What is Gout Complete?
Gout Complete is an all-natural oral gout treatment which the manufacturer says helps “balance” uric acid, inflammation and mineral buildup. The product is said to be more effectively absorbed than pills due to its liquid formulation. While the product web page is full of information about gout and provides some detail about the ingredients, it is very careful (it seems) to not make any claims about actually relieving or reducing gout symptoms. Read our full Gout Complete review for more information.
The rather exhaustive ingredient list includes:
- Activated apple cider vinegar
- Calcium citrate
- Tart cherry juice extract
- Citric acid
- Devils claw foot
- Filtered water
- Fennel seed
- Fruit extracts
- Lemon juice
- Milk thistle
- Organic fruit flavorings
- Sodium Hyaluronate
- White Willow Bark
- Valerian root
- Vitamins B1
- Vitamins B2
- Vitamins B6
- Vitamins B12
- Vitamins C
The ingredients include some well-known gout-relieving nutrients such as tart cherry and B-complex vitamins. Apple cider vinegar is also touted to have the ability to break up uric acid crystals.
This medication is to be taken when the symptoms occur. Dilute 1 ounce of Gout Complete in 4 ounces of water and repeat as needed. To this point the instructions from the manufacturer seem pretty clear. But then the confusion starts as the directions suggest you use one ounce twice a day for the first two days. Well, which is it? Should it be taken as needed (as symptoms occur) or just twice during those first two days?
If on a preventative schedule, the recommended dosage is also not nailed down very well as the manufacturer suggests using somewhere between two ounces per week and two ounces per month.
What is the Cost?
At the time of our review you could buy Gout Complete from the manufacturer’s website in one of three sizes: a 4 oz bottle for $13.95, an 8 oz bottle for $24.95 and a 16 oz bottle for $45.95. Orders over $49.00 are sent with free shipping.
The manufacturer offers 60-day money-back guarantee. If it lives up to its promise it should be as simple as contacting the company to say you’re not satisfied and receiving your money back.
Our Final Review of Gout Complete
Gout Complete certainly has a comprehensive list of ingredients, a number of which appear in many natural gout treatments and are known to help with gout symptoms (even if this manufacturer doesn’t ever say so on its product page). We like the hassle free money-back guarantee which gives you sufficient time to test the product. We are troubled by the unclear dosage directions which are further compromised by not giving any indication of how long treatment might be necessary. And, other than the three “customer reviews” on the product page, we were unable to find any (more objective) customer reviews. Taking the hassle-free refund policy at its word, we might suggest Gout Complete is worth a try but we cannot wholeheartedly recommend this product.