Whatever you want to call it, the practice of drinking urine goes back millennia. Known today as urine therapy, urophagia, or urotherapy, the medicinal use of urine is still practiced in some parts of the world. Reports dating back to ancient Rome, Greece, and Egypt suggest that urine therapy has been used to treat everything from acne to cancer.
Say hello to the latest health fad - it's even yellower than a turmeric latte, and more bitter than a charcoal lemonade. While drinking your own pee seems like the kind of thing you'd only do if you were trapped up a mountain or stranded in a desert somewhere, it looks like some people have started gulping down the golden stuff in the privacy of their own homes. And give it a go she did.
Home Urinary Tract Infections. Having to go all the time can be really annoying. You could also try these 10 home remedies for a UTI. Frequent urination, with an abnormally large amount of urine, is often an early symptom of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, as the body tries to rid itself of unused glucose through the urine.
Your daily diet makes a big difference in the way you feel, but it also plays a part when it comes to your body odor. Without a doubt, certain foods impact the pungency of your urine more than others. Hello, asparagus.
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For most people, using the restroom is of little concern or consequence. Usually, it isn't until you notice that something looks, feels, or smells "off" that you start paying attention to your pee. Variations in the color, odor, or frequency of your urine can indicate anything from harmless dietary issues to a life-threatening illness.
We are Indians with rich culture and heritage which varies place to place around the country but there few things which are more or less common around the country. Our old culture tell us after you pee you should take a bath which is most scientific but it todays scenario it might look odd because we are having more hygienic toilets. I believe if you don't have an irritable bowel then the question of peeing after meal does not arise and can't be scientific.
Some people notice their urine has a distinctive odor after eating asparagus. Often described as sulfurous or similar to cooked cabbage, the scent is due to the body's reaction to natural compounds found in the green stalks. If you've never eaten asparagus or are unfamiliar with the "asparagus pee" phenomenon, smelling that odor for the first time could be quite alarming.