Urine Therapy – Simple Yet Effective

Urine therapy has proven helpful in a great number of various diseases, ranging from a simple cold and a throat-ache, to tuberculosis and asthma, from minor skin problems such as itching, to more serious skin diseases such as eczema, psoriasis and even skin cancer.

How to apply urine therapy?

Below you will find internal and external applications.
Internal application

  • Drinking – Morning urine is best. Take the middle stream. You can start with a few drops, building up to one glass a day. Good as a tonic, as a preventative and in minor illnesses.
  • Fasting – Drink all the urine you pass, except for the evenings, otherwise you won’t get any sleep. You can also take some extra water. The urine will quickly change its taste into almost neutral. Fasting on urine and water cleanses the blood. Toxins are removed through liver, skin and outbreath.
  • Gargle – Gargling with urine works wonders when having a throat-ache. Also good for toothache and generally when having a cold.
  • Enemas – Urine colonemas and enemas work very well in cleansing the colon and in providing a direct immune stimulant.
  • Vaginal douche – Helpful in e.g. yeast problems, white discharge, etc..
  • Ear- and eyedrops – Ear infections; conjunctivitis, glaucoma. For the eyes, dilute the urine with some water.
  • Sniffing urine/Neti – Sinusitis and other nose problems. Very good preventative for colds and to clean the subtle channels in the head.

External application

  • Massaging/Rubbing – You can use either fresh or old urine. Old urine (4 to 8 days) is generally more effective, but it has a strong to very strong smell. Massaging the whole body is a very important complementary treatment when fasting. It nourishes the body through the skin and helps against increased heartbeat. You can leave the urine on or wash it off after an hour or so, just with water or with a mild, natural soap. Fresh urine as an after shave gives you a beautiful soft skin. But it is also very helpful and healing in all kind of skin problems: itching, sunburns, eczema, psoriasis, acne, etc..
  • Gentle rubbing of urine into acupressure points (e.g. on the ears) – very useful when reactions are otherwise too strong, e.g. with very heavy allergic reaction.
  • Footbaths – Any skin and nail problems of the feet (athletes foot, ringworm, etc.)
  • Compress – When rubbing is not appropriate, this is another way of applying urine on the skin.
  • Hair- and scalp massage – Renders the hair soft and clean. Sometimes stimulates new hair growth.



~ by cloudslikemountains on June 18, 2013.

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