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Urine drinking is a good way of surviving if you are out of water. The following is a true story. A miner caught in the mine survived for 7 days (yes, seven) by drinking his own urine and eating a wooden stick from his tools. He was able to signal the rescue team by hitting with his tools against the wall. He was very weak but could communicate when the rescue party got him out.

Offered by Chris.

From what I've read on the Internet, the idea is that your body does need the stuff contained in urine, but if there is excess then it will immediately make room for more food or drink, since your blood couldn't handle an overload once you start eating and drinking again. I've read some things saying that the small amounts of toxins can strengthen your immune system, but you still never know. I intend to stay away from the stuff, I tried it internally and externally to try to help acne. I didn't go regularly with the internal method, but the external method does relieve itching.

Offered by Joe.

Chemical and Pharmaceutical companies know the secret of pee power (they harvest from hospitals and specially designed public urinals) and guard the knowledge because if everyone knew the free benefits they would lose an avid market (or even worse have to buy it). Urine is a skin moisturizer as well as a sterile solution and is used in many medications, creams, and cosmetics as well as in farming (that's what urea is). If there are concrete workers out there, pee on your hands after having them in cement it will counteract the harsh action of the lime and damaging components of the cement.

Urine is clean, is not a waste product, it is manufactured from your blood and contains only ingredients that you would normally find in food e.g. vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6, B12 and Inositol, and minerals Calcium, Copper, Iodine, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Molybdenum, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium and Zinc, 11 Amino acids, Aldosterone, Peptides, Dopamine and Antibodies, and it is 95% water so if out in the dessert without fluids, don’t pee in the sand.

Offered by Jan.

A friend recently forwarded to me an MPG movie of a monkey happily drinking his pee and going back for more.

Offered by Aron.