In many cultures, an infant’s skin outbreaks are cured by dabbing a cotton diaper soaked with the infant’s urine on the affected areas. This remedy is often effective and also works for children and adults when a small amount of the individual’s urine is dabbed on acne, warts, skin abrasions, and other skin outbreaks.
How It Works
Contrary to what is commonly perceived, fresh urine is sterile, not germ-ridden. The exception is when the person has an infection in the urinary tract. Urine is anti-fungal and contains nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, sugars and proteins which the body doesn’t need at a particular time. It is the regulatory function of the kidney to maintain homeostasis by eliminating overabundant nutrients from the blood, including water.