I've been practicing urine therapy on a daily basis for more than two years, and I was diagnosed with diabetes a year ago.
"Everyone is different - different constitution
and condition, different diet, different health of organs, different dose and
time of drinking urine. Of course UT will help one person with an ailment but
May you have the causes of good health."
I agree with that. But show me one person in the United States who has cured or controlled diabetes with urine therapy. I haven't used it daily for over two years without major benefits, I am just saying that it neither cures nor controls diabetes. You can make the above statements all day long, but until you can show me people who have cured diabetes wit UT, I'm not a believer.
what are your medications and what did you observe in your 2 years of Urine Therapy."
I take no medications for diabetes. I control it with diet alone.
For more than five years prior to beginning UT I was required to go to my dermatologist every six months to have "pre-melanoma" spots burned off my scalp with liquid nitrogen. Then during the pre UT time I also developed pre-cancer on my lips. All of this was caused by ultraviolet/sun. I visited my dermatologist about four months after beginning UT, where I ingest 1 1/2 to 3 cups a day. At that time she remarked how much better my scalp was, and my lips too. Then on my next visit - six months later (10 months after beginning UT) she could find no pre-cancer on either my scalp or my lips and told me "don't come back unless you get sores" - and I haven't. During my first visit with her after UT I told her what I was doing and she told me that an Indian premier drank his own urine and lived to be 100. (She is from India.) I don't say that I have cured cancer with UT, but I sure cured pre-cancer as diagnosed both before and after by an MD dermatologist.
Within two weeks of starting UT, my athlete's foot fungus of more than 60 years of never diminishing - regardless of treatment which included oral meds and toenail removal (which grew back) - disappeared completely. I still have athlete's foot over the counter stuff sitting around that I have used in more than two years.
I have glaucoma and my eye pressure became reduced after UT. I tried to go without meds for that, but my eye pressure was in the 21-23 range on UT only, so I went back. However, that is much better than the 43 pressure that I had on first diagnosis. I am no longer sensitive to light at night, particularly when turning on a light. That is something that was a lifelong problem that cleared up with UT.
There have been other things too, but I can't remember them all. The above items are the major ones and will keep me on UT for the rest of my life.
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