pH Test Strips

90 Easy and convenient testing strips that provide an accurate reading of your body’s pH
  • Super sensitive and accurate
  • Wide range of 4.5 - 9.0
  • Easier to read than pH paper
  • No bleeding, no mess
  • Economical
  • Practitioner preferred
  • Tests urine or saliva
  • 90 count per bottle

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  • Organically Grown
  • Independently Tested
  • Manufactured & Quality Tested in the USA
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A Test Worth Taking

Getting a read on your health is important. pHion’s Diagnostic pH Test Strips were specifically created to test your body’s acid levels in just seconds. Now you have no excuses.

The Strong

Sensitive Type

They’re made unconsciously strong, yet formulated to be super sensitive for accurate readings. Unlike litmus paper, there’s no bleeding, there’s no messy results, and they’re dependable.

Easy

Pee-zy

Our Diagnostic pH Test Strips can test either with your saliva or urine. The choice is yours. Just remember to wash your hands.

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  • Mim · November 14, 2019
    What if the bottom color doesn't change at all? The top color was readable, but not the bottom.
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    • Admin · November 14, 2019

      Hello, This means you could be having an inaccurate reading. If you are using urine we recommend using the second urine of the day. You also must wait an hour after eating or drinking anything other than water before testing. Thanks, pHion Customer Service

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  • K. C. Canary · August 29, 2019
    how long do these test strips last; is there a date for expiration of the strips?
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    • Admin · August 29, 2019

      Hello, The Diagnostic Test Strips should have an expiration date listed on the bottle or box. The diagnostic test strips have a four year shelf life. Thanks, pHion Customer Service

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  • kenisha · April 21, 2019
    how do you read the strip
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    • Admin · April 22, 2019

      Hello, Suggested Use: We recommend testing either urine or saliva, but not both as the readings will very depending on which you use. Urine: Will usually be more acidic than saliva because more acids are expelled through urine than saliva. Urine is more accurate than saliva because saliva has more variables that can affect the reading. Urine pH can range from 4.5 to 8.5, but the ideal pH range is 6.75-7.25. It is best to test the second urine of the day. The first urine of the day is the most acidic and gives a metabolic reading, meaning it will tell you how ell your body is eliminating acids. The second urine is the best time to test because it gives a better indication of overall body pH. Saliva: Will usually be less acidic then urine because more acids are expelled through urine than saliva. Saliva is less accurate than urine because saliva has more variables that can affect the reading. Saliva pH can range from 5.5 to 7.5, but the ideal pH range is 6.75-7.25. Instructions: Wait an hour after eating or drinking anything other than waterbefore testing either urine or saliva. Completely saturate the end of the test strip with the color indicators for 3 seconds. If the end of the pad is not completely saturated, the reading will not be accurate. Urine - Hold it in the stream or collect is in a cup and dip the strip in the cup. Best to use the second urine of the day because it will give a better indication of overall body pH. Saliva - Gather the saliva in your mouth and then stick the strip in your mouth or gather saliva in a spoon and dip the strip into the spoon. After rinsing out your mouth, you would need to wait approximately 3 minutes before testing. Match the strip to the color chart on the bottle after 15 seconds. We recommend the customer count to 15 and than math the strip to the color chart. Color matching will be most accurate using natural light. If your not getting an exact match with the color chart, this means you are testing in between ranges or your are testing at a more inaccurate time. In this case, use the lower pH number. (Example: The top color is matching between 5.75 and 6.0. You would then use 5.75 as your reading for the top color pad.) Take the average of the top color and bottom color readings by adding the two numbers together and divide that total by two. We recommend testing 3 times per day and average the 3 readings for that day. This will give you the most accurate pH reading for that day as your pH levels will fluctuate throughout the day. Customers should not base their pH results on just one testing. We also recommend tracking your pH readings for 1-3 weeks to see how your pH changes. Ideal pH for urine or saliva: 6.75-7.25 Thanks, pHion Customer Service

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  • Jerry · October 13, 2018
    How do I know what the color means
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    • Admin · October 15, 2018

      Hello, Match the strip to the color chart on the bottle after 15 seconds. We recommend the customer count to 15 and than math the strip to the color chart. Color matching will be most accurate using natural light. If your not getting an exact match with the color chart, this means you are testing in between ranges or your are testing at a more inaccurate time. In this case, use the lower pH number. (Example: The top color is matching between 5.75 and 6.0. You would then use 5.75 as your reading for the top color pad.) Take the average of the top color and bottom color readings by adding the two numbers together and divide that total by two. We recommend testing 3 times per day and average the 3 readings for that day. This will give you the most accurate pH reading for that day as your pH levels will fluctuate throughout the day. Customers should not base their pH results on just one testing. We also recommend tracking your pH readings for 1-3 weeks to see how your pH changes. Thanks, pHion Customer Service

