Day 52: Urine Therapy
Healing Miracles with Uropathy, Your Own Perfect Medicine
The life (“life-force”) of the flesh is in the blood, and as urine comes from the blood, it contains that life-force…
Urine is a medicinal, cleansing, and nourishing food… with a surprising ability to cure an amazing variety of ills… which has been scientifically-proven, and medically-documented.
“If you believe in me, you will never thirst.”
“Rivers of living water shall flow from your bellies.”
– Jesus (in John 7:38)
Welcome to Day 52!
You may think that when it comes to alternative health therapies – you’ve heard it all.
But there is one natural therapy you may not have heard of – even though it’s one of the most powerful, most researched and most medically proven natural cures ever discovered.
No matter how hard it may be for you to stomach, the fact is that knowing the truth about this incredible natural substance will be one of the most crucial health facts you’ll ever learn. And one of the most remarkable things about this incomparable natural therapy is that the medical community has already been aware of its astounding efficacy for decades, and yet few of us has ever been told about it.
Why? Maybe they think it’s too controversial. Or maybe, more accurately, there wasn’t any monetary reward for telling people what scientists know about one of the most extraordinary natural healing elements in the world.
But no matter why the medical establishment has chosen to keep his invaluable information a secret, it’s time that every man, woman and child be told about the only health tool in the world that is always available to everyone and never out of reach – physically or financially. So I want you to sit back, open your mind and get ready to hear the incredible medical facts about human urine – the facts that will change your life.
Every one of us has a right to know that our bodies produce an invaluable source of nourishment and healing that we can utilize to heal ourselves and to maintain our lives and our health in both everyday circumstances and in emergencies and life-threatening situations. . .
Two news articles from the past that recently came across my desk vividly illustrate the absolutely tragic consequences of the public’s lack of information and our completely unfounded misconceptions regarding our bodies’ own perfect medicine:
Tom Brokaw, NBC Nightly News, October 16, 1992: “In Egypt, rescue workers found a 37-year-old man alive in earthquake rubble. He survived almost 82 hours by drinking his own urine. His wife, daughter and mother would not and they died.”
Associated Press, July, 1985: “I don’t think there’s any question that these women and the child would not have died had they simply been aware of the truth that not only would their own urine not harm them, but would, in fact, have provided a power-packed combination of liquid nutrients and critical immune factors that would have sustained them in good health until help arrived.”
If You Got Rid Of It, Why Put It Back?
Contrary to what we learned in biology, urine isn’t a dirty byproduct of intestinal work. Instead, it’s a highly useable, sterile fluid that comes from the kidneys. The main function of the kidney’s is to balance and filter the blood, which means that urine is made from life-sustaining ingredients, like vitamins, minerals, proteins, enzymes, hormones, antibodies, and amino acids estimated to be thousands of compounds in all.
For example, urine, which is also the primary component of amniotic fluid, contains DHEA (the wonder steroid heralded with anti-aging, anti-cancer, and other benefits), allantoin (added to creams and ointments to promote wound healing), factor S (used to naturally induce sleep), gastric secretory depressants (combats ulcer growth), urokinase (an enzyme known to dissolve blood clots), and of course, urea (a key constituent in many antibacterial substances). Some scientists even suggest that uric acid, the most touted property of urine, may be one of the things allowing humans to live longer than most other mammals.
While this culture continues to call it pee, piss, wee-wee, tinkle, and number one, there are others who speak more poetically of urine, calling it, among other things, the soma beverage, the mother of [ayurvedic] medicine, the water of life, living water within, life elixir, the water of Shiva, and the water of a thousand flowers. Whatever its name, this drugless self-remedy appears in all the ancient religious and medical texts of recorded history the earliest of which is attributed to the 5,000 year old Indian text known as the Damar Tantra:
“Drink waters out of thine own cistern, and running waters out of thine own well,” proclaims a proverb from the Old Testament. “The Soma beverage is a universal remedy,” declares the Atharva Veda. Hippocrates taught people to support their body’s intrinsic defenses and to try natural interventions, such as urine, before resorting to stronger measures. The Romans, according the historian Suetonius, valued urine so much that the emperor placed a tax on every drop collected from public reservoirs. Wealthy French women bathed in it, and Chinese doctors used it to soothe sore throats. And, in the 19th century French chemist Fourcroy devoted an entire volume to the properties of human urine, because, in his words, the “urine of man…has furnished the most singular discovers to chemistry,…as well as to the art of healing.”
