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Read somewhere dat urine is excellent against so many diseases.

Ur opinion counts here pls.

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urine is inatly sterile unless you have a UTI. drinking your own urine is safe as long as in limited amounts (you dont want to drink all of your urine but an ounce a day poses no significant health risks) urea- one of the components of urine is used in many medications as well as topical applications. doctors also recoment the topical use of pure urine under some sicumstances (jellyfish stings and resistant athleats foot). when using whole urine avoid the eyes, nose or open wounds due to the presence of uric acid in the urine which can agravate the skin (uric acid causes diaper rash which is also called urine burn)

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Drinking urine, olorun maje. Ewwww, disgusting and nasty. Veracious and Urine drinkers, how do your partners manage to kiss you?? Ewww, makes me want to barf at the thought of kissing a urine drinker.

* runs out of thread to go puke*

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This works great on removing acne from your face!

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OK. I WILL SAY THESE ONLY ONCE. UR BODY DEEMED IT FIT TO REMOVE WHAT IN ITS WISDOM WAS NO LONGER WANTED. WHY IN D WORLD DO U WANT IT BACK INSIDE U. THINK ABOUT IT, PLS. IT IS JUST COMMON SENSE.

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Its practitioners have advocated urine therapy as a treatment for asthma, arthritis, allergies, acne,

cancer, indigestion, migraines, wrinkles, and a host of other conditions.

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Whether we believe it or not the truth remains the truth. I am not contributing to this thread to convince anybody, but I only want to share my own experiences, possibly the information may be helpful to some people. Urine therapy works! I personally have used it to cure many health problems for myself and others. The ailment include fever, piles, etc.

I read some post on Late Elizabeth Kafaru, I wonder why people try to confuse others with half information. Yes, Elizabeth Kafaru died of  cancer, but that does not imply that urine therapy is not working. After her passing away, it was reported in Guardian newspaper that after many years ago, she was diagnosed of cancer of the womb, and was advised medically to do operation to remove her womb. That was when she used urine therapy to cure it and gave birth to many children with that same womb. So it does not hold water for someone to say that urine therapy is not effective because she later died later many many years after of cancer disease. This is not a way to honor a woman that has devoted her life sharing information and helping many people with alternative health solutions.

In simplicity, we should accept that human being will die of one thing or the other when the time comes. It was also recorded that in the olden days, when sailors in ship were lost in the middle of sea, and they have exhausted their food, they were able to survive on urine therapy for weeks.

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two drops of ur early morning urine into ur eyes everyday will make u never to know what is eye problem.

Drinking also does a lot of prevention and it really reduces the sugar rate in the body.

its early morning urine not afternoon or evening one pls

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Yes! You can drink your urine. In fact you should drink it, it's your own water. I drank mine daily, actually I prefer to call it "my own wine". We all know that different wine have different tastes, so does urine. If you have malaria your urine taste different compare to when you are infected with bacteria or viral disease. Do you know that the best facial treatment you can give yourself is to rub your stale urine on your face every night? Urine therapy is a solution to any type of ailment that you can think of. If you want to know how to use urine therapy to cure any type of disease you can reach me on 08067013345 or mail to: herbaldoctor@live.com

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This is a great place for me to visit as I need to understand more of this. Thanks for the tips.

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yes.

i did drink mine around 2005

You have to drink the first urine in the morning after waking up.Just a half glass.

it worked wonders in my system

Try it.

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Urine guzzling??

Wow!! what next?

Your kidney filters all of the imprities out of your body

and process them into your urine so that your body can excrete

it.Re-injesting it is just sickening. There are reasons for bodily functions

and the reasons donot include Re-injestion.

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yep.

ifd it really worked she shouldnt have succumbed like that

we all know the kidney works hard at getting rid of the stuffs in the urine, we've all seen the effects of kidney failure on people.

let wastes be wastes.

drink water, has a lot more value.

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Last time i checked the woman who was at the forefront of urine therapy in nija died suddenly!

remember her?

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Can a pregnant woman drink her urine?

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Drink my own piss? For wetin na! Abi dem swear for me.

Trust me,if piss was beneficial CocaCola would have bottled it or canned it by now.And they'd probably call it PISSALIVE!

