Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is urotherapy just a sexual type thing?
A: No urotherapy is also known as Urine Therapy, or UT there are many uses for urine. To many urotherapy is considered a daily health regiment. It can help with most common skin disorders including acne and athlete’s foot.
Urolagnia is the practice of ingesting urine for sexual excitement, it is also associated with the thought or even sight of urine.
Q: Is there more than one type of urotherapy aka UT?
A: Urine therapy,Urea therapy,urotherapy, urinotherapy are all basically the same thing just different words for a rather unpopular health treatment. Also there hasn’t been a great deal of studies done on this topic either, that is why the many different words to describe one thing. Think about it, which researcher or doctor will come forward in the public eye to announce they have found the elixir of life and it's pee.
Uropathy is usually referenced to a disease of the urinary system. But also can be used to describe Urine therapy as well.
Q: Are there any other uses for urine?
A: Urine has been used to help everything from acne to athlete's foot to name a few. Most common skin conditions can be cured or helped with the Urea in the urine. Even the softening of calluses on the feet & fingers . Some guitarists urinate on their hands to keep them soft and supple.
Q: Isn’t it just a gross, disgusting thing that people do?
A: While it isn’t the most popular thing to discuss over lunch, there are health benefits to UT. And to be honest there are a lot more grosser things in the world that humans do.
There was a great write up on the American Cancer Society (or ACS ) website about Urine Therapy. Now gone. Link removed 2015..
Q: What are the urine therapy benefits?
A: It is claimed by scientists that urine therapy can help battle cancer cells, bacteria, dysentery and gonorrhea even rabies to have a short list of what the potential can be helped or in some cases cured.
Q: Does anyone do urine therapy?
A: Yes, Some famous people have done urine therapy for their health. British actress Sarah Miles would consume urine, Major League Baseball player Moisés Alou would urinate on his hands to help soften them, even Madonna the popular singer has stated that she urinates on her feet for the cure to athlete's foot.
Recently on August 2, 2010 boxer Juan Manuel Marquez announced in a post match interview that he drinks his own urine to give him strength.
Q: Do people actually drink urine?
A: Yes, people do and have done this for centuries too. It is mostly known as Urophagia, this is the practice of drinking one’s own urine. There is also a meditation that can be done while consuming urine.
Q: I’m interested in Urine therapy, how can I consume it?
A: You can mix it with everything from orange juice to apple juice to make it more palatable. Some have even tried mixing it with pudding has been known to help.
For Acne: it can also be made into a cream or applied directly to the face let dry then wash off.
For the time of day to extract it, it is best to do this first thing in the morning, mid stream. Also this will take on any of the taste from the night before or what you consumed last.
Q: Isn’t urine harmful, after all it is a waste product.
A: Some believe that urine is a waste product, because it does remove a lot of the toxins from the body. Also a lot of vitamins are ejected from the body too, these are the left overs that the body does not need. Containing the urine helps in recapturing the lost vitamins.
If you have done a purge on yourself to remove the toxins all that is left over is a small amount of hormones and bacterial.
Q: How can UT keep me healthy?
A: With all the anti-bacterial products that are available today to keep you healthy, it has removed or slowed your body’s ability to produce anti-bodies the white blood cells to help fight bacterial. So then lately we get these “Super-bugs” that people get sicker when they get out of the hospital than when they were first admitted.
Some believe that the urine creates a flu-like symptoms that the body can then create white blood cells to help fight this temporary flu-like symptoms. This is what is believed.
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Q. I have a problem with [Insert medical condition], will UT help me rid this?
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As per our Disclaimer: As with any new therapy, always check with your doctor/heath care provider/physician before starting any health regiment. This site exists ONLY to provide answers for you to take with you to your doctor or health care provider. We do NOT provide any medical help, aid, or suggestions. We are NOT doctors or health care providers.