The Internet prompts parents to add urine to popsicles

Internet users were furious to learn that a user was pouring his own urine into his child’s food after his shocking post went viral in a urine therapy Facebook group.


Posted in Reddit’s r/insaneparents subreddit with the headline, “I have many questions,” a screenshot The shocking Facebook post has garnered nearly 10,000 votes and sparked fury in a comment section of hundreds of angry parents. In the original post, as seen in Urin Magic, a Facebook Group Dedicated to the practice of urine therapy, one parent said they were mixing urine and lemonade to make popsicles for their daughter.

“I’m mixing half an ounce of my urine in lemonade and making it into popsicles for my daughter,” the post reads. “She doesn’t notice and I can already see the benefits.”


Later in the post, the parents revealed that they are feeding the same popsicles to their daughter’s friend without consulting their parents, but added that they are sure they will be “grateful” when their child’s cognitive Abilities “improved” will be “undeniable”. ,

The Urine Magic Facebook Group, which has 37,000 members, writes that urine therapy is a “natural therapy and practice of drinking your own urine for health, vitality, and longevity.” However, despite the increasing popularity of the practice, the benefits of drinking urine remain unproven.


A Facebook poster made waves when he said he was mixing his urine with lemonade and making it into popsicles for his daughter and her friend.
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According to healthlineDrinking urine is not recommended, and may introduce harmful bacteria and toxins. Between gastrointestinal problems and other infections caused by bacteria found in the urinary tract, and kidneys suffering from more stress because they are forced to filter concentrated waste products, the dangers of passing urine into the urine pose no purported health benefits. are much more than

Nevertheless, the practice is growing in popularity and, more recently, it has become associated with some anti-wax movements.

Over the weekend, Christopher Key, founder of the anti-vax website Vaccine-Police.com, posted a video on his Telegram account explaining that drinking urine is an “antidote” to the COVID vaccine. the daily beast, In the video, Key, who AL.com reports, was arrested and taken into custody in Birmingham, AL, following an outcry against Jefferson County District Judge Katrina Ross, who said the COVID vaccine was “the worst bio- weapon” he has ever seen, and that urine therapy is its “antidote”.


Whereas AL.com states that “there is no scientific evidence to support Kee’s claims,” ​​and that drinking urine is in no way beneficial, groups such as Urine Magic continue to grow and attract Internet ire. continue.

Reacting to the screenshot of the original Facebook post, the author’s shocking admission angered many Redditors.

In the top comment of the post, which garnered 4.2K votes, Redditor u/Orphylia asked the Redditor who shared the screenshot to report the Facebook post.


“OP, if you know exactly who that person is / know their Facebook name … report that to anyone, anyone, please,” he wrote.

Redditor u/stopaskinifimbleedin said it is against the law to inadvertently force your child and someone else’s child to participate in urine therapy and questioned a parent’s motive for this.

“It’s not just crazy, it’s illegal,” he remarked. “Who in their right f*****g mind would feed a pee popsicle to some other kid?!?!?”

Receiving more than 1,000 votes, Redditor u/OwlyFox said they can’t control themselves if another parent makes their child drink urine.

He wrote, “If someone told me that they made my child drink urine, I have to stop.” “Because I’ll be mad.”