Hydrion for Testing Urine & Saliva pH Paper (5.5-8.0)


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Made by Micro Essential Lab.

Use this product if you are going to measure pH of urine or saliva samples.  Do not use pH paper ranging from 1 to 12 because such a product cannot as precisely measure pH.
One roll pH paper provides enough for measuring pH around 100 times.
Instructions: Tear off a small part of the pH paper and dip into the sample and compare the resulting color immediately with the matching color panel, and read the corresponding No.
Monitor your pH often and correct it quickly before it causes any serious health problems.

Product information

Hydrion pH paper is the best you can use to test saliva and urine pH of saliva and urine. In order to test the pH of your saliva and urine, you need a pH paper that can precisely measure the pH between 5.5 and 8.0. Hydrion pH paper gives 12 readings (5.5, 5.8, 6.0, 6.2, 6.4, 6.6, 6.8, 7.0, 7.2, 7.4, 7.6, 7.8 and 8.0) between 5.5 and 8, which are the range of pH for the saliva and urine. In comparison, those pH papers with pH indicators on the panel ranging from 1 to 12 provide only 4 readings between 5 and 8 (5, 6, 7 and 8). That is, Hydrion pH paper is FIVE (5) times more precise that those 1 to 12 or wider paper.

This pH paper can also be used in a laboratory for different purposes such as testing pH of a drinking water sample. At home you can use this pH paper to monitor the pH of your drinking water. If it is lower than 7.0, you may need to use some alkaline supplements to raise the pH before using it. Long term exposure to a low pH drinking water may not be a good thing.

Importance of measuring your saliva/urine pH.

The pH of your saliva and urine is extremely important.

The pH of your saliva and urine is extremely important. The ideal pH should be in the range of 7.0 to 7.35. In many people, the pH may be below 7.0, which is not desired. If the pH is too low, your health is at risk for certain health condition. If you feel tired easily, chances are good that your body pH is too low.  Cancer patients often have a low pH and they feel tired easily. If you are taking certain medications, your saliva pH may be low. If your body pH is too low, you need to correct it. Low pH can be a risk factor for many health conditions. For instance, low urinary pH can promote the formation of kidney stone/gallstone as many studies suggest.

A report in the May 2005 issue of Journal of Urology has confirmed that increased urinary pH lowers the risk of gallstone formation. Acidic pH of your saliva means your teeth can be more easily damaged. Many people do not know how eating sugar can damage their teeth. In fact, not only sugar, but other acid-forming foods can low your pH and damage the teeth. When your saliva pH is acidic (lower than 7), your teeth are at risk of being eroded. If your urine pH is too low, then you are at high risk for kidney stones/gallstone! If your saliva pH is low, then the urine pH may also be low. If your pH is low, you have a simple and cheap solution.

How to correct low pH

You may increase intake of green leafy vegetables and other so called alkaline foods to correct the body pH. And you may also use some supplements. Maintaining a healthy pH can not only prevent stones such as kidney stones/gallstones, but also dissolve them that have already been formed, according to studies.

Disclaimer: No statements here have not been evaluated by the FDA.

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 19 January, 2015.


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