Hair Mineral Analysis provides quantified levels of 39 elements in the
animal's hair, including essential nutrients and toxic contaminants. These
elements are: aluminium, antimony, arsenic, barium, beryllium, bismuth,
boron, cadmium, calcium, chromium, cobalt, copper, gold, iodine, iron,
lead, lithium, magnesium, manganese, mercury, molybdenum, nickel,
phosphorus, platinum, potassium, rubidium, selenium, silicon, silver,
sodium, strontium, sulphur, thallium, tin, titanium, tungsten, uranium,
vanadium and zinc.
Significant mineral ratios and toxic ratios
are also tabled, providing invaluable information on the relationships
between important synergistic or antagonistic elements in the animal's body.
addition to the Animal Hair Mineral Analysis report, can you will also
receive an individually tailored interpretation by a SAFE™ Naturopath, to
enable a detailed understanding of the results of the report. The
interpretation also includes lifestyle, dietary and supplemental advice
to increase particular minerals where there may be a deficiency, or to
decrease in the case of an excess, thereby assisting in the restoration
of mineral balance in the animal's body.
Suitable for vegetarians
Suitable for vegans
Suitable for pescatarians
Not tested on animals
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Cautions: Please be aware that some natural supplements may be unsuitable to take whilst on pharmaceutical medications, pregnant, with certain health conditions, or for use by children. If you are currently using any medications or have a particular health condition, please consult one of our Naturopaths prior to commencing any supplemental program. All information provided is for personal education purposes only, and should not be used for diagnosing a health condition or disease.