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No clear 'golden' rule on mixing UT with allopathic medicines or not
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No clear 'golden' rule on mixing UT with allopathic medicines or not

This seems to be a central area of concern in UT, and an ongoing (Uh-Oh, pardon the word)debate. The question though, is not whether UT *is* of value, but how it might combine with medicines. There must be many who are feeling very close to trying this, either through a growing sense of desperation, or an intuitive nudge toward wholeness and AWAY from the state of fear that can build, from from an ever-increasing reliance on prescribed "treatments".

(note: I am not taking any medicines, and feel very lucky, while almost everyone I know is slowly succumbing to being prescribed something, and at the same time, losing touch with their own powers of intuition: something I believe UT can remedy!)

I think most would agree ( even many caring MDs, if silently! )the so-called "side-effects" of medicines do as much harm as any good the drugs might (mechanistically) do, toward anything more than 'managing' the case. It's a frightening thing, I think, for people to acknowledge that might be so, especially if they have somehow opted to go the allopathic route.(or feel they've had no choice) No judgment intended -- rather, it would be great if this thread can present an array of opinions, fact, studies (?) anecdotal accounts...inspiration...

whatever might help someone to reclaim their own power in regaining wholeness.
(health) and find the confidence to begin UT. Maybe even while still coming 'off' medications. I've heard good things about reversing diabetes, and on and on...
so it seems it is possible to stop taking medications; I thought this subject would be a good one to discuss.

-- I'm sorry to have to say this, but thought I had better add: I do not feel this thread belongs in the debate forum, since its intent is nothing but enthusiastic and supportive.


This is excepted from "Shirley's Wellness cafe", where there is lots to read,
as others have also posted.

Urine Therapy and Medication (allopathic drugs)

There are differences of opinions:

"It is generally not recommended to combine urine therapy with the use of (prescribed) chemical, allopathic medicines or recreational drugs. The combination may be dangerous to your health. If you are taking any form of allopathic medicine, begin with the external application (urine massage) until you are free of all medication, if possible. If it is not possible or safe to stop the use of certain medicines, start with taking a few drops of urine internally or use a homeopathic tincture or gently rub fresh urine into the acupressure points of your ears. Keep looking and feeling very carefully how you and your body are reacting on the treatment. When suffering from a serious illness or, generally, when in doubt, consult a good natural doctor."

This from Martin Lara author of "Uropathy" p.155 "Although I don't recommend mixing medicines with urine therapy, there have been cases of individuals who were very ill at home or in a hospital--some dying of AIDS, cancer and other diseases -- who wer receiving chemotherapy when they decided to s tart using their urine. These people had nothing to loose and they took a chance by drinking their urine while they were taking medications. In these cases, something truly amazing happened: urine seemed to be such a powerful stimulant to the immune system that medications were completely neutralized and expelled from the body in a matter of days. These individuals reported miraculous improvement over a few days. The headaches, pains in the body, diarrhea, vomiting, lack of appetite and physical decay afflicting them usually improved in a few days. And simultaneously, these people developed a tremendous appetite. These people stated that they felt an immediate improvement when they started using their urine. In many cases they recovered so quickly that their doctors were completely baffled. In a few days they went home where they could resume their sleeping habits and take control of their health and their lives. After going home, several individuals gained as much as 25 pounds within a month of practicing uropathy, eating better food and taking good care of themselves. I really don't know how each person will react and I ask that you be very careful before making a decision with respect to medications."



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