Interesting, when one begins to look at PH balance and alkanizing minerals in the context of liver flushes. After my 10th flush, my PH went from a healthier 6.2 for urine and 7.2 for saliva to a 5.5 for urine and a 6.2 for saliva. I thought that my body would rebound and stabilize after a couple of days after the flush, but this does not appear to be the case. I did the flush on on June 24 06 and am still hovering at 5.5 for urine and 6.2 for saliva. If anything, I think that this illustrates the importance of allowing sufficient recovery time between flushes for the body and the fact that one needs to be consuming a whole train load of alkanizing minerals before, during, and especially after the flush(via high alkaline vegetables, greens powders and the moreorless drink to minimize the highly acidic impact of the flush and to speed recovery and normalize PH levels). If it is true that the liver flush greatly increases acidity of the blood, one cannot help but think what possible negative impact this could have on the cells, tissues, and organs.