Eczema Becomes Mrsa

Posted by Dan on 06/01/2007

My wife did get sodium acerbate vitamin C (powder). Now, how is it different from the run-of-the-mill, vitamin C tablets available in health stores? Does it make a difference if one take internally, per your advice, baking soda that does not have aluminum? Is that a plus? Just took a combination of these two with water for the first time. Make me slightly nauseous. Nasty stuff, in an alkaline kind of way. I am taking the turmeric powder with water, would love to switch to turmeric extract. Just want to make sure that it will still function just as good.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
388 posts

Based on both research, and what I learned, and what I observed. However, the pH cannot looked upon as the only variable, there is the issue of magnesium, iodine, and perhaps sea salt (salinity kills or weaken strep). So it won't work if you just concentrated only the pH. This fact is also known in high school biology, at least that was what was taught. I doubt the teach that anymore as public school education was going downhill since I was a student. Streptococcus survives between a pH of 4-9. Usually the body's optimal urine and blood is between 7- 7.5 which lies closer to 9. Reaching 1.5 pH more is easier than dropping pH from 7 to 4, and it required about 3 pH points down. In practice, strep growth are pretty much in control if it reaches 8, while in an acid environment, too reduce them it required a pH much closer to 4, than 5. So the figures get somewhat lopsided. The reason is really simple, the detergent effect of alkalinity solutions is somewhat more soapy and prevents it from attaching to the cells more rapidly and this cannot be tested on a petri dishes, since there is no flow of blood, making it somewhat more resistance a bit more on the alkalinity side. Since the boils or MRSA is on the skin, the blood pH is seen to be 7.36 which makes more sense to alkalize. This is also true if a staph exists in the intestinal systems where pH are more than 7. Now the problem exists that most commercial products that uses preservatives works best when pH is below 5, which goes against the body's natural alkalinity, which results in the fact that while it works, in killing off the unwanted bacteria, the stoppage, can lead to a backlash of an even worse bacterial infection since the product that was used, have just modified your body's pH to be more acid. Basically the body fends off most diseases by raising the body's temperature and alkalinity if the body detects allergy, colds, or flus to fend off the invading organism and the demands for alkalinity such as bicarbonate increases between 2-4 fold.

Replied by Charlotte
Denton, Tx, USA

Well, trying to get to ph 4 would be extraordinarily dangerous anyway, because if your blood ph goes under 7 (acidosis) it could lead to coma or death. Going as high as ph 9 could also cause problems with the nervous system.