Auto Urine Therapy

    urine therapy

  • B. Bartnett and M. Adelman. The Miracles of Urine-Therapy. Margate, Fla.: Lifestyle Institute, 1987.
  • In alternative medicine, the term urine therapy (also urotherapy, urinotherapy or uropathy) refers to various applications of human urine for medicinal or cosmetic purposes, including drinking of one’s own urine and massaging one’s skin with one’s own urine.
  • (amaroli, auto-urine-therapy, shivambu kalpa, uropathy): Subject of The Water of Life (1937), by English urine therapist John W. Armstrong, The Golden Fountain: The Complete Guide to Urine Therapy(Scottsdale, Ariz.: TriMedica Inc., 1996), by Coen van der Kroon, and many other books.

    auto

  • car: a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; “he needs a car to get to work”
  • Auto is a sub-genre of Dramatic Literature. It has its origin in the Middle Ages, in Spain, by the 12th century. In Portugal, in the 16th century, Gil Vicente is the main author of this type of dramatic genre. Luis de Camoes and Dom Francisco Manuel de Mello also adopted this form of writing.
  • Oram Po is a Tamil comedy film starring Arya and Pooja. The film, directed by the debutant duo, Pushkar-Gayatri, is produced by V. Palanivel and A.C. Anandan for A.P. Film Garden. G. V. Prakash Kumar of Veyyil fame is the music director.
  • An automobile

auto urine therapy

auto urine therapy – Uropathy: The

Uropathy: The Most Powerful Holistic Therapy
Uropathy: The Most Powerful Holistic Therapy
?Uropathy, the most powerful holistic therapy is an advanced treatise on auto-therapeutic remedies including all there is to know about urine therapy. This book takes the reader through a path of self discovery that helps each person understand how the body functions and the long process that leads to disease. The author presents a unique prospective on how the body fight disease on its own and how each of us can support and enhance the bodys own healing instinct with ingeniously clever suggestions on how to become the bodys own assistant. With remarkable simplicity Martin Lara describes the difference between malnutrition and microbial diseases so that you can focus on eliminating the actual problems instead of wasting time with the myriad of symptoms. Though the author is not a physician he has been able to save many lives and improve the health of thousands of people all over the wold with simple suggestions that cost very little money and are extremely effective to fight malnutrition diseases and all types of viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections including those caused by antibiotic resistant bacteria.

Hospital food

Hospital food
Funnily enough, I wasn’t hungry.
A recent incident with my bladder landed me in hospital needing emergency surgery. I was lucky, the surgery went well and I was home a few days later. Photography is my therapy and documenting in a ‘photo-diary’ is the best way for me to deal and cope.
Non of these images a ‘gory’ but I hope they communicate the stress and worry events like these cause.

Coffee I couldn't drink

Coffee I couldn't drink
Coffee I threw up. Revolting.
A recent incident with my bladder landed me in hospital needing emergency surgery. I was lucky, the surgery went well and I was home a few days later. Photography is my therapy and documenting in a ‘photo-diary’ is the best way for me to deal and cope.
Non of these images a ‘gory’ but I hope they communicate the stress and worry events like these cause.

auto urine therapy

The Water of Life: A Treatise on Urine Therapy
In this revolutionary treatise, J.W. Armstrong puts the compelling case that all diseases (except those caused by traumatism or structural disorders) can be cured by one simple means. The therapy is an entirely drugless system of healing that treats the body as a whole. Moreover, the only ingredient needed is a substance manufactured in the body itself, rich in mineral salts, hormones and other vital substances, namely human urine. It may seem strange to take back into the body something that the body is apparently discarding. Yet the theory is similar to the natural practice of organic composting. Fallen leaves, when dug back into the soil, provide valuable mineral salts to nourish new plant life. The same principle holds true for the human body.

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