These People Say Urine Is a Miracle Medicine, But Would You Be Willing to Try This Remedy?

A lot of people will tell you that every health problem has a solution found in nature. Most of us are willing to get on board with a new diet, some kind of pill or slave, but would you be willing to test the healing powers of your own pee?

These people rub it on themselves and even drink it, and claim that they've never been better.

When most people think of urine, they think of bodily waste. They think of germs. Let's face it, most of us just think it is gross. We put it in the toilet and flush it, not wanting to ever think about it again.

But some health bloggers would warn you that you might be flushing liquid gold. Urine, they say, is a natural health booster.

Christo Dabraccio from Idaho wanted to lose some weight, have more energy and look younger. The meteorologist began researching health tips online, and he eventually stumbled upon some that shocked him: urine.

Dabraccio found out that people throughout the ages were using urine to cure diseases and reverse aging. As gross as it sounded at first, he decided to give it a try. Once he got past the ick factor, drinking urine helped him lose 30 pounds, and he feels great. "Like Superman," he says.

According to some people, urine has compounds in it that help the body fight diseases. The body can reabsorb these compounds and detoxify itself. There is a small group of people on the internet who are catching onto the urine fad.

"I heard about it online and to be honest I was immediately grossed out. But the more I researched and read testimonials, the more trust I gained," said Dabraccio. "Your pee is just a highly filtered derivative of your blood, and blood is your lifeforce, so it makes sense."

Dabraccio says that once he began drinking urine, he started to feel younger and bursting with energy. He says it has made his skin glow and has cleared his head. "It's like a fountain of youth," Dabraccio says.

The meteorologist stores all his urine and drinks about three cups per day. he also uses it to wash his face and his eyes.

When Dabraccio met painter Julia Sillaman, she told him that she was suffering severe acne. He recommended his miracle cure to Sillaman, and she was willing to give it a try.

"I remember seeing how healthy he looked and how clear his eyes were. He told me to try urine therapy for my skin," Sillaman recalls to the Daily Mail. "It didn't gross me out, I was intrigued. The day after I started massaging it into my skin, the inflammation went down and my skin smoothed out. After I started fasting, the pee stopped smelling and started tasting like coconut water."

Not only is Sillaman's acne gone, but she also lost 25 lbs.

Not everyone is on board with the claim that urine is a cure-all. "There’s no scientific evidence to support claims that drinking urine is beneficial," says an article on Healthline.com. "On the contrary, research suggests that drinking urine can introduce bacteria, toxins, and other harmful substances into your bloodstream. It can even place undue stress on your kidneys."

Source: Daily Mail
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