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How to Do It
Very briefly, here are two main ways that are suggested to do urine therapy. This is in no way a complete discussion of how to use the therapy, but simply an introduction.
1) Use your own urine in a homeopathic fashion.
First, collect midstream urine in a clean cup or container. This should be a clean catch, meaning the genital area (important for women in particular) has been cleaned beforehand. To 1/6 ounce of distilled water in a sterile bottle, add one drop of fresh urine. Cap and shake 50 times. Take one drop of this mix and add to another 1/6 ounce of distilled water and shake 50 times. Take one drop of this mix and add to 1/6 oz. of 80 to 90 proof vodka which acts as a preservative.
Place three drops under the tongue hourly until there is obvious improvement or temporary exacerbation of symptoms. As improvement progresses, lengthen the interval between treatments. After 3 days, suspend treatment to avoid pushing the immune system. Treatment is resumed if progress remains static or relapse occurs.
In a small bottle with a dropper mix and shake well:
2 drops of urine
1 tablespoon of water, or juice, or liquor or a mixture of the above
Then apply 4 drops of the mixture under the tongue every 2 hours
When sick or anytime you feel that your health is compromised. This is a great alternative for anyone who is allergic to antibiotics or doesn't want to use them.
greensparrow on 2006-09-14
sajjadakram635 last decade
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