Urotherapy – Exploration into Urine TherapyExploration into Urine Therapy

Discover how Urine Therapy has been used as for common skin ailments, such as Acne medicine to Athletes foot, Callus Remedy even a Psoriasis treatment or a Yeast Infection remedy. Explore with us how this centuries old practice can help you stay healthy!

Urotherapy otherwise known as  urea therapy, urinotherapy, uropoty, auto-urotherapy are all different names/terms for Urine Therapy. You may have heard about amaroli or shivambu which are ancient Hindu ( or yoga style, Auto-Urine ) drinking urine rituals. Urolagnia (or urophilia, undinism) which is the practice of ingesting urine for sexual excitement, which is not considered urine therapy.

For all the urophiliacs out there know about “Liquid gold” and how the urine therapy benefits is essential for anyone seeking good health.    ( For an explanation on all terms, please check out our FAQ )

Urine Therapy

A question we often get is “Does urine therapy work ?”  It has for us and for others world-wide. But medical science and researchers claim it does help at all, one wonders if they are really seriously looking into this ancient practice of urotherapy. A remedy that one produces themselves, and no real amounts of money can be made from this practice. So no real research is being done on this subject.

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What we have found is that drinking a small amount of morning urine actually helps create a flu like symptoms in our bodies that allows the immune system to develop antibodies which help fight such ailments as colds and flues. We’ll keep exploring what other urine therapy benefits there are and post them here on Urotherapy.com .

Want to know more on a particular subject, please see our Required Reading section for suggestions on great books on urine therapy.

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Disclaimer: As with any new therapy, always check with your doctor/heath care provider/physician before starting any health regiment. This site is to provide answers to your questions to take with you to your doctor or health care provider. Please review our Terms of Service & Privacy policy.

Originally posted 2010-05-18 17:13:37.

Urinesane!

“You’re Insane!” is often the phrase I hear when I tell people that I use my UT as tooth whitening also. They cannot believe that I do that. They instead believe it’s some sick modern hippie ritual, yet it dates back to the ancient Roman & Greek times, in fact the Roman poet Catullus made references to urine being used to whiten teeth. It’s the ammonia in the urine will help whitening your teeth, of course no company will sell you urine so they have used a light bleach instead. They produce such cute little packages to sell you this bleach product.

The ancients weren’t wrong about using urine to whiten their smiles ( and their health ), after all it does work. It isn’t as effective as the bleach and all the other chemicals you’re ingesting, yet when you perform UT swishing it around in your mouth over time will improve the whiteness of your smile and often mouth health. Again, no dentist will admit that it works, mainly because there’s no revenue in it for them. There’s no product to sell you because you are essentially making your own tooth whitening product. Minus the cute little packaging..etc.

Think about it, which doctor or dentist would prescribe UT for any health related remedy. There is no money in it for them or anyone, so there won’t ever be any research being done on tooth whitening using UT or even the many health benefits of performing UT. Simply because there’s no profit, so there’s no point in doing any research what so ever on UT tooth whitening. That is why this website exists, to give you information and another point of view so you can make your own informed decision.

If you’d like to read more on a funny take on teeth whitening and some good and accurate information.

Read more:
http://www.vice.com/read/pee-in-my-mouth

http://curezone.com/forums/am.asp?i=2036070

super-bug medicines

Superbug detected in health tourists from South Asia
ABC Online
BRENDAN TREMBATH: Dr David Livermore is the director of the antibiotic resistance monitoring unit at the Health Protection Agency in North London.

Originally posted 2010-08-12 12:00:08.



Disclaimer: As with any new therapy, always check with your doctor/heath care provider/physician before starting any health regiment.
This site is to provide answers to your questions to take with you to your doctor or health care provider. Please review our Terms of Service & Privacy policy.