Cherries have antioxidant properties, which are an excellent home remedy for gout pain. Cherries also help reduce inflammation and gout flare-ups because they contain anthocyanin. Try to eat 15 to 20 cherries a day
Ginger root has anti-inflammatory properties and can be used in many different ways as a remedy for gout pain. One way to take ginger root is to just incorporate it into your daily meals when cooking. Another way is to add half a teaspoon of ginger root to boiling water and drink the mixture once it has cooled. A third option is to create a paste by combining the ginger root with water and applying it to the affected area and leaving it on for about 30 minutes.
Apple cider vinegar is a simple home remedy for gout pain and swelling. The acidity in the vinegar helps to alleviate pain and reduce inflammation. Add a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar to a glass of water and drink it two to three times a day. If you find this to be helpful you can increase the amount of apple cider vinegar that you add to water.