Unlike his successors in the urine therapy industry, J.W. Armstrong at least champions the "science" of what he believes - and what great breakthrough to the scientific mainstream wasn't lengthily pissed on by the straights before finally winning acceptance
Judging by the table of contents, most of The Water of Life consists of case histories in which Armstrong's Secret Ingredient is put to work on everything from gangrene to cancer. The impression that comes across in the Foreword is of a 1940s version of Deepak Chopra - erudite, engaging, well-meaning, perhaps genuinely not seeking to profit from an over-eager flock...
...but when you get down to brass tacks, he still thinks drinking pee is a good idea.
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