Urine is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral. It is used in cases of AIDS, cancer, fatigue, anemia, all sorts of urinary diseases, for weight-loss, colds and flu, candida, diabetes, digestive problems, jaundice, etc. It is medically-proven against polio, rabies, and tuberculosis. The list of diseases for which it is effective is very long, and around 175 known diseases are said to respond to this kind of therapy. Urine therapy is truly a "panacea" (i.e., a "cure-all" or "universal remedy").
The folklore is to take the middle stream only, and morning urine is best,
although John Armstrong often recommended drinking it all, every drop, until
well. The past few years have seen "World Symposiums" on urine-therapy, attended
by hundreds of doctors from around the world who drink their own urine.
Inquiries to Coen van der Kroon, author of "The Golden Fountain":
email@example.com Martha Christy offers sensible advice, and many case
studies. She suggests not flushing the kidneys by taking copious amounts of
water, which dilutes the healing properties of the urine.
After you read the
highly-documented proof in these books, you probably won't want to waste another
drop of this precious fluid (which is not a waste product, but a by-product of
your own blood). In fact, the body has predigested the food, mixed it with
elements in your own blood, filtered out the poisons, and is producing a product
that is very nutritious and proven beneficial for health, even (and especially)
in cases of sickness. This is filtered blood, that is richer and more alive
coming out, than the food going in!! Our bodies provide us with an amazing
biochemical pharmacy, if we would only recognize this fact.
Urine contains a vast array of anti-bodies, hormones, and enzymes, and is
anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-septic, and anti-fungal.
Dr. Ronnie Ng
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