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For urine drinkers, note : If urine is good for the body, I suspect your stool will be a good body cream too to refresh the skin and prevent wrinkles!

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No way would I drink my urine.

I'm not a chemist, my discipline is Mechanical Engineering / Electronics and Telecom, but I can understand where Naijaking1 is coming from. From my Biology days too, I know what urine consists of, and why the body gets rid of it, via the kidneys.

I would not advice anyone to drink urine, for any purpose! Still, it's personal choice, folk will do what they want to.

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Yes I can you want to pay to watch me?

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Men i must say I am convinced by both parties(urine drinkers and urine non-drinkers)

I also heard Urine on the skin cures,wats the negative effect of urine on the skin Naijaking??

Even if i dont do it i believe some of our health solutions are free.

Do u know i heard a girl who was told to rub her Menses on her skin 2 get it back after a fatal burn?I dont know if it worked but she sure got cured in record time,as in it smoothened.

So i ll just believe anything wonders they say never ends,even if i wont pertake

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Once again, and as a public health issue, I want to say that for every reason one thinks he needs to drink urine, there ten reasons why you should not.

Take for example, the substance urokinase, a fibrinolytic agent found in urine, and found effective in opening clogged arteries like the coronary of the heart.

You should not drink your own urine or that of anyother person because:

1. You need 4400IU/kg/hr of this drug in a purified form over 2hr to open a clogged artery. In urine, you do not know how many ml of urine could give you this quantity- a cup, 2, or all the urine samples passed in your yard or village that particular morning- you just don't know.

2. Too small a quantity would not do the job, but too large an amount will lead to uncontrolled bleeding in your brain, bladder and bowel

3. Urine, like other waste products of the body contain toxic and very harmful products of metabolism.

4. The body uses urine to flush the ureters, urethra, and entire genitourinary system, if you drink this urine, you also drink harmful bacteria that should have been flushed

5. You drink shed and dead tissues with urine

6. Cancer cells may also be consumed as you try to question nature for getting rid bye-products

7.Biochemically, urine helps to maintain body acidity, when you drink urine, you help throw your body off balance in terms of ph

8.Volume control is also thrown off balance when you resort to drinking your own urine

9. Blood pressure, salt balance is likely to be disturbed with urine consumption

10. For every ml of urine consumed for urokinase, you also drink urea-ammonia, phosphate, and other deadly elements.

11. If you're a chronic urine drinker, be sure to tell your family, boy/girl friend, because you will surely be spreading all sorts of diseases.

12. I can go, but ---- no time.

I was not trying to confuse the issue at all. I emphasize that urine like stool and sweat are the body's waste products. Clearly, the tendency to be attracted to these products are related, and are treated similarly.

I may not convince any hardliner urine drinker in this thread, but at least other potential drinkers will know the facts and make up their minds.

Have you ever asked your physician about drinking urine?

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Patients have described accidental ingestion of their partner's urine from a sexual point of view.

Some even described the experience as auto-Intimate in nature. Don't forget that inhaling ammonia from a bottle seems to induce similar psychotropic state in some people.

Urine has a lot of urea that is easily converted to ammonia, so it's easy to understand why animals have a sort of "high" after sniffing their partner's urine.

Animals from goats, sheep, big and small cats, etc. engage in this practice, so it's not surprising that humans have described same effect.

Note I said sniff, not 'pour a cup-full' of your own urine and drink it for breakfast.

If you eat your own stool, or drink your own urine; the pschiatrist will be glad to treat you for corprophilia and urophilia respectively.

Note also that this writeup doesn't advocate purposeful sniffing, drinking, or contact with either your own urine or your partner's under any circumstances, because the disadvantages outweigh the few advantages.

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Ok, are you guys really waiting not to drink your own urine?

Please note that a tendency to consume the body's waste products such as stool, urine, and sweat is a clearly defined pyschiatric illness.

Without much ado, I would recommend a visit to your primary care doctor or a pychiatrist if anyone of you continues to have a strong urge to consume your wast products.

It doesn't matter if you read it in some book, watched it on some TV trick, or saw a well known personality do same; you should talk to your pyschiatrist about this urge.

