LAB TEST AND COMPLETE INTERPRETATION
This includes the entire mineral assay test, plus a thorough interpretative work that list trends, detailed explanation of the results, along with vitamin and mineral supplement recomendations and compares signicnt mineral and Heavy metals ratios.
Preparation for the hair sampling:
Washing: Hair should be dry . The sample should be taken between four and twenty hours after washing. This allows the hair to re-equilibrater after washing.
Hair Treatments: Most shampoos, rinses, conditioners, tints, sprays and other hair products don't affect the test for three reasons. First, most of these products do no contain metals, which is all the hair test measures.
Second, the hair is only 10-15% porous. This means that not very much is absorbed by the hair itself. Finally, most shampoos are only applied for 15-30 seconds, not long enough for much absorption to take place. Grecian formula contains lead and should be avoided. Head and Shoulders Shampoo contains zinc and could elevate zinc readings. Selsum Blue Shampoo contains selenium and could elevate this reading.
Home" dye/color products do not alter the test appreciably. However, it is best to wash the hair at least 6-8 times after a color treatment before sampling. After a beauty parlor treatment or beach treatment, ideally it would be best to let the hair grow out 6-8 weeks.
We can also take samples from animals. Lab test includes the whole mineral assay. Plus detailed explanation of the results, nutritional advise, along with vitamins and mineral supplement recommendations and compares mineral ratios. $ 120.00
OTHER CONDITIONS WHICH MAY RESULT OR BE AGGRAVATED BY A MINERAL IMBALANCE ARE:
Depression Headaches Hypoglycemia
Hypertension Hyperactivity Arthritis
Hair Loss Anemia Musculo-Skeletal Disorders
Thyroid Disturbance Diabetes Prostate Disorders
Digestive Disturbance Skin Rashes Emotional problems