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    Whole lotta NOPE

    I'm all for recycling but this is so wrong. Beer & Urine is a one-way process.

    May 5, 2017, 11:31 AM
    Denmark brewer makes beer using human urine
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    A brewery in Denmark is making beer using human urine. The specialty pilsner is called "Pisner," a name derived from wordplay on the type of beer and local slang.

    The brew is made with malting barley fertilized by the contents of urinals at the largest music festival in Northern Europe. The 50,000 liters of human waste liquid was used as an alternative to traditional animal manure or factory-made fertilizer products.

    "The reason why we make this 'Pisner' beer is because we are a craft brewery out of Copenhagen and about four years ago we converted into organic, so all our beers are organic today," Henrik Vang, chief executive of brewer Norrebro Bryghus, told the Reuters news agency.

    "We thought it would be a great idea also to go into recyclable beer. So we want to test our brewers and test our opportunities to make recyclable beer," he said.

    Denmark's agriculture and food council named the technique "beercycling," and said "Pisner" could become a trendy, sustainable brew.

    "I think it's a genius idea, since it's an investment in the future. We have a lack of phosphorus, so by doing something like this, the circle is complete," said taster Mikkel Pedersen.

    "It tastes really good," Birden Eldahl, another taster, told Reuters. "It's fresh and full at the same time and it's a good beer."

    But reactions have been mixed.

    "In the beginning, a lot of people thought that we had a filtration where the pee went directly into the beer, but that is of course not right," said managing director of Norrebro Bryghus, Henrik Vang.

    "In the beginning there was a lot of left and right sides, opinions about this project, but now when people understand what it's all about, I think that it's OK," he continued.

    The batch of urine collected from the initial festival is enough to produce 60,000 bottles of beer. After that, the brewers are going to have to decide if they want to keep putting the "p" in pilsner.
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    Gross Home Remedies

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    I agree with chill'in dudes that chick is whacked. Urine has no unique health benefits, human or other source. I can't believe she drank dog urine for the camera like it was Mt. DEW. Urine has only one life saving benefit and that is if you were stranded in a life or death situation.... you can drink your urine one time only to bide you some extra time before dehydration advances further. After that your urine will be poisonous for you to consume. People who drink urine for "health reasons" are freeky health freaks. "Peeple". ~ Dog didn't mind, though. Probably thought she was just a crazy beech.
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    Another Day and another Cup of P33 Urine Therapy

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    DOWN the HATCH !

    I guess it was just a matter of time for women to start joining the party. Next of course is to establish non-profits to promote their agendas. Wizzologists. Now the expression "full of pizz and vinegar" makes nutritious sense.
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    Urine Thearpy: Drink ur P33 FASTING DAY 3 NOV 21 2017

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    Drinking Your Own Urine - My Strange Addiction

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    I can only imagine these people's breath smelling like a stairwell where the homeless go to relieve themselves.
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    ok Look..TV Star Bear Ghrylls drank his own pee when it was either get some water into his system or..DIE!! In theory it could be done because of the fact that urine has a high water content.

    BUT..

    Saving ones' life just isn't the same as doing the above practice consistently.

    It's a good way to get nitrate poisoning and I won't even get into some of the compounds like Ammonia,etc. that you body urgently wants to get RID of!

    Here is a database of the over 3,000 compounds found in human urine:

    http://www.urinemetabolome.ca
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    Joe Rogan - urine therapy

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    Science!

    This is in reaction to the dog pee drinking vid above. We also discussed Machida before, and Rogan is the post above this.


    I canít believe I have to say this but pee is not a beverage

    You can, but why would you?

    Hereís why that girl drank her dogís ****

    By Angela Lashbrook

    Junó15ó2018 03:07PM EST

    Maybe this comes as a surprise to some people, but you really shouldn't drink your dog's pee. Or anyone's pee, for that matter.

    In a video resurfaced last week on the Viceland show Desus & Mero, a young woman stands on a grassy patch with her cute, incorrectly harnessed dog, holding a plastic cup. "Many of you have asked me how I look so good, how my makeup always looks so perfect, or how I always have this natural glow," she says to the camera. "Here's my secret." As if on cue, her dog turns to a tree, and the woman places the cup beneath the dog's stream of ****. Then, with the swagger of someone about to shotgun a beer, she shakes her hair back and drinks the fresh, warm urine.

    "The first time I drank my dog's pee, I was depressed, I was sad, and I had really bad acne," she says after she guzzles the urine, before instructing her viewers that the golden elixir has vitamin A, vitamin E, and "ten grams of calcium."

    Unfortunately, our protagonist was misled. While there's considerable evidence that urea, a compound that makes up 50 percent of urine solids, is useful in treating skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis, nothing promising shows that drinking it will do anything for your skin or mental health.

    Still, her belief is understandable: the internet is rife with naturopath blogs promoting the ingestion of pee to cure all kinds of maladies. The concept of drinking urine for health reasons has been practiced here and there for thousands of years, but it wasn't until British naturopath John W. Armstrong's landmark work "The Water Of Life: A Treatise On Urine Therapy" was published in 1944 that urine therapy --- also known as urophagia --- became popular in the Western alternative medicine community.

