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Urine Therapy

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Thursday, 6 October 2011

Urine Therapy - Curing a variety of illnesses

Today marked my 107th day on Urine Therapy.


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Some Bloke (UK)

According to the writer, drinking your own urine is a vitally effective method of curing a variety of illnesses. What?!

First written in the 1930s, the writer recounts his experience of travelling around the area to treat people, with a growing reputation. I wonder what his skill was, as the treatment is simple (drink it). He explains the theory (which has overlaps with homeopathy) and his own practice. The many case studies bear many similarities and become a little samey. I also found they were uniformly successful, which tested by belief a little.

Having said that, I found this absolutely fascinating and am pleased to see the book reprinted, as it was previously difficult to obtain. Certainly this overturning of many previously believed concepts deserves attention. A growing uropathy movement is establishing itself, and it seems some cultures have practiced it for years.

This book will certainly make you think!

Mrs. M. M. Ledlie (Buckinghamshire,England)
(REAL NAME)
This review is from: The Water Of Life: A Treatise on Urine Therapy (Paperback)
This is just a little book, but packed with unbelievable knowledge and wisdom about an ancient therapy, which has been practised all over the world for thousands of years, including in hospitals in London,England (see Martha Christy's book: Your Own Perfect Medicine) - but sadly side-lined in our present time.
John Armstrong cites many case histories and advises how to use urine therapy - externally and internally.
On first reading I could not believe what I was reading - but family and friends having tried it and seen the effects....we find it an amazing font of knowledge - glad to have come across it.
Monica Ledlie, Buckinghamshire, England


Bill This review is from: The Water Of Life: A Treatise on Urine Therapy (Paperback)
Some ten years ago I was diagnosed with COPD, a term applied to chronic respiratory conditions ranging from bronchial asthma to emphesemia.
Despite all my best efforts and applying various techniques from acupressure to chi kung all I seemed to achieve was some delay in the worsening of my symptomns.
Then one day I read about urine therapy, and - sinse one of my relatives is an enthusiastic advocate of this practice I thought, why not.
My inhalors were doing little good and were becoming increasingly inefectual so I had little to lose.
Three weeks into this treatment and my use of medication has fallen dramaticly, for the first time in years I have enjoyed several nights of uninterrupted sleep and I know that a complete cure is only a matter of time.
Would I recommend this somewhat unorthodox approach to anyone seeking relief from some troublesome medical condition? Too right I would.
The EU can abolish all the herbal medicines it wants in its scandelous pandering to lobbying from the pharmeceutical companies but here is one source of medicine that they cannot impose any controls upon.

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