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Urine Therapy: Nature's Elixir for Good Health Paperback – May 1, 1999
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After having read Martha Christy and Coen van der Kroon on Urine Therapy, I had high hopes for the present book but must confess myself disappointed. Whereas the former two writers address themselves to mature adults of average intelligence, Peschek-Bohmer's book seems intended for readers of a mental age of about ten or twelve, or infantile adults who are unamenable to reason and who need to be taken by the hand and jollied along at every step.
Her very short book, which can be read in an hour or two, breaks down into two parts. The first 50 pages are taken up with rather superficial introductory material in which the reader is given a wholly false idea of the kidneys, and in which absolutely NOTHING is said about the remarkable constituents of urine - its many hormones, vitamins, enzymes, minerals, proteins, etc., - although she finally does get around to mentioning Melatonin (a powerful natural tranquillizer) on page 147. The book also seems to me to be highly misleading on other essential matters.
Not only that, but throughout the book there are constant reminders of the need to consult a "medical professional" of one sort or another, when the whole aim of Urine Therapy is to free us from our dependence upon such people, most of whom have a proven track record of failure.Read more ›
Well, it turns out the instincts of that toddler were right on the mark. This book will explain how the delicious nectar that your stupid, stupid, poorly-designed kidneys try to expel from your body can actually be used to cure everything from AIDS to Zinc toxicity! I was about to go into chemotherapy for so-called "lymphoma", like a rube who believed in elitist medical "science", and thank God this book helped prevent me from making such a terrible mistake. Now I'm on the path to perfect health, and embracing my micturition is the gold-coated road that leads me there.
Now you might think: why would I need this book if I already know that pee can do basically everything? Ah, but there's so much more to it. By myself I could only imagine bathing in pee, brushing my teeth with pee, and drinking several gallons of pee per day. But there are worlds of ways to put pee back inside your body (take THAT, kidneys!) that I could not have even imagined. Pee enemas! Animal pee! Pee facial injections! (Talk about botox that works!) And the chapter on health benefits for young children is ESSENTIAL. Before you finish this book, you'll be drowning your baby in a torrent of your own piss, and why not? The family that pees together, bees together! (Er, I mean, like 'to be', not like the flying insects.)
So do yourself a favor and pick up this miracle manual and start reaping the benefits, TODAY. It's time to say "so long" to Big Kidney, and "hello there!" to that magical salty yellow genital juice that even little babies know is worth a taste. (Hint, hint: that's why they spray it at you when changing their diapers!) Five stars, only because there's no option for six.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Totally different concept. Only half way through the book. So far, so good, but not fully convinced yet.Published 4 months ago by Mary S.
Not sure about all the drinking bit but will try the external therapy for now.Published 6 months ago by Mona leigh
Not as interesting as I thought. Could have simply been subject matter!Published 18 months ago by L. Davis