“Joyce” first noticed an increase in energy and mental clarity along with relief from joint pain. When she returned to have her high blood pressure checked, the results were so positive that her doctor thought she had been taking prescription medication.
It’s important to understand how pH levels work. The scale on which we measure pH is logarithmic, meaning that each whole pH value below 7 is ten times more acidic than the next higher digit. If the pH changes from 7 to 8, then the substance is 10 times more alkaline. Conversely, if it changes from 7 to 6, it is ten times more acidic. Tap water has a pH of 7. This is a neutral pH; it is neither alkaline nor acidic. Later we will explain how municipal tap water is maintained at a neutral level and the adverse effects of this.