LindaJoy Posted August 17, 2007 Report Share Posted August 17, 2007 Hi, ya'll,Just wondering. My system had been a little acidic there for awhile, so I got some litmus strips--the cheap kind that turn either red (acidic), blue (alkaline) or don't turn at all (neutral).Mine were turning a bit blue, so I felt okay that I wasn't too acidic. Today, mine didn't turn at all. Neither did the urine on them. That means I'm "neutral," according to the little card the pharmacist included with my vile of strips. That's fine and dandy, but what does "neutral" mean with regard to my body's acid level?Any clarification is appreciated. I've been all over the internet, and they mostly are concerned with too high of acid levels. What if I'm not showing acid? Or, is that what a reading of "neutral" means?And, how accurate are these strips? I've never used them before.Thanks.Lindajoy Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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