From a microbiological, biochemical, and physiological points of view, there is no reason a normal person should drink his or her own urine, eat his or her stool, or drink their sweat.

Even if you don't understand pathophysiology, you've got to have the common sense to know that your body has discarded these products as a result of millions of years of evolution.

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@naijaking1

What are u waiting for, go ahead and give us reason not to if there is any!

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Please my people, DON'T DRINK URINE

There is a reason your body wants to waste it.

As a medical doctor, I can tell you that for every reason you may have for drinking urine, I can give 10 other reasons why you should not.

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Urine therapy consists of two parts: internal appication (drinking urine) and external application (massaging with urine). Both aspects comple-ment each other and are important for optimal re-sults. The basic principle of urine therapy is therefore quite simple: you drink and massage yourself with urine. Even so, there are a number of dif-ferent ways to apply urine therapy. After your initial experiences, you will be able to determine. Throughout the civilized world, blood and blood products are used in the medical world with-out evoking the repugnance associated with urine. We often use prepacked cells, plasma, white blood cells and countless other blood components. Urine is nothing other than a blood product. We see ba-bies being bosom-fed and we are not filled with re-pugnance. We drink cow's milk and eat cheese from cows, goats and other animals without a second thought. We eat dairy products in the form of blue cheese (moulded) or as sour drinks such as yogurt and buttermilk, not to mention all the other bizarre things which are considered to be delicacies. If it is not the color (and it is not, because we drink wine, beer and fruit juice of the same color);and if it is not the smell (and it is not, because we consume considerable amounts of cheese which smell much worse) and if it is not the temperature, then perhaps it is the taste. How many people do you know who have drunk enough urine to really know what it tastes like? Probably not too many. Those who regularly drink their own urine say it. But taking urine into your mouth might be too big a step to begin with. Rubbing a drop into the and first smelling your own urine can help you to overcome part of the barrier. Really, it often does not smell bad at all. Many people even like its some-times sweet odor. More extensive massaging of urine into your skin is also a good way to become accustomed to your life water. How can you overcome feelings of aversion to drinking your own golden elixir? Start by drinking a drop then a sip each day and slowly build up to a fill glass of urine. This is the most comfortable way to allow your body, mind and soul to become accustomed to this therapy.

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Human urine has strengthening and curative characteristics concerning many deficiencies. A mixture of potato and sulphur powder, mixed with heated, old urine helps against hair loss. One should rub this mixture into the scalp; this slows down loss of hair. All kinds of throat inflammation can be helped by gargling with urine to which a bit of saffron has been added. Trembling hands and knees can be helped by washing, and rubbing one's own warm urine into the skin directly after one has urinated. An universal and excellent remedy for all distempers inward and outward. Drink your own water in the morning nine days together and it cures the scurvy, makes the body lightsome and cheerful. It is good against the dropsy and Jaundice, drunk as before. Wash your ears with it warm and it is good against deafness noises and nost other ailments in the ears. Wash your eyes with your own water and it cures sore eyes and clears and strengthens the sight. Wash and rub your hands with it, and it takes away numbness, chaps and sores and makes the joints limber. Wash any green wound with it and it is an extraordinary good thing. Wash any part that itches and it takes the itch away. Wash the fundament and it is good against piles and other sores. More than any other method, urine therapy represents the principles of natural medicine. One's own urine is a specific medicine for anyone who is ill. It is made for him or her personally and is just right for what he or she needs at the present moment, because it changes its composition all the time. It is not only something that cures, but it also sustains health when taken as a preventative. Taken energetically, one could consider urine to be an exact hologram of both healthy as well as diseased body fluids. All information from the body fluids is collected and stared in the urine. One's own urine is the best medicine for the kidneys that we could imagine. It is clear for any hotistic health practitioner that all cycles within the body are interconnected, and this means that the healing of one of those cycles will have a positive effect on the others. Urine was often used at the front, for lack of other medication and as a disinfectant for surgery instruments. A Russia doctor treated many people from far and wide, and was able to alleviate or completely cure illnesses with nothing else than urine therapy, while other methods up until then had failed.

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I keep learning new things every now and then On NAIRALAND. I've learnt sooo many good things, met some lovely friends and got some vital information as well. Alas, some information just get me baffled, thinking and laughing!!!

