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im no expert

Let me say that, first. But its not the uric acid thats my problem (thats where all the beneficial nutrients are as far as i know); its the salt content in urea/ urine. Salt cannot be neutralized by anything because it is already neutral, containing no hydrogen ions which allow for acidity/ alkalinity. Pure salt has no ph until you add water(hydrogen). Ive heard of people using vinegar to kill poison oak, but not me - i take my chance and dig the stuff up. Seems like a waste of vinegar to me, when you could be using it to cook and clean with.