There are loads and loads of supposed tips and tricks to keep you healthy and extend your life, but the practice that this woman follows has got to be one of the weirder ones we’ve featured.
33 year old Kayleigh was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease – an autoimmune condition which causes an under-active thyroid – when she was 15 and has struggled with illness ever since, but after she started drinking her own urine every day she noticed a distinct improvement in her lifestyle:
It was almost instant.
Drinking urine can’t harm you and I view it as a medicine. We don’t think twice about taking drugs bought over the counter, with side-effects, yet urine has no side-effects and it works really well.
A lot of expensive skin brands contain urea, which is excreted in urine, so I have also got a really expensive product for free.
I heard that urine can reset the immune system, promote general good health, and is good for the skin.
It is also an ancient yogic technique, so thought I would give it a go.
I had an extreme amount of energy, it was amazing.
I have never been horrified by the thought of drinking it and my friends and family accept what I do. We are conditioned to think drinking urine is unclean, but it’s just a sterile filtration of the blood.
Urine works really well to clear your skin up. If you have any hormonal issues with it. So, I use it as a moisturiser, just putting some on a cotton wool and popping it on my skin before I jump in the shower. It moisturises and helps exfoliate too.
We are exposed to so many external environmental toxins, if you have ill-health it’s about trying to find a more natural health to improve it.
Now I need less sleep and wake up naturally at 5am without an alarm. A combination of my diet and yoga practice, as well as drinking urine every day, has helped to cure me.
I mean that’s great for her but there’s no way that I’m going around drinking my own piss. Thanks but no thanks, hope you live a long a healthy life but it’s a big no from me. See ya.
For more human urine, check out these aggressive goats that are addicted to it. Guess them and Kayleigh would get on well.