Urine therapy is an ancient Eastern tradition that has recently gained popularity in the West as a natural alternative to modern drugs and surgery. Using the body's own natural antibodies, it can be used internally to relieve symptoms of tuberculosis, tumours, parasites, anaemia, common colds, and allergies. It can also aid in external ailments including rashes, acne, boils, burns, and dry skin. This book provides an introduction to the principles of urine therapy, the history of its use, recent research and literature, various medical uses, and personal stories from people who have been cured by urine therapy. Included is a complete bibliography for those interested in expanding their knowledge of urine therapy through other sources.
Coen Van Der Kroon has extensively researched and documented the effects of urine therapy, and attended the first All India Conference on urine therapy.