Growths And TumorsArmstrong reported in great length on the remarkable effects of urine compresses in reducing and eradicating a wide variety of internal and external tumors, cysts and abnormal growths.
Compresses should be used in combination with internal urine therapy for
treating any type of abnormal growth.
2. In preparing a compress, use a thick
pad of clean white folded cotton material (such as an old T-shirt).
the pad in a container of fresh or old urine. Warm the urine by pouring it into
a glass container, then place the jar in a container of hot water. While lying
down, place wet compress over the affected area and cover with a clean folded
towel. Keep the compress applied for as long as possible, reapplying warm urine
as needed to keep the compress wet. Urine compresses have also been reported to
be effective for many internal disturbances and for arthritic and rheumatic
Wounds, Burns And Abrasions
As so many research and
clinical studies have shown, urea is a tremendously effective anti-bacterial
agent and an excellent healing treatment for wounds and burns of all types. Use
fresh, normal urine for treating open wounds.
1. Saturate a thick gauze
bandage or cotton pad with fresh urine, place it over the wound or bum and
secure it with additional gauze; cover with plastic or soft towel to prevent
2. Reapply fresh urine with clean medidne dropper directly onto the
existing inside compress. Reapply fresh compress as often as possible. Urine is
also known to prevent scarring, so keep the urine pack applied as long or as
often as possible until healing is complete. Many people have applied urine
compresses to burns and cuts with amazing results. The pain is quickly relieved
and the burn or wound heals rapidly without scarring.
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