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Drink your own urine? There is a Facebook group available. Two, balanced news



Owe do not benefit from being part of a social network with more than a billion members: thousands of people will share this "one in a million" interest. Facebook is a haven for those who have rare diseases or areas of interest; one able to support two separate groups of more than 5,000 proponents of "urine therapy".

It is an ancient folk remedy for bathing, washing, and yes, you drink your own pastry to "cleanse your body and remove the disease". Groups that have recently hit wider internet thanks to screenshots by exhausting to Reddit and Twitter, we are doing lots of enthusiastic claims about the effectiveness of urine in treating all kinds of diseases.

"Does it work? Better than you can imagine!" Says the home page of the 4,981-member Urinary Therapy group. Another group, "Urinary Therapy: REAL UNIVERSAL REMEDY" (6,674 members), further says that "opens the door of your soul and heals every part of your being" – but without urgent caution. "Use the knowledge you gain here wisely," he warns. "If you decide to allow it, it can change your life."

It's hard to imagine how regular washing in your dishwasher will not change your life – just by releasing huge pieces of your social calendar.

Groups are full of tips for those who want to speed up their therapy even with a drink ("the middle stream of first morning urine is the most important drink of the day"), indicating urinary drops, cheeks or sips; urine slipping for 20 to 30 minutes or urine aging (concentration of effects).

The community expanded into Instagram, where advocates alternated alternately with noble figures of stone jugs containing carrots and celery, the juicy characters of others that contained piss.

There is no scientific evidence to support the practice that exists today as a hybrid of Indian folk medicine and pseudo-national sciences supported by John W Armstrong in the 1940s. One of the bases for his book, The Water of Life, was literally a literal interpretation of Proverbs 5:15: "Drink water from your own tank and running water from your own well."

Far from us we go against the word of God and the Facebook groups, but do not do it. Leave the water in the tank. Now we have cocks.


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