Meaning of the pH factor

The pH factor is a measure of the acid or basic character of a watery solution (see Wikipedia), e.g., of the body liquid or cell liquid. 


One divides the pH factors of liquids as follows  


- pH <7 is an acid liquid         

            6,5 - 6.8 light hyperacidity         

            5,5 - 6.5 strong hyperacidity          

            4,0 - 5.5 disease cancer  


- pH = 7 is a neutral liquid         

            6,9 - 7.2 qualities of pure water  


- pH> 7 is a basic (alkaline) liquid          

            7,3 - 7.6 healthy basic liquids   


You can ascertain your pH factor by means of a simple pH factor stripe (a pH factor test from the pharmacy). The scientist Dr. Otto Warburg received in 1931 the Nobel prize of the medicine for finding the cause and the survival mechanisms from cancer cells. Warburg discovered that cancer cells can only grow with absence of oxygen admission in the body, while healthy cells need oxygen. Besides, he noted that a low pH factor (overacidified bodies) is more cancerous, because a low pH factor means a high resistance against oxygen absorption. The humans who have a high pH factor (more than 7.4) never get cancer and have always high oxygen level in the blood.

All cancer kinds, in absolutely every category, die fast if the pH factor goes out more than 8.5. Cancer patients have in general a pH factor of 4 and 5 and about half of oxygen in the blood. Cancer is not compatibly with healthy pH levels which are completely full of oxygen. It is verified in many independent studies that the whole pH factor becomes acid (cancer-causing) above all by a bad food, heavy metal toxicity, pharmaceuticals, emotional stress and mineral deficits. 


from: The cancer report: The cancer industry and the way to health freedom