Remedy: Urine therapy
Urine therapy. What it is, how to do it. UT and allergies. Urine therapy is an effective traditional home remedy for many ailments.
Question posted by Vito Reina of Brighton and Hove, East Sussex, England on 29 January 2013 at 0:14 928
were you on any meds? and did it help you in the long run?
Remedy (new) posted by Sharon of Providence, Rhode Island, USA on 1 July 2010 at 16:16 303
I must admit I was pretty prejudiced when I first heard about urine therapy. I thought of it as a foul-smelling waste product. But fresh foods also smell bad after a period of time. From the day I started drinking my urine, I have felt the benefits. The first time was not easy – all my life my mind had been trained to think urine is dirty – but now I can taste it and appreciate it as a medicine. Its taste is not at all unpleasant. It varies depending on what I have been eating and doing, but mostly tastes like fresh coconut milk. When I rise in the morning I save a quarter cup of my mid-stream urine. First I drink a glass of warm water, and then 15 minutes later or so, I have several sips or nearly a quarter cup of my urine. The very first day I felt different. I have suffered with depression, anxiety and ADHD for years, but after the first day I started drinking urine my days improved. I no longer felt nervous around people or scared that someone was looking at me. I have started using the urine for more and more ailments. Cuts and scratches, any kind of skin problem. If I ever have a breakout of eczema, I wet it with urine. Within a couple of days its under control. It is effective for allergies – my hay fever is a thing of the past. Did you know that urine is in many skin care products – certainly in the best of them – listed as urea or ureic acid. I hope others will benefit from my testimony.