Human Chorionic Gonadotropin hCG, is a hormone produced by the placenta after implantation had taking place in the endometrium of the uterus. This hormone when elevated in the body can be detected in the blood and in the urine. It is the major key factor for determining pregnancy.
How can you test for pregnancy using Salt and Urine?
First and foremost, gather some urine in a bowl. Thereafter, add a little amount of salt to the urine. Stir the urine to dissolve the salt.
Let it react for few minutes to allow cuddling to take place. If there are Cuddles, i.e, a milk cheese like color in the urine, then it indicates pregnant. However, if the urine retains its color without cuddles, then you are not pregnant.
See illustration below.