05:52 PM by mtl777.)
10-12-2012 04:04 PM
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