I'm learning, I really am. Thanks for this anyway.

It is well

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Veracioussss!

how often do you drink it? Everyday, weekly, monthly or, ,. I really want to know. I'm afraid of you. drinking "wewe".

Another question pls, must it be your own urine or any other.

It's really amazing!!! I'm so sorry if i'm offending some drinkers, but, hhhhmmmmh! he get as he be ooo.!

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You guys are missing out big time.

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@ Attention

that atticle you posted is meant for those who don't believe nor see themselves taking urine as a form of medication. i take it every morning befor even brushing my mouth.

@ olowo tee

girl you dont have to sip with a straw,all you have to do is drink and savour the taste huuummmm.

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Veracious,

I came across this article and i think it would summarise the urine stuff, though lenghty, but it would help you understand the importance of the urine therapy.

As medical researchers have discovered:

"Urine is the main component of the amniotic fluid that bathes the human fetus.

"Normally the baby 'breathes' this urine-filled amniotic fluid into its lungs. If the urinary tract is blocked, the fetus does not produce the fluid, and, without it, the lungs do not develop."

(G. Kolata, "Surgery on Fetuses Reveals They Heal Without Scars", The New York Times, Medical Section, 16 August 1988)

This is a fact that probably none of you without a medical background know, but the reality is that urine is absolutely vital to your body's functioning, and the internal and external applications of urine have proven medical ramifications far beyond anything that we, the general public, can imagine.

What amazes people most when they first hear about the medical use of urine is that they've never heard of it before. To the vast majority of mankind, urine is nothing more than a somewhat repugnant 'waste' that the body has to excrete in order to function.

But as you'll discover, urine is not a waste product of the body but, rather, an extraordinarily valuable physiological substance that has been shown throughout the history of medical science right up until today to have profound medical uses that most of us know absolutely nothing about.

One of the first things we need to clear up is the common perception of urine. Urine is not what you think it is. As a matter of fact, you probably have no idea what urine is or how your body makes it.

In reality, urine is not, as most of us believe, the excess water from food and liquids that goes through the intestines and is ejected from the body. I know that we generally think of urine in just this way: you eat and drink, the intestines 'wring' out the good stuff in the food, and the urine is the leftover, dirty, waste water that your body doesn't want, so it should never, ever be reintroduced into the body in any form-right? Wrong.

No matter how popular a conception, this commonly shared scenario may be, it just isn't true. Urine is not made in your intestines. Urine is made in and by your kidneys. So what does this mean, and why should it change the way you feel about urine?

In layman's language, this is how and why urine is made in the body. When you eat, the food you ingest is eventually broken down in the stomach and intestines into extremely small molecules. These molecules are absorbed into tiny tubules in the intestinal wall and then pass through these tubes into the bloodstream.

The blood circulates throughout your body, carrying these food molecules and other nutrients along with critical immune-defence and regulating elements such as red and white blood cells, antibodies, plasma, microscopic proteins, hormones, enzymes, etc., which are all manufactured at different locations in the body. The blood continually distributes its load of life-sustaining elements throughout the body, nourishing every cell and protecting the body from disease.

As it flows through the body, this nutrient-filled blood passes through the liver where toxins are removed and later excreted from the body in the form of solid waste. Eventually, this purified, 'cleaned' blood makes its way to the kidneys.

When the blood enters the kidneys it is filtered through an immensely complex and intricate system of minute tubules, called nephron, through which the blood is literally 'squeezed' at high pressure. This filtering process removes excess amounts of water, salts and other elements in the blood that your body does not need at the time.

These excess elements are collected within the kidney in the form of a purified, sterile, watery solution called urine. Many of the constituents of this filtered watery solution, or urine, are then re-absorbed by the nephron and delivered back into the bloodstream. The remainder of the urine passes out of the kidneys into the bladder and is then excreted from the body.

So, you say, the body's gotten rid of this stuff for a reason-so why would we want to use it again? And here's the catch. The function of the kidneys is to keep the various elements in your blood balanced. The kidneys do not filter out important elements in the blood because those elements in themselves are toxic or poisonous or bad for the body, but simply because the body did not need that particular concentration of that element at the time it was excreted.

