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Urine Therapy

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Monday, 3 June 2013

Urine Therapy - "Your Own Perfect Medicine" By Martha Christy

RESEARCH AND CLINICAL TRIALS RELATING TO URINE THERAPY, PART 3
FROM "YOUR OWN PERFECT MEDICINE" BY MARTHA CHRISTY
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REPORT # 3 - TITLE: THE ANTISEPTIC AND BACTERIAL ACTION OF UREA,
1935, by John H. Foulger, M.D., and Lee Foshay, M.D., Journal of
Laboratory and Clinical Medicine. From the Departments of
Pharmacology and Experimental Bacteriology, University of Cincinnati.

The researchers in this study, Foulger and Forshay, found that urea
was extremely effective in curing or preventing a wide variety of
bacterial infections and, unlike sulfa drugs, which were widely used
at the time, had no deleterious side effects:

"...In an account of the action of urea...Ramsden (1902) made the
very interesting observation that urea prevents putrefaction... The
first detailed study of urea as a bactericide, (destroys bacteria),
is that of Peju and Rajat... No great attention was paid to the
bactericidal action of urea until Symmers and Kirk (1915), (who)
found urea of undoubted value as a wash in the treatment of
Diptheria carriers (and) the treatment of wounds. That urea was
innocuous (harmless) to human tissues was adequately proved.

"In one case with a chronic staphylococcus blood infection, urea
(powder) was sprinkled between the layers of tissue and the wound,
then closed with sutures. Healing followed with no sign of
infection. ...Infected wounds, dressed with urea powder, gave better
results than similar wounds treated by similar methods.

"Unaware of the work of Symmers and Kirk, one of us (J.F.) selected,
as material for a clinical study of urea, a few cases of Purulant
Otitis Media (middle ear infection)... All of the cases which had
failed to respond to other local medicaments responded to urea.

"A boy of ten developed Otitis Media and Hemorrhagic Nephritis
(kidney inflammation) about the third week of hospitalization for
scarlet fever. Urea treatments were started. The ear discharges at
once became less foul. At the same time the blood gradually
disappeared from the urine.

"The results so far obtained suggest that urea may be of
considerable value in the treatment of purulent discharges of many
types, also in the treatment of suppurating wounds producing foul
odors. This latter use of urea has been reported recently by Millar
(see next report).

"The cheapness and harmlessness of urea should encourage other
investigations of its clinical use."

As an added note, Foulger and Foshay also discovered, as did other
urea researchers later, that destroying strong bacterial strains,
such as those which cause staph and strep infections, required
longer exposure to urea than did some other types of bacteria, which
is something to keep in mind when using Urine Therapy to combat
staph and strep infections.

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