Every day, you're undoubtedly flushing a nutrient-rich, renewable fertilizer down the toilet: your urine.
According to studies, human urine may be utilized as a safe and effective agricultural fertilizer.
Furthermore, research indicates that utilizing urine as a substitute for commercial chemical fertilizers might have a favorable environmental impact.
"If you preserve all of your pee in a day, there's enough fertilizer in there to grow all of the
wheat needed to create a loaf of bread," said Abraham Noe-Hays, research director at Rich Earth Institute.
"It's a massive amount of nutrients, and it could grow a substantial percentage of our nutritional needs just from the nutrients in our pee."