Clearogout


MAL20172747XC

The trusted oral solution to prevent gout pain, eliminate uric acid from body and prevent uric acid crystallisation.

Gout is a type of arthritis caused by the accumulation of uric acid crystals at the joints. Uric acid is a waste product of purine, which is a natural substance made within the body and also found in various foods, such as red meats and shellfish as well as alcohol. While uric acid is normally excreted through urine, excessive uric acid can build up over time.

An increase of uric acid in the blood is known as hyperuricemia and also causes urine to become acidic. When uric acid eventually crystallises in the joints and tissues, it triggers a gout attack – commonly felt in the fingers and toes. Major symptoms include swelling (usually of the big toe), inflammation and redness, painful joints, oversensitivity and tenderness.

Clearogout is the adjunct treatment for gout. Its alkalinising effervescent granules helps relieve painful symptoms of gout by breaking up the uric acid crystals that accumulate in the joints and cause gout attacks.

Taken daily, Clearogout also helps to:

  • Lower the body’s uric acid levels
  • Prevent build-up of uric acid crystals
  • Prevent painful gout attacks


Each 4g sachet of Clearogout makes a pleasant lime-flavoured effervescent drink for the relief of gout symptoms caused by high levels of uric acid. It is also suitable for those concerned about sugar or artificial sweeteners since it does not contain any sugar or artificial sweeteners (i.e. saccharin, aspartame etc.). In addition to relieving gout pain and reducing uric acid levels, Clearogout can also help to relieve discomfort in mild urinary tract infections as well as symptoms of dysuria (painful or difficult urination).

Say goodbye to gout pain today!

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