And medical researchers have discovered that many of the elements of the blood that are found in urine have enormous medicinal value, and when they are reintroduced into the body they boost the body's immune defences and stimulate healing in a way that nothing else does.

As medical research has revealed:

"One of the most important functions of the kidney is to excrete material and substances for which the body has no immediate need, "

(A. H. Free, and H. M. Free, Urinalysis in Clinical and Laboratory Practice, CRC Press, Inc., USA, 1975, pp. 13-17)

For instance, the kidneys filter out water and sodium from the blood into the urine. These are both vital life-sustaining elements without which your body cannot function. But both elements could be lethal if there were too much water or sodium in your blood.

Now what about potassium, calcium and magnesium? These are familiar nutrients that we ingest in our food and vitamin pills every day, but they're also in your urine. These nutritional elements are extremely valuable substances to the body, certainly not toxic, and yet the kidney excretes these elements into the urine. Why? Because it's taking out the excess amounts of potassium, calcium, etc. that are not needed by your body at the time they are filtered out. Actually, it is this regulating process of the kidneys and the excretion of urine that allows us to eat and drink more than our bodies need at any one time.

"The principal function of the kidney is not excretion, but regulation, The kidney obviously conserves what we need, but, even more, permits us the freedom of excess. That is, it allows us to take in more than we need of many necessities-water and salt, for example-and excrete exactly what is not required."

(Dr Stewart Cameron [Professor of Renal Medicine, Guy's Hospital, London], Kidney Disease: The Facts, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 1986)

But this isn't the end of the story. Scientists have discovered that urine, because it is actually extracted from our blood, contains small amounts of almost all of the life-sustaining nutrients, proteins, hormones, antibodies and immunising agents that our blood contains.

"Urine can be regarded as one of the most complex of all body fluids. It contains practically all of the constituents found in the blood."

(A. H. Free and H. M. Free, Urinalysis in Clinical and Laboratory Practice, CRC Press, Inc., USA, 1975, pp. 13-17)

Many medical researchers, unlike most of us, know that far from being a dirty body-waste, fresh, normal urine is actually sterile and is an extraordinary combination of some of the most vital and medically important substances known to man. Now this fact may be unknown to the vast majority of the public today, it is nothing new to modern medicine.

To us, the public, urine seems like an undesirable waste product of the body, but to the medical research community and the drug industry it's been considered to be liquid gold. Don't believe it? Read this:

"Utica, Michigan - Realising it is flushing potential profits down the drain, an enterprising young company has come up with a way to trap medically powerful proteins from urine. Enzymes of America has designed a special filter that collects important urine proteins, and these filters have been installed in all of the men's urinals in the 10,000 portable outhouses owned by the Porta-John company, a subsidiary of Enzymes of America.

"Urine is known to contain minute amounts of proteins made by the body, including medically important ones such as growth hormone and insulin. There is a $500-million-a-year market for these kinds of urine ingredients.

"This summer, Enzymes of America plans to market its first major urine product called urokinase, an enzyme that dissolves blood clots and is used to treat victims of heart attacks. The company has contracts to supply the urine enzyme to Sandoz, Merrell Dow and other major pharmaceutical companies. Ironically, this enterprise evolved from Porta-John's attempt to get rid of urine proteins-a major source of odour in portable toilets.

"When the president of Porta-John began consulting with scientists about a urine filtration system, one told him he was sitting on a gold mine.

"The idea of recycling urine is not new, however. 'We thought about this,' says 26 Whitcome of Amgen, a Los Angeles biotechnology firm, 'but realised we'd need thousands and thousands of litres of urine.'

"Porta-John and Enzymes of America solved that problem. The 14 million gallons flowing annually into Porta-John's privies contain about four-and-a-half pounds of urokinase alone. That's enough to unclog 260,000 coronary arteries."

("Now Urine Business", Hippocrates magazine, May/June 1988)

But urokinase isn't the only drug derived from urine that, unknown to us, has been a financial boon to the pharmaceutical industry.

In August of 1993, Forbes magazine printed an article about Fabio Bertarelli who owns the world's largest fertility drug-producing company, the Ares-Serono Group, based in Geneva, whose most important product is the drug Pergonal which increases the chances of conception. Guess what Pergonal is made from?

