Kunatira Goes Wrong Family Duped Into Drinking Urine For Four Days
A mother who was looking for natural ways to protect herself and her family from the novel coronavirus was duped into drinking her own urine.
According to a report by the City of Westminister, the British woman and her four children drank their own urine for four whole days, thinking that it would protect them from Covid-19.
The British woman told officials she was convinced to drink her pee by a trusted friend or relative, who had served as the mom’s primary source of pandemic-related news.
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
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 mother said she puts her faith in natural cures. Even so, the medical community hasn’t 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.