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'Urine therapy' for hyperhidrosis

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by NewsBot, Jan 6, 2015.

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    ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT FOR PLANTAR
    HYPERHIDROSIS: USE OF URINE THERAPY

    Jerold C. Alcantara, Charlie P. Cruz
    European Scientific Journal December 2014 edition vol.10, No.36 (full text pdf)
     
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  3. W J Liggins

    W J Liggins Well-Known Member

    Buy your treatment from Bill. Only £5.00 -$10.00 - Au$12.00 per 50ml. plus post and packing. Guaranteed pure urine with a minor, and helpful, quantity of filtered alcohol. Can be used as soaks. Franchises available in Aus, NZ and the USA; please pm me here.

    Bill Liggins

    PS this may be taking the p##s
     
  4. Paul Baalham

    Paul Baalham Member

    Bill, I guess you could say that all urine has been quality checked and passed by the management.

    Paul
    :wacko:
     
  5. Ros Kidd

    Ros Kidd Active Member

    Bill you are priceless, I think you can charge far more for this vintage quality product. Perhaps expand on the intake for greater product output. Perhaps market under the name "no sweat". Guarantees a seat on the bus, is pet friendly, repels podiatrists for up to 24 hours. I will work on a tropical strength product for the monsoon affected areas, but all royalties will go to you as you clearly have a far greater understanding of p*** ups than I.
    HNY
    Ros
     
  6. Mr C.W.Kerans

    Mr C.W.Kerans Active Member

    I heard that this was a treatment used by soldiers during the Second World War for fungal infections - soak socks and rinse out boots ditto - anecdotal value only.
     
  7. wdd

    wdd Well-Known Member

    Excellent. That means that urea is effective against both hyperidrosis and anidrosis.

    That saves a bit of time. No need for any examination and consideration of differential diagnosis. Jimmy riddle is the treatment of choice for any skin condition.

    I am told that the efficacity increases tremendously when it's taken by mouth. Maybe that's why the first piece of research was carried out on men.

    Bill
     
  8. Elizabeth Humble-Thomas

    Elizabeth Humble-Thomas Active Member

    The old wives, who knew a thing or two, used to say that you should soak your feet in your chamber pot in the morning ( as long as there are no lumps ....) to prevent corns and chilblains.
    A retired midwife, a patient of mine, described how the nurses changing the new babies wet (only!) nappies, would wipe them over their faces to help their complexions, and I have noticed how good the skin of our mildly incontinent (damp slippers!) patients are... QED
     

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