How to Lower a High Ph Level?

Posted by Rita (St. Petersburg, FL) on 09/20/2006

Ph Level High, Need to lower it -- very nervous. My husband died 3 Aug 06. Very stress out, trying to maintain health need direction of how to keep a normal ph balance urine, also taking primrose oil for skin problems, 55 years of age weight 110, need to take the correct dosage of vitamins. I feel like the vitamins and distilled water recommended by health food places made my ph level acidic. Help

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

Dear Rita: Drink regular water or mineral water. Drinking distilled water will quickly deplete him of the needed pH buffer. So take some baking soda plus citric acid (1/4 teaspoon baking soda and 1/4 teaspoon of citric acid) Take once in morning, and once in evening. The pH should be in an acceptable range. Try to avoid coral calcium, as the older you are the more you need the magnesium. Therefore take magnesium citrate and zinc acetate supplements. Other forms of magnesium is magnesium gluconate and magnesium chloride are acceptable. Ted