The pharmaceutical lie about the skin’s protective acid mantle

On the part of the system media, orthodox medicine and advertising corporations is told: The skin of the human being has a pH value of approx. 5.5 in its natural state, i.e. it is acidic. “Natural” is understood to mean that which is the order of the day in western industrialized nations. This lie is called the protective acid mantle. It is almost impossible to find anyone these days to whom this does not apply, but does this also mean that this should naturally be the case? Of course not!

Our skin explained

The skin (cutis) is a vital surface organ that covers the entire outer surface of our body. Our skin is quite, stretchable and elastic, the skin separates the organism from the physical outside world and protects it from dehydration as well as from damaging influences.

Structure and function

How many layers of skin does a person have?

The structure of the skin includes three layers. The following from the outside to the inside:

  • Epidermis
  • Dermis or corium (dermis)
  • Subcutis

Epidermis

The epidermis consists for the most part of a horny layer, which exfoliates outwards and is constantly renewed from below.

Dermis (corium)

The dermis is the middle of the three skin layers. It consists of tight connective tissue and contains, among other things, sebaceous glands.

Subcutis

The subcutis consists of loose connective tissue with more or less embedded fatty tissue.

Skin appendages

The skin appendages include hair, nails and glands such as sweat and sebaceous glands.

What is the function of the skin?

The skin protects the body from cold, heat, UV radiation and pressure and prevents the penetration of microorganisms and the loss of water and heat. Just how vital the skin is becomes apparent when larger areas have been destroyed by a burn, for example. Even a loss of 20 percent of the skin can be fatal. In addition to its protective function, the skin also fulfils other functions such as a sensory organ.

The functions of the skin at a glance
As an exchange and protective surface between the body and the environment, the skin has a number of functions. These include:

  • Sensory function: Through our skin we perceive thermal and mechanical stimuli as well as pain via a series of receptors.
  • Protective function: Our skin ensures the protection of the body against potentially damaging environmental influences. These include in particular heat, cold, shock, pressure, friction and radiation. The skin is also an important part of the immune system.
  • Storage organ: The skin stores fatty tissue and is thus an important energy store.
  • Heat balance: The skin ensures heat balance by constricting or dilating its skin vessels. In a cold shower the vessels contract – in a warm shower the vessels relax.
  • Excretory function: Through the release of various glandular secretions such as sebum and sweat, water, salts and metabolic waste products are eliminated through the skin. Thus, the skin is also involved in the regulation of the water and salt balance.

Sensory organ skin

With the skin we feel things, for example the surface of a wooden board or the skin of another person. Via the sensory organ skin we can feel very quickly whether a surface is rough, smooth or soft.

The most common skin symptoms

The most common symptoms include:

  • Athlete’s Foot
  • Acne
  • Pigmentation disorders such as freckles, age spots or white spot disease
  • excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis)
  • benign skin tumours such as atheromas (gout sacs), seborrhoeic keratosis (age warts), port-wine stains or liver spots
  • allergic contact eczema (hypersensitivity reaction of the skin to metals, preservatives, fragrances, dyes or latex)
  • Neurodermatitis (usually episodic, chronic inflammatory skin disease with itchy and reddened skin areas)
  • Psoriasis
  • Warts (infection of the skin with human papilloma viruses)
  • Herpes infections (cold sores, chicken pox, shingles, finger herpes)

The pH value of the skin

On the part of the orthodox medicine, system media and advertising corporations is told: In its natural state, human skin has a pH value of approx. 5.5, i.e. it is acidic. Natural” in this context is understood to mean that which is the order of the day in Western industrialized nations. This lie is called the protective acid mantle. It is almost impossible to find anyone these days to whom this does not apply, but does this also mean that this should naturally be the case? Of course not!

Nowadays everyone has warts somewhere on their body. That’s normal. It is just as “normal” today to have low back pain and indigestion, but no sane person is likely to call that “natural”, rather “civilized”. The skin is only acidic because the body is overly acidic and can no longer deacidify itself other than through the skin!

The fact that a wart is a sign of cancer, hardly anyone cares. If we look at the over-acidification of the body from this point of view, it means that in the body of a “civilisatosis” patient there is a multiple of acid-causing waste products, more than there should be.

In other words, even a slight and therefore usually underestimated change in the pH value is a sign of severe hyperacidity and slagging. This unhealthy condition is made worse by the fact that usually only the pH value of the blood is measured, but not the acidity of the skin, hair or connective tissue, where the waste products are first deposited and are therefore most concentrated.

