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Re: does UT give constant bad smell?
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Re: does UT give constant bad smell?

Internal use? No, not that I've heard of, and there is evidence (even that I've witnessed through my own use) of it actually DECREASING Body Odor , as it purifies the blood and body.

Of course, diet plays a major role in this also, so you want to eat as healthy as possible, with lots of fresh fruits and good amounts of water (you don't want to OVER-HYDRATE though)

See Lovey's post here, and my response to it also: //

As for external use, it can leave behind a faint "pee" smell after it's dried, which gets more noticeable if it gets wet again. But "how much" it smells can range from hardly noticeable at all, to pretty noticeable... depending on the urine's concentration, pH level, general composition, and whether it's been aged or not.

But internal use shouldn't cause any adverse Body Odor , at least not from what I've heard of. HOWEVER, when starting up on UT, it can cause a temporary increase in "toxic release" or "healing crises", especially if your diet has been very poor or if you're overweight (fat cells will store toxins and then release them as the fat is burned off). This toxic release can cause negative flu-like symptoms, skin conditions (rashes, irritation), diarrhea, feeling sick, tired, lethargic, and other "toxic" reactions along those lines. I wouldn't be surprised at all if Body Odor got noticeably worse during this time, also.


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