Heavy Metal Testing Kit, Pack of 5 tests!

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 Heavy Metal Testing Kit, Pack of 5 tests!

Personal Heavy Metal Screen Test is a state-of-the-art scientifically proven screen test developed in Europe that you can do in the comfort of your own home. (specifically identifies mercury, lead, cadmium, copper, nickel and zinc)

This is box containing 5 tests and is slightly more accurate than the single or double kits.

Test takes about 5 minutes to perform. 

These tests can also be used in a Professional Office.  Used by many Chiropractors and Nutritionists.

The test should be used exclusively as a ‘’screening test’’ in order to determine the presence of heavy metals.

 This Personal Heavy Metal Screen Test is a state-of-the-art scientifically proven screen test developed in Europe that you can do in the comfort of your own home.

 By taking a urine sample and mixing it with the test solution (dithizone reagent), it tells you immediately whether you are carrying unbound toxic metal ions (specifically identifies mercury, lead, cadmium, copper, nickel and zinc) in your body.

Also tells you how high of a concentration you have. 

The Heavy Metal Screen Test is quick, accurate, affordable, and simple enough that anyone can do it. Test your drinking water, urine, saliva, dust, paint and food. Each kit comes with test vials, test papers, pipettes, and complete instructions. 

This kit has 5 individual tests. 

Please note: It does not come with the rack in the picture.  It comes with just a color chart.

Test yourself regulary to see how your heavy metal load is doing.


     Customer Feedback: "I ordered three Heavy Metal Screen Tests for my family and we were very pleased with how easy it is to use. The directions are very simple and we had results in 5 minutes!. My test showed high levels of heavy metals, so I have already begun the detox process. Thank you for providing a low-cost simple test! It is greatly appreciated!" - Deborah P.