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Common Metals Test Kit

The energy patterns of some of the common nutritional and toxic minerals. Do not order this kit if you already have or intend to buy the Element kit.
24 vials.

Common Metals Test Kit

Ref: 8010

£25.50

 

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  • Detailed Description

    The energy patterns of some of the common nutritional and toxic minerals. Do not order this kit if you already have or intend to buy the Element kit. 24 vials.

    This kit is not intended for home use or for use in laboratory testing. It is designed for use by kinesiologists, EAV practitioners, chiropractors, homeopaths, etc. This kit is not intended for home use or for use in laboratory testing. It is designed for use by kinesiologists, EAV practitioners, chiropractors, homeopaths, etc.

    CM 1 Aluminium
    Non-Food Sources: aluminium cooking pans; aluminium foil; table salt & baking powder; aluminium cans; antacids; bleached flour; mains water treatment (aluminium sulphate); some food additives; deodorants; acid rain leaches aluminium out of the soil and into the ground water.
    Possible Toxic Effects: contact dermatitis; skeletal demineralisation; slow learning; interference with calcium and phosphorus metabolism.

    CM 2 Beryllium
    Non-Food Sources: light structural material; beryllium oxide is used in ceramics.
    Possible Toxic Effects: reduces stores of magnesium; reduces organ function; shortness of breath; coughing; lung inflammation; tinnitus; alcoholism.

    CM 3 Boron
    Non-Food Sources: enamel and glass; light weight components.
    Possible Deficiency Effects: arthritis.

    CM 4 Cadmium
    Sources: cigarette fumes; galvanised iron; pesticides; plastics; fertilisers; tyres; plating; component in alloys and solders; PVC stabiliser, pigments, paints, pottery.
    Possible Toxic Effects: anaemia; kidney damage; probably carcinogenic; high blood pressure; lung damage; atherosclerosis; rat studies show it mimics effect of oestrogen; leg pain in children & adults; arthritis; Alzheimer’s.

    CM 5 Calcium
    Non-Food Sources: preparation of other metals; calcium oxide important in chemical industry.
    Possible Deficiency Effects: reduction in peak bone mass; increased risk of osteoporosis in later life; nerve sensitivity; insomnia; chronic depression; synthesis and release of neurotransmitters.
    Possible Toxic Effects: depressed nerve function, drowsiness, extreme lethargy, calcium deposits, kidney stones.

    CM 6 Chromium
    Non-Food Sources: dental work; metal plating & anodising aluminium ; stainless steel; leather tanning; paints; dyes; explosives; cement.
    Possible Deficiency Effects: diabetes; hypoglycaemia; alcohol intolerance; irritability; weakness.
    Possible Toxic Effects: lung disease.

    CM 7 Cobalt
    Non-Food Sources: dental work; alloys; cobalt compounds used in paints and varnishes.
    Possible Deficiency Effects: anaemia.
    Possible Toxic Effects: goitre; hypothyroidism; heart failure; tremors; polycythemia.

    CM 8 Copper
    Non-Food Sources: copper water pipes (particularly in soft water areas); some medicines; pesticides; fungicides; blood copper levels raised by the contraceptive pill; brake linings; wiring; some contraceptive devices; dental amalgam; coins.
    Possible Deficiency Effects: rheumatoid arthritis; cardiovascular disease; impaired immune system; affects bone & blood formation in infants; possible role in cardiovascular disease; rheumatoid arthritis.
    Possible Toxic Effects: rheumatoid arthritis; cardiovascular disease; gastrointestinal irritation (similar to deficiency signs), schizophrenia; cancer.

    CM 9 Gold
    Non-Food Sources: dental alloy; jewellery; gold salts for treating rheumatoid arthritis.
    Possible Toxic Effects: mouth ulceration; itching; eczema; seborrheic dermatitis; alopecia; inflamed gums; gastritis; colititis; blood abnormalities; kidney damage (from the effect of gold salts).

    CM 10 Iron
    Non-Food Sources: metal for building; steel, toner for photocopiers and printers
    Possible Deficiency Effects: anaemia; fatigue; cracking at corner of mouth; recurrent mouth ulcers; sore tongue; poor hair growth; brittle nails; generalised itching.
    Possible Toxic Effects: abdominal pain; arthritis; loss of libido; damage to liver, heart and pancreas; people with certain neuro-degenerative disorders such as Parkinson's disease and dementia show excessive accumulation of iron in the brain.

    CM 11 Lead
    Non-Food Sources: leaded petrol fumes; old water pipes; leaded paint; lead plumbing; solder; improperly glazed pottery; cigarette ash; pewter; lead crystal ware.
    Possible Toxic Effects: loss of appetite; constipation; headache; weakness; blue or black line on gums; anaemia; irritability; vomiting; poor co-ordination; unsteady gait; visual disturbances; delirium; paralysis; kidney failure; mainly deposited in bones and teeth; leg pain in children; arthritis; tinnitus; seizures; schizophrenia; autism; cancer.

