Gout is known to be a common type of arthritis that can cause intense pain, swelling and stiffness in a joint. It usually affects the joint in the big toe. Gout can come on quickly and keep returning over time, slowly harming tissues in the area of inflammation. It has also been associated with an increased incidence of cardiovascular and metabolic disease that can be extremely painful.
It’s the most common form of inflammatory arthritis in men, and although it’s more likely to affect men, women become more susceptible to it after experiencing menopause.
You can mix bicarb in water to form a paste and wrap it in cling wrap, this will help deal with your gout.
You can also try applying bentonite clay and water as a paste, perhaps tea tree oil and maybe raw honey applied afterwards can also help.
Ginger is another possible treatment for gout. Chop a piece finely, and then apply it to the affected area and use cling wrap to hold it in place. You can also put an ice pack after the ginger. Plus, you can consume lemon, baking soda and drink water as well.