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Pee Pill.

Power to the Pee Pill.
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Urine therapy,
[link],
All other ideas pertaining to the subject have evaporated into the ether.
I can't help but wonder why?
Could be the, Ew! factor. Regardless of reasons, it's time to swing the spotlight back onto this centuries, nay, thousands of year old practice.

For me, it's definitely the Ew! factor, so I thought...what if there was a service?

Enter -The people's Pee Pill-

For a low fee, our trained collectors will gather samples of your own, (after the first few seconds of flow), urine, every morning
This, already sterile, kidney blood filtration process by-product, will be further dehydrated and processesed until it is rendered into powder and then encapsulated in a non-stick gel-cap coating.

These daily supplements will begin arriving within one month of signing with UrOnTrack Inc.

Your on track with UrOnTrack Inc.


Ewwwwwww! http://en.wikipedia.../wiki/Urine_therapy
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jun 05 2007]

Veni vidi vici vino. http://www.nutraing...49426-us-team-beats
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jun 06 2007]

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       not powered by robots then.
po, Jun 05 2007
  

       I have one kidney. It worked its little glomeruli off all night to clear out all that creatinine and urea. Then bring it all back? I think my kidney would blow me a raspberry and die.
lurch, Jun 05 2007
  

       Collecting urine is a really good idea - but it's plants that need it, not people. Eat the plants that drank the pee, not the dried pee.
Cosh i Pi, Jun 05 2007
  

       So, you're in therapy?
xandram, Jun 05 2007
  

       <Barbra>Peo-ple... who need Pee-Pill...</Barbra>
csea, Jun 05 2007
  

       +zeno
zeno, Jun 05 2007
  

       there are things called no-mix toilets for re-cycling one's pee.
po, Jun 06 2007
  

       I'm intrigued as to how you came up with this idea
punk_punker, Jun 06 2007
  

       For years I have been saying, "You just watch, the first company to figure out how to turn, whatever is in red wine that is good for you into a pill, is going to make millions." They have just done so. [link]   

       I had also read about urine therapy.
I don't like the thoughts of swilling my own pee. I thought that the same benefits might be derived in pill form and found that the idea didn't tweak my gag reflex.
  

       What [lurch] said.
david_scothern, Jun 06 2007
  

       [2 fries] If I believed in the therapeutic value of pee consumption, I might agree with you about having it in pill form. But I'm not inclined to believe in the therapeutic value - [lurch] and [david_scothern] have it right, I think.
Cosh i Pi, Jun 06 2007
  

       Could be.   

       [Lt_Frank] There's a thought. If they survived it, you know it's not a fatal dose. Assuming your body weight isn't a lot less than theirs.   

       Gives a whole new application for royal food tasters.
Cosh i Pi, Jun 07 2007
  
      
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