As you may know, the neutral partial hydrogen (pH) is 7. Anything above this midpoint is alkaline or basic and anything below this is acidic. The normal pH of your blood is established as pH 7.35 to 7.45. A stable pH would mean homeostasis in your bodyâ€™s internal environment. If your bloodâ€™s pH level becomes acidic or basic, there will be disorders or conditions that are bound to develop.