    CM 12 Magnesium
    Non-Food Sources: alloys; batteries; glass; ceramics; fillers; flocculating agents; magnesium sulphate used in sugar refining.
    Possible Deficiency Effects: muscle dysfunction; irritability & tension; fatigue; PMS; apathy.
    Possible Toxic Effects: muscle weakness; fatigue; sleepiness; hyper-excitabilty.

    CM 13 Manganese
    Non-Food Sources: textile bleaching, glass manufacture, fertilisers, compounds used in unleaded petrol and pesticides, pottery glazes.
    Possible Deficiency Effects: joint pains; dizziness; schizophrenia.
    Possible Toxic Effects: lethargy; involuntary movements; impairment of voluntary movements; changes in muscle tone.

    CM 14 Mercury
    Non-Food Sources: dental amalgam; pesticides; fungicides; emissions from coal-burning power stations, contaminated fish, vaccines.
    Possible Toxic Effects: tremor; muscle instability; sensory disturbances; gastrointestinal symptoms; dermatitis; liver and kidney damage; anaemia; mental deterioration; blue line on gums; arthritis; MS; Alzheimer’s; cancer.

    CM 15 Nickel
    Non-Food Sources: dental alloys; stainless steel; water boiled in a kettle with an element; clasps; jewellery; spectacles; buckles; keys; coins; diesel fumes; can be in flour as a result of milling; a catalyst for hydrogenating vegetable oils.
    Possible Deficiency Effects: may activate certain enzymes and play a role in stabilizing chromosomal material in cell nuclei but at the moment no known diseases are associated with a nickel deficiency.
    Possible Toxic Effects: may be a factor in lung cancer; frontal headaches; vertigo; nausea; vomiting; chest pain; cough. Dermatitis from skin contact with nickel in sensitive people; prostate problems; carcinogenic.

    CM 16 Palladium
    Non-Food Sources: road dust from catalytic converters; dental work; electrical components.
    Possible Toxic Effects: possibly carcinogenic.

    CM 17 Platinum
    Non-Food Sources: road dust from catalytic converters; high quality glassware; dental alloys.
    Possible Deficiency Effects: compounds have anti-tumour activity

    CM 18 Selenium
    Non-Food Sources: anti-dandruff shampoos; steel and glass additive.
    Possible Deficiency Effects: possible links with some forms of cancer & development of coronary heart disease; premature ageing.
    Possible Toxic Effects: hair loss, nail changes and loss, fatigue, irritability, nausea, gastrointestinal problems, joint inflammation, “garlic breath”, dental caries; skin depigmentation; irritability.

    CM 19 Silver
    Non-Food Sources: dental amalgam; jewellery; E174; electrical components; silver compounds used in photography.
    Possible Toxic Effects: argyria (blue-grey/ashen grey darkening of the eyes, nose, throat, skin and nasal septum), kidney damage.

    CM 20 Sodium
    Possible Deficiency Effects: muscle cramps; fatigue; nausea.
    Possible Toxic Effects: hypertension; fluid retention.

    CM 21 Thallium
    Non-Food Sources: byproduct of zinc & lead production; optical lenses; jewellery; dyes; pigments; catalyst in organic synthesis; recreational drug contaminant.
    Possible Toxic Effects: polyneuritis; fatigue; weight loss; possibly reduced immunity; leg pain in adults; arthritis; MS; Alzheimer’s; people in wheelchairs.

    CM 22 Tin
    Non-Food Sources: dental amalgam; canning; solder in iron & copper pipes; compounds used in fungicides and glass coatings.
    Possible Toxic Effects: nausea; colic; headache; weakness; fever; muscle pain; joint pain; tinnitus.

    CM 23 Titanium
    Non-Food Sources: dental work; surgical metal in hips etc.; jewellery; E171, mascara.
    Possible Toxic Effects: seizures.

    CM 24 Zinc
    Non-Food Sources: galvanised iron; brass; solder; die-casting; tyres; zinc oxide is used in paints, rubber, textiles and plastics.
    Possible Deficiency Effects: persistent leg ulcers & pressure sores; red, greasy skin on face; skin problems, poor hair growth; dandruff; night blindness; brittle nails; white spots on nails.
    Possible Toxic Effects: impaired copper & iron absorption; gastro-intestinal disturbances; mask-like fixed expression; difficulty in walking; slurred speech; hand tremor; involuntary laughter.

  • Comments

    Only buy this if you already have the Common Metals Test Kit, as it provides all the additional vials that are in the full element test kit, i.e. common metals test kit + partial element test kit = element test kit. 79 vials. Otherwise buy the Element Test Kit.

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