Pike Agi-lab pH paper suitable for urine and saliva (in vitro). Pike Lab test paper tests for pH levels between 5.5 and 8.0 – very easy to use. Just pull out and tear off an inch of paper strip, dip one end into a urine or saliva sample and shake off the excess fluid. After a few seconds, you can match the pH paper strip with the color chart and easily see the pH level.
A neutral pH level for water is 7.0; however, the neutral pH level for testing urine and saliva are lower due to the extra elements contained in the fluids.
According to Reams Biological Theory of Ionization (RBTI), the ideal pH level for both urine and saliva is 6.4. Therefore, any reading less than 6.4 is more acidic and any reading above 6.4 is more alkaline.