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Chemical And Inhalant Test Kit

The energy patterns of ammonia, bee sting, butyl, carbon tetrachloride, coal tar, creosote, crude oil, diesel fumes, formaldehyde, house dust mite, mosquito bite, perfumes, petrol fumes, phenol, etc.

39 vials.

Chemical And Inhalant Test Kit

Ref: 8009



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  • Detailed Description

    The energy patterns of ammonia, bee sting, butyl, carbon tetrachloride, coal tar, creosote, crude oil, diesel fumes, formaldehyde, house dust mite, mosquito bite, perfumes, petrol fumes, phenol, etc. 39 vials for use by AK practitioners, Noma practitioners, NAET practitioners and others.


    CI 1    Ammonia    
    Household cleaners, disinfectants, deodorants, hair bleaches, permanent wave solutions, rheumatic liniments, used to make fertilisers, plastics and nylon; cigarette smoke.    
    Possible Effects: Irritant to eyes, breathing passages and skin.

    CI 2    Bee Sting    
    CI 3    Bitumen    
    Damp proof courses, flat roofs, rust treatments, sealant, carpet tile backing, pesticide, adhesive    
    Possible Effects: skin irritant.

    CI 4    Brake & Clutch Fluid
    Possible Effects: may irritate the skin.

    CI 5    Brush Cleaner with Xylene    
    Brush cleaners, damp start products sprayed on car engines; spray paints, adhesives in flooring material.    
    Possible Effects: can cause irritability, tiredness, dizziness, light-headedness and agitation.

    CI 6    Butyl    solvent    
    Possible Effects: eye irritation, headache, dizziness and dermatitis.

    CI 7    Carbon Tetrachloride
    Dry cleaning fluid, some old DIY products.    

    CI 8    Chlorine Bleach/ Bleach
    Bleach, antiseptics, disinfectants, tap water, swimming pool water, mould inhibitors, bleached papers.
    Possible Effects: irritation to eyes, throat and lungs.

    CI 9    Coal Tar    
    Coal tar derivatives (some food additives, phenol, asphalt, benzene, creosote), eczema and psoriasis treatment creams, shampoo.    

    CI 10    Creosote
    Wood preservative, cough mixtures.    
    Possible Effects: probably carcinogenic.

    CI 11    Crude Oil    
    Many plastics and chemicals are derived from crude oil.

    CI 12    Dental Anaesthetic
    CI 13    Diesel Fumes
    CI 14    Formaldehyde/ Formalin    
    Cavity wall insulation, printing ink, textile and fabric finishes (minimum iron etc.), chipboard, adhesives, photographic chemicals, preservatives in cosmetics and toiletries, treatments for warts and verrucae, throat lozenges, cleaning products, artificial silk, slow-release fertilisers, vaccines.    
    Possible Effects:  skin irritant and a very common allergen.

    CI 15    General Purpose Oil
    CI 16    House Dust Mite    
    Mainly found in bedding, carpets and upholstery.    
    Possible Effects: allergic reactions can cause eczema, asthma

    CI 17    Kapok
    Cushions, soft toys.    

    CI 18    Lanolin    
    Cosmetics, toiletries, soap, woollen clothes, some medicinal ointments and creams.
    Possible Effects: a very common allergen.

    CI 19    Latex    
    Protective gloves, contraceptives (condoms,  diaphragm and cap), hot water bottles, baby bottle teats, shoes, mattresses, pillows, balloons, rubber bands, elastic and finger stalls.    

    CI 20    Lycra
    Fabrics, elastic, sewing thread.    

    CI 21    Methylated Spirits
    CI 22    Mixed Nylon    
    Clothing, tights and stockings, carpets and furnishings.
    CI 23    Mosquito Bite
    CI 24    Moss Killer with Diclorophen    
    Diclorophen is a moss and algae killer, control of fungi and moulds on walls.    
    Possible Effects: cramps, diarrhoea, skin and eye irritation.

    CI 25    Neoprene
    Waterproof fabrics, wet suits.    

    CI 26    Paraffin/ Kerosene    
    Paraffin heaters, toiletries, hair creams, hand creams, Vaseline, ointment bases.

    CI 27    Perfumes and Aftershaves Mix
    CI 28    Petrol Fumes/ Gas Fumes (USA)    
    CI 29    Phenol/ carbolic acid    
    Fungicides, disinfectants, wood preservatives, synthetic fibres, vaccinations, floor leveling resins.
    Possible Effects: a common allergen.

    CI 30    Polyurethane    
    Paint, foamed plastics for insulation, cushions and upholstery, varnish.
    CI 31    Polybutylene
    CI 32    Polyvinyl chloride / PVC    
    Third most common plastic. Typical uses include raincoats, car/automobile interiors, furnishings (as mock leather), food wrappings (becoming less common), plastic bottles for drinks and personal care products, coatings for paper, shoe soles, plastic pipes and building materials. In hospitals also used for catheters, blood bags and tubing.    

    CI 33    Solid Fuel Fumes
    CI 34    Stain Removers
    CI 35    Turpentine    
    Cosmetics, polishes, varnishes, thinners, pine scented products, indigestion mixtures, irritant skin applications (rubefacient).    
    Possible Effects: CNS damage, irritation of skin and mucus membranes.

    CI 36    Wasp Sting / Yellow Jacket
    CI 37    Mixed Vial of 31 Inhalant and Contact Items    
    Contains: acrylic, aerosol propellant, chalk, calor gas fumes, mixed carpets, cat hair, cigarette smoke, tobacco, coal tar, crude oil, diesel, diesel fumes, dog hair, ethanol, formaldehyde, granite, mixed grasses, house dust, house dust mite, mixed moss, mixed lichens, nickel, north sea gas, petrol fumes, feathers, mixed plastics, sheep’s wool, solid fuel fumes, mixed washing powders.

    CI 38    Colophony    
    A pine resin found in paper, cosmetics, varnishes, paint, polishes, fly papers, adhesive tapes, epilating waxes, solder flux, etc.  
    Possible Effects:  a very common allergen.

    CI 39    Triphenyl Phosphate    
    A flame retardant added to many plastics such as TV’s and computer monitors; when the appliance heats up as it does in use small amounts of this chemical vapourise into the air.

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