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What is urine therapy?
Urine therapy is sometimes used in what is known as alternative medicine. It consists of either drinking one's urine, or massaging it into the skin. It is sometimes called urotherapy.
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Can anyone share their personal experience with Urine Therapy - there seem to be varying views on the subject?
I tried the process for a couple of weeks to treat a minor fingernail fungus that would not go away. I stopped after a couple of weeks because I didn't think I seen improvemen…t. Now though however, I have noticed that the fungus is only half as bad as it once was. I guess the urea (Urine) did help some but took a while to work through to the fingernails. I am now contemplating giving the therapy a longer try. The thought of it at first seems barbaric, but if you realize that your urine is very sterile and has been filtered by your kidneys you just have to get past the persona of it smelling and tasting bad. It also helped with digestive issues.
Not by UT itself! But, with proper high potency supplementation, diet, exercise, pure water, sleep, sea salt; absolutely!
In the West, the thought of urine therapy is simply outrageous and complete snake oil. In the East it is a different story all together. Millions and Millions of Chinese, Japa…nese, Indian (peoples of India), Russian and many others use urine therapy as a practical form of healing and natural medicine. Many here in Japan say it gives them energy, some say it helped them conceive when nothing else helped, others use it on there skin and have said it cleared their various kinds of rashes. Science knows that many vitamins, minerals, salts, hormones and other nutritional components are found in urine. For those that practice urine therapy, many believe that small indicators of illness are in the urine and when reintroduced into the body the immune system is able to read it like a computer that reads code allowing the immune system to send needed support to the most needed area's. Your question is about the skin. Some of the most expensive skin lotions on the market contain urea which is a natural component of urine. Along with the nutritional components make it very good for skin. You can apply it directly or put it in your bath water. If drinking, always use fresh urine with-in 10 minutes of urination. If for the skin (external use only), you can use fresh or 4 day old urine.
There are many reasons for such rashes and redness around the inner thighs due to use of soap, oil, synthetic clothes & tight clothes, constipation, food etc. but the most imp…ortant thing is this that it happened most of the times due to scratching of skin of thighs and other parts of our body With urine therapy most of diseases can be cured so to cure rash and redness patient has to apply urine dipped cloth for five minutes at a time and 3-4 times daily then do not wash that part immediately and do not use soap on that part please do not use synthetic cloth and not to use tight clothes If such person has constipation then should drink warm.hot water whole day regards Dr Lodha email@example.com
hi, anyone with diabetes can ingest urine therapy (traditionally referred to as shivambu). one must take extra precautions during practising urine therapy as a diabetic. the… course of diabetes means changing sugar levels in blood. when one does any intervention this is likely. urine therapy is likely to change sugar levels positively - that means change towards better as body starts cleansing itself. one must ensure that one takes the correct level of medication so that the nett effect means control of high sugar & not reducing sugar levels lower than normal. diabetes is a funny disease. lower or higher sugar levels generally give similar symptoms. so please take care & practise shivambu regularly. you may find some relief. good luck anand
to the best of my Knowledge, and I have dealt with Rheumatoid arthritis for many years there is no urine therapy that will help with arthritis. or warts for that matter.
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I have got warts on my left eye lid previously. Went for laser surgery few years ago to remove it. Recently, the wart came back. This time round I used the mid-stream urine in… the morning and apply on it with a facial tissue. I realised the next day, it had become smaller and within 3 days, it was completely gone.
Many people including myself have notice an increase in libido from urine therapy. Because urine will contain an array of different hormones including the sex hormones re-inge…sting one's own urine can have a noticeable effect on sexual desire. The power of urine therapy's effect on sexual health will vary depending on the person. Someone who is suffering from a deficiency of sex hormones like testosterone, estrogen or dehydroepiandrosterone will consequently have less in their urine. A smart idea may be to consume foods or herbs that will boost the bodies innate production of these hormones and then to consume the urine afterwards. Men may like to try tongkat ali which stimulates the leydig cells in the gonads to produce high amounts of testosterone. When the body subsequently eliminates testosterone from the urine, drinking the urine backmay have a positive effect and may save you money as well. It's worked for me.
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For external use, new or old urine can be applied. Old urine has a higher ammonia content that is more effective on skin such rashes as eczema and psoriasis.
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Urine therapy is a alternative medicine therapy that purports that drinking one's own urine, or urophagia, has medical benefits. Information on the practice can be found at th…e Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.