Your Own Perfect Medicine by Martha M Christy

So, what is this mystery miracle medicine and why don’t any of us know anything about it? If the body really does product such an amazing substance, and doctors and scientists have used it to heal people, where are the news reports, the accolades, the commercials, the media hype?

You want to know the answer? Then prepare yourself by first opening your mind. Let go of your initial disbelief and misconceptions and get ready for the best kept secret in medical history…

This extraordinary miracle medicine that numerous doctors, researchers and hundreds of people have used for healing is…. HUMAN URINE!

Surprised? Now before you scream “I don’t believe it” and slam this book shut, consider this: Whether you know it or not, you’ve already reused and re-ingested your urine – large amounts of it for a long period of time, and it’s one of the reasons you are alive today.

As medical researchers have discovered:

“Urine is the main component of the amniotic fluid that bathes the human fetus. Normally the baby ‘breathes’ this urine-filled amniotic fluid into its lungs. If the urinary tract is blocked, the fetus does not produce the fluid, and without it, the lungs do not develop.”

~ New York Times Medical Section, August 16th, 1988

This is a fact that probably none of you without a medical background know, but the reality is, that urine is absolutely vital to your body’s functioning and the internal and external applications of urine have proven medical ramifications far beyond anything that we, the general public, can imagine.

It doesn’t matter how violent your reaction or how strong your disbelief may be, by the time you finish reading this book you will be utterly convinced and astounded by what the medical community hasn’t told us about this incredible, but almost publicly unrecognised natural medicine.

What amazes people most when they first hear about the medical use of urine is that they’ve never heard of it. To the vast majority of mankind, urine is nothing more than a somewhat repugnant “waste” that the body has to excrete in order to function.

But as you’ll discover, urine is not a waste product of the body, but rather, an extraordinarily valuable physiological substance that has been shown throughout the history of medical science right up until today to have profound medical uses that most of us know absolutely nothing about.

One of the first things we need to clear up is the common perception of urine – urine is not what you think it is. As a matter of fact you probably have no idea what urine is and how your body makes it.

In reality, urine is not, as most believe, the excess water from food and liquids that go through the intestines and is ejected from the body. I know that we generally think of urine in just this way – you eat and drink, the intestines “wring” out the good stuff in the food, and the urine is the left-over, dirty waste water that your body doesn’t want, so it should never, ever be reintroduced back into the body in any form – right? Wrong.

No matter how popular a conception this commonly shared scenario may be, it just isn’t true. Urine is not made in your intestines. Urine is made in and by your kidneys. So, what does this mean and why should it change the way you feel about urine?

In layman’s language, this is how and why urine is made in the body: When you eat, the food you ingest is eventually broken down in the stomach and the intestines into extremely small molecules. These molecules are absorbed into tiny tubules in the intestinal wall and then pass through these tubes into the bloodstream.

The blood circulates throughout your body circulated these blood molecules and other nutrients, along with critical immune defence and regulating elements such as red and white blood cells, antibodies, plasma, microscopic proteins, hormones, enzymes, etc., which are all manufactured at different locations in the body. The blood continually distributes its load of life-sustaining elements throughout the body, nourishing every cell and protecting the body from disease.

As it flows throughout the body, this nutrient-filled blood passes through the liver where toxins are removed and later excreted from the body in the form of solid waste. Eventually, this purified, “cleaned” blood makes its way to the kidneys.

When the blood enters the kidneys it is filtered through an immensely complex and intricate system of minute tubules called nephron through which the blood is literally “squeezed” at high pressure.

This filtering process removes excess amounts of water, salts and other elements in your blood that your body does not need at the time.

These excess elements are collected within the kidney in the form of a purified , sterile, watery solution called urine. Many of the constituents of this filtered watery solution , or urine, are then reabsorbed by the nephron and delivered back into the bloodstream. The remainder of the urine passes out of the kidneys into the bladder and is then excreted from the body.

So, you say, the body’s gotten rid of this stuff for a reason – so why would we want to use it again? And here’s the catch: The function of the kidneys is to keep the various elements in your blood balanced. The kidneys do not filter out important elements in the blood because those elements in themselves are toxic or poisonous or bad for the body, but simply because the body did not need that particular concentration of that element at the time it was excreted.

And medical researchers have discovered that many of the elements of the blood that are found in urine have enormous medicinal value, and when they are reintroduced into the body, they boost the body’s immune defences and stimulate healing in a way that nothing else does.

As medical research has revealed:

“One of the most important functions of the kidney is the excrete material and substances for which the body has no immediate need…”

~ Urinalysis in Clinical and Laboratory Practice

For instance, the kidneys filter out water and sodium from the blood into the urine. Are water and sodium toxic? Of course not, they’re both vital, life-sustaining elements without which your body cannot function. But both elements could be lethal if there were too much sodium or water in your blood.

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