Homehttps://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/Healthhttps://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/This Facebook group's "health trend" has gone viral because it's just so muddy
This Facebook group's "health trend" has gone viral because it's just so muddy
The 21st century has been quite strange. After centuries of scientific advancement, fringe groups have decided that they are not a huge fan of dietary advice and groundbreaking medical treatments that have helped us to extend our lifetimes immensely.
Now we go into the long list of things that humanity insists on doing despite knowing better comes "urine therapy". Yes, wellness advocates seem to add vigilant medical-sounding expressions to bodily secretions to make them sound legitimate.
"Auto-urine therapy" is not new. The exercise of drinking your own weather has been around for thousands of years. But then it is killed by spears in warfare, and no one says it's good for you.
Recently, highlights from a urinary therapy Facebook group have become viral on Twitter, mainly because it really is really cloudy. 1
Screenshots from the group show that people are celebrating the New Year by throwing their own liquid wastes from a champagne flute, and another took a urine foot bath to celebrate. Someone even described the challenges of finding a cup to urinate to continue "therapy" on a house party.
It gets worse.
In a terrible "don't this" triple-whammy, a man shared a photograph of himself lowers his feet into a urine foot bath and lets his dog lick it out of his feet as he stares directly into the sun.