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.
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
The Kyle and Jackie O Show is known for pushing the boundaries of good taste. But even co-host Jackie 'O' Henderson appeared to have second thoughts about a segment that aired on Thursday's episode. The year-old sounded concerned during an interview with a young woman who claimed that God told her to drink dog urine because of its 'healing' qualities. Lynn claimed that God told her to drink her dog's urine and that pharmaceutical companies were conspiring to hide its incredible health benefits from the public. She also insisted that drinking her dog's urine daily had cured her depression, cleared up her acne and was helping keep her cancer-free.
Here’s why that girl drank her dog’s piss
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. Lew then holds a cup beneath her dog as he pees and drinks the near-full cup of urine in three gulps.
US blogger claims it can also cure cancer but there is no evidence to support suggestion. Many women - and men - go to great lengths to become more beautiful using all kinds of substances and potions to help nature along. That's what blogger Lynn Lew from America has done, saying it has cleared up her acne and given her a "glow".