Toxikator – An Entirely New pH Self-Testing Method
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With the TOXIKATOR pH tester, it is now possible for the first time to carry out an accurate, fast, hygienic self-test.
The TOXIKATOR measures the pH value of the skin. The tests are carried out with reliable and consistent results.
small – compact – hygienic – accurate – easy to use
Four simple strokes of the TOXIKATOR pH tester, on the inside crook of the elbow, are sufficient enough to determine the acid-alkaline levels.
A single application is sufficient to determine the pH value, after applying the strokes, a visible (washable) blue stain will be left on the skin. This initial blue stain will change color to a pink tone in a matter of time.
The speed of the color change indicates whether hyperacidity is present
From blue to pink
After 10 seconds: very slight acid excess
After 30 seconds: slight acid excess
After 60 seconds: medium acid excess
For best results check your pH levels three times a week.
The TOXIKATOR tester is sufficient for about 120 checks
The skin, which is the body’s largest organ, is sometimes called the “third kidney” because it expels toxic matter. It takes as little as 30 seconds for the skin to reflect the pH value fluctuations taking place in the tissue, which indicates the metabolic process in the body. Metabolites, such as amino acids, pyruvic acid, lactic acid, uric acid, sodium chloride, potassium chloride, calcium, magnesium and choline, can be found on the skin’s surface. The skin’s pH indicates how nutrition influences the acid-alkaline equilibrium, so it is well suited for a pH test. With the TOXIKATOR pH tester it is possible to test one’s own skin to determine pH.
Since the skin’s pH values differ with different parts of the body, it is important to use specific places suitable for testing, such as the crook of the elbow where values can vary from a pH of approximately 4.2 to 6.8. Four simple strokes of the TOXIKATOR pH tester on the skin at the crook of the elbow are enough to determine the current acid-alkaline level. The TOXIKATOR will indicate the body’s pH by the speed with which the color changes on the skin from blue to pink. The speed of the color change from blue to pink indicates whether acidity is present.
The following chart provides the results of the measurement by the time (speed) it takes for the color to change from blue to pink, which indicates the pH:
after 10 seconds: very slightly acidic
after 20 seconds: slightly acidic
after 1 minute: medium acidity*
after 3 minutes: pronounced acidity
after 5 minutes: very pronounced acidity
If in doubt of your measurement you may wipe the TOXIKATOR and apply a second test after waiting one minute.
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Acid-alkaline balance, or pH, is a widely discussed topic in the natural health and medical media today due to mineral, vitamin and oxygen deficiencies. However, there remains a great deal of misunderstanding and misinformation about both the facts and importance of pH level, including how it is best measured. The following information is intended to provide you with the technical understanding necessary to assess and evaluate the remarkable new method of testing your own pH balance.
As you know, the Potential of Hydrogen (pH) in relation to the body means the body’s internal environment in terms of acids and alkalines. On the pH measurement scale neutral is number 7. Acids have a lower number and alkalines a higher number. Even though research about how diet affects body pH dates back as far as 1914, it’s only recently that we’ve begun to seriously consider the fact that long term health is favorably influenced by a pH of neutral or slightly alkaline.
Acid-Alkaline Balance (equilibrium)
Human life and the health of the body depend on the maintenance of its organs and internal environment. That’s why the body has internal monitoring systems in place. For example, the body’s temperature, hormones, water, electrolytes (specific minerals), and acidity and alkalinity are closely linked to each other and influenced by each other. Ideally, the monitoring system keeps the internal environment within a range that enables the body to function in a healthy way. The metabolic process constantly produces acids. For example, uric acid is a by product of protein metabolism. However, it is vital that hydrogen-ion-concentration, the acidity characterized by the pH value, does not deviate from the normal range. Even small deviances outside of the normal range, including a healthy pH range, can result in health problems.
The regulation of pH takes place in mainly three ways: through buffering, breathing, and well functioning kidneys. Most people, unfortunately, pay little attention to bodily functions and seldom consider their pH balance when making their food choices. The onset of one or more of the several chronic diseases prevalent today then is often met with surprise. Even young people are affected today, despite what parents believe is a good diet and lifestyle.
It is important to realize that chronic diseases, that is disease that develops over time, develop first and foremost when the body’s pH regulatory mechanisms are over burdened, resulting in drastic imbalance and disease.
Why Urine Based pH Strip Tests Do Not Work
Measuring Acidity and Alkalinity
Determining the pH value of the body is possible. However, standard acid levels vary in different areas of the body. For example the normal pH in the intestines is 8, while the stomach is 1.2.
Until recently, the common pH measurement methods included: blood testing, which measures pH between 7.35 and 7.45; saliva testing, which measures from 6.35 and 6.85; and urine testing for a measurement between 4.8 and 8. If a laboratory does the urine test it is quite precise; however the self-tests using litmus paper strips often result in unreliable readings since so many factors affect urine pH throughout the day.
Some of the main categories of factors that affect urine pH include: excessive or prolonged exercise, disease, drugs, dehydration and diet. The result is a body that is required to excrete a certain amount of acid each day. For example, excessive exercise generates lactic acid, which is excreted in the urine, in turn lowering the pH of the urine. Therefore a urine measurement is not a true reflection of the state of the overall body.
Another example of why the self-test using urine is not accurate is the timing of the last meal. The typical Western diet includes food rich in animal protein, refined and processed foods, fast foods, white sugar and flour, coffee, soda pop and alcohol. Chronic disease, such as diabetes, is associated with increased acid production, such as may deplete one’s water volume, which stimulates a reflex mechanism for the kidneys to conserve water and excrete acid.