"To make Pergonal, Ares-Serono collects urine samples from 110,000 postmenopausal women volunteers in Italy, Spain, Brazil and Argentina. From 26 collection centres, the urine is sent to Rome where Ares-Serono technicians then isolate the ovulation-enhancing hormone."

(N. Munk, "The Child is the Father of the Man", Forbes Magazine, 16 August 1993)

Ares-Serono earned a reported $855 million in sales in 1992, and people pay up to $1,400 per month for this urine extract.

Obviously, most of us are operating under a gross misconception when we wrinkle our nose at the thought of using urine in medicine.

Urea, the principal organic solid in urine, has long been considered to be a 'waste product' of the body. It's even been considered to be dangerous or poisonous, but this, too, is completely untrue.

Like any other substance in the body, too much urea can be harmful, but urea in and of itself is enormously valuable and indispensable to body functioning. Not only does urea provide invaluable nitrogen to the body, but research has shown that urea actually aids in the synthesis of protein, or, in other words, it helps our bodies use protein more efficiently. Urea has also been proven to be an extraordinary antibacterial and antiviral agent and is one of the best natural diuretics ever discovered.

Urea was discovered and isolated as long ago as 1773 and is currently marketed in a variety of different drug forms.

These are a few more examples of commercial medical applications of urine and urea in use today:

Ureaphil: diuretic made from urea

Urofollitropin: urine-extract fertility drug

Ureacin: urea cream for skin problems

Amino-Cerv: urea cream used for cervical treatments

Premarin: urine-extract oestrogen supplement

Panafil: urea/papain ointment for skin ulcers, burns and infected wounds

Another urine-related product ingredient is carbamide. Carbamide is the chemical name for synthesised urea. Where do you find carbamide? In places you'd never thought of, such as in products like Murine Ear Drops and Murine Ear Wax Removal System which contain carbamide peroxide, a combination of synthetic urea and hydrogen peroxide.

Medical researchers have also proven that urea is one of the best and only medically proven, effective skin moisturisers in the world. In many years of laboratory studies, researchers discovered that, unlike just about all other types of oil-based moisturisers that simply sit on the top layers of the skin and do nothing to improve water retention within skin cells (which gives skin its elasticity and wrinkle-free appearance), urea actually increases the water-binding capacity of the skin by opening skin layers for hydrogen bonding, which then attracts moisture to dry skin cells.

This is a remarkable fact considering that women spend billions of dollars a year on outrageously expensive skin moisturisers whose ingredients, even in tightly controlled double-blind comparison tests, don't even come close to hydrating dry skin as well as simple, inexpensive urea.

So, as surprising as it seems, urine and urea do have an amazing, voluminous history in both traditional and modern medicine.

An article, titled "Autouro- therapy", published in the New York State Journal of Medicine (vol. 80, no. 7, June 1980), written by Dr John R. Herman, Clinical Professor of Urology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City, points out the general misconceptions regarding urine and its medical use:

"Autouropathy (urine therapy) did flourish in many parts of the world and it continues to flourish today, There is, unknown to most of us, a wide usage of uropathy and a great volume of knowledge available showing the multitudinous advantages of this modality,

"Urine is only a derivative of the blood, If the blood should not be considered 'unclean', then the urine also should not be so considered. Normally excreted, urine is a fluid of tremendous variations of composition,

", Actually, the listed constituents of human urine can be carefully checked and no items not found in human diet are found in it. Percentages differ, of course, but urinary constituents are valuable to human metabolism, "

Look up urea in a medical dictionary. In Mosby's Medical and Nursing Dictionary, urea is defined not as a useless body waste but as a systemic diuretic and topical skin treatment. It's also prescribed to reduce excess fluid pressure on the brain and eyes.

Uric acid, another ingredient of urine, is normally thought of as an undesirable waste product of the body that causes gout. But even uric acid has recently been found to have tremendous health-promotion and medical implications.

Medical researchers at the University of California at Berkeley reported in 1982 that they have discovered that:

"Uric acid could be a defence against cancer and ageing.

"It also destroys body-damaging chemicals, called free radicals, that are present in food, water and air and are considered to be a cause of cancer and breakdowns in immune function.

