When the pH level of the human body is too acidic, the body sends the acidity to certain organs. What does it mean? The higher pH level increases the total acidity in the body. What are the consequences? When the pH value is less than 7, it means that the environment is acidic. If the pH value is greater than 7, then the environment is alkaline. pH value of 7 has a neutral value.

Each body has its own pH value. Human skin has a pH value of 5.5 which means that the acidity of the digestive tract has a pH value of 1.5 to 7. Sometimes it may be acidic, alkaline or neutral.


PH balance in the human body is maintained by the lungs and kidneys. If they do not work, then more than likely is that the acidity of the body will tend to increase.

Generally, the human body is alkaline nature with pH value between 7.35 and 7.45. Until the level of pH range within these limits, we are talking about a healthy organism. The increase of acidity in the body kills the cells in the body or they mutate. When mutated cells begin to grow in an uncontrolled manner, metastasis occurs. These cells become malignant and cancerous.