By Dailymail. A woman has claimed drinking her own dog's urine helped clear her bad acne in this horrifying video. Using a plastic cup, the woman collects urine from her dog before drinking it in full during the minute-and-a-half clip. Shocking: An unnamed woman on Facebook posted a video about why she drinks dog urine for her health. Horrifying: In the video, it shows her catch her dog's urine in a cup before drinking it. She claims it has helped clear her skin and also cured her depression.
Viral Video: Woman Drinks Dogs Urine, Claims It Helps Her Acne
Woman claims drinking dog's urine has given her a glow and eased acne - Wales Online
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. Then, with the swagger of someone about to shotgun a beer, she shakes her hair back and drinks the fresh, warm urine. 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.
This Woman's Beauty Secret Is Drinking Her Dog's Pee
In the disgusting footage, she also incorrectly claims that drinking canine body fluids can help cure cancer. The woman then holds a plastic cup under her dog as the hound cocks its leg against a tree and relieves itself. After filling up the container with frothy pee, she downs the liquid and even licks the rim of the cup. Drinking human or animal body waste, known as urine therapy, was practiced in ancient Rome, Greece and Egypt. However, despite advocates claiming the practice has health properties, experts agree that drinking liquid the body has chosen to expel is potentially harmful.
Lynn Lew, 21, filmed herself drinking her dog's urine, an act she says cleared her acne, cured her depression and prevents cancer. The video, posted to Facebook, has inspired even holistic medicine professionals to denounce urine's medicinal use. In the video, Lew stands outside with her dog Micah, a pomeranian-husky mix.