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Except in cases of kidney or urinary tract infection (UTI), urine is virtually sterile and nearly odorless.
Urine has also been historically used as an antiseptic. In times of war, when other antiseptics were unavailable, urine, the darker the better, was utilized on open wounds as an antibacterial.
A friend once told me that if I cut myself in the bush and had no water I could clean the wound with my urine, as it (urine) is sterile. Was he correct?