Self-urination is the latest health fever


If you think it's hard to sip a glass of green juice, you'll be surprised by the latest healthy drinks. Urinary therapy is a traditional treatment method, including one's own urine, which is being accepted by healthy people who are leading the trend. But will many of us swap our milkshakes for our urinals?


The latest health trend is that people drink their own urine! (Photo: someone 25/istock/getty image s)

" Urinary therapy is a traditional method of treatment, using urine to massage skin, gums or drink urine, " Terry Wahls, a functional medicine doctor, explained to mind body green. Yes, people, drink urine. This approach has been welcomed by celebrities, models, health gurus and billionaires, including Katha and Madonna, who urinate with their feet in the shower to help solve athletes'foot problems. Drinking urine is more specifically called uremia, and some people even use it to treat cancer.

According to Amy shah, Ph.D., of functional medicine, the trend toward drinking urine is nothing new. & She told MBG that urine therapy was used in ancient times as a tonic and antidote for infections, and she added that urine therapy was also described as a spiritual practice in Ayurveda.

Dr. Will Cole admits that drinking urine has its scientific logic because it consists of 95% water, 2.5% urea and 2.5% salt, enzymes, hormones and minerals. He even referred to a 1997 study that showed that urinary therapy helped boost antibody production and thus help fight cancer. How does urination taste? In a recent article by Marie Claire, Anita Bhagwandas decided to indulge in her own urine. She said that urination was not as bad as you thought. & "A little sweet, a little salty," she wrote. & Think of a margarita. It's been in the sun too long and it's on the brink of putrefaction. & Quote; Delicious.


Although all this makes you thirsty, you may want to wait for a while before you start pouring out a glass of urine every day. Although warm yellow drinks are unlikely to cause harm if consumed in small quantities, there is not much scientific evidence to support their benefits. There is a misunderstanding that urine can be used as a long-term substitute for water for the purpose of rehydration. In fact, some people can only drink one or two more days. The Army Field Survival, Avoidance and Recovery Manual even lists it as "Don't Drink" items, as well as sea water and blood.

Dr. Zaki Almallah, urological consultant at the Bmi Monastery Hospital in Birmingham, told Marie Claire. & The kidneys filter blood and excess fluids, salts and minerals out. The purpose of urination is to remove excess urine from the body. Why do you want to reabsorb it? & quot;

Although some people may prove that it's good for health, the author of Marie Claire spent a whole week drinking her own urine two or three times a day, but disagreed with the results. & "I know it's non-toxic, but I also know that I don't see enough benefits to continue using it," she concluded, adding that topical use helps clear acne.

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