Professional Heavy Metal Test Kit
Differentiates Between Bound & Unbound Metal Ions
The professional kit is for
health practitioners and we now have the professional tests in 50 as
well as 100 units. This kit has
several test possibilites. Several professionals are discovering that our
heavy metal test kit is truly the way to go for accurate and
economic tests. For starters it is less expensive than hair analysis
and it is more accurate. This test can also be used by individuals
who is in the process of doing a heavy metal detox and want to check
their progress on a regular basis to see the effectiveness of the
program they are using. Use these test kits in your heavy metal
detoxification program in conjunction with
for complete and comprehensive heavy metal detoxification.
50 Test Kit Package Includes: 1 Stand, 50ml pH Solution, 50ml
Testsol Solution, 100 pH papers, 50 Test-Tubes(reusable), 50
Pipettes, 50 Measuring Cups, and an Instruction booklet
100 Test Kit Package Includes: 1 Stand, two 50ml pH Solution,
two 50ml Testsol Solution, 200 pH papers, 100 Test-Tubes(reusable),
100 Pipettes, 100 Measuring Cups, and an Instruction booklet
The new Heavy Metal Detoxification Assessment Test (HMDAT) is based
on the dithizone reagent (known to chemical science for more than 60
years) which only measures the unbound or free metal ions. In other
words, the metals that have not been neutralized by the body are
In a healthy body with a functioning detoxification system or in the
absence of heavy metals, there should be no free heavy metal ions
found in the urine. Consequently when more unbound metal ions are
found in the urine, it is strong indication that body's detoxification capacities
The type of metal is actually secondary, since all unbound or not
neutralized metal ions are toxic to our body. They are a major
source of free-radical production.
Better Than Other Test Methods
Traditional methods like hair testing or the spectrometric system
don't differentiate between bound and unbound metal ions, which is
very crucial in the overall assessment, since only the unbound metal
ions are toxic to our body.
In 1925 Helmut Fisher of the Siemens Concern in
Berlin succeeded in detecting heavy metal ions by means of a
dithizone process. As a reagent, dithizone is able to indicate the
presence of heavy metal ions in qualitative and in quantitative
terms at the lower ppm level, even at the parts per bllion (ppb)
level. The reaction times of the heavy metal ions vary; therefore,
depending on their respective concentrations, different colorations
may occur from which one can, in addition to the qualitative
conclusions (the dithizone reagent binds to Cu, Zn, Cd, Hg, Pb, Mn,
Co, Ni,) draw also quantitative ones regarding the contaminant.
This professional screen test allows the detection of free heavy
metal ions in bodily liquids such as urine. The contamination from
amalgam fillings or from the environment pointing to infections,
organ or system disorders as well as potential health problems can
By taking the biological space of the essential minerals, heavy
metals are blocking the absorption of essential minerals and
simultaneously a toxic accumulation of unbound zinc and copper ions
At this stage of the contamination, the discharge of copper and zinc
ions from the organism are toxics (free electrically active) metals
and they can be made visible with this screen test.
The valuable essential metals copper and zinc have, in effect,
become toxic metals. Therefore when checking the urine for heavy
metals, toxic amounts of copper and zinc will always show up first
during the test procedure and indicate the presence of heavy metals
in the body.
Up to a certain point, a healthy body is able to bind (chelate) free
heavy metal atoms, i.e. neutralize their electromagnetic charge and
clear them out. If this mechanism is no longer able to function
because too many toxins have accumulated in the organism, the number
of free radicals will increase, especially if the body is suffering
with antioxidant deficiency at the same time. In such cases,
administering antioxidant supplements will not solve the real
problem, namely the accumulation of heavy metal ion deposits in the
The need for detoxification is established before any specific
therapy is administered. The test reagent is therefore an important
aid during the initial evaluation. As it is urgent that necessary
counter-measures be implemented in the patientís detoxification
therapy, a method to expose and monitor heavy metals becomes
crucial. This is what this professional heavy metal test kit will do
your you and your clients.
For this screen test, the pH adjustment is necessary. The urine must
first be measured and set to 6.5-7.0 with the pH solution. Voir
graphique du mode díemploi. The procedure is the same as the screen
test 1-2 but there are 3 more steps. After each step you will add
1ml of urine.
The Professional Heavy Metal screen tests are available in different
sizes for multiple uses, 10, 25, 50, or 100 uses per kit.
Heavy Metal Test
Please follow the instructions that come with
your test kit as the instructions may have changed
The HMT is easy to
conduct and the results are not only quickly obtained but also
provide a dramatic and convincing demonstration for the patient.
SETTING pH VALUE
For the test a morning urine
specimen (about 30 ml) is required which, using the two pH
Solutions A and B, is calibrated to the neutral value of 7.0.
To begin with the test, place one of the dithizone treated
indicator squares into a solution of Testsol, which is made from
The solution takes on a green coloration which signals phase 0
and constitutes the basis for all further tests.
If now a liquid
containing heavy metals is added (urine, saliva or other aqueous
solution) these heavy metals react with the dithizone and the
green coloration changes.
The new coloration is compared each time with those on the
coloration chart on the test tube rack. Each coloration
corresponds to a specific metal (zinc, copper, cadmium, lead,
amount of tested liquid is added (2,4 or 6 ml) the concentration
of the respective metal can be determined. (quantity testing)
The method permits the
identification and concentration of several metals with only one
on how to conduct the test and how to evaluate the results are
contained in a booklet and in a pictogram.
Since heavy metals contribute, with up to 80% of the causes, to all
diseases, the test for heavy metal contamination has become an
essential component of any initial diagnosis for anyone who has the
safety of the patient at heart.
these tests, you can determine the level of any such contamination.
An ingenious and revolutionary method of making complex biochemical
processes visible and of clarifying disease profiles, this test
should be available in every practice. The right diagnosis is a
precondition for a successful therapy and will result in a satisfied
Heavy Metal Kit Test Examples
A) Urine Test
Color change : Dark Violett : Copper
Concentration : 8-10 ppm
Color change : Pink : Zinc
Concentration : 3-5 ppm
Color change : Pink
The urine contains a high concentration of free unbound copper
and zinc ions. Note: The
test reagent only binds to the unbound or free radical producing metal
B) Water Test
Color change: Pink: Zinc (3ppm)
No color change. No metal present.
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