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    Due to my schedule, I don't have enough time to watch the whole video in one sitting (2 hours.)

    So I'm just writing this from off the top of my head. I know that some people use urea cream, also known as carbamide-containing cream, to treat psoriasis and dermatitis, etc. The level of urea used in the cream preparation varies and may be as high as 52%. It depends on the brand of the medicine.

    Some clients tell me that they often choose the "home remedy option" by applying directly to the skin. As I advise them, if you buy a medical preparation from the chemist, then you can see how much urea has been used. It's harder to work out that sort of percentage and quantity in the home setting.

    I've also heard of people claiming to use urine to treat jellyfish stings. That worries me because if the urine is high in sodium, then it is possible for the sodium to activate the stingers from the jellyfish.

    I'm also aware that there is bacteria that lines the ureters in the same way that there is bacteria that lines the digestive system.

    Sorry about the brevity, just writing this on the spur of the moment.
     
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    Urine is very anti bacterial, it will kill all bacteria.

    The amount of urea is just right for you, its very very good for the skin in all situations

    its good for jelly fish stings, and any snake bite or any toxicity

    I now drink all my urine every day, the effects are amazing

    Im just trying to figure out if there is a spiritual side to it, did Jehovah intend us to drink it?

    Did Jesus drink it on his 40 day fast in the desert.

    He just got baptised, then all his previous memories came back to him.

    I imagine he said something polite to John the baptist, then climbed out of the river, must have picked up his clothes and maybe a animal skin water jug or something, then went into the wilderness for 40 days.

    I think he drank his out living waters.
     
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    I would't be too quick to agree, to what you propose. Considering there are other views that seem to say it is harmful. Not out to change your view, if you enjoy drinking it than that's fine. I drink noni juice which is supposed to be good for you too, but it's ghastly to taste. Whether it does all the things they say it does is another thing.
    https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2014/10/why-you-definitely-shouldnt-drink-your-own-pee/

    Cheers! here's to your pee!
     

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