Re: UT effects
Yeah you can look up the ph for lemons or anything you have and rely on the paper that is closest or an average of the two.
Saliva indicates your cells intercellular PH and your urine, the extra cellular and lymphatic spaces, PH, both approximate, but informative for our needs.
The conversion factor is (.8), so multiply what the litmus paper or electrical PH sensor reads, with (.8) to get a more accurate PH rating (tho both these methods are only approx.)
The basic is to test saliva in the morning before any food or water(or else waiting multiple hrs after eating).
And Urine reading taken after relieving the morning fluid from that nights processing. And it should not be lower than 6.5
So the idea is that along with the UT assistence treatment we can follow our cell and lymph voltage(PH) figureing if we need to do more to assure a healthy voltage. The UT obviously wasnt doing the job for #20550 adequately enough perhaps because of inefficient digestion(which is a #1 severe problem to our being healthy) and or hormonal imballance and or internal congestion of blood, lymph and or Liver/GB ect organ(s) caused by his lifestyle affecting his acid tending conditions into an evermore encompassing low voltage(PH) acidic state. More UT without addressing the PH actuality most likely isnt going to work for him.
While many have described UT as like a magic treatment, they are most often repeating what they have read and the concept that somehow ingesting the nutriant/mineral/element/hormonal mix that is already presently circulating in our bloodstream is more conjecterd hope than found and experienced truth. It can be the oft repeated as truth UT stem cell myth found in the online UT forums or refering to J Armstrong's, very likeable and valuable to a degree book as definitvly reliable as a guide for curing all disease, UT is a controversy provoking therapy, because of these uninvestigated half truths continually used as evidence.
For every person like Martha and people in J Armstrong's 70 year old anecdotal stories book, (and not to be critical because of those elements, just that we need to continually insearch of the reasonable proofs of our findings and not just repeat things that prop up our ideas without serious proof) who recovered long term unhealable illness, there are innumerable patients who found only superficila results from using UT. And Martha's story while certainly pursuasive wasnt investigated as to any specifics other than she got well, after being sick fo very long, and that is also excellent and informative, but its only a start if we are going to tell others that they will easily experience the same results.
For many, perhaps the hope is enough for us to trust and try UT but its not enough to purport UT as always a beneficial idea for anything other than as a health tonic, for whicy it is excellent in my experience, based on one's diet as caveat, of course.