It May Save Your Life
But more than just a rescue aid or supplement for the healthy, UT is also for those with chronic, acute, even severe illnesses. A practicing urine therapist in the 1930s and 40s and author of The Water of Life, a non-scientific book of case studies, Dr. John Armstrong showed that urine fasts could heal just about any disease that wasn’t caused by traumatism or structural defects. He was especially fond of urine fasts, believing them superior to other liquid fasts because of urine’s ability to rebuild as well as cleanse. And he could make such claims, since he not only cured others with urine fasts, but he cured himself of both tuberculosis and diabetes – something years of allopathic treatments had failed to do.
As with all “do it yourself” healing, UT recipients, myself included, often become infused with a vitality they feel compelled to share. Every book I have read about UT is supported by powerful testimonials, the most convincing of which coming from those whom conventional medicine had sentenced to death. For example, Christy writes of a woman with an inoperable uterine tumor who drank nothing but her urine for seven days and made the tumor disappear, and of another “terminal” patient with metastatic cancer of the liver who, in the throes of hepatitis and a high fever, decided she had nothing to lose by drinking her morning urine: “By the fifth day, I felt more energetic, by the tenth, I returned to the doctor. He couldn’t believe I was alive.”
The testimonials of PWAs (people with AIDS) are especially potent. In Urine-Therapy: It may save your life, author Dr. Beatrice Bartnett, a Naturopathic and Chiropractic Physician who co-founded the Water of Life Institute in Florida, cites a case of a man whose T-cell count went from 285 to 489 in four months while under UT alone. Other books document successful results in using UT to combat Kaposi sarcoma lesions, thrush, intestinal parasites, Ebstein-Barr, herpes, diarrhea, and colitis. Researchers believe UT works so well with AIDS and its opportunistic viruses because the urine of a PWA not only has anti-cancer agents, such as DHEA, retine, antieoplastons, uric acid, H-ll extract, HUD (human urine’s derivative), but it also contains the antibodies to HIV-1, a fact discovered in 1988 by Dr. Alvin Friedman-Kien at the New York University Medical School.
Miracles of Healing with Uropathy
In study after study, UT comes across as nothing short of miraculous. It fights free-radicals, eases morning sickness, acts as a diuretic, and has redressed a remarkable number of aliments, including arthritis, hair loss, jaundice, eczema, leprosy, gangrene, malaria, venereal diseases, menstrual irregularities, candida, warts, prostate problems, obesity, asthma, migraines, toxemia, rabies, peptic ulcers, multiple sclerosis, and heart disease. Some even profess it enhances spiritual growth.
The general theme is one of a therapy that works when all others have failed.
See you in The Green Room!
Odds are you’re among the 27 million Americans who recycle. Separating bottles, cans, plastic containers, newspapers, maybe even composting your kitchen and garden scraps, is one of the ways you show respect for your earthly home. But would you be willing to take the act of recycling a step further into the realm of your bodily home if it meant you’d have more energy, a stronger immune system, and an ageless complexion? Of course you would. What if I said you can have all this and more for the mere cost of 3/4 a cupful of urine? A little hard to swallow? Well, its true. It’s urine therapy (UT), and all it takes is eight ounces a day and an unwavering pledge to throw out some of the distastes you associate with the human filtering system. That’s what I did, and now, four years later, I’m a different person.
Media, Films, & Documentaries
Urine Good Health | Documentary | Eli Kabillio, Director
Urine: Good Health is an hour-long documentary about urine therapy. This unconventional and controversial practice,which involves the use of one’s own urine for health benefits, has been employed throughout history by people around the world and is one of the oldest modalities of health care. The proponents of urine therapy generally advocate the use of one’s own urine for many purposes. Whether taken orally, dropped in the eyes or ears, used topically or injected, it is claimed that urine is a cure for many maladies including AIDS, cancer, asthma, arthritis, and glaucoma, among others. Urine therapy is also used for skin care, health maintenance, and as a dietary supplement. While many in mainstream medicine have rejected the claims of urine drinkers, pharmaceutical companies and scientists profit from the use of urine and its individual components in their research and development. The proteins, enzymes, and other materials occurring naturally in urine are being used in various ways, including the production of life saving drugs and dietary supplements as well as for non-invasive tests for the detection of disease. This documentary objectively explores the claims of the users and proponents of urine therapy and the views of some of the world’s preeminent doctors and researchers regarding the medical uses of urine.
Winner of the Best Director Award at the 2000 Atlantic City Film Festival, the film is the second documentary from Eli Kabillio in Mad Dog Films' series of illuminating looks into the world of non-mainstream health practices.