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Posted by: shells, Tuesday, December 9, 2008, 1:36am
I have a friend who went to a saliva and urine testing seminar and wanted samples to take with her....so I donated  ;)

Both my urine and saliva were too alkaline but the  readout from my very alkaline saliva is a bit worrying, although it does tend to answer the constipation and malabsorbtion I have had most of my life.   :P

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Saliva pH is alkaline and indicates that for the time of the samples supplied you were unable to adequately start the digestive process in the mouth.  This indicates that both liver and pancreas may be stressed.  Staying consistently in an over alkaline state will lead to contraction of muscles, constipation and stagnation and the bowel becoming a breeding and feeding ground for parasites, bacteria, yeasts and fungi.  Moving towards the ideal zone of 6.2 to 6.6 and bringing all other numbers into their ideal states will lead to more energy and vitality.  Ideal digestion takes place when the pH for both urine and saliva are consistently in the ideal zone of 6.2 to 6.6.  


Without paying for an expensive consult can anyone help with bring the pH into line?  Or does anyone have or has had this situation?

I would love any comments   :)
Posted by: Lola, Tuesday, December 9, 2008, 2:44am; Reply: 1
first BT and now GT has given my body the balance it needs.
Posted by: shells, Tuesday, December 9, 2008, 6:12am; Reply: 2
That's great Lola maybe you have good genes.  I don't know.  Why hasn't it worked for me?  

Does anybody know what am I doing wrong?  

Sometimes I get so down always trying to fix myself.  Is it because of so many years of bad eating?  Is it because of Rh- ?  Nonnie?  Bad Explorer genes from utero?  Is it a chemistry problem?  If so why?  
Posted by: Lola, Tuesday, December 9, 2008, 6:35am; Reply: 3
it s been over 13 years of compliance.....
Posted by: Curious, Tuesday, December 9, 2008, 8:15am; Reply: 4
I am intrested in Shell's question as well. I think my saliva and urine are also on the alkaline side. I'll measure tomorrow morning to check.
Posted by: Curious, Wednesday, December 10, 2008, 10:39am; Reply: 5
I did the measuring and my urine is acid - 5.8, my saliva is alkaline - 7.2. I have a little book by Herman Aihara called "Acid & Alkaline" and he talks about 7.4 being ideal for "body fluids". I think he means blood, but I am not sure.
Posted by: Lola, Wednesday, December 10, 2008, 10:30pm; Reply: 6
he does not mean blood.
the only Dr I know using the blood connection in everything he
studies and prescribes is Dr D.
Posted by: shells, Friday, December 12, 2008, 9:34am; Reply: 7
Curious, bodily fluids are usually taken to mean the accessible type in my understanding, e.g. saliva, breast milk, urine, semen etc.

Your reading is high according to the test I did, but not as high as mine.....hmmmm, maybe it varies throughout the day.  I had to write down everything I ate for that day and the meal the night before including sups.  Also with the test, you were not allowed any foods for a few hours before saliva sample or any drink and no toothpaste - in other words nothing in the mouth.

I want to look into this further....
Posted by: Alek, Friday, December 12, 2008, 10:57am; Reply: 8
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When healthy, the pH of blood is 7.4, the pH of spinal fluid is 7.4, and the pH of saliva is 7.4. Thus the pH of saliva parallels the extra cellular fluid...pH test of saliva represents the most consistent and most definitive physical sign of the ionic calcium deficiency syndrome...The pH of the non-deficient and healthy person is in the 7.5 (dark blue) to 7.1 (blue) slightly alkaline range. The range from 6.5 (blue-green) which is weakly acidic to 4.5 (light yellow) which is strongly acidic represents states from mildly deficient to strongly deficient, respectively. Most children are dark blue, a pH of 7.5. Over half of adults are green-yellow, a pH of 6.5 or lower, reflecting the calcium deficiency of aging and lifestyle defects.

or average PH:
http://biomedx.com/pH/page9.html
Posted by: TJ, Monday, December 15, 2008, 7:27pm; Reply: 9
I'm sure salivary pH varies through the day, and with what you eat or drink.
Posted by: shells, Tuesday, December 16, 2008, 11:00am; Reply: 10
Thank you so much Alek for that website....just the information I was looking for   :D

The previous page mentions the non absorbtion and cell permeability (which I was diagnosed, with a live cell test) !

Cheers
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