Calm Inflammed Joints with Goodlife!
Management of Gout has been formulated to relieve symptoms of gout and maintain a healthy urinary bladder.
- Contains ingredients that have traditionally been used for the management of gout and other rheumatic conditions
- Celery seed has traditionally been used for gout.
- Support and maintain the health of the urinary tract and bladder
- Relief of the symptoms of colds
- May assist in the relief of catarrh.
- May assist in the relief of excess mucous secretion
- Supports the health of the male reproductive system
Made in Australia to the strictest quality standards.
Gout is a medical condition usually characterized by recurrent attacks of acute inflammatory arthritis. Gout is caused by having higher-than-normal levels of uric acid in your body. If too much uric acid builds up in the fluid around the joints (synovial fluid), uric acid crystals form. These crystals cause the joint to swell up and become inflamed. Management of Gout has been formulated to relieve symptoms of gout and maintain a healthy urinary bladder.
Each capsule contains:
Allium sativum ext dry conc 40 mg Equiv fresh bulb 4g Artemisia annua ext dry conc 100mg Equiv dry herb 400mg Vaccinium macrocarpon juice dry 20mg Equiv dry seed 1.5g Magnesium oxide - heavy 138.19mg Equiv Magnesium 80mg Zinc amino acid chelate 78.75mg Equiv Zinc 15mg Potassium Sulfate 4.46mg Equiv Potassium 2mg prunus avium ext dry conc 5mg Equiv fruit dry 500mgNo added salt, yeast, gluten, wheat, milk derivatives, preservatives, artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners.
- Adults. Take 1 capsule twice daily with food or as direct by your healthcare professional.
- Always read the label. Use only as directed.
- If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.
- Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
- Contains zinc which may be dangerous if taken in large amounts or for a long period..
- Adults only. OR Not to be used in children under two years of age without medical advice.
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