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Age Old Therapy

Excerpts from Vol. 5, No. 14 August, 1994 Alternatives For the Health Conscious Individual
Just when you think you've heard it all, Urine for another surprise

For hundreds of years, other cultures have used urine to treat a wide variety of health problems. Practitioners of Ayurvedic medicine (from India) routinely use urine as a remedy. Daily doses of 1 to 2 ounces of warm cow’s urine is used to treat cirrhosis of the liver. It is also prescribed as a diuretic, a laxative, and as a treatment for chronic malaria, headaches and fever. Goat’s urine is used for the same type of problems, while ox urine is prescribed to relive jaundice, worms, and diarrhea. Camel urine is used as a stimulant in cardiovascular disease. Human urine, however, still remains the most popular remedy.

Several drug companies have found that urine is an absolute gold mine of hormones and medical components. ... Keep in mind that urine is really a byproduct of blood filtration. Urine is sterile and it contains compounds that are very specific to the individual from which it comes. Urine is antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antineoplastic (anticancer), anticonvulsive, and antispasmodic. And it is non-toxic.

Ms. Martha Christy compiled her research and experiences into a 250 page book called Your Own Perfect Medicine which can be ordered for $21.90 by sending check or money order to FutureMed, Inc. Box 14161, Scottsdale, AZ 85267 or by calling (800) 800-8849.

Caution And Common Sense ...

None of the users of urine therapy I interviewed, nor any of the doctors using the therapy, had experienced any adverse effects. [This includes about 140,000 patients.]

  1. I would again recommend getting Martha Christy’s book.
  2. With severe health problems, it is generally best to gradually introduce any new type of therapy.
  3. The therapy isn’t recommended for someone who is pregnant.
  4. The therapy would also be questionable in someone who drinks or smokes heavily, or someone taking prescription or recreational drugs.
  5. Although urine therapy has been used safely for hundreds, if not thousands of years ... if you have a doctor experienced in the technique, or at least one that’s open-minded, you should take advantage of his/her expertise.

Conclusion ...

With the number of drug-resistant bacteria and viruses on the rise, our chances of contracting some untreatable disease increase. And while urine therapy is not a cure-all, it’s comforting to at least know that our bodies have the capability to produce their own medicine - a medicine so distinct and special there’s none other like it in the world. It’s custom-tailored exactly to our needs, it’s non-toxic, no one can take it away from us, and it’s free.

Offered by Mike.