To use this herb, you can eat it raw, or steep it in hot water and drink it as tea. You can also wrap crushed leaves in cloth, and use it as a poultice to put on the affected area. Some even use it in a salad because the leaves have a mild peppery taste.
Pansit-pansitan has been generally recognized as safe to eat and use, so there should be no problems should you wish to use it as an herbal remedy for uric acid. Just be sure to wash it thoroughly before eating.
Celery is widely known as an effective alternative medicine that can help lower uric acid levels in the body.
Scientists have studied the effects of celery on the uric acid levels of rats, and found that it does indeed work in lowering uric acid levels.
To use celery as a herbal for uric acid, you can either eat it raw as a tasty snack, or mix it with other food. The great thing about celery is that aside from lowering uric acid in the body, it also contains a lot of fiber; vitamins A, K, and C; as well as folate and potassium. This makes it a great addition to your diet.
Cherry is another great herbal for uric acid. Studies conducted on gout patients found that those who eat cherries have fewer gout attacks and generally lower uric acid levels compared to those who don’t consume cherries.
However, there have yet to be any significant scientific studies that test the effects of cherries on uric acid levels in the body. Despite this, eating cherries is harmless, and numerous gout patients have reported generally positive results once they started eating cherries to treat their gout.
Ginger is an herb that has been used since ancient times to cure a number of diseases, one of which is gout.
Studies conducted on rats found that ginger can lower the levels of uric acid in the blood and urine.
When it comes to using ginger, it can be eaten raw by itself. However, some people may find the taste too strong. It can also be used in cooking, or steeped in hot water and drank as tea.