How common is the use of urine? It is used in the manufacture of hormones, diuretics, and cancer fighting drugs. As urea, it is one of the primary ingredients in many face and skin creams---just read the labels---because it is one of the best moisturizers available. As a medicine, it can be used as an extract, injected, topically and in oral applications. Scientific research on urine therapy started at the turn of the last century and continued until shortly after World War II, when drug companies realized there was more money to be made in urine extracts than in promoting its self-healing properties.
Dr. Williams states that urine is probably the most specific customized medicine you will ever have available. He refers to the remarkable story of Martha Christy, who for years suffered a long list of chronic ailments untreatable by conventional medicine. She reluctantly agreed to try urine therapy and experienced almost immediate relief. She went on to document not only her story but those of many others in her book " Christy cites numerous medical and scientific studies that have been conducted on urine, as well as testimonials from numerous converts, and provides a good resource for understanding the benefits and supporting evidence for using urine therapy. Home Cure also offers a source book for physicians.
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