Today marked my 148th day on Urine Therapy.
This practice is derived from yoga wherein urine is treated as your food, medicine and an immune booster. It is also known to treat problems related to skin and hair like acne, hair loss, warts, wrinkles and infections. You may squint at this thought but this therapy has helped many people due to the presence of so many different properties. Urine therapy may not be your first choice but can be the last attempt in curing your disease.
Even though it has so many benefits people may tend to shy away due to its unconventional method. There are many nutrients present in urine such as vitamins, hormones, enzymes and antibodies which are very unique and cannot be replaced in any manner. To make things much clearer it can be stated that urine is not a toxic waste but a by-product of blood filtration. It is a refined form of blood itself, made by the kidneys to treat illnesses like heart disease, allergies, auto-immune disease, diabetes, asthma, infertility, infections and different kinds of wounds.
It is also known to treat problems like multiple sclerosis, colitis, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, hepatitis, hyperactivity, pancreatic insufficiency, psoriasis, eczema, diabetes, herpes, mononucleosis, adrenal failure, allergies and so many other ailments have been provided relief. Drinking urine could help you to have a longer and healthy life. As we all know it is works against skin, cervix, lungs, eyes, breast and liver cancers.
Some common self-therapy methods of urotherapy is to have few drops initially and then slowly and gradually drink glassful of urine, using it in the form of enema or get it injected directly in your bloodstream. Urine therapy is not only useful for humans but has been used for animals too. It has been used on cattle and horses which have shown remarkable changes by consuming one tablespoon of human urine with every meal provided to them.
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