Why is PH so important? Why is ORP so important?

- Apr 17, 2019-


Shift of the equilibrium toward the acidity of the system is one of the main causes of many diseases. Doctors and scientists have found that all cancer patients have pH rate of blood lower than healthy people. The average cancer patient blood pH rate is below 7.35.


anterial pH —7.35-7.45

venous blood pH — 7.26-7.36

lymph pH — 7.35-7.40

pH of interstitial fluid — 7.3

salivary pH — 7.43

Why is ORP so important?

ORP (oxidation-Reduction Potential) of the water is a measure of its oxidizing or restoring quality. If ORP is positive, water oxidizes the substances with which it starts reaction, and with a negative ORP - restores them, acting as an antioxidant. Differences of ORP rate of the human body (-100mV) and of drinking water (+200~ +600mV) mean that the body is forced to change the oxidation-restorative properties of drinking water. But if the drinking water has ORP close to ORP of water inside the human body, it's assimilated immediately, as it has biocompatibility on this parameter.