Urine Uses! (by Montana Grant)
By angelamontana


unnamed (14)Recently I wrote an article about why is important to not “pee” in the campfire! Many folks responded and complained that they were angry that they could no longer pee in the campfire. Well, don’t get “peed” off, there are many other special uses for your Urine!

“Pee” is a wonderful antiseptic! Our bodies do a great job with sterilizing the liquids we drink. Pee is a perfect sterile antiseptic! I remember my Brother in Law asking me to Pee on his hand in Jamaica after he was stung by a sea urchin. I made sure that his hand was thoroughly sterilized! His pain was relieved.

Pee also is a wonderful aid when treating rashes, insect bites, and doing the camp dishes! In Siberia, the arctic, and West Africa, water is a precious resource. After dinner, the guests will relieve themselves into a bowl passed around. The warm liquid is perfect to cut grease and sterilize the dishes! I thought burping was rude!

Some native cultures use pee mixed with mud to relieve insect bites. If your leather straps or boots are too stiff, Pee will soften and make them perfectly supple. Wiping urine soaked cloths over bites and wounds soothes and relieves itching and pain.

I once dated a girl whose Grandmother kept a mayonnaise jar on the commode. She would save her urine to wash with a stringent sterile facewash! Needless to say, I did not marry that girl.

Pee is also a wonderful tooth whitener! The ammonia in urine is the agent that promotes the teeth to turn white. You can purchase a product from the store but the urine has to come from somewhere. Why not use your own brand? So much for “Listurine”!

Try using pee to wash your hair! The urine will make your hair soft, manageable, and manageable. Ammonia is the ingredient in most expensive hair products that reacts with your mane to make it special and soft.

Pee does have a special odor! Consider using other scents to mask the smell if you plan to mix with other campers. If everyone at camp is using the same recipes for cleanliness, you may not notice any odor!

When it comes down to it, the presentation is most important. Chemicals have to come from somewhere. Why not keep things personal!

Excuse me I need to make a pit stop!

Montana Grant

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