A number of hypotheses were suggested which can serve as the basis for further scientific research. According to Dr. Bartnett, applying urine therapy, using self-produced urine can be considered to be an extension of the methods of Jenner and Pasteur.
An important task of the immune system is
to rid the human body of diseased or unusable substances that have developed
during the course of an illness. When these substances reach healthy tissue, the
serum or blood becomes stronger, the activity of leukocytes (white blood cells)
increases, and the patient probably recovers. This phenomenon is known as
auto-inoculation self-vaccination and can be seen as Mother Nature's methods of
healing an illness without external intervention.
Urine therapy can also
be seen as a from of self-vaccination: certain bodily substances which have been
removed from the body, some of which may have been produced as a result of
illness, are reintroduced into the body in small amounts. These substances are
reabsorbed into the blood through either the intestines or the skin. According
to this hypothesis, the immune system is then given the chance to react
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