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Urine Therapy

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Thursday, 7 November 2013

Urine Therapy - Mark Ambrose

The man who drinks his own URINE and says it’s helped him reach the grand age of 91 (but look 10 years younger) Mark Ambrose sips his way through a tumbler of the liquid every day

  • Also dabs it on wounds as he believes it can aid the healing process
  • Stumbled across the elixir while searching the internet for back pain cure
  • Believes the health and appearance benefits are so strong that without the therapy, 'life would not be worth living'
  • But admits his partner Joyce, 87, thinks the practice is 'repugnant'
  • Practice of drinking urine dates back to the Bible
In an era where the quest for eternal youth is never ending, we happily pop pills, down potions and spend a fortune on face cream.
But would you be brave enough to drink your own urine if it made you look ten years younger?
One 91-year-old man insists this home-brewed elixir is the key to his youthful appearance and active lifestyle.
Mark Ambrose, who 'lives in sin' with his 87-year-old partner Joyce, in the south of Spain, sips his way through a tumbler of the liquid every day.

He also dabs it on wounds as he believes it can aid the healing process.
Mr Ambrose told MailOnline: 'Joyce and I both have serious health problems which have to be coped with.
'I have a badly damaged spine and she suffers from macular disease, knees that really need replacements and other complaints normally associated with elderly people.
'Nonetheless, we lead a very active life with friends saying I look a lot less than my age, and my partner possessing remarkable energy and looking no more than 65-70 years of age.'


The former publicity director said: 'As far I'm concerned, I am convinced that urine therapy,
which I started practicing over three years ago, is mainly responsible for my younger appearance.'
Mr Ambrose admits he stumbled across the so-called fountain of youth by accident while searching the internet for a cure for back pain.
He explained: 'I'd already undergone three lumber operations in the UK and in Spain with the specialists admitting they could do nothing more for me apart from trying out different painkilling medicines.
Mr Ambrose also dabs urine on wounds as he believes it can aid the healing process
Mr Ambrose also dabs urine on wounds as he believes it can aid the healing process
'With nothing to lose, I thought I'd try the therapy to help to obtain a better quality of life for my remaining years.'
He eagerly began researching what needed to be done - but could find nothing about when or how much to drink.
While the practice might sound abhorrent, Mr Ambrose isn't alone - in fact, urine therapy is said to date back to the Bible.
Historical documents suggest that the Aztecs disinfected wounds with it, while the benefits are also mentioned in Indian and Chinese literature.
Urine is highly sterile, consisting of water and five per cent nutrients such as proteins, vitamins and minerals.
Advocates of urine therapy believe these excreted ingredients have health benefits ranging from a boosted immune system to eye and ear drops.
Undeterred, and armed with this knowledge, Mr Ambrose he decided to adopt the trial and error approach.
He recalls: 'Taking a small sample in a small glass – easier for a male than a female, I guess – I gingerly tasted the perfectly clear, amber-coloured liquid.
'Not too bad, I thought - a peculiar taste, nothing like anything I’ve had before. Not pleasant, but on the other hand, not too awful.'
Determined to continue, over the next few days he kept tasting his urine until he was brave enough to drink some.
'Taking a small sample in a small glass, I gingerly tasted the perfectly clear, amber-coloured liquid.
'Not too bad, I thought - a peculiar taste, nothing like anything I’ve had before. Not pleasant, but on the other hand, not too awful'

Starting with just a sip, he began drinking a little almost every time he went to the loo, gradually increasing the amount as the weeks went by, building up to a tumbler.
And the secret to it not leaving a nasty after-taste? A grape or two, or a quick rinse of the mouth with water,' he confesses.
Three years on, he's also become somewhat of an expert on how one's bodily fluids should appear.
'I learnt that one should note the colour of one’s water and drink it if it’s mid-stream and a definite straw-colour.'
But forget sipping on the pale stuff. 'If it's clear then it's practically tasteless - and I think pretty useless as a healing agent,' he instructs.
At the other end of the scale, the elixir can also be a bit too strong to handle. 'If it's a deep amber colour veering towards yellow, it looks beautiful but it's a bit too strong for me to take, despite it's potential benefits.'


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2471474/Drinking-urine-kept-young-says-91-year-old-man.html#ixzz2k0X1lwi3


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