Phinex Diagnostic Ph Test Strips, 80ct -2 pack (160 strips) Results in 15 Seconds Balance Your pH today
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Interested in finding out your pH level, but never been taught how to do it? Then this is the place to start. Phinex Diagnostic pH Test Strips are the best pH testing strips void for learning if your body is overly acidic or in an optimal pH state. Phinex Diagnostic pH Test Strips are the simple to read single pad test strips with the widest range on the market and unlike rolls of pH tape, our plastic strips don't bleed while testing either your urine or saliva. Phinex pH test strips are the fastest, most right, and simple-to-use pH indicating harvest that you can use to test urine and saliva pH.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #37 in BISS
- Brand: Phinex
- Number of items: 1
- Super sensitive and accurate- 15 seconds results
- Wide range of 4.5 - 9.0
- Easier to read than pH paper-No bleeding, no mess
- 25 pH unit increments- Practitioner preferred
- Measures Urine and Saliva
Most helpful customer reviews
279 of 290 people found the following review helpful.
Seem pretty accurate. Container could be a little more user friendly
Because we wanted to be sure that the pH strips we were purchasing were accurate, we bought two different types. We bought these (the Phinex) strips and we also bought the "PHion Balance PHion Diagnostic Ph Test Strips, 90-Count"
Our family tested out both of the different strips over a few weeks and found that these strips (the Phinex) were much more accurate than the PHion strips.
Water should have a pH of 7.0 so, assuming that our water is what it should be, we tested these strips and they were right on 7.0 from our water.
We tested the other strips (the PHion) and they tested the water as 6.5-6.75.
Testing ourselves, we found that the other strips (the PHion) tested more acidic than the Phinex.
The only thing that we don't like about these strips (the Phinex) is that they come in a plastic container that makes it hard to get the lid on and off. It would be so much better if they came in a little bottle like the PHion do.
You'll want to be careful when opening these from their little container box that you don't pull too hard or when the cap finally does come off, some of the strips may go flying with the force (the force of you pulling that is, not The Force :)
What really got us started on testing our pH was reading the book The pH Miracle which had some very good background on why pH levels are so important, success stories, and recipes that our family enjoys quite a bit. Some of the theories are just that, theories, but the evidence that we do know and is presented in the book is pretty good.
109 of 125 people found the following review helpful.
NOT-Defective (Phinex Diagnostic Ph 80ct - 2 pack)
By Ra'id Khalil
This is my original:After reading a review, I tested both packs with distilled water (should be close to 7), both measured around 5.5 or so.
Then got a NaCl IV from a doctor friend. this one supposed to be very close to blood ph of 7.35-7.45. they measured 5.5 and 5.75 or so.
I'm returning it. Not happy at all as I bought it based on reviews. Darn it, it should NOT be difficult to measure PH level.
This is the Edited version: I was wrong. after reading more about it, it does not work on water. I did more testing, and it's actually pretty good. I moved it form 1 to 4 stars. the missing info that took me at 2 hours worth or reading should not be missing, that's why not 5 stars.
23 of 26 people found the following review helpful.
By Chris D. Wight
Everything measured around 5.5. We tested tap water, filtered water, salt water, saliva, apple juice, lemon juice, urine, and yes, even battery acid (a little crusty residue from the leads, mixed with water). The strip registered exactly the same for everything.