I've got an infection in my gums that is not responding to Antibiotics , deep planning, etc. It's been going on over three years, and it is quite debilitating and painful. I've tried everything, and finally had to resort to months of Antibiotics that pushed the infection back, but did not resolve it. Now it is back. I believe that the Lyme disease I had, that is now largely a-symptomatic, might be involved.
After reading in Armstrong's book that urine therapy cured every case of gum disease his patients had, I thought I would try it. After two weeks of raw foods and building up to the fast, I began five days ago.
The first day was fine, but on the second the urine became very bitter and very salty and foamy. The third day, the same.
I felt very ill from the urine but pressed ahead.
The next day I decided to add in one meal, as Armstrong describes, in the late afternoon: rice and raw vegetables.
That helped me feel better, but I could still hardly drink the urine because of the taste.
Now, however, it was no longer salty, only very very bitter--like after eating rotten meat (not that I've done this, but this is the image that comes to mind for the taste).
I tested the Ph of the urine, and it is extremely acidic, from morning to night: 5.5.
Please help me understand this strange reaction, and what I should do. I am also massaging old urine into my feet, face and neck.
I was thinking, I should perhaps do a Gerson's approach for a week or so to facilitate detox, or try Essiac, and then return to the urine therapy.