The procedure is simple, cost effective, and completed within 5 minutes
. 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. The procedure is the same as the heavy metal screen test kit 2
but there are 3 more steps. After each step you will add 1 ml of urine.
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 occurs.
They can be made visible with the screen test and 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.
The classical Heavy Metal Screening Test has been verified and unequivocally approved with regard to method and reliability, through independent laboratories by Prof. Dr. Georg Schwedt, Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry at the Technical University of Clausthal, as well as by Prof. Dr. med. Lucius Maiwald at Gerbrunn and by Dr. Leman at the Institute for Toxicology and Medicinal Laboratory Diagnostics. For more information, see our references and testimonials section.