Hair Minerals & Toxins Test

Rs. 7,999.00
Rs. 7,999.00
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About the Package:

Rubbing your head with Shallot juice isn’t going to solve your hair fall problems if the reason behind the issue is actually exposure to toxins. These pollutants are being discarded in our waters, soils and into the atmosphere and get accumulated in our biological systems thereby affecting functions and growth and cause many serious diseases, including cancer. Guess what, a single strand of your hair could tell a lot about your toxin exposure.

Who is it for?

All age groups, Autism spectrum disorder, atopic dermatitis

Why should you do Hair mineral & toxicity test?

Although heavy metals are naturally occurring elements, human beings have been largely exposed to these toxins. Human hair can be used to measure toxic metal levels in the body. A single strand of hair can provide a lot of information about human health. When new hair cells forms in the hair follicle, they absorb traces of substances/ elements circulating in the bloodstream. Each hair has a life of about 5-6 years, after which it falls off the scalp, thus keeping a long lasting record of everything that is moving around through the body of an individual.

This test can explain the causes of many health symptoms and disease, whose underlying causes are largely related to nutritional deficiencies, mineral imbalances and heavy metal and chemical toxicity. This following test can provide information about your energy levels by determining your metabolic type. It can also reveal any underlying mental health issues, adrenal stress, hidden inflammation, blood sugar imbalance and insulin resistance.

The test includes:

This test check the level of about 30 chemical toxins in your body such as,

Heavy metals/ Toxin profile (9)

  • Arsenic (Ar)

  • Barium(Ba)

  • Aluminium(Al)

  • Cadmium(Cd)

  • Nickel(Ni)

  • Lead (Pb)

  • Mercury (Hg)

  • Strontium(Sr)

  • Thallium(TI)

Mineral profile(20)

  • Chromium

  • Potassium

  • Phosphorus

  • Germanium

  • Magnesium

  • Iodine

  • Cobalt

  • Silicon

  • Lithium

  • Manganese

  • Copper

  • Molybdenum

  • Selenium

  • Sulfur

  • Sodium

  • Silver

  • Vanadium

  • Calcium

  • Iron

  • Zinc