Last Modified on May 17, 2015
While drinking one's own urine (the core practice of urine therapy) understandably has a squirm-inducing factor for some people, the practice is ages old and has very enthusiastic proponents. What is certain is that urine is antiseptic -- capable of killing micro-organisms -- and for that reason was in fact used to keep surgical instruments free of disease causing germs during the American Civil War and into the 20th century.
Urine therapy is said to be good for acne, general skin health, and in fighting fungal infections. Generally, the first urine one passes each morning is said to offer the greatest benefits.
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[YEA] Drinking own urine twice a day, cured my chronic Acid Reflux. But you need to drink enough water to get clear stream of urine.
Hello, I was wondering if urine therapy can help in autoimmunine diseases either internal take or external use on affected skin disorder.
One important question that I couldn't find the answer for:
Is it safe and more effective to use a healthy, athletic guy mid-stream morning urine who is not using any drug or meds, for urine therapy?
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