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spookydew
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Does it help immune system?
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Of course the IM injection!
Do you have to do all of these things in the protocol at the same time?

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i'd like to read about it.
got the link for this?

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I have done it. I did 24 injections in 2006. I herxed on this like no other treatment I had ever done. My only caution would be to monitor hormones. I was on heparin and a/u at the same time and actually think that it was the heparin and not a/u but I did have an undesireable shift in hormones during these two things.

In general though, I think the a/u was a good thing for me.

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I was thinking of trying it once because the ideas behind this therapy make sense to me. It follows the homeopathic theory of 'like treats like.' Our fluids (urine, in this case) have our pathogens (or residues of those pathogens) in it, and so using a homeopathic dose of it should stimulate the immune system to go after those same pathogens.

I think it needs to be prepared properly and a proper dose chosen. Is there a professional who might be able to help you with this? I did not try it because I did not know anyone who could help.

Claire

Not medical advice... just thoughtful reflection

[ 27. January 2007, 08:37 PM: Message edited by: clairenotes ]

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A Look Beyond Antibiotics, Dr. Klinghardt
This is the link
http://www.neuraltherapy.com/LymeALookBeyond6.pdf

Scroll down to 2: Allergy, the second paragraph.
Most sites give instruction more on drinking it daily.

I did 1st injection last saturday. Didn't feel needle but sure felt the *[email protected]# going in. Then I was afraid I would just drop dead.

Didn't ask Husband to do cause thaught I was crazy for doing it.

Started low temps, then sinus,allergy,respiratory infection and temps increased by wednesday. Husband did second one this morn. Much better, still didn't feel needle but rest was less painful.

Feel better, but every thing does for few weeks.

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pq,
This one I thought was very informational:
http://www.auto-urinetherapy.com/modern_medical.htm

However, you must be careful if on medications because it can cause toxicity of certain meds.

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thanks...got it... [lol]

when i first scanned your subject heading, i thought this was the element gold(Au) hooked up to the amino acid taurine, figuring tht the letter 'o'(in auto) was a typo for teh letter 'a' in taurine; thusly, and hence ...Au-taurine...gold taurate. [lol]

gotta read up on this...heard about it in the '80s on some hour-long radio show.

later
pq [Wink]

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Please give us updates, if possible.

Thanks,

Claire

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I have a friend that is a nurse and very knowledgeable about medicine and alternative health does the "auto urine" thing.

Yes, it does seem shocking to drink your own urine.

But she swears that it helps her health.

I haven't tried it yet.

I guess I'm not that brave or desperate.

Susan

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On a related note, stanislav burzinski, m.d., ph.d, cancer doctor,isolated some factors in urine that had great value in treating some cancers.
google burzinski to find out more.
i think he called some of these factors,'anti-neoplastons'?

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Recently my homeopath took a pinprick of my blood and made homeopathic remedies from the blood with a Bioreasonance machine.

I have tried urine therapy without success however.

I have also had it injected.

wallace

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