pH Hydrion Paper/Strips (Acid/Alkaline) Saliva/Urine

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pH Paper -- Range of 4.5 Acidic to 8.5 Alkaline

 
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1 Single Roll of pH Paper/Strips.  Ranges from 4.5 (acidic) to 8.5 (alkaline) in .5 increments.  These pH paper rolls are 1/4 inch wide x 15 feet long.  Each roll can provide 600 or more tests depending on the length you use (1.5 to 2 inch is recommended).  pH Acid/Alkaline Article | More pH Information

The color chart has pH matches at [4.5], [5.0], [5.5], [6.0], [6.5], [7.0], [7.5], [8.0] and [8.5]
$21.30 $15.97
1 Single Roll of pH Paper/Strips.  Ranges from 6.0 (acidic) to 8.0 (alkaline) at .2 to .4 increments.  These pH paper rolls are 1/4 inch wide x 15 feet long.  Each roll can provide 600 or more tests depending on the length you use (1.5 to 2 inch is recommended).  pH Acid/Alkaline Article | More pH Information

The color chart has pH matches at [6.0], [6.4], [6.8], [7.0], [7.2], [7.6] and [8.0]
$21.30 $15.97


These
hydrion pH papers have color matches displaying excellent color separations.  They can be used to test urine, saliva, and/or anything that is water-based.

To test powders, such as baking soda, water is necessary.  First, test the water (which is likely neutral to acidic) without baking soda.  Then mix a pinch of baking soda with an ounce or less of non-tested water and notice the change in pH to a high alkaline base.

1.  Saliva -- Deposit a small amount of saliva on a pH strip while grasping the strip with your fingers.  Compare to the color chart after 2-3 seconds.  The closest color match determines pH level.

There are many variables when testing saliva compared to urine.  Everything you put in your mouth at any given time can affect the accuracy of your measurement.  Since it is prudent to test 4-5 times per day for at least a week (establish an average), we suggest the urine method below for higher accuracy.  Urine doesn't have the huge up-down-swings of saliva since it has to make its way through the body without the influence of things you frequently put in your mouth throughout the day.

2.  Urine -- Dip pH paper in urine flow and then compare to color chart after 2-3 seconds.  The closest color match determines the pH level.  Test 4-5 times per day for at least a week to establish an average.  Morning urine is typically more alkaline than mid-day/evening urine due to bodily adjustments during sleep.  This is due, in part, to the relaxed state from sleep which encourages alkalinity.  Stress typically occurs during waking hours and is a major cause of acidity.

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