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pH: the scale is 0-14.  Below 7.0 is acid; above 7.0, alkaline.  Urine is the body fluid of choice for measuring pH.  pH infers acidity/alkalinity, but does NOT measure them.  pH is a guide only.

Click this link for a full discussion of pH and this link for a discussion of acidity & alkalinity, here.

Overview

Terrain pH is an indicator of the amount of waste circulating in body fluids [urine/saliva/lymph] or in tissue spaces and joints.

Please read Special Insights, Cancer, Acidity, Fermentation & pH in the Archive Link above.

Another discussion of terrain acidity and alkalinity and its relationship to WASTE & PH is discussed in the Special Insights Bad Breath & Body Odor  Click this link to read it.

Also, see Yeast in this link for additional details on this closely related topic.

You can read about the TERRAIN pH PROTOCOL by clicking hyperlink.

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