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Jake Ames, MD, HMD.

  1. Urine fasting cures all carcinomas, sarcomas, leukemias, and lymphomas with or without urine injections.  It is the most economical way to cure all cancers. Urine fasting to cure cancers may work faster with other natural, adjuvant therapies typically used to cure cancers, excluding chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery.  Surgery may be the exception in some life-threatening cases.
  2. Urine fasting cures all IgG and IgA food allergies with or without urine injections.
  3. Urine fasting cures IgE pollen, dust, house dust mites, house dust mite feces, environmental allergies, mold allergies, chemical allergies with or without urine injections.  However, urine injections with fasting are a more rapid treatment.
  4. Urine fasting with injections may or may not cure life-threatening IgE food allergies.
  5. Urine fasting lowers fibrinogen, CRP-HS and ESR (Urokinase)
  6. Urine fasting is the fastest and safest way to lose weight.
  7. Urine fasting increases HGH, all steroid hormones and their metabolites, and thyroid hormones.
  8. Urine fasting increase IQ (Intellectual Quotient), MQ (Moral Quotient), BQ (Body Quotient), EQ (Emotional Quotient).
  9. Urine fasting increases short term, intermediate term, and long-term memories, and thinking speeds up.
  10. Urine fasting makes one want to meditate.
  11. Urine fasting increases siddhis described by Patanjali in the Yoga Sutras.
  12. Urine fasting helps to reduce cancer and arthritis pain.
  13. Urine fasting makes one closer to God.
  14. Urine fasting removes generalized arteriosclerosis and atherosclerosis.
  15. Urine fasting prevents strokes and myocardial infarctions.
  16. Urine fasting increases libido either during or after the fast.
  17. Urine fasting increases one’s awareness of one’s diet and one eats less “junk food.”
  18. Urine fasting combined with the topical application of fresh or old urine removes seborrheic keratoses, age spots, and lubricates the skin.
  19. Urine fasting makes one’s eyes shine.
  20. Urine fasting removes intestinal parasites and yeasts.
  21. Urine fasting cures most infectious diseases including tuberculosis, malaria, fungal infections, viral and bacterial infections.
  22. Urine fasting may cure most autoimmune diseases in many ways.  One way is to cure leaky gut syndrome; another way is to cure food allergies; another way is to rest the intestinal tract from being exposed to bacteria, viruses, and fungi from our diet.  Another way is to detox the body of heavy metals and chemicals (many are in our fat).
  23. Urine fasting balances one’s pH to optimal (venous pH at 7.46)
  24. Urine fasting restores the Th1/Th2 balance.
  25. Urine fasting makes one appreciate music and art better.  It awakens dormant areas of one’s brain.
  26. Urine fasting combined with Dr. Jan Kwasniewski’s diet cures Type 2 diabetes and most non-genetic diseases, as long as one practices regularly the fasting and the diet.
  27. Urine fasting cures diarrhea, but may at first cause diarrhea as one is detoxing and removing harmful bacteria, parasites, and fungi.
  28. Urine fasting cures cataracts usually in 14 days, some people need 21 days.
  29. Urine fasting may cure some cases of blindness (Armstrong, “The Water of Life” – Man fasted for 101 days).
  30. Urine fasting cures post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD) and all emotional traumas.
  31. Urine fasting heals the body according to Hering’s law:  (the basis of all healing) All cures start from within and go out to the surface (skin), from the head down, and in reverse order as the symptoms have appeared or been suppressed.
  32. Urine fasting results in one’s urine becoming clearer and clearer each passing day.
  33. Urine fasting with urine compresses applied 24/7 are the best treatments for gangrene, insect bites and snake bites.
  34. Urine fasting increases one’s self-confidence.
  35. Urine compresses 24/7 is the best treatment for sunburns.
  36. Urine fasting removes excess mucus the quickest.
  37. Urine fasting promotes better sleep and one needs less sleep.
  38. Urine fasting removes heavy metals and toxins safer and faster than the FAR-IR sauna. I have not compared it to DMPS or EDTA, but it is free and very safe.
