Nonetheless, that doesn't seem to be preventing the Arab world from marketing the product. Even CNN's Arabic channel is promoting it.
“A mouthful a day” is supposed to keep the doctor away, reports CNN in Arabic, under “Health and Technology.” You can take it straight up, fill up direct from the source, in capsule form – just like you would with fish oil, massage it into your hair or apply it directly to your face. There are even conferences on the “wonders and secrets of healing from camel urine,” that “camel urine is the miracle of our time and is a gift from Muhammad to mankind.”Shoebat has more videos if you can stand it.
Fatin Khorshid, of the King Fahd Medical Research Center sees it as the ultimate solution to “all sorts of ailments” like “cancer,” “digestive tract,” “diarrhea,” “sexual dysfunction,” “liver disease,” “skin ulcers,” “cosmetics,” etc.
In an effort to further promote its medicinal value in the fight against cancer worldwide, professor Khorshid has also applied for a swath of international patents. The US application, which covers “an absolutely novel use of camel urine,” focuses on PM701 (the “PM” stands for “Prophet Medicine”), obtained from the adult single-humped Arabian camel (Camelus dromedarius) found roaming natural pastures near Jeddah. ‘Separation and formulation of bioactive fraction and sub-fraction from camel urine work as anticancer agent.’ (US patent app. 2009/0297622 A1)
PM701 (the “PM” stands for “Prophet Medicine”) Amazingly, no one in the Muslim world is insulted by applying camel urine to the prophet of Islam. One seminar (starting at 1:52 mark) is given on how to gather it by poking the female camel to stimulate the urination.