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Heavy Metals Test - General ("HMTG") kit

How to Test for Identified Heavy Metals (IDH Metals) comprising


Contents of HMTG kit

  • Colour chart on plastic packing
  • 1 Test tube with colour chart
  • 1 vial in test tube containing clear solution
  • Pipette / Dropper

Preparation of Test Solution
  1. Remove cap and vial from test tube
  2. Empty clear liquid content in vial into test tube
  3. Cap the test tube and turn test tube so that the cap is towards the ground. Then shake until solution has turn green
  4. The solution containing the reagents hass now been activated and is ready to test the sample solution for presence of IDH Metals
    The testing must be conducted within 30 minutes of activating the test solution otherwise it will deteriorate

Conducting the test
  1. Add the required volume of the sample solution (saliva, urine, water, etc.) to be tested into the green test solution in the test tube with the pipette provided
  2. Close the test tube with the cap provided and shake vigorously.
  3. Allow the solution to stand on the cap of the test tube for 1 minute (see below if testing urine)**
  4. Observe the band or ring of about 1 cm. wide just below the surface of the solution in the test tube. A colour change will indicate the presence of the IDH Metals (see chart on label of kit)
  5. If the ring turns gray it indicates that there is more than one of the IDH Metals present at the same level of concentration
  6. If there is no change in colour (ie., the solution remains green), there are no IDH Metals present

When ** urine is tested, the solution may be more stable and the colour may not change for up to 10 minutes. The solution will turn to yellow-orange after 30 minutes. This is caused by the decomposition of the reagents used in the test solution and should be ignored

Results of test and colour interpretation

Green colour indicates that there are no IDH Metals present

Gray colour indicates a low level of mixture of IDH Metals present

Purple colour indicates a medium level of mixture of IDH Metals present

Beige Pink colour to Red indicates a high level of mixture of IDH Metals present

When saliva is tested for mercury and if mercury is present, the colour result may be in shades of orange.

Samples/Images of test results sent in by users

The above information is provided for general educational purposes only. It is not intended to replace competent health care advice received from a knowledgeable healthcare professional. You are urged to seek healthcare advice for the treatment of any illness or disease.
Health Canada and the FDA (USA) have not evaluated these statements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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