what does pee taste like?
What does pee taste like? It varies depending on what's in your body and the amount of water you've drank. For a first-hand experience, try this experiment: put two drops of plain old tap water into your mouth, then drink a tablespoon of cranberry juice. Do not swallow the mixture but only let it linger in your mouth for one to five minutes before spitting it out onto a dry tissue and noting how the taste has changed. You will be surprised at how much different cranberry juice tastes compared to tap water! Try another experiment by doing this with grapefruit seed extract (GSE) and orange juice or apple cider vinegar and lemonade. The GSE is a powerful antimicrobial and anti-parasitic.
This experiment will show you how your pee can taste bad and even make you sick if you eat or drink something that doesn't taste good before you go to the bathroom. You may also get some EFA's (essential fatty acids) so if you notice any pain in your stomach after drinking tea, cranberry juice, GSE, orange juice or apple cider vinegar etc., it may be due to too much emulsified fat which has a laxative effect on the body. Cranberry juice and grapefruit seed extract are all powerful antimicrobials and anti-parasitics that can kill bad bacteria and parasites. If you have parasites, they will be flushed out in your urine but the cranberry juice or GSE will taste terrible!
It's good to know that your body is trying to flush toxins from your system, but it may taste bad at first. Your pee can smell different depending on what's in your body. The most common smells include: tuna fish, maple syrup, asparagus and ammonia. So if you're around someone who smells like ammonia, don't be alarmed. It could simply mean that he hasn't gone pee for a few days (straight).