What is Gout Specialists Gout Resolve?
We review gout resolve to see if it is a dietary supplement that stays true to its word about lessening the chance of kidney stone formation as well as the pain experienced in joints as well as when urinating. This product is said to keep Uric Acid levels in check so that liver and kidney functioning healthily and prohibits the body from producing new Uric Acid by supplying the digestive systems with the enzymes it needs to metabolize proteins.
- Artichoke Leaf Extract
- Celery Seed Powder
- Yucca Root
- Turmeric root
- Milk Thistle
- Dandelion Root
- Vitamin B6
- Burdock Root
- Skullcap Extract
- Passionflower extract
Turmeric root, Yucca Root, Ginger, Quercetin Chamomile and Skullcap Extract all work together as anti-inflammatory agents. Artichoke Leaf Extract promotes a healthy functioning liver and a healthy digestive system while Celery Seed Powder promotes healthy kidney function. Bromelain protein works as a protein-digesting enzyme while Milk Thistle cleanses and detoxifies the body. Alpha-Lipoic-Acid improves liver function, removed uric acid from the blood.
Dandelion Root enhances liver health while Vitamin B6 increases the production of antibodies for the immune system. Burdock Root cleanses the blood and Passionflower extract gives gastrointestinal support.
Skullcap Extract, Passionflower extract, and Chamomile form part of a proprietary blend, this is a disappointment it means that we are unable to determine if the bend will be effective or not as we are not certain of the amount of each ingredient is included in the blend. We also feel that Folic Acid is missing from this blend as it plays an important role in neutralizing the Uric Acid producing enzyme.
- Rice flour
- Magnesium stearate
Unfortunately, all of the ingredients listed here are additives. This is a downside for the product as additives may stunt the performance of the blend. Magnesium Stearate also poses a risk of contamination unless the product is tested for purity by a third party.
Two tablets are to be taken per day. If you are nursing, pregnant or on any medication or supplements, consult your doctor before administering this supplement
What is the Cost?
The product is sold online and may be ordered by phone for $57 for a month’s supply of 60 capsules. Monthly subscriptions are available, and even though these may seem discounted, hidden costs are involved with subscriptions and we advise against them. We also advise against the two-week free trial which the manufacturer offers.
The manufacturer offers a 60-day money back guarantee. Although they state that they are confident in their product, we feel that if this was truly the case that they would offer a guarantee of at least 365 days.
Our Final Review of Gout Specialists Gout Resolve
We struggled to find anything that we could appreciate about this product, our research only led us to disappointment. We feel that Gout Specialists Gout Resolve could have followed the example of leading brands when choosing ingredients, as well as guaranteeing their product. There are one active ingredient which could have been added, such as Folic Acid. This pricey product is not worth the investment as it seems to be using subscriptions and free trials to draw customers in, instead of relying on the quality of their product.