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  • Sandy Heriford · September 15, 2018
    I lost my directions I’m not sure how to read the chart. Which one is for urine ?
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    • Admin · September 16, 2018

      Hello, I have provided the Diagnostic Test Strip instructions below: Wait an hour after eating or drinking anything other than water before testing either urine or saliva. Completely saturate the end of the test strip with the color indicators for 3 seconds. If the end of the pad is not completely saturated, the reading will not be accurate. Urine - Hold it in the stream or collect is in a cup and dip the strip in the cup. Best to use the second urine of the day because it will give a better indication of overall body pH. Saliva - Gather the saliva in your mouth and then stick the strip in your mouth or gather saliva in a spoon and dip the strip into the spoon. After rinsing out your mouth, you would need to wait approximately 3 minutes before testing. Match the strip to the color chart on the bottle after 15 seconds. We recommend the customer count to 15 and than math the strip to the color chart. Color matching will be most accurate using natural light. If your not getting an exact match with the color chart, this means you are testing in between ranges or your are testing at a more inaccurate time. In this case, use the lower pH number. (Example: The top color is matching between 5.75 and 6.0. You would then use 5.75 as your reading for the top color pad.) Take the average of the top color and bottom color readings by adding the two numbers together and divide that total by two. We recommend testing 3 times per day and average the 3 readings for that day. This will give you the most accurate pH reading for that day as your pH levels will fluctuate throughout the day. Customers should not base their pH results on just one testing. We also recommend tracking your pH readings for 1-3 weeks to see how your pH changes. Ideal pH for urine or saliva: 6.75-7.25 Thanks, pHion Customer Service

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  • Tom · September 1, 2018
    Why are there two colors on each strip?
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    • Admin · September 3, 2018

      Hello, The dual pad was created so that it is easier to see what color it matches up with. The two squares use two different pH reagents. The bottom reagent is more sensitive to higher pH ranges (7.0-9.00) and the top reagent is more sensitive to lower pH ranges (4.5-6.75). This combination gives you an ideal reading of your pH level. Take the average of the top color and bottom color readings by adding the two numbers together and divide that total by two. We recommend testing 3 times per day and average the 3 readings for that day. This will give you the most accurate pH reading for that day as your pH levels will fluctuate throughout the day. Customers should not base their pH results on just one testing. We also recommend tracking your pH readings for 1-3 weeks to see how your pH changes. Thanks, pHion Customer Service

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  • Mary Ellen Buchheit · April 12, 2018
    How do you test ph of water with these strips
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    • Admin · April 12, 2018

      Hello, The Diagnostic Test Strips are only used to test your ph level in your body using urine or saliva. This strips are not for testing water. You can purchase water test strips at any local pet or pool store. Thanks, pHion Customer Service

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  • Lydia · December 31, 2017
    What if the color is not in the chart? Like the Ph is below the range? Could you please share the full color chart
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    • kenisha miller · April 21, 2019

      ok

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  • lizzie · August 17, 2017
    Do I understand correctly that I'm supposed to take the average of the "orange" and "green" readings on the chart to get the actual pH? And what is the significance of the difference in the average when I'm testing urine or saliva, please?
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    • Admin · August 17, 2017

      Hello, Urine will usually be more acidic than saliva because more acids are expelled through urine than saliva. Urine is more accurate than saliva because saliva has more variables that can affect the reading. Urine pH can range from 4.5 to 8.5, but the ideal pH range is 6.75-7.25. It is best to test the second urine of the day. The first urine of the day is the most acidic and gives a metabolic reading, meaning it will tell you how ell your body is eliminating acids. The second urine is the best time to test because it gives a better indication of overall body pH. Saliva will usually be less acidic then urine because more acids are expelled through urine than saliva. Saliva is less accurate than urine because saliva has more variables that can affect the reading. Saliva pH can range from 5.5 to 7.5, but the ideal pH range is 6.75-7.25. Match the strip to the color chart on the bottle within 15 seconds. Color matching will be most accurate using natural light. If your not getting an exact match with the color chart, this means you are testing in between ranges or your are testing at a more inaccurate time. In this case, use the lower pH number. (Example: The top color is matching between 5.75 and 6.0. You would then use 5.75 as your reading for the top color pad.) Take the average of the top color and bottom color readings by adding the two numbers together and divide that total by two. We recommend testing 3 times per day and average the 3 readings for that day. This will give you the most accurate pH reading for that day as your pH levels will fluctuate throughout the day. Customers should not base their pH results on just one testing. We also recommend tracking your pH readings for 1-3 weeks to see how your pH changes. Thanks, pHion Customer Service

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  • Doug · August 8, 2017
    The does this work and dogs
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    • Admin · August 8, 2017

      Hello, The pH Test Strips can be used to test on dogs. As for our other products, the individual should consult their veterinarian. Thanks, pHion Customer Support

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