Homeopathy for Gout treatment is an interesting concept and, believe me, it has already been tried on patients who had high levels of uric acid in their blood. These patients had been told to swallow livers, kidneys or 'pigs' (plural of pigs) in order to lower the uric acid level in their body. To tell you the truth, I never believed that homeopathy can treat Gout to any degree other than pain relief. But it was intriguing because there seems to be a link between the pain experienced and the severity of the disease.
Homoeopathy is based on the theory of synovial fluid and its role in causing inflammation of joints as well as the presence of uric acid crystals within it. The theory says that if we take some substances which contain molecules with a hyperproliferous property, like urate crystals, then these can provoke the production of further inflammatory substances and the result will be an increase in the uric acid level, which can lead to gout. So, what homoeopaths do is that they look for substances that are not hyperproliferous but can induce an increase in the acid level of the body, which has the effect of reducing the hyperuric acid and stopping it from damaging the joints. What is interesting about this is that these substances can be identified very easily by a trained professional homoeopath, without the need for a sample of the affected person's blood.
There are different types of remedies for Gout and, usually, they come under three major groups: homoeopathic remedies, uric acid supplements and surgery. The first two are used to reduce the pain; the last one is used to remove the crystals from the joints. I will talk about all these three treatments and their characteristics. The most common kind of remedy used for gout is ginger. Ginger is used because of its pungent taste and because it is regarded as a stimulant.
Ginger remedies for gout pain are popular all around the world. They contain ginger as a constituent and are therefore available over the counter. Two of the best known and most recommended homoeopathic medicines for gout are Belladonna and Berberis vulgaris. The most effective homoeopathic medicines are those that balance the body's system and prevent the accumulation of uric acid or the development of new urate crystals, thus maintaining normal kidneys and bladder functions.
Homoeopathy for gout treatment aims at improving the functionality of the kidneys and bladder, thus preventing the formation of kidney stones. It also improves the quality of the tissues and cells, thus reducing inflammation and pain. The general homoeopathic approach is to encourage the flow of 'humatic' (toxic) energy, which can be achieved either by increasing the temperature of the body or stimulating specific meridian points. Homoeopathy for gout treatment, therefore, treats the symptoms and the cause, not only the symptoms. The result is that most patients get long term symptomatic improvement and the associated reduction in pain and
Homoeopathy for gout treatment also takes into consideration the uric acid levels in the blood, as they are considered to be the true indicator of any underlying disease. Therefore, it can help identify early gout symptoms and reduce the chances of further inflammation and pain. The
various types of homoeopathic medicines used in homoeopathy for this purpose include Belladonna, Berberis vulgaris, Andrographis, Diogenes, Phytolaca, Crataegus oxycanthiodes and Stramonium. Homoeopathy for gout is therefore very effective, both in the short-term and the long term. Buy All Now