Gout is a type of arthritis caused by a build-up of uric acid in the joints. Normally uric acid is dissolved in the blood and is removed by the kidneys in urine, but if it’s not, it can enter joints and crystallize, which leads to pain and inflammation. One way for controlling the proper synthesis of uric acid and relieving the joint pain is taking B-complex vitamins and selected plant extracts. Vitamins B contribute to the proper metabolism of amino acids, proteins and sugars. Such composition usage may reduce the synthesis of uric acid due to the ability of vitamins to redirect the substances necessary for uric acid synthesis to other metabolic processes. Black cherry is highly regarded for its ability to relieve painful arthritis, gout, and other types of joint pain. Celery seeds have long been prized for their ability to lower inflammation. Celery contains an ingredient that inhibits the enzyme xanthine oxidase, which catalyzes synthesis of uric acid in the body. Alfalfa herb is one of the best natural sources of vitamin K. Vitamin K helps bones to knit with vitamin D and glutamic acid and to activate osteocalcin, a protein hormone that is essential for the bones formation and health. Because Boswellia serrata is an effective anti-inflammatory extract, it can be an effective painkiller and may prevent the loss of cartilage. Also it helps to reduce rheumatoid arthritis joint swelling. Curcuma longa and Alfalfa have an antioxidant effect. They stimulate the digestive tract function and liver metabolism, which plays role in the proper metabolism and reduction of uric acid synthesis.