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Heavy Metal Screen Test (single use test) - NissenMedica
Heavy Metal Screen Test
World's First Immediate Method of Screening Heavy Metals
Use the Heavy Metal Screen Test as Your First Step in any Health Program
This method (Heavy Metal Screen Test) identifies the following metals: zinc, copper, mercury, lead,cadmium and nickel.
|Sub-acute heavy metal toxicity is directly or indirectly linked to issues many people suffer from regularly like:|
|Heavy metals also have been found to contribute to disorders
|The Heavy Metal Screen Test is designed to be an effective component of your comprehensive health regime. Used in concert with effective chelation and detoxification products like Bio-Chelat™ heavy metal chelator, EBN® Detoxifying Clay Baths, and Denta CARE™ chelating mouthwash, the HMST allows the health conscious consumer to accurately assess their wellness action plan and take control of their health!|
1. Open the test-tube which contains Testsol reagent.
2. Place the small square test paper into the test-tube solution.
|1. Shake test-tube gently for 30 seconds until test solutions turns green. (Within 30-60 seconds)||
1. Using the pipette, add liquid solution (urine) to the 4 ml line on the tube. Close the tube and shakevigorously for 15 seconds.
2. Allow to stand for 2 minutes.
|1. Observe the band/ring of color at the top of the solution and compare it with the color chart provided in the test kit. Ignore the color at the bottom of the solution. If the green color has changed, it indicates the metal ion concentration is high. (0.5 -1.5 ppm)|
|2. If the color remains green, then no metal ions are present.|
|Note: In order that the test is functioning correctly, the reagent in the test-tube must first turn green. The sooner the green color changes, the higher the metal concentration of the sample taken. After 10 minutes the test reagent (color band/ring on top) will turn into a yellow-orange color, which is caused by the regular decompostion of the dithizone reagent and must be ignored.|
|Interpretation of Results|
Any color change deviating from green viewed directly below the surface level of the test tube represents the presence of free or unbound metal ions. A grey color indicates a conglomeration of different metals. A detoxification procedure in tandem with the elimination of all sources of additional contamination is therefore recommended.
With this test, the type of metal present is actually secondary, since all free metal ions are toxic. Even metals that are usually considered beneficial such as zinc or copper should not be present in free form at high or medium concentrations under normal circumstances.
High amounts of unbound copper and zinc ions in the urine is a typical symptom of sub-acute mercury and cadmium intoxication, since these metals block the access to the metabolic process within the cell. These reactions are called displacement reactions and occur when heavy metals grab the biological spaces that should be filled by necessary minerals.
By taking the biological spaces of the essential minerals, (like a broken key which will plug up the lock) heavy metals create simultaneously a toxic accumulation of essential minerals.
At this stage of toxic contamination, the discharge of copper and zinc from the organism is not yet relevant, but as free electrically active metals, they can be made visible in this heavy metal screen test. The valuable essential metals copper and zinc, have in effect become toxic metals.
Diagnostically, the test indicates that the body cannot handle the heavy metals and uses liver, kidneys and other tissue as waste deposit sites. It is no surprise that other trace elements like calcium, magnesiuim and iron are also displaced and are becoming deficient.
If the screen does show a low to no metal concentration, but the person shows all signs of heavy metal intoxication, it is very likely that at this stage of metal toxicity, the body's detoxification capacities (liver, kidneys, lymphatic system, etc.) are exhausted. Consult with your health care professional for further advice.
Please Note: If you are using this test to chart your detoxifcation progress during any detox protocol, it is important that you discontinue the use of any chelation or detoxifying agents 24 - 36 hours prior to doing the test. This is because the chelating agent will bind any electrically active or unbound metal ions, therefore giving a false reading. Also, do not take any mineral supplements for 36 hours prior to testing, as this too can give a false reading.
|Excerpts from Expert Evaluations of the Heavy Metal
|[...] We thoroughly investigated the test system with regard to its sensitivity and its specificity and found consistent evidence that it is possible to detect individual toxicologically relevant metals in urine or water specimens in the range of a few ppm, at times even fractions of one ppm. This makes it possible to obtain on the spot clinically important preliminary data [...]
- J. Lemann, Dr. rer.net., Toxicologist and Medical Expert, Institute for Toxicology and Medical Laboratory Diagnostics, Hirschberg, Germany
[...] this report is intended to be an independent assessment of the claims of performance of a novel detection system for some transition metals. These materials are commonly known as toxic or heavy metals. [...] it was found that the system shows remarkable sensitivity for such a simple procedure [...]
- K.H. Bell, Ph.D., Professor and Head, Department of Chemistry, The University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia
[...] Until the beginning of the nineteen-seventies this reagant was in predominant use for the detection of heavy metal traces in the water supply. It is a certified German Government Standard procedure for water supply analyses. [...]
- G. Schwedt, Dr. rer.net., Professor and Director, Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Technical University of Clausthal, Germany
ReviewsAdd Your Review
Various specialist doctors abandoned me after not finding any improvements in my condition. In 2009 I found the ability to test my own bodily fluids with the Heavy Metal Screen Test. This was the turning point.
I decided to take my wellbeing into my own hands. The initial test results indicated maximum heavy metal toxicity. I started to take Bio-Chelat at the start of March 2009. Now, in June 2009, I am not cured but I feel much better. I tested myself again with a Heavy Metal Screen Test and found that the level of heavy metal toxicity had decreased to an average level.
I intend to continue to take Bio-Chelat throughout the summer. In early winter I intend to return to using EBN Detox Clay Bath. My goal is zero intoxication.