"i drank urine for a month and didn’t really experience any effect "
Methods such as amaroli are not intended to be practiced alone by themselves, but in combination with a number of other techniques as part of a systematic discipline. The same is the case with all the methods of yoga - whether it is with asana, pranayam, mudras, bandhas, kriyas, mantras, yantras, and so on. And depending on where you are along the path, these methods are going to work differently according to your relative condition. For one person, he may be practicing asana or pranayam for months with little to no effect. For another - just in five minutes, he can become intensely intoxicated almost on the verge of entering deep into meditation. For one person, he may be practicing methods like Maha Bandha and find it to be of little to no effect. For another, the same method has been the cause for the awakening of Kundalini. For one person, he may trying to practice meditation for hours without any result - for another, within a few moments he can enter in a deep samadhi. The problem with most people is that everybody wants a quick fix, not realizing that if you are to derive anything at all from these methods - a certain commitment and one-pointed discipline is needed. The effects are gradual, cumulative. If you expect to practice a technique for a mere month and achieve results, then you may as well abandon all of the methods of yoga altogether. Even for sitting meditation - when I was an ascetic it took me four months of continuous training until I could enter into even the first dhyana.
“my friend told me that the body creates a cure for the diseases of the body and it comes out in your pee”
Don’t listen to your friend.
“and ill tell you if it works in a few months”
It will not, because these methods don’t work like that.