Q. My husband swears by golden raisins soaked in gin for arthritis pain. I don’t like the taste and read about pomegranate juice with Certo in your column. How much Certo should I use to a glass (8 ounces) of pomegranate juice?
A. Pomegranate juice is a recent twist on an old home remedy for arthritis, Certo in grape juice. About one tablespoon in 8 ounces of juice may be helpful.
We provide more information about raisins in gin as well as Certo in grape juice, along with many other simple inexpensive approaches, in our book, The People’s Pharmacy Quick and Handy Home Remedies.