  39. Urine fasting repairs and detoxes all cellular membranes, facilitating the cure for cancer and almost every non-genetic disease.  The cellular membranes are the software; the DNA is just a library of book.  Books do not make decisions (Bruce Lipton – “The Biology of Belief”; Ed Kane – Phosphatidyl Choline). YouTube also Bruce Lipton Tom Campbell and YouTube Ed Kane Phosphatidyl Choline).
  40. Urine fasting does not cure ALS.  However, combined with Dr. Kwasniewski’s diet eating brains and spinal cords, the Deanna protocol, certain cannabis oils, and environmental protocols, it might cure ALS.
  41. Urine fasting repairs and helps the DNA/RNA produce the 600-700 proteins, amino acids, antineoplastins that are missing in cancer patients.


More Than 60 Medical References that Support Urine Fasting and Urine Therapy

The thought of using urine in medicine, either applying topically to heal wounds or by drinking it, sounds distasteful and ridiculous to some even in the medical field. This is why it’s important to do your own homework and to have an open mind. Some of the greatest theories and inventions in history at first sounded like heresy to critics, that is, until Galileo’s arguments were proved beyond a doubt.

Here are over sixty references from the medical industry of doctors and institutions whose conclusions support the medicinal properties found in urine:

  1. Judell, B., “HIV Urine Testing Nearing Reality”: Bay Area Reporter, August 8, 1988.
  2. Burzynski, S.R., et al., “Antineoplaston A in Cancer Therapy”, Physiology, Chemistry, & Physics, Vol. 9, 1977, pg. 485.
  3. MacKay, E.M. and Schroeder, C.R.: Virucidal (rabies and polio) activity of aqueous urea solution. Proceedings of the Society of Experimental Biology, 35: 74-76, 1936.
  4. Noble, R C . , et al ., “Bactericidal Properties of Urine for Neisseria gonorrhea”: Sexually Transmitted Diseases., Vol. 1-l, #-1, pp.221-226.
  5. Wilson, C.W.M. and Lewis, A., Auto-Immune Therapy Against Human Allergic Disease: A Physiological Self Defe11cc Factor, Medical Hypotheses 12:143 -158, 1983.
  6. Myrvik, Q., Weiser, R.S., Houglum, B. and Berger, L.R.: Studies on the Tuberculoinhibitory Properties of Ascorbic Acid Derivatives and their Possible Role in Inhibition of Tubercle Bacilli by Urine, The American Review of Tuberculosis, Vol. 69 January – June 195-1.
  7. “Urea: New Use of an Old Agent”, Symposium on Surgery of the Head and Neck, 1957.
  8. Dunne, N.L., The Use of injected and Sublingual Urine in the Treatment of Allergies, A Preliminary Report, held at Oxford Medical Symposium, 1981.
  9. Hegyeli, A., McLaughlin, J. A . , and Szent-Gyorgyi, A.: Preparation of Retine from Human Urine, Science, December 20, 1963, pp. 1571- 1572.
  10. Smith, H., “De Urina”, Journal of American Medical Association, Vol. 155, #10, pp. 899 – 902
  11. Kolata, G., “Surgery on Fetuses Reveals They Heal Without Scars”, New York Times, August 16, 1988, Section C, pp. 1-3.
  12. Free, A H . and Free, H.M., Urinalysis in Clinical Laboratory Practice, CRC Press, Inc. 1975, pp. 13 -17.
  13. Cameron, Stewart, Kidney Disease, The Facts, Oxford University Press, 1986, pg. 3.
  14. Staff Reporter, “Now Urine Business,” Hippocrates (Magazine), May, 1988.
  15. Munk, N., “The child is the father of the man”: Forbes, August 16, 1993, pp. 88 – 92.
  16. Physicians’ Desk Reference for Nonprescription Drugs, Medical Economics Data Productions Co. Inc., 14th Edition, 1993.
