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Urine Therapy


Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Urine Therapy - Not New

Urine an ancient Eastern tradition which is gaining popularity in the West. Devotees, who include the actress Sarah Miles, claim that it is the oldest of natural remedies and swear by its health enhancing properties. The venerable former prime minister of India, Morarji Desai - who was 99 and in excellent health when the author met him in 1994 - was open about the fact that he drank a glassful of his own urine every day. It was while he was in India in 1990 that Coen van der Kroon was given the opportunity to experience the therapy's benefits first hand, following an accident. Afterwards, he embarked on a long journey around the world to research its history, uses and efficacy. The Golden Fountain, the most complete book to date on urine therapy, is the result of those wide-ranging investigations. The author tackles his subject with sensitivity and conviction. He provides a comprehensive overview of urine therapy's history throughout the world, together with detailed case histories and a user-friendly guide to its practical application in relation to specific ailments. Swami Pragyamurti Saraswati, a strong advocate of urine therapy who teaches in London, has written an authoritative foreword to the book while individual accounts from people who have tried it and found it beneficial add a fascinating personal touch. As an intriguing do-it-yourself home treatment, urine therapy is often the subject of lively debate, but there's one thing that everybody agrees upon. It's absolutely free! -- Back Cover
Second World Conference on Urine Therapy (2000)

Flora Peschek-Böhmer, Ph.D., et al Urine Therapy: Nature's Elixir for Good Health (1999)
This introduction to urine therapy's amazing effectiveness in treating a wide array of physical complaints contains effective treatments for acne, asthma, hair loss, indigestion, infections, migraines, warts, wrinkles, and many other common ailments.
Harald W. Tietze Urine: The Holy Water (2000)

John Armstrong The Water of Life (1944)
The therapy outlined in this book is an entirely drugless system of healing. Moreover, the only ingredient is a substance manufactured in the body, rich in minerals, salts, hormones, and other vital substances, namely human urine.-- Back Cover
John F. Oquinn Urine Therapy (1980)

Martha M. Christy Your Own Perfect Medicine (1998)
"If you buy only one health book this year, this is the book you should get. It outlines a therapy that can be used by anyone, anywhere, for practically any complaint known. I can't recommend this book highly enough. The information you'll learn can be applied for the rest of your life." -- Dr. David G. Williams, Alternative Health Newsletter
Martin J. Lara Uropathy: The Most Powerful Holistic Therapy (1997)
ropathy, the most powerful holistic therapy is an advanced treatise on auto-therapeutic remedies including all there is to know about urine therapy. This book takes the reader through a path of self discovery that helps each person understand how the body functions and the long process that leads to disease. The author presents a unique prospective on how the body fight disease on its own and how each of us can support and enhance the bodys own healing instinct with ingeniously clever suggestions on how to become the bodys own assistant. With remarkable simplicity Martin Lara describes the difference between malnutrition and microbial diseases so that you can focus on eliminating the actual problems instead of wasting time with the myriad of symptoms. Though the author is not a physician he has been able to save many lives and improve the health of thousands of people all over the wold with simple suggestions that cost very little money and are extremely effective to fight malnutrition diseases and all types of viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections including those caused by antibiotic resistant bacteria. --
Raojibnai Manibhai Patei Manav Mootra: (Human urine, an elixer [sic] of life) (Auto-Urine Therapy) (1963)
A treatise on urine therapy for universal health.
S. K. Sharma Miracles of Urine Therapy: Nature's Natural Nectar to Cure Diseases (1999)

Thakkar Shivambu Gita Holy Water Therapy (2001)

The Following Books Mention Urine Therapy

Andrew Weil, M.D. Ask Dr. Weil (1998)

Ellen Hodgson Brown Healing Joint Pain Naturally: Safe and Effective Ways to Treat Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, and Other Joint Diseases (2001)

Henry B. Lin Chinese Health Care Secrets: A Natural Lifestyle Approach

Martin Gardner Did Adam and Eve Have Navels?: Discourses on Reflexology, Numerology, Urine Therapy, and Other Dubious Subjects (2000)

Michael J. Norden Beyond Prozac: Brain-Toxic Lifestyles, Natural Antidotes & New Generation Antidepressants
Ross Pelton Alternatives in Cancer Therapy The Complete Guide to Alternative Treatments
Salem Kirban Guide to Survival (1990)

Walter Last The Natural Way to Heal: 65 Ways to Create Superior Health (2004)
Walter Pierpaoli The Melatonin Miracle: Nature's Age-Reversing, Disease-Fighting, Sex-Enhancing Hormone (1995)

William Daniel Gentry The Rubrical and Regional Text-book of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica
(Section on the urine and urinary organs) (Date?)

Videos About Urine Therapy

• Urine Therapy: Good Health (1998)
URINE: GOOD HEALTH is an hour-long documentary about urine therapy. This unconventional and controversial practice, which involves the use of one's own urine for health benefits, has been employed throughout history by people around the world and is one of the oldest modalities of health care.
The proponents of urine therapy generally advocate the use of one's own urine in many forms and for many purposes. Whether taken orally, dropped in the eyes or ears, used topically or injected, it is claimed that urine is the cure for many maladies including AIDS, cancer, asthma, arthritis and glaucoma, among others. Urine therapy is also used for skin care, health maintenance and as a dietary supplement.
While mainstream medicine has rejected the claims of the urine drinkers, pharmaceutical companies and scientists are profiting from the use of urine and its individual components in their research and development. The proteins, enzymes and other materials occurring naturally in urine are being used in various ways, including the production of life saving drugs and dietary supplements as well as for non-invasive tests for the detection of diseases.
This documentary objectively explores the claims of the users and proponents of urine therapy and the views of some of the world's preeminent doctors and researchers regarding the medicinal uses of urine. URINE: GOOD HEALTH is the third in a series of documentaries by Eli Kabillio and Mad Dog Films, Inc. on controversial topics including A HOLE IN THE HEAD and A MATTER OF LIFE AND BREATH.

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