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Heavy Metal Screen Test - A Review

posted Jan 29, 2010, 5:40 AM by Mir Atta M. Talpur
I was reading comments from a person who has been using Heavy Metal Screen Test. According to him its a "life saving test"!  "This test was a life-saver for me" he recalls. He actually had mercury poisoning from a contaminated generic prescription ordered from a pharmacy, which he calls a reputable one who used to get drug manufactured in China. 

He agrees that test  is easy to use and that he used his urine sample to test heavy metals in his body.  It's human urine actually which actually is tested. The test takes about 15 minutes.  One must follow the instructions carefully. The test will show lead, mercury, cadmium and nickel. He writes: "I learned that the bottled water I drink has lead & cadmium in it, and that three of the vitamin/herb supplements have mercury or cadmium contamination at dangerously high levels." 

Thus trusting generic prescriptions cost him several months of income from missed work. Had he continued the contaminated prescription, the results would have been "dire". 

He writes further, "Mercury and lead poisoning can imitate cardio-vascular disease, and may even appear as pre-diabetes, so doctors may miss it." 

He highlights an interesting fact that a blood-test may come out negative, and the urine test can still be positive! He further writes, "The... system cleans the blood early in the day first, in order to carry on normal metabolism. It returns to clean metals out of the tissues late in the day, and at night, where they show up in next morning urine. "

According to him, "one draw-back on the test is that the kit only includes materials for two tests. Often, it becomes necessary to test drinking water, over-the-counter medications, and prescriptions in order to find the source of the contamination, so more than two tests are needed." 

If anyone has heavy-metal contamination, he or she can search detoxification therapies, both natural and pharmaceutical. But whether these detoxification therapies are working or not? Once can use this test to check the efficacy of such detoxification therapies.

The person cited in this note wrote a disclaimer towards the end informing everyone that he is neither "a doctor, nor a health-care professional" and that he has mentioned simply his personal experience.  For more info about the Heavy Metal Screen Test, please click here.
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