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--"I tested the water with ph strips also comparing it to tap water, urine, saliva and mineral water and it was clearly the most acidic on a relative basis on the scale."

So is citrus. Do you stop drinking fruit juice? Regardless of the ph (need liquid ph kit to test for that accurately anyway), the key here is what is ph of the water the moment it hits your stomach? Neutral.

Much like acidic fruit (which is turned to alkaline ash during digestion), the acidity of water is a non-event because the same principles apply. Nevertheless, stop drinking it if your instincts tell you so. Take a break. You can over supplement with any kind of water. Water should be used sparingly and having a stash of pure water on hand when needed is the idea here.
 

 
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