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  1. K S RAJ

    I am from India & very eager to be a member of this Forum as I desire proper knowledge about UT, Kindly accept me as a member.

  2. sun

    I am UT user. I want to know the ideal time gap between taking urine & drinking water , if taken first thing in the morning.

    1. admin Post author

      sun, that’s an interesting question and my experience indicates that it changes day by day, likely person to person. sometimes i drink very very diluted UT — when i am very thirsty — the water seems to have more kindness, more hydration — with just a bit of UT. it likely also depends on what kind of water you are talking about.

      if you are seeking “an instruction” that would be along the lines of “after taking UT you must wait X# of minutes before drinking water,” then you may be able to find someone willing to control your actions and tell you what to do, but that’s not what i do or suggest. i suggest gaining a feel for when you want a lot of time before drinking water, when u only want a short time — and experimenting and seeing what works for you — all the while allowing bliss and your well being to guide you.

      1. Ramu

        I have been told that it doesn’t really matter, whatever works for u as admin kindly said, although it is a good idea to used distiller water if any at all.

    1. admin Post author

      what response do you find ethical? one: read. there are reports of such healing. however, confronting such a condition is not just a health issue, it is a legal and political one. feel free to post on your findings.


    Hi I was most recently on a WOrld wide program on National Geographic Show called Taboo. Here is the link to show. I am sharing because I know this is a huge positive blow to the Urine community to know that we are winning the information age to share UT to world. I am yogi zen & I hope U will post my video for all to view. Any ?’z please email me.

    Also would like to join ur site but just know i do not own a credit card, never have an dont have any way to get u $ so I ask u giftme a trial membership
    Thnk U Yogi Zen

    1. admin Post author

      the dose will come from your own discovery. from none to some to all. allow your immune system to inform you what is right for you.

  4. jogesh prasad sahu

    self realization is very impotent to feel the benefit rather to advise , so try to success

    the real remedy of natural therapy

    i am happy to know the fact of urine therapy..

  5. Roger Bird

    I would love to join but I am not real keen on anyone gaining access to my bank account. I have many references and I can cite numerous places were I support alternative healing, mostly homeopathy, raw milk, kefir, flower remedies, and nutrition, and other fringe subjects like cold fusion.

  6. dianna

    hi! i had no idea this site was still around! lately i have had a wound that has been hard to heal. i have started using UT on it and it is finally healing!

    i just clean it with my urine every morning.

    i still use it on my skin but since i take insulin i haven’t drank it in a while. it didn’t help my diabetes.

    1. admin Post author

      happy for your results re the wound healing!

      topical application is often how people start. they go: wow, this really works!

      why would taking insulin prevent you from oral UT practice? how have you made your assessments regarding improvements w diabetes? really seems to be an individual thing. people go “as far” as they’re “willing” to go 🙂