Duration times of urine therapy
Urine, our own urine, ingested through the mouth and through the skin, and applied according to Urine Therapy is the most effective and fastest-acting therapeutic substance that exists.
The duration that I recommend of a urine therapy (for any of the therapy modes that are exposed below) is one month, regardless of the fact that the cure of a certain disease could possibly be felt in much less time.
The curative effectiveness of urine extends not only to the treatment and complete cure of practically any disease but also to the maintenance of health.
Urine therapy: urine-fast
As Armstrong does in his book, we use the expressions urine therapy and urine fasting interchangeably as synonyms. Urine therapy is thus a partial fast, with urine (supplemented with water) being the only “food” that is ingested.
In modern life, diseases as well as treatments often drag on interminably, so we can easily never be free from either disease or its treatment, which is often assumed as normal.
Quite the opposite of what happens with urine therapy, which combines its powerful and unrivaled curative effectiveness, with its also unmatched speed of action.
Quick action and effectiveness of urine therapy
The age-old use of urine, at all times and places as a therapeutic agent, has been revived and renewed in modern times by John W Armstrong, in the form of a urine therapy, his own Urine Therapy, with the publication in 1944 of his book The Water of Life, a treatise on urine therapy.
Urine, the true, authentic and unique universal panacea for the treatment of all kinds of diseases and for the maintenance of health, is that substance despised and considered a waste product by most.
The effectiveness of urine is so extraordinary that it does not take more than a few days, a month at most, to effect not only a complete cure, but also to bring us to a state of joy, spirits, euphoria and health greater than ever we had experienced.
And this, as I can testify myself following my own experience, after experiencing an almost instantaneous healing from an advanced prostate cancer with metastasis.
The prodigious effectiveness of urine is evident even when the therapy is applied in extremis and as a last resort in the most serious diseases or in patients pronounced as hopeless. Patients that may have been given up as hopeless cases either by conventional medicine or even by alternative and naturopathic medicine.
Different duration times and modalities of urine therapy
The duration of a Urine Therapy can range from a few days to a month or so.
The duration and specific modality of a urine treatment, not counting on a urine therapist to advise us or monitored by a conventional doctor through regular follow up appointments (either or both things would be highly desirable and recommended), we will have no choice but determine and regulate duration ourselves.
Shortly after starting a treatment (following one or two weeks) it may occur, and in fact it often occurs, that we may have the feeling, which can be quite right, of being completely healed from the disease that afflicted us. The feeling may not only be that of being perfectly well, but also, which may be more significant, we may find ourselves in the a greatest of spirits.
However, these psychological sensations can be misleading, so we cannot rush into thinking we have terminated a urine treatment successfully.
My recommendation is to continue with the treatment, in any case, for at least a month. A month is usually more than enough in the vast majority of cases for the urine therapy to have been able to achieve its full effect and that the complete and safe cure of our illness has occurred, with rare exceptions, which will be pointed out later.
Urine therapy modalities: urine compresses
Urine Therapy is applied basically in the same way, with very slight variations, to all diseases: ingestion of urine through the mouth and through the skin, complemented by drinking water as required.
If it is not possible to perform urine rubbings on certain areas of the skin, such as on boils, burns, wounds, lumps, swellings, or cancerous growths, urine compresses should be applied over these areas.
Urine compresses simply consist of urine-soaked cloths, cloths that are kept soaked in urine by periodically adding urine to them, preferably the patient’s own, as usual.
The application of urine compresses does not alter the fact that urine rubbings must be performed on the other non affected parts of the body. Urine rubbings and other details of urine therapy, which must applied as prescribed in the sections Application of urine therapy April 12, 2021, and Partial practices of urine therapy at all times and circumstances June 25, 2021.
In case of extreme weakness on the part of the patient, when urine rubbings cannot be applied on any part of the body, urine compresses will nevertheless be applied on different areas of the skin, particularly on the lower abdomen, genital area, chest, neck and feet.
Naturally, the contact of urine compresses with the skin should last much longer than that used in urine rubbings, from a few hours to whole days. As a matter of fact well applied urine compresses can have the same healing effect as urine rubbings.
Rigorous application of Urine Therapy: strict urine fasting
Unless otherwise indicated, when we speak of urine fast or urine therapy, we are referring to the strict modality of its application.
We will never tire of repeating that in the “classic”, rigorous and strict modality of Urine Therapy, no food is ingested, nor is any other substance used (except water, as required) other than our own urine (or from another person, if necessary), urine that is ingested both through the mouth, drinking it, and (at the same time) through our skin by rubbing.
Partial fasts of urine therapy
It may occur that a person may not be able to bear a strict fast of urine and water, in such cases a strict urine fast should be tried for as long as possible, of at least 2, 3 days or a week, to be continued (until completing at least a month or month and a half) with a partial fasting of urine therapy. That is, a urine therapy supplemented with a diet as light as possible.
Very light diet based on broths, soups or vegetables (cabbage being the most recommended and traditionally valued vegetable since the dawn of time).
Neither fruit nor fruit juices are recommended in a urine therapy partial fast. Fruit or fruit juices can contain excess sugar (with respect to urine therapy) and lack important nutrients, nutrients that can instead be provided by vegetables, soups or broths.
