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  1. #1
    Pierre Guest

    Default Gout

    i have gout and i can't drink beer or red wine. i miss it very much.



  2. #2
    main Guest

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    On Sun, 15 Jun 2008 19:13:52 +0800, Pierre wrote:

    > i have gout and i can't drink beer or red wine. i miss it very much.



    The Romans brought to England a plant we now call ground elder.
    Gardeners hate it because it is an impossible weed to dispose of
    and spreads like wildfire. Most people assume it is inedible
    or poisonous.

    However, the plant's shoots taste like spinach and it is highly
    nutritious, the old folklore name is Gout Wort as it has in the past been
    used to treat gout. We tend to assume our ancestors were lacking in
    knowledge, but if you have lived over the past 50 years, you will
    know how real knowledge is suppressed and/or ignored.

    I think any green vegetable, consumed in large enough servings
    will treat gout. Gout is almost always down to an over rich
    diet lacking vegetables, and used to be limited to the aristocracy
    and the upper levels of the mercantile classes.

    The answer, my friend, maybe as simple as eating your greens.



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    and for thier health.

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    whether it be the Mystic Law,
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    [email protected] Guest

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    On Jun 16, 9:44*am, main <j...@nowhere.org> wrote:
    > On Sun, 15 Jun 2008 19:13:52 +0800, Pierre wrote:
    > > i have gout and i can't drink beer or red wine. i miss it very much.

    >
    > The Romans brought to England a plant we now call ground elder. *
    > Gardeners hate it because it is an impossible weed to dispose of
    > and spreads like wildfire. *Most people assume it is inedible
    > or poisonous.
    >
    > However, the plant's shoots taste like spinach and it is highly
    > nutritious, the old folklore name is Gout Wort as it has in the past been
    > used to treat gout. *We tend to assume our ancestors were lacking in
    > knowledge, but if you have lived over the past 50 years, you will
    > know how real knowledge is suppressed and/or ignored.
    >
    > I think any green vegetable, consumed in large enough servings
    > will treat gout. *Gout is almost always down to an over rich
    > diet lacking vegetables, and used to be limited to the aristocracy
    > and the upper levels of the mercantile classes.
    >
    > The answer, my friend, maybe as simple as eating your greens.
    >
    > --
    > For your health and therefore happiness,
    > and for thier health.
    >
    > Ignorance does not free you
    > whether it be the Mystic Law,
    > or the Law of the Land.
    >
    > http://www.meat.org/index-1.asp?c=mymbagn0508
    >
    > http://www.petatv.com/tvpopup/Prefs....reasons&chgpre
    >
    > Whatever your spiritual belief from Vodon to Atheism
    > from Judaism to Jainism this CANNOT BE RIGHT.
    >
    > May the truth set us ALL free.


    very interesting, i shall certainly look into this elder plant at the
    pharmacy.

  4. #4
    main Guest

    Default Re: Gout

    On Sun, 15 Jun 2008 21:51:07 -0700, pvylim wrote:

    > On Jun 16, 9:44*am, main <j...@nowhere.org> wrote:
    >> On Sun, 15 Jun 2008 19:13:52 +0800, Pierre wrote:
    >> > i have gout and i can't drink beer or red wine. i miss it very much.

    >>
    >> The Romans brought to England a plant we now call ground elder.
    >> Gardeners hate it because it is an impossible weed to dispose of and
    >> spreads like wildfire. *Most people assume it is inedible or poisonous.
    >>
    >> However, the plant's shoots taste like spinach and it is highly
    >> nutritious, the old folklore name is Gout Wort as it has in the past
    >> been used to treat gout. *We tend to assume our ancestors were lacking
    >> in knowledge, but if you have lived over the past 50 years, you will
    >> know how real knowledge is suppressed and/or ignored.
    >>
    >> I think any green vegetable, consumed in large enough servings will
    >> treat gout. *Gout is almost always down to an over rich diet lacking
    >> vegetables, and used to be limited to the aristocracy and the upper
    >> levels of the mercantile classes.
    >>
    >> The answer, my friend, maybe as simple as eating your greens.
    >>
    >> --
    >> For your health and therefore happiness, and for thier health.
    >>
    >> Ignorance does not free you
    >> whether it be the Mystic Law,
    >> or the Law of the Land.
    >>
    >> http://www.meat.org/index-1.asp?c=mymbagn0508
    >>
    >> http://www.petatv.com/tvpopup/Prefs....reasons&chgpre
    >>
    >> Whatever your spiritual belief from Vodon to Atheism from Judaism to
    >> Jainism this CANNOT BE RIGHT.
    >>
    >> May the truth set us ALL free.

    >
    > very interesting, i shall certainly look into this elder plant at the
    > pharmacy.


    It is "Ground Elder" not "Elder" Elder is a tree.

    I don't think a pharmacy will stock it, find a patch of clay soil
    there'll be no stopping it. Eassy to get hold of in the UK, i don't
    know in USA. If in UK ask any gardener, you can't buy it. The gardener
    will think you're nuts to want it. The food value must have been
    suppressed in history, after all it's effortless free food, no government
    would stand for that!!!



    --
    For your health and therefore happiness,
    and for thier health.

    Ignorance does not free you
    whether it be the Mystic Law,
    or the Law of the Land.

    http://www.meat.org/index-1.asp?c=mymbagn0508

    http://www.petatv.com/tvpopup/Prefs....reasons&chgpre

    Whatever your spiritual belief from Vodon to Atheism
    from Judaism to Jainism this CANNOT BE RIGHT.

    May the truth set us ALL free.


  5. #5
    Twang - twang Guest

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    I heard no potatoes or tomatoes either.

    I'd try suppliments.

    Damo


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    [email protected] Guest

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    On Jun 16, 9:30*pm, damod...@webtv.net (Twang - twang) wrote:
    > I heard no potatoes or tomatoes either.
    >
    > I'd try suppliments.
    >
    > Damo


    Hi Damo,

    tomatoes i like very much. no fun foods as far as gout is concerned.
    i'm on vitamin supplements and fish oil.

  7. #7
    Patrick Meuser-Bianca Guest

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    Stolen moments, maybe a few pushups could be in the works.

    Patrick Ashley Meuser"-Bianca"
    Cyberneticist
    http://www.usag-ac.info
    "Pierre" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >i have gout and i can't drink beer or red wine. i miss it very much.
    >




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