The blood tries to keep itself free of acids as long as possible, because otherwise nothing would work any more.

You can quickly see for yourself that the pH of the skin – as well as the acidity of all other bodily fluids – almost neutralize after switching to a healthy diet and, above all, consuming enough good water.

You’re much less likely to get sunburned if you just don’t have acidic skin. You won’t need sunscreens contaminated with chemicals. Thus, you can once again absorb the sun and vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) through the skin. This myth of the “acid mantle” does not exist among indigenous peoples who live in harmony with nature.

Question:
Which bacteria and fungi can be killed with an acid that is not stronger than “acid rain”?

Answer:
Only very few, specially adapted microbes are so sensitive that the weak acidity of the skin could harm them. The others are still happy about a slightly acidic environment, ironically the so-called pathological microbes, i.e. the ones that supposedly “cause” our disease(s).

The environment is more important than the microbe!
This is why alkaline baths are so beneficial for the skin. Good old soap made from vegetable fat is much better – and by far cheaper – than the “pH skin neutral skincare line” (already a lie in itself: pH 5 is certainly not neutral, but acidic). If we want to make acidic skin neutral again, then with the antagonism of an acid, with a base.

Rubbing the skin with alkaline lotions is also very helpful. Not only for skin disease(s), but generally for deacidification, because what comes into contact with the skin is absorbed into our blood and metabolized.

The story of the protective acid mantle is something for pharmacists and medical journals or similar organs of the pharmaceutical industry. People only become over-acidic when they consume civilised foods (sugar, honey, chemical sweeteners, dairy products, meat products, white flour products, hybrid wheat, caffeine, alcohol, etc.).

The lie about the skin acid mantle

Nowadays everyone has warts somewhere on their body. That’s normal. It is just as “normal” today to have low back pain, digestive problems, vaccine damage, a heart attack once in a lifetime, a small skin cancer once in a lifetime, etc., but no sane person is likely to call that “natural,” rather “degenerative-civilizational.” The skin is only acidic because the body is overly acidic and can no longer deacidify itself other than through the skin!

The fact that a wart is a sign of cancer, hardly anyone cares.

If we look at the over-acidification of the body from this point of view, it means that there are many times more acid-causing waste products in the body of a “civilisatosis” patient than there should be.

In other words, even a slight – and therefore usually underestimated – change in the pH value is a sign of severe hyperacidity and slagging. This unhealthy condition is made worse by the fact that usually only the pH value of the blood is measured, but not the acidity of the skin, hair or connective tissue, where the waste products are first deposited and are therefore most concentrated.

In fact, the blood tries to keep the blood (itself) free of acids as long as possible, because otherwise very soon nothing would work at all.

You can quickly see for yourself that the pH of the skin – as well as the acidity of all other bodily fluids – almost neutralize after switching to a healthy diet and, above all, consuming enough good water.

Note: You will get sunburn much less quickly if you don’t have acidic skin. Then you won’t need vitamin D3 hormone-blocking sunscreens contaminated with chemicals. Thus, you can once again absorb the sun and vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) through the skin.

This myth of the “acid mantle” does not exist among indigenous peoples who live in harmony with nature.

Question:
Which bacteria and fungi can be killed with an acid that is not stronger than “acid rain”?

Answer:
Only very few, specially adapted microbes are so sensitive that the weak acidity of the skin could harm them. The others are still happy about a slightly acidic environment, ironically the so-called pathological microbes, i.e. those that supposedly “cause” our disease(s).

Note: The microbe is “nothing”, the environment is everything!
This is why alkaline baths are so beneficial for the skin. Good old soap made from vegetable fat is much better – and by far cheaper – than the “pH skin neutral” skincare line (already a lie in itself: pH 5 is certainly not neutral, but acidic). If we want to make acidic skin neutral again, then with the antagonism of an acid, with a base.

Rubbing the skin with alkaline lotions is also very helpful. Not only for skin diseases, but also for deacidification in general, because whatever comes into contact with our skin is absorbed into our blood and metabolized.

The story of the protective acid mantle is something for pharmacists and medical journals or similar organs of the pharmaceutical industry.

Humans only become overly acidic when they consume modern civilization foods (sugar, honey, chemical sweeteners, dairy products, meat products, white flour products, hybrid wheat, alcohol, etc.).

Note:
Psychological and spiritual stress (psyche) can also overacidify you. It is important to have a balance of healthy consciousness – healthy soul-spirit food – and healthy physical food.

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