Today marked my 105th day on Urine Therapy.
Urine therapy has become a widely popular form of natural and alternative medicine practice among American families. For many, urine therapy is believed to provide the same therapeutic benefit and healing as that found in many traditional medical treatments.
If you are living with complications associated with herpes, you may want to speak with an alternative medicine specialist about the use of urine therapy for herpes symptoms.
While urine therapy for herpes is not believed to be a cure, there are many alternative medicine specialists who believe that urine therapy may be able to provide a solution to alleviating the symptoms of herpes when a flare up occurs.
Much like urine therapy for diabetes, these claims are highly debatable but many herpes patients are considering this as an option for healthcare.
When considering urine therapy for herpes symptoms, you will want to meet with a natural medicine specialist who can give you the proper instructions on how to create your unique urine therapy solution. In many cases, this will include sampling your own urine from the first morning flow, and diluting this with distilled water and herbal remedies. While there are animal urine products, and urine capsule products on the market, many natural healing specialists will recommend using your own urine.
By utilizing the small quantity of your own urine, diluted with water, your body will begin to create natural antibodies to the infections you experience. This, of course, is the underlying theory of those who recommend urine therapy for diabetes, urine therapy for herpes, and urine therapy for other conditions such as insomnia. It is important, however, that you allow a natural medicine specialist to first determine if you are a candidate for this type of natural treatment.
As with any form of natural healing, it is important to also obtain clearance from your traditional medicine specialist before attempting urine therapy as a form of treatment. Because there are some traditional medications that can be less effective when presented with specific alternative medicine regimens, your physician needs to be aware, and approve, the use of this form of treatment.
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