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Whatever you want to call it, the practice of drinking urine goes back millennia. Known today as urine therapy, urophagia, or urotherapy, the medicinal use of urine is still practiced in some parts of the world. Reports dating back to ancient Rome, Greece, and Egypt suggest that urine therapy has been used to treat everything from acne to cancer.
Maybe this comes as a surprise to some people, but you really shouldn't drink your dog's pee. Or anyone's pee, for that matter. Then, with the swagger of someone about to shotgun a beer, she shakes her hair back and drinks the fresh, warm urine.
It's not called piss, but that is a slang term for alcohol, at least in Australia. For example, "he looks so pissed drunk ", or "out on the piss out drinking ". But I don't know why they call it that. Maybe because some cheap wine really tastes like urine or maybe because alcohol makes you makes you wanna pee a lot
Claims that the stuff can cure minor illnesses, detox your body, and even cure cancer are not a new phenomenon. Rain believes that drinking your own pee contains many health benefits because it's "the best form of vitamins and nutrients that you can possibly take in. The self-confessed "breastfeeding raw vegan hippie" says that she practices 'urine therapy' which doesn't just involving drinking pee, but smearing it on your face too.
It is difficult, as with a lot of the posts, to tell whether this one is sincere. But the vast majority of them seem to be, as do the group's 6, thirsty members. In the Facebook description, the group says that urine therapy UT "opens the doors of your soul, healing every part of your being.
Armstrong, published infeaturing the thoughts of two experts, Major C. Fraser Mackenzie and Dr. Here is an ancient way, in the Ayurveda, the urine therapy was put-forward for us but not yet accepted by the society as it deserved.
You don't need to be a scientist to see the toilet queues on a Saturday nightor at an eventto make the link between drinking alcohol and the need to pee. So why exactly does drinking alcohol make us need to pee more than when we drink soft drinks or water? Alcohol also reduces the production of a hormone called vasopressin, which tells your kidneys to reabsorb water rather than flush it out through the bladder.
Shocked onlookers filmed the topless pee-pincher, wearing a leather choker around his neck, lurking by open-air toilets in Amsterdam on Sunday. Footage shows him hovering around urinals where he had strategically placed plastic cups to collect urine as others relieved themselves. As they finish up, the straight-faced man springs into action, swooping to collect the cups before someone else moves in.
Urophagia is the consumption of urine. Urine was used in several ancient cultures for various health, healing, and cosmetic purposes; urine drinking is still practiced today, though there is no proven health benefit to it. In extreme cases, people drink urine if no other potable fluid is available, although numerous credible sources including the US Army Field Manual advise against it. Urine is also consumed as a sexual activity.