Today marked my 130th day on Urine Therapy.
"Briefly, if urine is ingested and/or rubbed into the skin, it purifies blood and tissues, provides useful nutrients and sends the body a signal about what is in or out of balance. This last effect is called (oral) auto-immunization. This brings us at a last important feature of urine. Urine itself is, as said, not a toxic waste product. It does contain however minute particles connected with possible disease processes in the body. These minute particles are mainly antibodies, which upon re-ingesting can help the body to react on specific pathological situations. Urine therapy has proven helpful in a great number of various diseases, ranging from a simple cold and a sore throat to tuberculosis and asthma, from minor skin problems such as itching, to more serious skin diseases such as eczema, psoriasis and even skin cancer."
The Golden Fountain, the most complete book to date on urine therapy, is the result of those investigations. It includes detailed case histories and a user-friendly guide to its application in the treatment of specific ailments, including cancer, tuberculosis, skin complaints, eye infections, wounds, burns and scars. Coen van der Kroon discovered that the use of urine as medicine in one form or another can be found in many medical traditions of people or tribes who are in close contact with nature. Native North Americans, gypsies and Eskimos are among those cited in his book.
Coen van der Kroon covers almost all questions concerning urine therapy and its history in his book The Golden Fountain; The Complete Guide to Urine Therapy. (Coen van der Kroon is a health consultant, living in Amsterdam, Holland.
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