[This page represents my own beliefs, experiences, and practices. It is not medical advice. I did my research and each reader must do his own. I am not responsible for how a person uses this information. I AM NOT A DOCTOR. WARNING: I read that it is possible for people who are taking drugs to overdose if they consume their urine and continue to take their drugs (excess drug comes out in the urine). Also I have heard of a time when a person's wounds were treated with urine from a soldier who had a veneral disease and caught the disease. We need to know what we are dealing with. Some people may not know that they have a sexually transmitted disease--these diseases can lie latent for many years. I'd use my own own urine for my wounds.]
Uses of Urine
I knew someone who was a proponent of Urine Therapy. He said that it cured his cancer. He gave me books on the subject. He was a former pharmacist who had owned his own pharmacy for approximately 28 years but renounced pharmacy after discovering the practices of the pharmaceutical companies.
Normal urine is clean. In urine, your body is flushing out the excess minerals, etc. that it did not need. It is used extensively in medicine and agriculture. It may be called urea [urea is found in urine but as I understand it, it may also be made synthetically today]. In an old college textbook I saw a picture of a cow raised only on urine protein and her calf. [Aside: Today, I read that they'll feed animals not only urine products but dung/manure and sawdust mixed in with grain. How can this be? Well, dung used to be used to fertilize crops, but now with these huge, monoculture farms farmers use synthetic fertilizers. This leaves monoculture cattle farmers with a lot of dung on their hands that they must dispose of--they have no pastures or fields to put it on. False science has developed a noxious mixture of dung, lumberyard scraps, and token grain that they make into pellets to feed the cattle that we buy--I don't know how widespread the use of these pellets is.] The Porta John company (the people who make portable toilets) website has a link for "pharmaceuticals" on the left-hand side menu of their homepage at toilets.com. It is said that they sell urine proteins. As I understand it, horse urine is used in Premarin (pregnant mare urine) for women going through menopause (see premarin.org). As in practically all modern agriculture, the horses that supply urine are not treated well.
Urine is also believed to help combat allergies. I've had severe pollen allergies for over 30 years. Knowing that the time is coming when Christians will not be able to buy and sell caused me anxiety because I would not be able to purchase allergy medicine. I looked in one of those urine books and it said that urine relieves allergy symptoms.
Unsavory as it was at first, I gave it a try. I did it for an entire year to prove that urine can be used to treat allergies. My allergies are so bad that they can bring on an asthma-like attack if they are not treated. I made it through that year dabbing a little in the inside of my nostrils with a q-tip. [Update: last year, after I had been treating myself for a while, I saw a little blood on the q-tip. With that in mind, I've recently started diluting the urine with water.] I've sometimes dabbed some in my ears too, because they can itch during allergy season. Each treatment lasted about four hours, but I often did it whenever I went to the bathroom. If the urine is strong it can sting, so I STOPPED putting it in the eyes.
I got tired of using urine so I went back to over-the-counter medicine knowing that I could use urine at any time.
[Update: I am back on urine and have developed various mixtures--nasal rinse, a greatly diluted eye wash to dab *over* my eyelids, one to dab in my nostrils, and one for ear drops taking care to make sure excess water drains out from the drops.] [4/16/11 Update: This allergy season took half of an allergy pill once or twice a day and that was enough for a while. Then I had to take one whole pill at a time. I was taking maybe 1 or 2 pills a day which was a great find. An even greater find was that I could "mechanically" remove the pollen by submerging my face in a sink of warm water, flush my ears with a bulb syringe, and wash my face. I took no allergy medicine today (or urine) and have been doing well. I did this protocol this morning, then maybe again around noon, and then after I sneezed in the late afternoon as I worked outside. When I sneezed, I came in and mechanically removed the pollen and the attack did not continue.]
I read that putting a few drops of urine under the tongue increases the potency, but that is an unsavory proposition. I did it a few times and, as I recall, I could go a LONG time (maybe 12 hours) without another treatment--but I didn't like the idea. [Update: my allergies can get so bad that I must take an oral dose and it has to increase when the pollen gets worse. I swab the nostrils and at the worst times, I squirt 15 half dropperfuls down the back of my throat. When I was taking a dose down my throat, it actually instantly relieved my throat which was irritated and sore from allergies (I have a way of grating my throat when it itches to "scratch" the itch which leaves it raw feeling). About the same time I heard from an acquaintance that he used urine for a sore throat too. We live in the end times and I want to know how to help myself and not have to rely on man. Some use urine for sore throats (gargle) and toothache (swish in mouth)] Some people make a tincture of urine where it is diluted by many times in drinking alcohol--NOT rubbing alcohol like what is in your medicine cabinet.
The man who introduced me to urine therapy drank about 8 ounces of urine a day. This is not unknown in other countries. Some people still drink urine--from cattle owners who drink cow's urine, to a former prime minister of India, Morarji Desai, who drank his own urine and testified of its health benefits. My father said as he was growing up he heard that you could swish it around in your mouth when you had a toothache and then spit it out. I've heard that military men have stood in it to get rid of athlete's foot fungus. Dilute it with water and it can be used to fertilize your plants--store bought fertilizers often have "urea" as a chief nitrogen source ingredient (as I understand it, urea can also go under other names). One man recommended urine for a baby with skin problems--he said wipe a wet diaper on the affected area. I read about an Eskimo tribe that used urine as the treatment of choice for washing wounds. I dipped a wound in it and there was no stinging, but the wound had clotted over by that time, as I recall. Some women use urine to beautify skin and hair, and on and on...
They say that it is good to collect urine when your allergies symptoms first come on because it contains lots of antibodies that your body produced to combat the pollen.
Years ago, I was given "Your Body's Own Perfect Medicine" and am glad to have it on my bookshelf. Revelation 13 let me know that I had to stop relying on the grocery store. That meant I had to find a solution to my allergies. I found my allergy answer in urine but I am convinced that there are many, many other answers as well such as answers to infections. [UPDATE: http://users.erols.com/martinlara/ has information of great interest, the books, are unavailable at this time but just reading the synopses and table of contents was of great interest. Also on the site is what Mr. Lara calls, "The Universal Remedy."]
[Update: I had itching poison ivy. I had calamine lotion on it but said the next time it itched I would try urine. I swabbed it on full strength with a cotton ball and the itching did not return.]
From an email--
> The man who told me about urine therapy (the former pharmacist) gave me a
> couple of books about it which have proven very useful to me.
> *Your Own Perfect Medicine: The Incredible Proven Natural Miracle Cure
> that Medical Science has Never Revealed -- by Martha M. Christy. Includes
> some of the mechanisms by which urine works. Easy to read with well
> placed technical details. It could be read cover to cover. I read enough
> to figure out how to treat my allergies.
If you surf around the internet and other places for information, remember you must not simply believe everything that you read--you must research and consider what is before you.
Those with sinus problems and pollen allergies may wish to see, Sinus Treatment Protocols.
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