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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

Getting Started ...

Collection of the urine is the first order of business. Under most circumstances it should be collected first thing in the morning. To maintain the sterile nature of the urine, females can gently cleanse the genitalia before collection.

The urine collected should be a mid-stream specimen. In other words, you should allow the urine to flow very briefly before collection. The best urine is neither at the beginning nor at the end of the flow.

For internal use, only fresh urine should be used. (As I mentioned earlier, older urine is okay for external use. In cases of psoriasis or eczema, it may even be more beneficial due to its higher ammonia content.).

Starting Dosages ...

[Note: Up to 10 ounces of urine daily have been used effectively however current research indicates much smaller doses were just as effective.]

This is the generally recommended method of therapy:

  1. On the first day, place 1 to 5 drops under your tongue with an eye dropper first thing in the morning.
  2. On the second day, also first thing in the morning, increase the dose to 5-10 drops.
  3. On the third day, take 5-10 drops twice during the day (first thing in the morning and just before bedtime.)
  4. From this point forward, the amount can be maintained until your particular problem is resolved, or the dosage can be increased as needed.

Maintenance Dosages ...

Ms. Christy’s personal maintenance dose consists of just 3 drops, three times daily. Others I’ve spoken with think that 5-10 drops a day is adequate for maintenance purposes.

Special collection and dosing techniques ...

In treating food and chemical allergies some researchers have demonstrated the a slightly modified approach to collection and dosage seems to be more effective.

The dosage was determined by the absence of taste and temperature that occurred after repeated drops were administered sublingually (under the tongue). In this case, the urine was collected between meals and given before the next meal. The patient was given a mirror and shown how to administer the drops. The drops were given one after the other until the sensation of taste and temperature of the urine could no longer be detected by the patient. The researchers stated that the phenomenon of diminishing taste is based on an immune system reaction and therefore provides a reliable method of finding what they called a "neutralizing dose" (Med Hypotheses 83;12:143.)

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