Remedy: Urine therapy
Urine therapy. What it is, how to do it. UT and allergies. Urine therapy is an effective traditional home remedy for many ailments.
Comment posted by David Niven Miller of Perth, WA, Australia on 21 November 2012 at 13:59 826
In reply to Ann of Sydney:
If you have candida, there is no rule that says you can't use another person's urine! Some of the books on UT talk about the urine of healthy children having beneficial effects. And with a healthy partner, it is just another aspect of sharing bodily fluids...
Comment posted by Ann of Sydney, NSW, Australia on 21 November 2012 at 11:6 825
It says in the body of your urine article that you should not use urine therapy if you have candida problems but then has candida in a list of stuff it cures. That does not seem to match.
I would go for using it cos it works on parasites in fact as long as your diet is free of nasties I think it works on anything. And it heals the digestive tract. I have used it extensively. When I had CFS years back it enabled me to give up taking expensive Caire pine bark extract cos it seemed to do the same thing. When I had a flu that never cleared up for weeks UT cleared it in 3 days. It is like a morning tonic. Not doing it at the moment cos it does not mix well with animal proteins.
An elderly nurse and naturopath I have known for years always recommends to make the homeopathic version of it or swish it rather than drink it so that might be better if one is eating meat. It'd be pretty nasty with cigarettes too and never with medications being taken. Makes a lovely hair conditioner if you add a touch of essential oil and RINSE WELL.