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What is it about Sterile Urine?
As I was doing my research, I kept reading about sterile urine. Even the reseach scientist and doctors
use that adjective to refer to urine. The first thing that I noted in answer to this question is that the first part of your urination is antiseptic. This is nature’s way to help keep your urinary tract free from disease.
That may be why those who use their urine internally let the first of the urine go and start catching the fluid in the mid stream and finally let the last of the urine go out. They are only drinking the mid stream because the antiseptic in the first urine flow might affect the good bacteria in your intestinal tract.
Your urine is not some nasty, dirty, and toxic substance rejected by the body. Your kidneys are providing a by-product of blood filtration, not waste filtration.
This is so well known that it has been given the medical name “plasma ultrafiltrate”. It is a purified product of the blood. Your kidneys work to regulate all the elements and their concentrations in the blood. Think of it this way, figuratively speaking urine is like leftovers from a meal.
If you have too much of something, it is processed and eliminated by the kidneys.
But before this happens your blood passes through the liver filtration where toxins are removed to be excreted as part of your solid waste.
It is only after the trip through the liver that this purified “clean” blood undergoes to a second filtering process in the kidneys,
where excess water, salts, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, antibodies, urea, uric acid and other elements not needed or usable at that time are distilled into a purified, sterile, watery solution that we call urine. The function of the kidneys is to balance the various elements in the blood.
These elements in the blood are not filtered out because of their toxicity and /or harmfulness, but rather because the body does not at that time need that much of those elements. It is a balancing action.
Further, when taken internally, your urine does not directly enter the bloodstream but moves through the digestive system, where its different components are sorted out. That which is useful is reused, while the other parts are left behind as part of your solid waste. When the level of toxins increases, your body stimulates the intestines and the lymphatic system into an auto flush to eliminate stagnated excrements accumulated in the colon.
How much toxins you have in your urine relates to how much stagnated excrement there is in your colon. So the toxins, which are found only in minute amounts in urine, are beneficial in stimulating a cleansing reaction in you. They tend to vaccinate and protect the body from illnesses. And these are you specific because you are using your own individual urine.