Woman claims drinking her own urine everyday has helped her lose 30lbs

Woman claims drinking, snorting and pouring her own urine into her eyes every day has cured her anxiety, improved her sight and helped her lose 30lbs

  • Grace Jones, 32, from San Diego, has been doing ‘urine therapy’ for two weeks 
  • Says she ingests it, snorts it, pours it into her eyes and rubs it on her skin daily
  • Claims it has cured her anxiety and helped her to lose 30lbs in just two weeks 
  • Health experts say urine contains toxins expelled from the body and kidneys and drinking it could therefore be harmful 

A woman who drinks her own urine and rubs it on her skin claims it has cured her anxiety and helped her shed 30lbs.

Grace Jones, 32, from San Diego, has been gulping down, snorting, and rubbing her own urine on her skin and hair for the past two weeks.

The retail manager drinks a glass first thing in the morning and claims it has already cured ailments including her bad eyesight, eczema, anxiety, depression, high blood pressure, digestive problems and helped with weight loss.

Grace said: ‘I ingest it, snort it, pour it into my eyes and rub it on my skin and hands.

‘I wee into a cup in the morning and drink it straight away.


A woman who drinks her own urine and rubs it on her skin claims it has cured her anxiety and helped her shed 30lbs. Grace Jones, 32, from San Diego, has been gulping down, snorting, and rubbing her own urine on her skin and hair for the past two weeks

he retail manager drinks a glass first thing in the morning and claims it has already cured ailments including her bad eyesight, eczema, anxiety, depression, high blood pressure, digestive problems and helped with weight loss. Pictured is her eczema before

Urine is made of approximately 95 per cent water and 5 per cent nutrients including calcium and iron. 

Fans of ‘urotherapy’- a term used to describe drinking your own pee, include Madonna. 

In 1945, John W. Armstrong, a British naturopath, published a book claiming that drinking urine could cure all major illnesses, however there is no scientific proof of this. 

Health expert  Aisling Pigott, dietician and spokesperson for the British Dietetic Association, says urine contains toxins expelled from the body and kidneys and drinking it could therefore be harmful and cause infection.  

However Shona Wilkinson, head nutritionist at NutriCentre, says urine is not toxic and is sterile as it has been filtered twice – once by the liver and again by the kidneys. 

Followers claim it cures diseases when ingested and acne when used topically due to its ‘disinfectant’ properties, and it has been used in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicines.

Sources: Healthline.com; Marie Claire

‘During the day, I pee into a jar and save it because the more it’s aged, the more potent the nutrients are.

‘I try not to drink it in the evenings because it gives me a lot of energy and keeps me awake.

‘I’m completely off my blood pressure medication, it has helped my skin problems, my hair looks healthier and I’ve lost 30 pounds.

‘I no longer have depression, anxiety or brain fog.’

As well as her new morning routine, Grace has adopted a plant based diet and cut out alcohol. 

Grace decided to start practicing the controversial ‘urine therapy’ two weeks ago when she came across a post on social media encouraging people to try it. 

She said: ‘I was skeptical at first and it took me a while to get over the stigma of it.

‘It tastes slightly salty and buttery but it depends on what you’ve eaten and how you’re feeling.

‘I wanted to get off my blood pressure medication so I was searching for alternative methods so when I saw someone on Instagram teaching urine therapy, I just fell into it.’

Although she’s shared her new regime with friends and family, Grace hasn’t yet told her partner of nine years as she’s worried about his reaction.

She said: ‘I’ve told a couple of my friends and family and some have said I don’t know what I’m doing or I’m crazy or sick or I’m going to hurt myself because it’s toxic waste.

‘I haven’t told my boyfriend yet because I don’t think his reaction would be positive.

‘I’m just waiting for the right time. I have my own bathroom so I can keep it hidden.’


As well as her new morning routine, Grace has adopted a plant based diet and cut out alcohol. Grace decided to start practicing the controversial ‘urine therapy’ two weeks ago when she came across a post on social media encouraging people to try it – which has helped her to loose 30lbs

Pictured: Grace’s eczema on her finger before she started drinking wee and rubbing it on her skin

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