Urine Therapy, the p`energy of life and longevity!
Cup of pee anyone? No, not tea, pee. Could pee really be the great elixir of life, youth and vitality?
Called by some, ( Dasai Cola), after Morarji Dasai the former prime minister of India. Mr. Dasai lived to just a few months shy of 100 years old, and said on a televised interview that the reason for his long life and good health was due to urine therapy and his drinking eight ounces of his own urine every morning as described in the Hindu religious text and followed by many yoga masters for thousands of years.
It is easy to discount urine therapy until you realize that there is overwhelming anecdotal evidence along with a surprising amount of scientific studies. Renowned Institutes in India, China, Japan, Italy, Greece and even Germany and America have found strong evidence to support the use of urine therapy.
When some Japanese doctors were attending a medical conference in America and were questioned about this urotherapy, they found it surprising that it would be so easily rejected by that group with all the case studies which they had carefully participated in.
In America, one Dr. who was formerly a professor at one College of Medicine, founded a Research Institute. He found "peptides" in the blood which he later found to have anti-cancer properties. He then went on to find that these peptides were also in urine.
Through great research which included working with a Japanese Institute, he began using a therapy protocol that included urine therapy. For several years he had great success treating cancer patients and after an astounding year in the 1980`s he was asked to do a television interview on a major network. On this nationally televised program he ridiculed mainstream medicine and pharmacology for being to rigid and profit driven to make use of such therapies that had little or no monetary value but that had great therapeutic value to the patient.
Soon after that interview he was attacked by the government and brought up on serious charges. Every couple of years they would bring up new charges and every time he would win the court cases. One of the biggest reasons for his victories in court was that the government would accuse him of making unsubstantiated claims, but he would then bring hundreds of patients that would testify how they were helped and even cured. Because of the many testimonies he won every time. But had he lost, he could have been sent to prison for many years. If he had been found guilty of even one of the charges he would have lost his license to practice and would have been forced to shut down.
Finally after more than a decade of battling the government they stopped bringing charges, but only after depleting the DR. of all his savings. It took years to recover from that. But he is only one story among many. And it is not only the government in America. In Europe some have been attacked and all over the world there is a general sense of shame just to talk about this therapy.
E.V. Danoplulas, a Professor of Internal Medicine in Athens, Greece used urine therapy successfully for the treatment of liver cancer and prevention of the development of secondary tumors. With such success he was delighted to publish the results of his many case studies. To his great surprise he was immediately ridiculed and discredited and eventually was forced into retirement.
Dr. Ryoichi Nakao of Japan who was trained as a M.D. both in the west and the east was severely reprimanded and ridiculed by his colleagues for his insistence on the efficacy of urine therapy. In Japan a prevailing business practice is based on the saying, "the nail that sticks up will be hammered down".
Dr. Nakao M.D. was a big nail that stuck way up and every attempt was made to hammer him down. The medical establishment tried to discredit and shame him,(honor is of great importance in Japanese culture and to shame ones honor is very serious). But Dr. Nakao didn`t give in to the attacks and went on to be the founder of "The Miracle Cup of Liquid Institute".
This research institute went on to have thousands of successful case studies in the treatment of cancer and other serious illness`s. Dr. Nakao`s efforts were finally recognized, and in 1996 the World Conference of Urine Therapy was established. Men and women of medicine and science from around the world who explore the many uses of urine therapy come together every three years to share and compare results.
People like Dr. Ryoichi Nakao and Dr. Ryosuke Kimura M.D. who have helped numerous patients through "The Miracle Cup of Liquid Institute" in Japan continues to mount up the evidence of the efficacy of this therapy. More than two million Japanese follow urine therapy by drinking half a liter to one liter or more of their own urine everyday.
Dr. John Wynhousen of the U.S.A. lost his license to practice for advocating to drink urine, but chose to continue advocating this practice because of the profound results he witnessed. Dr. Schaller of France, and Dr. Lutz Riedel of Germany are just a few more examples of real people of medicine and science using this therapy. Also through Institutes in India, China and even in Europe and America more and more is being learned about the uses of urine.
Already, pharmaceutical companies are using the urea in urine for expensive anti-aging creams in Europe and is a common component is the newest brands of anti-aging cosmetics. In America many components are used in anti- blood clotting drugs and cancer treatment drugs.
Melatonin now out sells aspirin in some parts of the U.S.A. and is a plentiful component in morning urine. An Italian pharmaceutical company isolated urea a major component in urine which is now used in "perganal", a major fertility drug that has close to a billion dollars a year in sales.
Urokinase is an enzyme found in urine and scientist found that this enzyme strengthens the blood stream and coronary arteries. Now the pharmaceutical companies make a synthetic form of this enzyme and markets it as a great creation of modern medicine and a miracle blood clot dis- solver for unblocking coronary arteries. Did they make it better... or was there another motive involved,($$$)?
Even though the natural and synthetic compounds that mimic the natural compounds are used in such drugs, these companies will still say that urine is either totally bad for you or at the least has no clinical use. But then if you had a business that you could make billions and billions of dollars from the sales of a synthetic patented chemical or tell a patient that they can drink their own pee for free, which would you do? read full article here