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  • Paperback: 221 pages
  • Publisher: Wishland; 3rd edition (May 1, 1996)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0963209116
  • ISBN-13: 978-0963209115
  • Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 8.6 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,593 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"If you buy only one health book this year, this is the book you should get. It outlines a therapy that can be used by anyone, anywhere, for practically any complaint known. I can't recommend this book highly enough. The information you'll learn can be applied for the rest of your life." -- Dr. David G. Williams, Alternative Health Newsletter

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It's the most astounding proven natural cure that medical science has ever discovered-and yet none of the incredible research findings on this incomparable natural medicine have ever been revealed to the public! Now, for the first time ever, learn to use this simple method and read about the startling and amazing medical cures that prestigious researchers and doctors themselves have witnessed in clinical use of this inexpensive, incredibly effective yet virtually unknown natural medicine. You owe it to yourself to permanently change your health for the better with the most proven, simplest natural cure in existence-Your Own Perfect Medicine!

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This book is very informative for those who are curious or interested in practicing UT.
L. DelRey
I have read hundreds of books on healing and I tell people this is one of my favorite healing books.
Chaffee Cline
Martha Christy also recommends plenty of rest, and urine seems to be a great normalizer.
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233 of 238 people found the following review helpful By godsend@gte.net on October 23, 1998
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I had previously read John Armstrong's "Water of Life" and had tried drinking my own urine 20 years ago. Now comes Martha Christy's excellent review of the scientifically-proven and medically-documented studies showing how drinking one's own urine can be highly therapeutic, even in the most difficult cases. Urine therapy has historical roots in ancient Egypt, ancient China, ancient India, and even in this century, there have been hundreds of medical studies (even doctors who injected it directly into the blood, apparently because the taste was too objectionable). The main theory is that it helps build immunity to disease, much like a vaccination. Martha Christy goes into all of this, and focuses on its use as a cosmetic, among other things. She recommends starting off with just a few drops, applied topically to the skin. Urine is helpful for acne, eczema, psoriasis, ringworm, sores, fungal infections, insect bites, snake bites, wounds, burns, and abrasions. It is a rich source of hormones, especially DHEA and melatonin, and of all the sex hormones. It is also a rich source of enzymes, and vitamins and minerals. It contains vitamin C, vitamin B-12, B-6, and other vitamins, and many minerals. It is fresh, raw, and alive, and totally free (to say the least). No wonder the general medical profession doesn't know more about it - - there's no money in it for doctors or for pharmaceutical companies (although there are many pharmaceutical preparations, moisturizing lotions, etc, which derive from urine). Urine is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-biotic. It is used in cases of AIDS (only AIDS anti-bodies in urine); cancer; fatigue; anemia; all sorts of kidney diseases, for weight-loss, colds and flu, candida, diabetes, digestive problems, etc, etc, etc.Read more ›
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194 of 200 people found the following review helpful By tepi on May 28, 2001
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All of us have fixed ideas floating around in our heads. We learned them from our parents and teachers, we picked them up from friends, acquaintances, TV, newspapers, magazines, books, movies, and so on, and they all have one thing in common: we never pause to examine them. Our usual response when such ideas crop up is to say: "Everybody knows that."
One of the most deep-seated and strongly entrenched ideas of all is the widespread notion that urine is a dirty and disgusting substance. "Everbody knows that urine is a dirty waste product," we say. We can't, of course, be blamed for thinking like this because pretty well everyone thinks the same. And our natural tendency is to automatically reject any view that conflicts with what "Everbody knows."
Most of us, for example, would probably dismiss as crazy someone who came along and said: "No. Your urine is not nasty stuff. In fact it's a precious and nourishing life-enhancing substance and quite pure, and it could be doing all kinds of good things for your mind and body if you knew how to use it wisely."
Until very recently I used to think that urine was nasty stuff too, that is until I read Martha Christy. Maybe I'm foolish but when an articulate, serious, responsible, concerned, mature and obviously intelligent person tells me something new or different, no matter how crazy it may seem, I'm inclined to listen to what they have to say and to give them the benefit of the doubt, particularly if there's some way I can test what they are saying and find out the truth for myself.
If you think about it, only two kinds of people are really qualified to tell us about urine. One is the biochemist who sits down in her lab, analyzes it, and then tells us about its constituents.
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69 of 69 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 7, 2000
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Absolutely the most valuable health book I ever bought. Theinformation in this book got me off antibiotics for chronicprostatitis. I am now convinced that human urine is definitely not what we are taught to think it is. I would urge anyone to get this book and/or any of the similar books on this subject out on the market. END
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61 of 61 people found the following review helpful By joshua gentili on June 10, 2004
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I've cured many things with urine therapy....psoriasis,huge wart on my face,flu,sore throat,fatigue,insomnia....
It's the secret doctors don't want you to know!
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48 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Cats Whiskers on May 6, 2008
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It really is easy to ignore the body's early warning system when you're busy and a bit run down from doing too much. To tell the truth I was pretty stressed actually. Being over sixty I've come to terms with the fact that the body is bound to have degenerated a bit so I tend to put the uprisings down to `age'. However shingles is not age related.

I came home from a busy day with a bit of temperature. No headache, just this pesky rash so figured I'd better investigate further. With the aid of a magnification mirror, which every female geriatric has in her armourie, I discover the blisters.

"Oh dear this is more than a heat rash my girl."

Words start tumbling through my mind, "Shingles, herpes zoster, varicella zoster, viral attack, permanent nerve damage, neuralgia, calamine lotion. Calamine lotion! Where did that come from?"

My mind takes me back to my mother's arms as her healing hands spread the salve on my chicken pox sores.

Facing the shelves of books I wake up. The book spine reads "Your Own Perfect Medicine" by Martha M Christy. I read through the night.

"I'm alone. No-one needs to know. First urine in the morning, mid stream flow only."

I collect it in an ice-cream container.

"Now what?" I pour a mug off with the intent of imbibing and drop a face washer onto the top of the remainder. It's warm. I sniff it, gag, make the decision.

"To heck with it. Desperate times, desperate measures." overrides as I take a swig.

"Hmm. With a lot of imagination it's apple juice."

I did get around to wringing out the washer, patting the wet cloth onto the burning blotches.

"Aah... relief." Childhood memories flooded in overriding all logic.
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