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Urine Therapy


Monday, 16 September 2013

Urine Therapy - Purify and Restore The Body

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

Urine contains life.  It is a liquid full of energy, full of life, a fluid tha supports and strengthens the life force already present.  However, urine is not a miracle drug. Health is also dependent upon other factors: nourishment, surroundings, emotional and mental hygience.

Urine therapy has proved to be a fantastic and versatile aid in the process of healing and becoming whole.  It purifies and restores the body and has a revitalizing effect on the spirit and state of mind. 

However, urine therapy may seem to be unorthodox and perhaps revolutionary.  However, urine therapy has been practiced for thousands of years and has merely fallen into obscurity.  But all that is changing now.

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