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In the first chapter of her book Christy says that between the ages of
eighteen and thirty she was diagnosed with pelvic inflammatory disease,
ulcerative colitis, ileitis, chronic fatigue syndrome, Hashimoto's disease,
and mononucleosis. In addition to these ills, "I had severe chronic kidney
infections, two miscarriages, chronic systitis, severe candida and external
yeast infections along with serious chronic ear and sinus infections. . . .
And even though I ate almost nothing because of my extreme food allergies, I
actually kept gaining weight. . . . I had become nothing more than a walking
encyclopedia of disease."
Christy first tried to heal herself using various methods including a
nutrition regime promoted by Adelle Davis, mega-vitamin therapy, acupuncture,
chiropractic, "and every herbal preparation and drug-free natural health
therapy" she could find. She says her health started to improve, but, after a
difficult childbirth, all her old symptoms returned. She started to cure
herself once again. After that she said: "My usual herbs and homeopathic
remedies, although they gave temporary relief, seemed almost useless." For a
year she remained in bed. Even though she had health insurance, she and her
husband spent more than $100,000 of their own money on alternative therapies.
After another tumor was removed, the endometrial symptoms returned,
complicated by a yeast infection and menopausal symptoms.
Desperately ill and severely depressed, even contemplating suicide, Christy
came across a book that recommended drinking one's urine.
She gave it a try. The result was "almost instantaneous relief" from her
symptoms. Her hair, which had fallen out, grew back again "thick and
lustrous." She gained weight and her energy returned. She says she now swims,
hikes, and rides horseback. "Much to my own and my family's amazement, I am
back to work and after thirty years of almost nonstop illness, I have a rich,
full life again - and all because of an unbelievably simple and effective
The rest of Christy's book reveals in vast detail how drinking one's urine
will cure cancer, multiple sclerosis, malaria, arthritis, AIDS, gonorrhea,
jaundice, ringworm, tuberculosis, migraine, hepatitis, whooping cough, hay
fever, depression, prostate trouble, diabetes - you name it, urine will cure
it. The main component in urine that does all these medical wonders is urea.
Christy correctly calls attention to many drugs now on the market that are
based on urea, but she insists that these drugs cause unpleasant side effects
that are avoided if you obtain the urea by drinking your own urine. She
highly recommends a 1971 book, The Water of Life, by John W. Armstrong,
available from Home Cure for $11.95 plus $5 for shipping and handling. She
says it lists hundreds of ailments, including cancer, cured by urine
Urine therapy, Christy explains, begins by swallowing only one or two drops a
day. Even these few drops, she writes, are very effective. "If you prefer,
you can make an extremely diluted form of urine called a homeopathic urine
preparation, which gives excellent results and contains no taste nor color."
Of course it is tasteless and colorless': All the urine has vanished into the
Surgery and mainstream drugs simply don't work, Christy assures her readers.
Herbal medicines, homeopathic drugs, and acupuncture do work, but none of
these therapies, she says, hold a candle to the powerful curative properties
of urine. It is "the most powerful, most individualized natural medicine we
could ever hope for." Although pure urea has proved to be a wonderful
drug, "I want to stress that it cannot and should not be used to replace or
supersede natural urine as a healing agent." Why? Because "whole urine
contains hundreds of known and unknown medically important elements. . . not
found in urea alone."
After a period of swallowing a few drops of urine daily, Christy recommends
slowly increasing the number of drops until you finally are drinking several
ounces each day. In addition to the value of urine taken internally, Christy
also sings its praises when applied externally to the skin, and used in foot
baths, fully body baths, ear, nose, and eye drops and enemas. In cases of
extreme illness, Christy writes, injection of urine can be called for. She
recommends a Dr. William Hitt who runs two urine therapy clinics in Mexico
where "he has administered hundreds of thousands of injections to severely
ill patients with remarkable success."