Kidney pain caused by a little rock inside the kidney or a urinary bladder duct can be described by the pain-causing mechanism I call “stepping-on-a-sharp-little-rock-with-bare-feet.”
Acidity makes the body more sensitive to pain. Alkalinity dulls one’s sensation to pain. Acidity weakens muscles. Alkalinity strengthens muscles. Acidity soften bones as in preserved pig’s feet. Alkalinity strengthens and hardens muscles like preserved Virginia ham and the European peat bog mummies.