It is generally not recommended to combine urine therapy with the use of prescribed chemical, allopathic or recreational drugs. The combination may have side effects or may be dangerous to your health. If you are taking any form of medication, I would suggest you begin with the external application (urine massage) until you are free from all medication. If it is not possible due to some chronic diseases, you may start with a few drops of urine internally.
Keep on observing how you and your body are reacting to the treatment. If in doubt, do consult a doctor for medical advice.
This is from Martin Lara, author of "Uropath" page 155. "Although I don't reccomend mixing medicines with urine therapy, there have been cases of individuals who were very ill at home or in a hospital - some dying from AIDS, cancer and other diseases--- who were receiving chemotherapy when they decided to start using their urine. These people had nothing to loose and they took a chance of drinking their urine while they were taking medications. In these cases, something truly amazing happened: urine seemed to be such a powerful stimulant to the immune system that medications were completely neutralized and expelled from the body in a matter of days. These individuals reported miraculous improvement over a few days. The headaches, pains in the body, diarrhea, vomiting, lack of appetitie and physical decay afflicting them ususally improved in a few days. And simultaneously, these people developed a tremendous appetitie. These people stated that they felt an immediate improvement when they started using their urine. In many cases, they recovered so quickly that their doctors were completely baffled. In a few days, they went home where they could resume their sleeping habits and take control of their health and their lives. After going home, several individuals gained as much as 25 pounds within a month of practising uropathy, eating better food and taking good care of themselves. I really don't know how each person will react and I ask that you be very careful before making a decision with respect to medications."
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