How to Use Urine to Cure Fungus. Using urine to cure athlete's foot fungus was nationally proclaimed by Madonna on the David Letterman show in the 1990s. Human urine is sterile. Fungus can be treated by sterilizing it. Although it is not widely used in America, human urine has been used in medicine for thousands of years. World War II prisoners of war used urine as a disinfectant.
Curing fungus requires a combination of treatment. Fungus thrives in stagnant, damp areas, so cleaning up the area where the fungus thrives will begin the eradication process. Washing the area with urine is an effective disinfecting agent.
Bathe an area, such as the feet, in urine. The urine bath allows a concentrated sterilizing effect. This is especially useful for athlete's foot fungus. The bathing of the infected area should be done in a tub or on a towel to avoid staining the treatment area.
Collecting urine should be done fresh daily. Use of the patient's own urine for urine therapy is recommended. The human body filters everything that passes through the urinary system. Traditional medicine's view of urine is that the body manufacturers this substance as a medicine and it should be used as such.
Use the treatment two or three times a day.
Find a urine therapy practitioner, although this can be difficult in America. The field of homeopathic medicine is the most likely place to find a medical professional who could offer advice and treatment.