Acid or Alkaline Lesions
Re: Dietary modification cannot change the acidity of any part of your body except your urine. Your bloodstream and organs control acidity in a very narrow range.
Organs have a wider range of acidity than blood, and urine and saliva have an even wider range.
Lesions (foci of disease) have a labile (easily altered) pH range.
Blood? Urine? Saliva? You’re not a puddle. You’re not all blood, all urine, or all saliva.
How to you measure your dry protein content with litmus paper?
What about your dry fat content?
The life is IN the BLOOD, but the life IS the TISSUE (’tis you).
In the same way, the life is IN the soil, but the life IS in the tree, vine, or root.
What farmer would grow radishes on an alkali flat?
What farmer would grow asparagus on an acidic mountaintop?
What is a tumor? A solidified lesion without pH buffering.
What is an ulcer? A liquefied lesion without pH buffering.
A lesion can only be measured by a Beckman pH meter or its equivalent, bearing in mind that we’re still limited to the hydrogen-ion activity in water-based solutions.
The FOCI is unbalanced, not the body, which is effectively buffered.
As an example, referenced from Dr. Emanuel Revici’s textbook …
“The pH values of the painful areas of the tumor in this case showed considerably lability under the influence of spontaneous changes in the general acid-base balance of the body, reaching a high of 8.5. At this time, the pain was very severe. The pain became unbearable following oral administration of 5 grams of sodium bicarbonate, and the pH within the same tumor area reached 8.8. The pH of the normal tissues in this case, even after the administration of strong alkalizing agents, never exceeded 7.4, while the tumor pH was never below 7.6.”