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Jessica Lark Weinstock, 42, from Virginia, has been drinking and bathing in her own urine for three months, and claims to have seen remarkable results.
Jessica drinks up to 10 glasses of her own wee every day, and gets in two urine baths a week. She also rubs the urine on her face and swirls it around her mouth.
She claims it has cured a number of conditions, such as arthritis and depression, and has boosted her energy levels, relieved pain caused by cavities in her teeth and given her a youthful glow, too.
"I drink it, bathe in it, soak my feet in it, swirl it in my mouth and rub it on my skin," said Jessica.
"What I do is called looping which is where you pee, drink some of it, pee and drink some of it then save the rest to pour in a bath.
"I bathe in it around every two days. It's made me look five to ten years younger. It's helped with pain relief, joint pain, got rid of my crows feet and wrinkles, helped with energy, fatigue and brain fog.
"I'm also less hungry because I'm getting more nutrients so I'm eating less."
Jessica decided to give the 'urine therapy' a try after coming across a social media post a few months ago. She has since ditched all of her arthritis medication, and says friends and family are mega supportive.
"It was really a fluke. I just saw someone on Instagram who was doing it and decided to try it," she continued.
"I had given up my arthritis, anxiety and depression medication and wanted to see if urine therapy would help with the symptoms.
"When I explain it to people, I explain the benefits first before I tell them I do it and people do understand it.
"I haven't met the resistance I thought I would and some friends are considering giving it a go.
"No one is educated on urine therapy. I'm very much a naturalist, I really believe we can heal our own bodies.
"I think the reason we aren't encouraged to do it is because it doesn't make anybody any money."
There's currently no evidence to indicate that drinking your own urine is beneficial, and many doctors are against the idea, so if you are considering it, please always consult with a medical professional first.
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