What is Uricel?
Uricel Advanced Uric Acid Support is a gout treatment supplement that claims to be made using ingredients imported from where they are natively grown. It purports to be effective and work quickly in keeping the uric levels under control. The manufacturer states that it is processed into extract form under strict Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) guidelines in an FDA-inspected facility.
We did not find the active ingredients of Uricel on the manufacturer’s official website. On expanding our research at buyerfacts.org, we found that the main ingredients in this formula include:
These ingredients work hand in hand to keep levels of uric acid in control and prevent gout.
Uricel comes in the form of a liquid. The manufacturer recommends that you should take ¼ teaspoon (1.23 ml) 1 to 3 times a day or as needed. You can either take it directly or mix with water. However, it should not be mixed with soda. They also recommend keeping your daily water intake high for Uricel to be optimally effective.
At the time of our review, a 2 ounce bottle of Uricel was selling for $44.96 on Amazon. Multi-bottle discounts were also available: 2 bottles for $81.37 and 3 bottles for $119.17 (saving you about $4 and $5 per bottle respectively). If you choose to buy from the Uricel website multi-bottle orders come with Joint Pain Cream and cost a little more than on Amazon.
Possible Side Effects
According to the manufacturer, Uricel customers have not reported any side effects. However, they do recommend you consult a physician before any new health regimen. You should also contact a medical professional if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or under prescribed medication before using this formula.
The manufacturer offers a no questions asked 60-day refund policy for customers who aren’t satisfied with the results. Both used or unused bottles may be returned for a refund minus the shipping cost.
We found mixed reactions on Amazon with some customer reviews claiming it is helpful while others indicated it does not work. Positive ratings on Amazon were 72% (which is at best a middling positive feedback score in this category) while negative feedback was 21%, which is on the high side.
Our Final Review of Uricel
Uricel looks like a potentially helpful gout relief formula that works for many though not all. It comes with a good money-back guarantee allowing you to test it for a significant amount of time and it does not seem to have any adverse side effects. However, the mixed user reviews on Amazon are of concern and it is relatively expensive with a bottle lasting only 15 days if used at the recommended dosage.