This is a review of the gout relief supplement URICAID. It is an herbal remedy, which is taken in liquid form and treats gout in a four-step process. The combination of the ingredients Devil’s claw and yucca root first immediately works together to reduce pain and inflammation significantly; the tart cherry and turmeric work together in the second step to dissolve the uric acid buildup in the joints and to lower the uric acid levels in the blood; thirdly, the detoxification agent chanca piedra helps to flush out the excess uric acid through urination, and lastly, the celery seed has a long-term effect by continuing to flush the excess uric acid from the body regularly and preventing it from building up again over time. This means that URICAID might be a good choice for gout relief both in the short and long terms.
- Devil’s claw
- Yucca root
- Tart cherry
- Celery seed
- Chanca piedra
Gout patients are recommended to take one teaspoonful of URICAID Gout Relief between one and three times per day. It makes no difference whether the supplement is taken alone or diluted in water and drunk. While taking this, due to the presense of the detoxification agent chanca piedra, it is essential to drink plenty of water in order to aid in flushing the uric acid from the body. Improvement in acute symptoms should start to be noticeable within three to five days, but a long-term effect will not be apparent until after URICAID for at least three weeks.
No known side effects are associated with taking URICAID correctly; however, it is imperative to stay properly hydrated. One should of course always talk to a doctor before mixing medications, but the website claims no adverse reactions between any medications taken while on URICAID.
The cost for six weeks’ worth of URICAID is $154.85. It is also available with a discount, which lowers the price to $114.90 for six weeks. This brings the cost of one month’s worth of treatment to $82; a very high price compared with other gout medications that are available. GoutClear, for example, works just as well and can be obtained for about $22.60 per month.
URICAID boasts a guarantee of 60 days for a full refund. As far as medical guarantees, one independent doctor certifies this supplement, and consumers can view the certificate on the product’s website.
URICAID may be good because it is made of all-natural ingredients and is not associated with side effects. Because it claims to bring relief extremely quickly, within three to five days, gout sufferers may be tempted to try it first. It is also certified, thought not by the FDA or any other government agency. However, its main downside is that it is very expensive, especially compared to other similar products on the market.