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Major Breakthrough--I finally tested the Akaline Boosting PH Drops Theory-A MUST READ

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Theory: Alkaline drops can turn acidic liquors and wines into alkaline drinks so that they can be injested by people with Herpes. We have talked about this in several posts and someone asked if I could experiment with Alkalife or another Alkaline boosting drop.

Problem. I cannot drink any liquor, beer or wine without a breakout the next day. I quit drinking everything which has been very tough on my social life, however I have adjusted.

Equipment: I performed one round of tests using my new PH strips. Now these only show me 5.5 (somewhat acidic-8(pure alkaline). I am assuming anything that shows up the yellow color around 5.5 could be 5.5 or below. For the drops I used Body Rescue Alkaline PH Booster Drops from my healthfood store. PH 12.25.

Experiment: 1 small sushi Dish=Rose Table Wine, No Drops.

1 small sushi Dish=Rose Table Wine, 8 Drops.

1 small sushi Dish=Malibu Rum, No Drops.

1 small sushi Dish=Malibu Rum, 8 Drops.

Small Liquid amounts were equal across all 4 sushi dishes.

Experiment 2: 1 shot of Malibu and enough water for 1 small cocktail size drink

Results Experiment 1: The Booster did not change the wine at all so the theory that it boosts wine is false. However, (AND I CONSIDER THIS A MAJOR DISCOVERY), the Booster changed the highly acidic liquor to 8.0 Alkaline. I thought something might be messed up so I tested it again. Same Results.

Results Experiment 2: It took 100 drops of the Booster to get anywhere near the small amount of liquid and rum results which only took 8. Even at this I still only achieved a PH of 7.6.

Discussion: This is a major discovery with the small amount of rum, however rum has a lot of sugar which is also bad. I am wondering should I only drink shots where I add alkaline booster instead of an entire drink? The entire drink t(1 shot of rum and 3/4 cup water) took 100 drops just to get close to the small sushi dish results. I can't go around adding 100 drops to every drink.

If I add booster directly to the shot before pouring it into the water cocktail glass I wonder if it would still take 100 drops once the water was added? I don't have enough for that experiment. It may be better to take a shot and chase it with water but not to mix the two. Thoughts?

I am nervous about Human Trials still.

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fullofhope27

I have a friend who is on a low acid diet due to intestinal problems. She bought some pills at the drugstore that supposedly "take the acid out of food". She took two before she drank every drink she had over the weekend and didnt have any problems. I dont know what they are called but they may be worth trying? I dont have a problem with acidic foods so I'm not sure if they would help.

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Was23
I have a friend who is on a low acid diet due to intestinal problems. She bought some pills at the drugstore that supposedly "take the acid out of food". ... I dont know what they are called...

Um, TUMS?

Is this supposed to work just for oral herpes, to stop OBs in the mouth? (i.e., on surfaces that come into direct contact with the liquid?) Or is it a systemic effect, where drinking acidic liquids leads to outbreaks in other places? If the latter, why not just take antacids?

BTW, pH is only one measure of the acidity of a liquid. You also need to know the "buffer power": that is, the amount of base or acid needed to move the pH by some unit.

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ntdc

Systemic effect. I've also mentioned antacids would accomplish the same and be cheaper.

You can read more about this line of thinking here:

http://www.trans4mind.com/nutrition/pH.html

I really enjoy their goldfish analogy at the bottom.

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ntdc

Well I will give them the benefit of the doubt insomuch as the diet certainly does not promote unhealthy eating (you cant say the same for most other fad diets or cleanses).

It is probably beneficial for some people with kidney problems or osteoporosis, as far as curing/preventing cancer or other diseases I don't know if I would really put much stock in that.

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