  17. Serup, J., Acta Derm Venerol (Stockholm) 1992: Suppl. 177: pp. 29
  18. Herman, J.R., “Autourotherapy”, New York State Journal of Medicine, Vol. 80, #7, June, 1980, pp. 1149 – 1154.
  19. Davies, 0., “Youthful Uric Acid”, Omni Magazine October, 1982, Continuum Section.
  20. Free, A.H. and Free, H.M., Urinalysis in Clinical and Laboratory Practice, CRC Press, Inc. 1975, pg. 1.
  21. Beasley, J.D., The Betrayal of Health, Times Books, 1991, pp.191
  22. “Urea: New Use of an Old Agent”, Symposium on Surgery of the Head and Neck, 1957.
  23. Physicians’ Desk Reference, 1992, page 1200.
  24. Schlegel, J.U., Cueller, J., and O’Dell, R.M., “Bactericidal Effect of Urea”, The Journal of Urology, Vol. 86, o.6, Dec. 1961, pp.819-822.
  25. Free and Free, A.H., and H.M., Urinalysis in Clinical and Laboratory Practice, Chapter 1, pg. 13.
  26. Handbook of Toxic and Hazardous Chemicals and Carcinogens,
  27. Kaye, D., “Antibacterial Activity of Human Urine”, Journal of Clinical Investigation, Vol. 47, 1968, pp. 2374 – 2390.
  28. Lerner, A.M., et al., “Neutralizing Antibody to Polioviruses in Normal Human Urine”, Journal of Clinical Investigation, Vol. 41, No. 4, April, 1962, pp. 805-815.
  29. Berger, R., et al., “Demonstration of lgA Polioantibody in Saliva, Duodenal fluid and Urine”, Nature, Vol. 214, April 22, 1967, pp. 420-422.
  30. Giordano, C., “The Use of Exogenous and Endogenous Urea for Protein Synthesis in Normal and Uremic Subjects”, Renal Laboratory, Naples University School of Medicine, 1963.
  31. Sandweiss, D.j., Sugarman, M.H., Friedman, M.H.F., and Saltzstcin, H.C., “The Effect of Urine Extracts on Peptic Ulcer”, Joum. , Oct. 1941, pp. 371 – 382.
  32. Armstrong, J., The Water of Life, C.W. Daniel Publishers, 1944-.
  33. Weinstein, L. and McDonald, A.: The action of urea and some of its derivatives on Bacteria, Journal of Immunology, Volume 54: pp. 117 -149, 1946.
  34. “Fourth Annual Report on Carcinogens”, Journal of Advanced Cancer Research, 1986.
  35. Plesch, J., “Urine-Therapy”, Medical Press (London), Vol. 218, August 6, 1947, pp. 371 – 382.
  36. Bjornesjo, K.B., “On the Effect of Human Urine 0n Tubercle Bacilli ll: The Tuberculostatic Effect on Various Urine Constituents”, Acta Scandinavica, Vol. 25, No.5, 1951, pp. 447-455.
  37. Myrvik, Q., et al., “Studies on the Tuberculoinhibitory; Properties of Ascorbic Acid Derivatives and Their Possible Role in Inhibition of Tubercle Bacilli by Urine”, American Review of Tuberculosis, Vol. 69, No.3, March 1954, pp. 406 – 418.
  38. Tsuji, S., et al., “Isolation from Human Urine of a Polypeptide Having Marked Tuberculostatic Activity”, American Review of Respiratory Diseases, Vol. 91, No. 6, June 1965, pp. 832-838.
  39. Associate Press, “Tuberculosis on rise in US”, Arizona Republic, 10/8/93, Section A 6.
  40. Dunne, N.P., “The Use of Injected and Sublingual Urine in the Treatment of Allergies”, A Preliminary Report held at Oxford Medical Symposium, 1981.
