Top 5 Gout Treatments

What gout treatment took home the editor’s choice award? We understand how uncomfortable gout can be to live with, so to help you get rid of gout we listed our top 5 gout treatments. To come up with our top treatments, we evaluated scores of gout treatment options, from over the counter to all natural products. We listed them here in order of superiority and based our research on the following criteria:
  • 1. Effectiveness
  • 2. Speed of Results
  • 3. Quality of Ingredients
  • 4. Product Safety
  • 5. Customer Service
  • 6. Customer Feedback
  • 7. Reorder Rate
  • 8. Return Policy
  • 9. Success Rate
Top 5 s GoutClear Review Exomine Review Flamasil-Review Flexcin-review Uricinex Review
Best Gout Treatments Gout More Info GoutClear Exomine More Info Exomine Flamasil More Info Flamasil Flexcin More Info Flexcin Uricinex More Info Uricinex
Price (1 bottle)
Price (4 bottles)
*(*best value)
Overall Rating: 98.4% 79.3% 75.1% 74.3% 61.9%
Effectiveness gout stars gout stars gout stars gout stars gout stars
Speed of Results Fastest Fast Average Slow Slow
Ingrediants Quality Superior Good Good ok Unknown
Product Safety Safe to Use Safe to Use Safe to Use Safe to Use Safe to Use
Customer Service gout stars gout stars gout stars gout stars gout stars
Customer Satisfaction 98.1% 79.8% 75.2% 73.3% 61.1%
Reorder Rate Highest Good Average Average Average
Return Policy Risk Free Risk Free Risk Free Risk Free Risk Free
Success Rate 97.3% 77.3% 73.2% 75.1% 62.2%

Review of Gout Treatments:

Best Gout Treatments (in priority order):

#1 GoutClear -( More Information)

GoutClear Treatment Review More Info

Approval Rating: 98.4% (based on ingredient research)

 Product Claims:

GoutClear is our #1 Top Product, due to its superior ability to control the symptoms of gout while controlling uric acid build-up in the body. This product stands above the others with its all natural formulation, containing a wide range of excellent ingredients to supplement the body during gout attacks.

This product provides natural relief of water build-up, supports healthy kidney function, helps the immune system and increases healing. There are even nutrients included in the blend that help to assist the body with regeneration at a cellular level. It also contains nutrients that help effectively reduce the inflammation of arthritis and pain such as; Tart Cherry Extract and Turmeric Root.

Studies have shown that the key ingredients in GoutClear assist the body in healing from gout attacks. It contains a high quality blend of nutritional ingredients including vitamins, minerals and herbs to support the whole body and reduce the symptoms and effects of gout. Researchers have recognized that three of GoutClear’s key ingredients assist the body in reducing uric acid levels, the main cause of gout symptoms. Beneficial Ingredients like Artichoke, Rutin and Dandelion, target uric acid directly to help the body eliminate it and help prevent uric acid crystals from forming.

Our editors feel that GoutClear stands above all the other’s when it comes to a formulation that has the most ingredients to manage gout effectively.


First of all, GoutClear is offering a free bottle of Tart Cherry Extract on select programs (This is the only company making this offer). GoutClear offers a package deal that cannot be beat by its competitors. GoutClear offers 2 bottles free if you order 2 bottles, which comes to $24.97 a bottle when you order the 4 bottle special. GoutClear offers a 60 day guarantee for your money back, now that is an offer hard to beat.

Our Conclusion:

GoutClear is ahead of the competition with its beneficial blend of key ingredients that target the cause of gout, excess uric acid. It also contains ingredients to help control inflammation and pain. With effective ingredients and value pricing, our editors believe this is the best product available.

#2 Exomine – (More Information)

Approval Rating: 79.3%

Product Claims:

This product is good because it contains beneficial all-natural ingredients that assist with joint pain and inflammation. Our editors ranked this product as our #2 choice, because it did not have some of the key ingredients to address uric acid levels, the main issue in gout.

Exomine is a blend of anti-inflammatory herbal supplements that help to reduce joint pain, assist the body with rebuilding cartilage and keeping arthritis pain manageable. It contains ingredients like glucosamine and MSM, which have been reported to be very helpful among arthritis patients. Gout is a type of arthritis that is caused by excess uric acid levels in the body. This product is our editors second choice because it lacks the ingredients that target uric acid levels to help the body heal from this particular type of arthritis.

Exomine is a good product for the inflammation and joint pain of arthritis, but our editors feel it could use a few more supplements to specifically target uric acid levels.


The manufacturers website did not list a specific recommended dosage. At $59.95 a bottle, this product is more expensive than our top product, and contains less of the ingredients. Without recommended dosage, it is hard to know how much you will need for treatment.

