Allopurinol worked for me, but at the expense of adversely affecting my mood.I like cherries, but getting them every day of the year is a problem.I wondered what it was about cherries that made them effective against gout. I found that, unusually, almost all of the vitamin C in cherries is in the dihydrate form (sometimes called vitamin C2).In Australia there are one or two commercially available Vitamin C products containing 1000mg of calcium dihydrate ascorbate.So now I take one 1000mg calcium dihydrate ascorbate tablet in the morning, and one in the evening. Seems to work at least as well as allopurinol, maybe better.Only caution is to take some magnesium and vitamin D3 too, to avoid having too much calcium that the body can't make use of.
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