    The internet has, of course, turned out to be an exciting breeding ground for wildly misleading information about ****-drinking. A top Google results for "urine therapy" is the Universal Healing Tao, which claims that "drinking urine is a good alternative wherever water is scarce ... If you still cannot bring yourself to drink your own urine pure, mix a dash of it into a glass of fruit juice or mix it with water and honey."

    At All-Natural: Natural Healing Source Center, "medical research writer" and "natural health consultant" Martha Christy claims that urine therapy is "powerful ... our own urine is an enormous source of vital nutrients, vitamins, hormones, enzymes and critical antibodies."

    In a 2009 video posted to his YouTube channel, UFC commentator and hugely popular podcaster Joe Rogan drinks his own urine, claiming that he's done it "a bunch of times." "I've read so many people online say it's a form of medicine," he says, before the video shifts to a segment of UFC fighter Lyoto Machida explaining that he drinks his "first urine of the day" every morning when he wakes up. And if you search YouTube for "drinking your own p33," you'll find a ton of videos of people drinking and talking about the benefits of urine therapy.

    When I spoke to Dr. Lauren Schulz, a urologist at Total Urology Care in New York City, she disputed these urine drinkers' claims that urophagia is a vitamin-rich, effective naturopathy treatment.

    "There shouldn't be calcium in the urine," she told me over the phone. "Same with Vitamins A or E --- they shouldn't be there unless a person, or dog, has been taking supplements. If there's high calcium or any other minerals, it crystallizes into stone formation --- and if an animal [or human] has stone formation, it usually follows infection."

    While there's bacteria in urine, Dr. Schulz told me, normal pee from a healthy individual isn't especially harmful --- it just isn't beneficial, either. "Urine is waste, and waste is things our body doesn't need," she said.

    Even if you're stranded in the desert without an adequate water supply, urine isn't a good substitute. The Army, Marine, Navy, And Air Force Survival Guide places urine as the number one liquid military personnel should not drink if they're desperate for hydration, followed by "fish juice," blood, sea water, and alcohol. "Think about it like drinking ocean water," Jeff Giullian, a Denver-based nephrologist, told Popular Science. "It's going to dehydrate you and do significantly more harm than good."

    Urine isn't totally without medical merit, but its limited benefits are topical, not oral. "Drinking the uric acid found in urine does not give any skin benefits. Urea is found in multiple skin preparations and is typically used in a cream for dry skin. It can be very helpful for thick scaly areas especially on feet, knees and elbows; but also generally for dry skin," dermatologist Dr. William Kwan told me. Urea can be synthetically produced, and the National Institute of Health's Open Chemical Database cites multiple studies that support the efficacy of urea in treating psoriasis, eczema, and dry skin. A"comprehensive review of the clinical literature" on urea, published in the Dermatology Online Journal, states that topical urea (like this moisturizer from Eucerin), is an effective treatment for keratosis pilaris, aka chicken skin: those small, painless red bumps many people get on their arms, legs, and faces. In simpler terms, products rich in urea ensure your skin is well-moisturized and protected against external irritants, such as sodium lauryl sulfate.

    If you're sad, have acne, or want to guarantee your makeup will always look good, please do not drink anyone's ****, even if it's your beloved dog's. Instead, visit your local pharmacy for an inexpensive moisturizer with urea. It'll be much more effective.

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    prolly an anti-mask anti-vaxxer

    False COVID-19 information convinces mom, 4 kids to drink urine for 4 days
    By Jordan Smith Published 3 days ago HealthFOX TV Digital Team

    WESTMINSTER, United Kingdom - A mother trying to protect herself and her family from the novel coronavirus ended up being duped by false information that led her to drink her own urine.

    For four days, the British woman and her four children gulped down their own urine, believing it would protect them from COVID-19, according to a report by the City of Westminster.

    Urine is a waste product of the body. Its consumption is generally frowned upon in westernized medicine, according to a 2015 study conducted by the Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology.

    Urine contains high concentrations of toxins and salt that the body has already rid itself of. Once outside of the body, urine quickly attracts more bacteria. Consuming it can cause a person harm.

    The British woman told officials she was convinced to drink her pee by a trusted friend or relative, who had served as the momís primary source of pandemic-related news.

    The mother said she puts her faith in natural cures. Even so, the medical community hasnít yet recognized anything as a cure for COVID-19.

    To date, vaccines are the only thing clinically proven to prevent COVID-19 illness. But the mom cited a debunked conspiracy theory involving Bill and Melinda Gates when voicing her distrust of vaccines.

    Misinformation has proven to be a detriment to public health throughout the pandemic. Aside from drinking urine, many so-called cures or preventative measures have proven futile.

    One of the most notable false cures made headlines last spring when former President Donald Trump mused aloud about ingesting bleach to combat the virus.

    This prompted fierce backlash from health officials, political rivals and bleach manufacturers, but their efforts fell short.

    Just days later, officials began reporting cases of people drinking cleaning products in an attempt to protect themselves from the coronavirus.

    This story was reported from Atlanta.
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