Our Conclusion:

Exomine does contain good ingredients to assist with joint pain and inflammation, but falls short of our top product because it is missing some key ingredients to address gout specifically.

#3 Flamasil -(More Information)

Approval Rating: 75.1%

Product Claims:

Flamasil is a good product targeting “total body health” with probiotics, vitamins and herbs to help fight joint pain and inflammation. This product falls short of our top product due to the lack of focus on the specific issue of gout.

This product targets inflammation and pain with a combination of anti-oxidants and natural anti-inflammatories. While these ingredients are good for arthritis, they do very little to target uric acid levels specifically. The probiotics assist the body with regeneration and rebuilding the damaged cartilage in arthritis and can also help the body in restoring a natural balance, which can be helpful. However, this product does not contain any MSM or glucosamine, which are also helpful natural ingredients that target inflammation and pain.

Flamasil makes good use of probiotics to help balance the body naturally. This product received our #3 product rating because of a lack of a variety of ingredients to target gout specifically. It is good for inflammation and pain, but could use more ingredients to help the body reduce uric acid levels.


Flamasil retails for $52.95 a bottle, which is a bit “pricey” as compared to our top product. Especially for a treatment that does not address gout directly.

Our Conclusion:

This product is good, but needs to add ingredients to assist with uric acid levels and address the specific issues with gout.

#4 Flexcin – (More Information)

Approval Rating: 74.3%

Product Claims:

This product has a good combination of all natural ingredients for inflammation and joint pain. This product fell short of our top product because it does not contain enough ingredients to target gout specifically and the main ingredient is not widely used in joint supplements and has little research. Its main ingredient was found to be helpful in arthritis, quite by accident in laboratory years ago, its creator tried it and felt relief from arthritis pain.

Flexicin uses a safe an all natural ingredient called cetyl myristoleate. It is formulated to be easily absorbed by the body. This product is made in the United States and is good for sports and repetitive use injuries. There are no reported side effects and its use supports healthy joint function. The downside is our editors could not find enough instances of its use in joint supplements to support its effectiveness.

It does contain MSM and glucosamine, which are known to be effective in controlling joint pain and inflammation. But this product also lacks ingredients that target gout symptoms such as increased uric acid levels.


Flexcin retails for $49.95 a bottle. The recommended dosage is 3 capsules daily. At 30 capsules in a bottle, at least 3 full bottles would be needed each month.

Our Conclusion:

Flexcin may offer benefits for joint pain and inflammation, but does not target the issues of gout. Also, the value is very pricey with the recommended dosage. Our editors would like to see more ingredients focused on gout and increase the amount of ingredients in the tablets to give the consumer more value.

#5 Uricinex – (More Information)

Approval Rating: 61.9%

Product Claims:

This product is good for gout because it is formulated to help control uric acid levels. It came in last because the manufacturers website stated it takes a full 3 to 6 months of daily use to notice the full effects of the supplement.

Uricinex uses safe all-natural ingredients that are formulated to help the body balance uric acid levels and aid in the prevention of uric acid crystal formation. Elevated uric acid levels and crystal formation are the main causes of gout pain and the manufacturer claims that targeting this main cause can help reduce the pain of gout. Our editors feel this product could use more ingredients added to help with pain and inflammation relief. Reviews on the website by users stated that for most effectiveness, they needed to take the product consistently 3 times daily and they also had to reduce the amount of purines in their diet. Purines are a main factor in uric acid production by the body and should be reduced for successful gout treatment, but is questionable that diet alone may have caused their relief of symptoms. They did state that they noticed some effects of the product after two weeks of consistent use, but that falls short of our top product.

Beneficial ingredients include artichoke, Yucca Root and Turmeric which assist with cleansing the body of uric acid and help with joint pain and inflammation. Two main natural anti-inflammatories; MSM and glucosamine are not included in its ingredients. The main ingredients do target gout specifically, but fall short in the areas of inflammation and pain relief.


The manufacturers recommended dose on the product website states 1 to 3 capsules daily. Uricinex retails for $124.94 for four bottles. Consumers stated for most effectiveness they needed 3 capsules daily, consistently. The bottles contain 60 capsules, so this would amount to 90 capsules a month needed and cost the consumer about $53.00 a month when purchased as a single unit.

Our Conclusion:

Uricinex is a good product for gout because it does target uric acid levels in the body. It just did not have enough ingredients to help join pain and inflammation. It also had a long waiting period for effects to be felt. This product could move up our editors list with a few more ingredients to target a broader range of gout symptoms and increase potency.