Glad that it's been progressing well so far. Both the gout condition in elbow and uric acid level are showing promising results. Click the image .....
Maintain healthy uric acid level with botanicals comprising leaves from mulberry, kohki and herbs.
- Supports healthy uric acid.
- Helps on gout condition.
- Nourishes body systems.
- Mulberry, kohki, selected botanicals, herbs are rich in phytonutrients, antioxidant.
- 100% botanicals and herbs.
- Evidence based.
- Healthy uric acid, healthy body and joints!
Uric Acid & The Biological Science
From the science perspective, reduction in uric acid level can be attained by decreasing the production and/or enhancing the secretion of uric acid.
Signs of high uric acid can often be observed in joints like the fingers, elbow, knee, ankle, foot or big toe, and the symptoms include swelling and discomfort. And, prolonged high uric acid may lead to gout condition.
It has been shown that botanicals and herbs not only provide nutrients to support your body systems but also have the effect of decreasing reabsorption and increasing secretion of uric acid. The health benefits of mulberry and kohki leaves and selected botanicals and herbs are supported by scientific findings.
Mulberry, Kohki & Phytonutrients
Botanicals and herbs with specific phytonutrients provide synergistic effects to help balance uric acid level.
Mulberry and kohki leaves are popular in Japan, where the Japanese have been consuming the teas as a natural remedy. High in phytonutrients such as morin and mulberroside, and astilbin respectively.
Dimorphandra mollis contains many types of flavonoids whilst mangifera indica is rich in a variety of phytochemicals, which exert health promoting effects.
Purple sweet potato is rich in phytonutrients and ranks high in nutritional value along with other purple foods. Rich in anthocyanins, an important antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties. Purple potato is also beneficial to blood sugar and even people with type 2 diabetes despite rated medium in glycemic index (GI).
Do's & Don'ts
1) Drink more warm water.
2) Avoid or reduce high purine foods and drinks.