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Alka pH Test strips: 100 pieces

“For the simple and uncomplicated measurement of the pH value”

Whether our body is over-acidified can easily be measured through the urine.  

With the Alka® pH test strips you can measure the acidity of your urine to get an idea whether your body is overacidified and you should start with an active deacidification. 

  • Measure the pH of your urine easily and easily
  • Results are visible within seconds 
  • Packaging witha clear pH color gamut  
  • Laboratory-quality pH test strips for high-precision measurements
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The pH of urine and what it can tell us 

The pH of our urine is an important indicator of the state of our health. Measuring the urine pH value using indicator gauges provides an easy way to determine the current metabolic situation and the situation of the acid-base balance of our body. 


More than just a pH 

Factors that influence our pH levels include diet, stress, medication, intense physical exertion and various environmental factors. 

Too high acidity in the body can impair its function. It is important to know that our body does not have a single optimal pH. Every organ, tissue and also every body fluid has its own optimal and healthy value.  


Get to know your balance 

Our body has a built-in control mechanism in which it neutralizes and excretes excess acid waste. However, this mechanism loses effectiveness over the years with advancing age and the increasing amount of acidic waste. 

For the smooth and healthy functioning of our body, it is important to keep the acid-base balance in a healthy balance.  Measuring your pH can help you and show you what to do. 

Alka® pH test strips have been developed for simple and uncomplicated measurement of liquids. This allows you to easily measure the pH of your urine.  


Urine pH 

The pH scale ranges from 0–14, with pH 7 being neutral. Values that are less than 7 are called acidic pH values, but values above 7 are alkaline. 

The pH value of our urine varies between 5.0 and 7.5 during the day and depends, among other things, on the meals. The morning urine is usually in the acidic range, as the body excretes more acidic waste materials at night. After a meal, healthy people experience a base flood to initiate digestion. A one-time measurement would therefore not provide a correct picture.  


Get optimal measurement results 

It is ideal to measure directly in the morning, then to carry out a 2nd measurement at about 1 pm and to make a 3rd measurement in the evening at about 8 pm.  

The best result is obtained by adding up all the measurements you have taken during the day and dividing this sum by the number of measurements. 

Simply dip the pH strip in the urine, compare the colors of the strip with the color chart and learn the pH value. 


Instructions for use  

With the Alka® pH test strips, you can get an indication for the state of your acid-base balance through the urine. To get a realistic picture of your pH it is best to measure on 3 different moments on one test day. 

If you want to follow the course of your acid-base balance, you can repeat the test days in biweekly section. 


Here's how to do it right: 

  • Do not eat or drink anything the day before from 8 pm, except water. 
  • Start the test day with the measurement of the morning urine. 
  • Then test the urine in the afternoon, at about 1 pm. 
  • End the test day with a measurement at about 8 pm. 


Calculate result: 

By writing down the measured pH values, you can calculate the average daily values.  

To do this, add the 3 measurements and divide the sum by 3. An easy-to-use table for quoting and calculating the value is supplied with this product. This allows you to properly register your pH measurements in no time at all. 


What does the pH mean? 

You can interpret the result of the average pH as follows: 

  • Average pH between 6.5 and 7.0 = no significant acidification 
  • Average pH between 5.5 and 6.5 = moderate hyperacidity 
  • Average pH between 4.5 and 5.5 = severe acidification 


Net content: 100 test strips 

  • One pack is suitable for 15 months  when used every two weeks  
  • Laboratory-quality pH test strips  
  • Measuring range pH 4.5 – 10 
  • with practical pH color scale 


  • The pH value of my urine is lower (more acidic) after a few weeks of deacidification. How is this possible?

    The pH value of urine is lower because many acids are excreted through urine. Urine will only ideally have a pH of 7 or higher. However, this hardly ever happens.

  • The colors of the strip do not match the color chart. What does this mean?

    The three colors on the test strip measure the OH¯ ions or the pH value of the urine. The pH test strips measure to an accuracy of 0.5. The most similar color on the chart is the pH value of your urine. Sometimes it may be that 2 colors are indicated, for example, pH 6 while 1 color points more towards pH 5.5. Then the pH value is 5.8.

  • How often should I measure the pH value of my urine?

    That is up to you. Some people measure weekly while others never measure their pH.

  • How come that the pH value of my urine fluctuates so much?

    Measuring with a pH strip is like taking a snapshot, it measures the moment. Factors (such as stress and nutrition) can influence the pH value.

  • My urine pH is alkaline. Can I still be acidified?

    You can indeed be acidified even though you have an alkaline pH value. When waste products have been deposited in the body in a solid form, you can not measure them in your urine any longer, as they arent in there.