is an age-old practice of ancient India. Its
practitioners talk of Shivambhu, auspicious
water of Lord Shiva, and promoted it as an
inexpensive way to gain health and vitality
water from your own cistern, flowing water from your
Book of Proverbs 5:15
Urine therapy is the ancient
tantric and yogic technique which involves the use
of urine for fulfilling vajroli kriya. It is
called ‘amoroli" which comes from the Sanskrit root
word meaning immortal. It is designed to be used
with tantric kundalini to purify the body so that
consciousness may expand spiritually. Shivambhu
indicates drinking the urine of Shiva himself. The
golden urine of an advanced spiritual being was
known as "soma" and was sought after by chelas.
Devote chelas will drink the urine of their guru to
obtain some of his spiritual energy. They claim to
be spiritually uplifted by this practice.
Although it may not sound like a healthy habit,
urine drinking is finding new popularity as a health
fad among New Agers. Urine is not just a solution of
the chemicals that the body missed out on the first
time around but it also contains new organic
substances, that drinkers claim are useful. Hence
the implied benefit of recycling urine.
With research that
could fill volumes, you may be wondering why you
haven't heard of this before. Well, urine is
abundant (everyone has their own supply), it's free,
and it can't be patented.
It can be scientifically
proven that drinking urine can help with jet lag,
because of melatonin. It is also believed to
treat many skin conditions, including shingles.
It also is used to treat bodily imbalances like
hypoglycemia. You can drink it, gargle, use it
as an enema or douche, or sniff it.
Urine contains compounds that are very specific to
the individual from which it comes. It is
antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antineoplastic
(anticancer), anticonvulsive, and antispasmodic. It
is totally non-toxic.
companies have grossed billions of dollars from the
sale of drugs made from urine constituents. Research
is happening every day in labs attempting to isolate
specific elements of urine so they can create new
drugs and patent the substances. For instance,
Pergonal is a fertility drug made from human urine.
1992 sales of this drug were reported at $855
million while it costs a patient $1400 a month to
consume. Urokinase, a urine ingredient, is used in
drug form and sold as a miracle blood clot dissolver
for unblocking coronary arteries. Urea, medically
proven to be one of the best moisturizers in the
world, is packaged in expensive creams and lotions.
Take the M out of Murine eye drops and what do you
have? Yep. It's made from carbamide - another name
for synthetic urea.