Intermittent urine fasts
Another possible modality of applying urine therapy, when other modalities are inconvenient due to their long duration or for any other reason, would be to practice intermittent strict or partial urine fasts, lasting 3 to 7 days, for example, interspersing periods of suspension of therapy, periods of suspension that we do not call “rest periods”, since urine therapy is eminently rest therapy.
Catarrhs and colds: effectiveness of short urine fasts.
At the first symptoms of a simple cold, many people immediately resort to taking medications to “nip the cold in the bud”. Symptoms, such as cough or a runny nose, are effectively suppressed by conventional medicine, but this does not mean the cure of the incipient disease, on the contrary, the sickness remains, it is just sweeping under the carpet.
In fact, influenza, pneumonia, bronchitis, and similar serious respiratory illnesses are often nothing more than the result of suppressing the healing processes set in motion by nature.
Far from trying to suppress catarrhal symptoms, we must congratulate ourselves for them, as nature uses these little colds to do a “house cleaning”.
Even a simple water fast, not applying urine therapy, can totally cure a cold in as little as a day or two.
Now, a simple water fast applied to catarrhs and colds, being sufficient, is not nearly as effective or ensuring a therapeutic action as practicing a brief urine therapy of only 2 or 3 days.
This “brief urine therapy” will be practiced as usual, with ingestion of urine through the mouth and partial urine rubbings over the most sensitive areas of the body, areas such as feet, navel, scrotum or vulva and labia majora (outer lips), face and forehead.
In addition, it will be specifically indicated to ingest urine through the nose, this is to “sip urine” in order for the urine to come into contact with the nasal epithelium.
Similarly to ensuring the ingestion of urine through the epithelial route, the ingestion of urine through the sublingual route (one of the areas of our body with maximum absorption capacity of substances) will be facilitated for which a little urine will simply be kept in the mouth for a short time.
WARNING! Urine therapy is FULLY effective only when strictly applied, that is, based on a urine and water fast.
Simple fasting on its own is one of the most powerful therapeutic agents out there. Both men and animals instinctively turn to fasting when they feel sick. A fast of a few days can improve even completely cure the vast majority of diseases.
When feeling sick, fasting gets our body in healing mode. Our immune system activates all the defensive resources of our body, such as antibodies. Our healing forces are directed to stop the damage, be it the healing of a wound, recovery after a food poisoning, discomfort, or the neutralization of an infection.
When what our body demands is a fast and we indulge instead in eating, what we are doing is distracting our self-healing forces in processes of digestion and assimilation.
In particular, the digestion and assimilation of proteins contained in foodstuffs require our body to expend large amounts of energy.
As if that were not enough, we tend to overeat, which adds an extra excretion effort by the digestive system (colon), liver (bile) and kidneys (urine).
Thus, the ingestion of food when our body asks us to rest and fast, disorients the defensive and immune system with the result that the disease, far from being cured, worsens, which will later require more aggressive and prolonged treatment.
It is a pity that despite the proven benefits that a small fast of just a few days can bring, it is not applied in hospital medicine as a complementary, regenerative and preparatory measure for further treatments.
As for urine therapy or urine fasting, which is what we are talking about here, the effect of fasting catapults and increases the self-healing and self-regenerative capacities of our body. Indeed, the urine fast is “more fasting” than the simple fast.
On the one hand, urine fasting is not total fasting; it is a fast that provides “food”: our urine. Our urine, which has just left our body, does not require any digesting effort. Urine, among many other elements and compounds, contains stem cells, which, as conventional medicine itself shows, once in the bloodstream, are automatically directed to the diseased areas of the body.
That is, as with simple fasting, only in an increased way, with urine fasting, all the body’s forces are focused on fighting disease and bring about healing.
The drawback of simple fasting compared to urine fasting is that it does not provide nutrients, which urine indeed does.
Fasting undoubtedly puts the body in a healing mode. Now, the curative effect of urine therapy is much superior to simple fasting, since it provides endless substances, none other than those contained in the blood, which ensures a safer regeneration of organs and tissues suffering wear and tear increased by disease.
Does urine therapy lose effectiveness when supplemented with a diet, even if it is a light one?
Undoubtedly. There is no doubt that urine by itself is a powerful healing agent, even outside of Urine Therapy procedures. In some cases and diseases, a single drop of urine ingested through the mouth can produce a complete healing effect: self-vaccination effect.
However, all the many and varied curative effects of urine are not fully displayed if the “urine fast” is partial, that is, when the urine fast (usually lasting one month) is supplemented with ingestion of food.
In what cases may urine therapy be not effective?
What we have expounded so far does not mean that with urine therapy we may be able to heal each and every ailment and sickness. Below I list some of the general cases of illnesses or conditions of patients, which may not respond to urine therapy.
- – Patients treated intensively with radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Urine therapy may not be effective in very seriously ill or terminally ill patients after having undergone intensive radiotherapy or chemotherapy treatments.
- – Rheumatoid arthritis. According to the founder of urine therapy, Armstrong, severe rheumatoid arthritis sometimes does not respond to urine therapy.
- – Type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which the immune system attacks and destroys the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas, as foreign, so the body is not able to produce insulin. It can be said that urine therapy may be ineffective against this disease, in such cases it can be treated effectively with insulin and strict diet control.