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Urine Therapy

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Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Urine Therapy - Golden Fountain: The Complete Guide to Urine Therapy

Urine therapy is an ancient Eastern tradition that has recently gained popularity in the West as a natural alternative to modern drugs and surgery. Using the body’s own natural antibodies, it can be used internally to relieve symptoms of tuberculosis, tumors, parasites, anemia, common colds, and allergies. It can also aid in external ailments including rashes, acne, boils, burns, and dry skin. This book provides an introduction to the principles of urine therapy, the history of its use, recent research and literature, various medical uses, and personal stories from people who have been cured by urine therapy. Included is a complete bibliography for those interested in expanding their knowledge of urine therapy through other sources.
Firstly - it works. I don't believe this to be a placebo effect, as I've tried many other remedies for various ills, and none have delivered the amazing results that urine therapy has in just three months. My previously constant urinary tract irritation has disappeared at last, and my body feels much stronger. Recently I took an overseas trip where I was surrounded by people with the flu - starting with all the air hostesses on the way out and culminating with most of my family upon my return. I didn't catch it, which for me is quite amazing, especially considering the stress I was under.

I find it perplexing that some reviewers and 'medical experts' are so dismissive of this therapy - claiming that there is no scientific evidence to prove that it works. This seems to fly in the face of the fact that urine derivatives are used in a host of medicines that are prescribed by 'medical experts', and bought over the pharmaceutical counter by countless 'normal' people who would never entertain the idea of ingesting their own urine. However, horse urine or urine from other people (or derivatives thereof) are deemed (perhaps unknowingly) as perfectly acceptable.

My advice to all of you out there who are suffering from chronic ailments that are unresponsive to orthodox therapy is - go and buy this book, read it, and give the therapy a go. After all - what do you have to lose? Even the most rabid 'expert' detractors will admit that it does no harm.

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