Heavy Metal Testing Kit
Possible symptoms of heavy metal toxicity in the body include but is not limited to the following:
- Stomach indigestion
- Lack of mental focus ability
- Tremors / Shaking
- Memory Problems
- Poor Immune System Function
- Urinary / Kidney Function
- Deteriorating Vision
- Tension, Anxiety & Stress
Includes 2 Tests with Instructions
Test your Urine, Water, Dust, Dirt, Paint and other substances such as Rice Milk, Food etc. for Heavy Metals
Heavy Metals tested:
Copper, Zinc, Mercury, Cadmium, lead, and Nickel
Quickly test heavy metals in your body, your enviroment and drinking water within minutes.
Detect several heavy-metal ions in your body, tap water and household items by means of a simple procedure in just a few minutes with only one reagent.
This kit indicates the presence of heavy metal ions in qualitative terms. In binding with free metal ions, color complexes are formed. Reaction times will vary depending on the heavy metal concentrations.
• Simple & Easy To Use
• Quick & Reliable Results
• Scientifically Approved
• Quickly Test Your Drinking Water.
• Quickly & Conveniently Obtain Heavy Metal Urine Concentration
FAQ ABOUT THE HEAVY METAL SCREEN TEST
Q: I used the Total Care and compared the band/ring and the result was yellow, what do I do next?
A: First of all, verify the expiration date, because the screen test might be expired.
If it is not the case, it is due to high oxidation of the urine, do the test again but add 1ml water to 1ml urine. The result must then be multiple by 2. If it is pale pink the result is in fact dark pink.
Q: I bought a screen test few months ago and I don't know if it is still good?
A: It's important to pay attention to the expiry date when you purchase your Screen Test - it is sensitive to light and heat, so it deteriorates over time. This is why we recommend taking the Test immediately after purchase. You can verify whether or not it's still good when you mix the Test solution and the test-paper - the mix should be green, otherwise it has expired.
Q: Should I stop my supplements before I do the test?
A: Vit. C, iron, zinc, copper and other mineral supplements should not be taken 24-36 hours before the specimen of urine is collected. I recommend also to avoid fish and all seafoods.
Made in USA in an FDA Registered Facility using Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs)
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.