This is a review of Goutezol, one of the products on the market seeking to offer relief from gout. Its manufacturer alleges that it offers quick relief from gout-related pain. It also claims to reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation while improving the metabolism of purines and digestion. Additionally, the maker of the supplement credits it with the power to expel uric acid from the body while lowering its levels in the blood. The other things that the supplement is credited with are the ability to remove Tophi deposits from the body and fast tracking recovery from gout while preventing recurring attacks.
The aim of this review is to objectively examine these allegations so that you can have a basis for making a purchasing decision based on facts.
This product contains a 900mg blend of the following:
- Celery seed extract
- Devil’s claw
- Mulberry leaf extract
- Nettle leaf extract
- Magnesium Stearate
- Rice flour
- Silicon dioxide
The inclusion of quercetin, bromelain, rutin, nettle leaf extract, devil’s claws, and turmeric in the supplement helps to combat inflammation and swelling. Celery seed extract controls uric acid production, relaxes arteries, and reduces blood pressure. The presence of burdock helps to remove uric acid and other toxins from the blood.
The manufacturer of Goutezol has no clear dosage instructions on their website. The only thing they say on their website is that their capsules are “very powerful.” The product label says that a serving is one capsule and each bottle contains 30 capsules. From this, we assume that the daily dosage is one capsule a day. However, you should read the label on the bottle before you use this product.
Customers can purchase Goutezol online from the manufacturer’s website at the cost of $59.95 for a bottle of 30 capsules. At the time we were checking the manufacturer’s website, there was a limited promotional discount of $37.95 for a 30-capsule bottle.
Possible Side Effects
The supplement does not have negative side effects accompanying its usage. But the manufacturer cautions all pregnant women from the consumption of this supplement since its safety on the fetus is still unknown. Also, if you are taking blood-thinning drugs or have bleeding disorders, it is advised to not consume Goutezol.
The manufacturer of Goutezol backs it with an unconditional two-month money-back guarantee. The inclusion of such a refund policy shields a consumer from the potential loss of their money if the product fails to satisfy their needs. However, the manufacturer’s website has no verified user reviews that a potential buyer can use to gauge the efficacy of this product.
Conclusion of Our Goutezol Review
Goutezol is one of the numerous remedies on the market seeking to offer users relief from the symptoms of gout. The supplement is manufactured in a GMP-certified facility which boosts its level of quality and overall safety. However, it has a few shortcomings that may drive a potential buyer to the competition. First, this remedy is unjustifiably expensive compared to other alternatives that serve the same purpose with equal or even greater effectiveness. There are also no options for buying in bulk and saving money. As this type of product is generally one to take for the long-term to prevent attacks from recurring, it will work out very expensive in the long run.