Our GoutPro review aims to determine the efficacy of this supplement. It claims that it regulates uric acid levels to prevent gout related symptoms from recurring and that it is comprised of all-natural ingredients.
- Herbal Blend (Yucca Stalk, Aged Garlic, Artichoke Powder, Milk Thistle 80% extract, Turmeric Powder) – 500mg
- Magnesium Stearate
Based on our research, Yucca Root which acts as a natural painkiller when gout is triggered. Artichoke helps remove excess uric acid in the body and, of course, garlic is known for its ability to boost one’s immune system. The presence of milk thistle means that this herbal supplement encourages better liver and kidney health and the curcumin in Turmeric is intended to reduce inflammation.
The manufacturer behind GoutPro hasn’t indicated the dosage for this supplement on its website which may require you to send an inquiry as to how often take it. The product’s Amazon listing notes the 60-capsule bottle is a one-month supply, suggesting the recommended dosage is two capsules per day.
In terms of price, GoutPro comes with several options. A bottle of 60 capsules can be bought for $24.97 with free shipping. You can buy their three-bottle package for $74.97 with free shipping as well (which amounts to virtually the same per bottle cost as one bottle). A $2 discount per bottle can be had for an order of six bottles $147.00 although this package comes with free priority shipping.
The manufacturer’s website trumpets its “100% Satisfaction Guaranteed – No Questions Asked Return Policy!” but there are no details available on how returns are implemented. Of further concern is that the Contact Us page does not actually provide any contact information.
Conclusion – GoutPro
After conducting thorough research regarding GoutPro, we are not overly confident that this supplement can help people with their gout problems. What we like about this product is that it makes use of its own proprietary blend that combines all-natural ingredients to combat the symptoms of gout by normalizing one’s uric acid levels. The ingredients used not only aim to combat pain, but also to reduce inflammation. The pricing is reasonable enough, although we can’t recommend the bulk-purchase discounts as they are slight. There is a good number of Amazon customer reviews with an decent ratio of positive to negative ratings (78% positive, 13% negative) although that 13% is a little more than we would have liked to see.
On the other hand, we are not pleased with the fact that there is no indication on the manufacturer’s website regarding dosage. In addition, the lack of return policy detail leaves us in the dark about how all-encompassing it is, even when advertised as “no questions asked”.