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Urine therapy for better health.

Posted by JesseLove on Sep 23, 2010 1:25:41 PM

Some  have asked about urine therapy information. Is there side effects? Does  it taste bad? How can you even think about doing it? It isn’t proven at  all to work or help you! Even urine therapy for weight loss?


To  all the disbelievers there are a lot more  disgusting things ingested on a daily basis more so than your own urine.  If you think that you’re safe eating vegetables, think again! Who really  knows what is in their food or drink, if it is grown in a open field  then there is the risk of everything from wildlife to workers urinating  around and in between your rows of vegetables. Remember not all farms regularly supply port-a-potties.... For green houses there are major  health violations made against green houses everything from unsanitary  conditions to pesticides spread on the inside the green house itself.


And why would doctors or  researchers do any sort of research on urine therapy, first its not a popular  topic. And also how can they financially benefit from something that  you yourself produce. No money to be made in products sales either.


When this practice first start, some state that in ancient India the practice of amaroli was  first introduced. Urine therapy has been known to cure such skin related  disorders as acne, athletes foot, even a callus remedy. Other’s claim  it has some cancer fighting qualities but there is no tangible evidence  to prove it or not.


The  practice of Urine Therapy is as easy as getting a plastic cup and in  mid stream first thing in the morning (The best time) capture some urine. Many will add  orange juice or even lemon, or juice in general to the urine to make it  more palatable. Don't let it cool too much. 


What  this does is, it creates a flu like symptom which alerts your bodies to produce more anti-bodies in other words it amplify your body’s immune system there for attacking the  foreign object. Much like a flu shot does which introduces the virus  into your body there for giving your system a fighting chance.


You do not need much urine to perform this, a little will do and once a day if possible is the best amount to do.


More research is needed but taking this ancient remedy seriously is the first step. Yes its not for everyone. But think of the alternatives being sick in a hospital when you are creating a possible prevention method daily.


Re-post permission from Urine Therapy - Exploration into Urine therapy.

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