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Tuesday, 22 November 2011

The Water of Life: A Treatise on Urine Therapy – J.W. Armstrong

Day 154 on Urine Therapy

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The Water of Life: A Treatise on Urine Therapy – J.W. Armstrong


In this revolutionary treatise, J.W. Armstrong puts the compelling case that all diseases (except those caused by traumatism or structural disorders) can be cured by one simple means. The therapy is an entirely drugless system of healing that treats the body as a whole.
Moreover, the only ingredient needed is a substance manufactured in the body itself, rich in mineral salts, hormones and other vital substances, namely human urine. It may seem strange to take back into the body something that the body is apparently discarding. Yet the theory is similar to the natural practice of organic composting. Fallen leaves, when dug back into the soil, provide valuable mineral salts to nourish new plant life. The same principle holds true for the human body.
Since its first publication in 1945, 'The Water of Life' has achieved something of the status of a classic. Having just finished reading it, I can understand why. Armstrong, who was a British naturopath, was a very modest man. But after repeated requests, and after considering that he had a duty to his fellow men and women to reveal the details of the miraculous therapy he had re-discovered, he went ahead, and we should all be intensely thankful that he did. The book is a gold-mine of good sense, practical advice, brief though fascinating case studies, and astute observations on a wide range of matters.

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