  41. International Immunology Institute, “lmmuno-Tolerance”, Physician’s Handbook, 1982, pp. 1, 16.
  42. Linscott, William D., Specific Immunologic Unresponsiveness, Basic and Clinical Immunology, Lange Medical Publications, 3rd Edition, 1982.
  43. Wilson, C.W.M., and Lewis, A., “Auto-Immune Therapy Against Human Allergic Disease: A Physiological Self Defense Factor”, Medical Hypothesis, Vol. 12, 1983, p. 143.
  44. Wilson, C.W.M., “The Protective Effect of Auto-lmmune Buccal Urine Therapy (AlBUT) Against the Raynaud Phenomenon”, Medical Hypothesis, Vol. 13: 99-107, 1984.
  45. Noble, R.C., et al., “Bactericidal Properties of Urine for Neisseria gonorrhea”, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Vol.14, #4, Oct-Dec 1987, pp. 221-226.
  46. Liao, Z., et al., “Identification of a Specific Interleukin 1 Inhibitor in the Urine of Febrile Patients”, Journal of Experimental Medicine, Rockefeller University Press, Vol. 159, January, 1984, pp. 126 -136.
  47. Mannucci, P.M. and D’ Angelo, A., Urokinase, Basic and Clinical Aspects, Serono Symposia. Academic Press, 1982.
  48. Beasley, The Betrayal of Health, 1993, Times Books, p. 206 and 201 and p. 4
  49. McMenamin, B., “An educated consumer is the best patient”, Forbes, June 21, 1993, pg. ll8.
  50. Kent, S., “DHEA: Miracle Drug?”, Geriatrics, Vol. 37, No. 9, 1982, pp. 157 – 161.
  51. Celia Farber, A.I.D.S. Words From lite Front, Co-Factors Magazine, June, 1988, pg. 81, 82.
  52. Farber, C., and Lederer, B., ” A.I.D.S. Words From lite Front, Co-Factors Magazine, V Vol. 5, lo.3, June 1989, pp. 90-107.
  53. Staff Reporter, “HIV Urine Testing Nearing Reality” Bay Area Reporter, August 8, 1990, pg. 1.
  54. International Immunology Institute, “Immuno-Tolerance”, Physician’s Handbook, 1982 pp. 1, 16.
  55. Staff Writers, “Blood Clots: Legs and Lungs”, Harvard Medical School Health Letter, Vol. 10, o. 3, January, 1985. pg.5.
  56. Swanbeck, C., “Urea in the Treatment of Dry Skin”, Acta Derm Venereal (Stockholm), 1992; Suppl. 177: pp. 7-8.
  57. Physician’s Desk Reference for Non-Prescription Drugs, Medical Economics Data Production, 1993.
  58. Hanson, Lars A., et al., “Characterization of Antibodies in Human Urine”, Journal of Clinical Investigation, Vol. 44, No. 5, 1965, pp. 703- 715.
  59. Free and Free, Urinalysis in Clinical and Laboratory Practice, pg. 32.
  60. Soeda, Momoe, “Treatment of Gastric Cancer with HUD, an Antigenic Substance obtained from Patient’s Urine”, Tokyo Nihon Igaku Hoshasen Gakkai, Vol. 28, 12/25/68, pp. 1265 – 1278.
  61. Null, Gary, “The Suppression of Cancer Cures”, Penthouse, Oct. 1979, pp. 90-95
  62. “Effect of Urea on Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure in Human Subjects”. Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. 160, No 11, 3/17/56. Pp. 943 – 949
  63. “Shivambu Kalpa” by Arthur Lincoln Pauls, D.O.
  64. “Golden Fountain: The Complete Guide to Urine Therapy” by Coen Van der Croon
  65. “Your Own Perfect Medicine” by Martha M. Christy.



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