"Uric acid could be one of the things that enables human beings to live so much longer than other mammals."

(O. Davies, "Youthful Uric Acid", Omni magazine, October 1982)

Urine is a critically important body fluid that has fascinated medical science throughout the centuries. Medical scientists study urine with tremendous intent because, unlike the public, they know that it contains innumerable vital body nutrients and thousands of natural elements that control and regulate every function of the body.

So, whether we know it or not, urine does have an extremely important and undisputed place in medicine-and not just as a diagnostic tool or as an ingredient of various synthetic drugs.

Your first reaction once you've read the convincing research demonstrating urine's often startling medical uses may be a willingness to use it as long as it's altered enough to make it unrecognisable. Many people might consider a synthetic or chemically altered form of urine-such as urokinase, the blood clot dissolver-as preferable to using it as a natural medicine.

But, there are many reasons for using urine in its natural form rather than as a synthetic drug or extract, not the least of which is the fact that there is no synthetic equivalent for individual urine, and never will be, owing to the tremendous complexity and uniqueness of each person's urine constituents.

Just as nature produces no two people who are exactly the same, there are also no two urine samples in the world that contain exactly the same components. Your own urine contains elements that are specific to your body alone and are medicinally valuable ingredients tailor-made to your own health disorders.

How can that be? It is because your urine contains hundreds of elements that are manufactured by your body to deal with your personal, specific health conditions. Your body is constantly producing a huge variety of antibodies, hormones, enzymes and other natural chemicals to regulate and control your body's functions and combat diseases that you may or may not know you have.

Modern research and clinical studies have proven that the thousands of critical body chemicals and nutrients that end up in your individual urine reflect your individual body functions, and, when re-utilised, act as natural vaccines, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-cancer agents, hormone balancers, allergy relievers, etc. (Talk about the perfect preventive care treatment!)

Many doctors have discovered and shown that it's extremely important to use our own natural urine in healing because extracts or synthetic drug forms of urine don't contain all of these individualised elements that address our personal, individual health needs.

Another reason that many doctors have emphasised the use of the natural form of urine is that it does not produce side-effects whereas synthetic drugs and therapies all produce side-effects, many of which are extremely dangerous.

As an example, the urine-extract drug called urokinase, which is used to dissolve dangerous blood clots, can cause serious abnormal bleeding as a side-effect; but natural urine itself, which contains measurable amounts of urokinase, has been used medicinally even in extremely large quantities without causing side-effects.

If you're not familiar with just how pervasive and extreme the risk of chemical drug-taking is, go to the library and look up a copy of The Physician's Desk Reference for Non-prescription Drugs (Medical Economics Data Productions Co., Inc., 1993, 14th ed.). This is the doctor's guide to every prescription and over-the-counter drug on the market, and every one of them is accompanied by a long list of ominous and frightening potential side-effects.

On the other hand, in almost 100 years of laboratory and clinical studies on the use of natural urine and simple urea in medicine, extraordinary results have been obtained, but no toxic or dangerous side-effects to the user have ever been observed or reported by either researchers or patients using the therapy.

As we've learned, urea, which is the principal solid ingredient of urine, has been synthesised and medically used with excellent results and with no side-effects. But again, research has shown that whole urine can cure many disorders that urea cannot, because urine contains thousands of therapeutic agents such as important natural antibodies, enzymes and regulating hormones that urea alone does not contain.

Urine therapy not only has dozens of successful research trials supporting it, but also thousands of success stories from people all over the world. As many people today have discovered, conventional medicine held no answers for either their chronic or acute illnesses and health disorders-but urine therapy did.

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Guys to be candid,drinking your own urine regularly expecially your morning urine of at least one cup works wonders in you avoid taking it at night unless you want to keep vigil. it cleans up your immune systems, cures diseases like STD's, infections of what everkind etc and it makes you look ten years younger than your real age.its exellent for your skin.belive me some medical doctors knows about it too. ever wondered why some people dont take any form of drugs and yet are very strong and healthy?

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I drank mine before, na GOD oh

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How? Do we just gulp our urine like that?

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Benefits, health benefits whatever, got to be another way. Ewww urine.

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