Luke Cummo: Nothing can hydrate better than YOURine

Monday, December 20, 2010

When it comes to diet, we would be remiss in not mentioning what Joe Rogan seemingly referenced in each of Luke’s fights: urine therapy. Although Luke does not want to be known as ” the guy who drinks his own pee” , he agreed to explain his reasoning. However, his understanding of nutrition and science extends much further than simply drinking urine. It is one part of a health conscious lifestyle that he has meticulously researched and personally employs.

Andrew Dodds: What are the exact chemical properties you seek from urine therapy?

Luke Cummo: Chemistry is limited in it’s scope because it doesn’t take into account the electromagnetic properties of all of life.  Its part of an outdated paradigm that gave us things like aluminium smelted fluoride for our teeth and vaccinations.  I don’t recommend either of those, to be clear.

AD: What are the benefits of these properties?

LC: Next time you pee look closely at the stream and see the light coming from within the liquid.  This is what animates you and should be conserved.  Urine therapy is about conservation of one’s self and is so useful for treating all kinds of conditions, even tumours and blood sugar and digestive challenges.  It can be applied externally as well.

AD: Do you treat the urine prior to consumption or take it directly?

LC: The fresher, the better.  For external use it can be stored overnight in a cool, dark place to potentiate.  I put it in glass but wood, clay, crystal, and some metal is ok.  6 months stored urine becomes a powerful and wonderful evacuative.

AD: How much and how often do you consume urine?

LC: I drink as much as I can as often as I can.  I had corrective surgery to repair a broken nose sustained in a professional fight at the beginning of my career.  I was relatively young and went to the after-party instead of the hospital, then it was broken a couple of times since.  Now I snort my urine whenever I can because it feels amazing, although its taking a while to get used to putting stuff up the nose.  Right now I do about a half cup between the two nostrils.  My left side is still blocked a little and takes some effort to get the liquid through.  I still have months to go before being fully recovered.  If I didn’t do what I do, I wouldn’t be as far along as I am- the surgery was in October.

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