How to interpret heavy metals lab test results from CWC Labs
05/20/2018 / By Mike Adams / Comments
How to interpret heavy metals lab test results from CWC Labs

If you’ve purchased a heavy metals lab test kit from the Health Ranger Store, you’ll receive a report listing the ppb (parts per billion) concentrations for over 20 elements, including lead, zinc, magnesium, cadmium and more. We use ICP-MS instrumentation (“mass spec”) to test heavy metals down to single-digit ppb concentrations.

See the full list of elements we measure at this CWC Labs link.

I’ve published a video that explains how to interpret these lab test results. You can watch the full video below.

People use these heavy metals lab tests to measure the precise concentrations of heavy metals and nutritive elements in:

  • Nutritional supplements
  • Body hair (can tell your mercury exposure)
  • Well water or municipal water
  • Soils
  • Cosmetics (there’s often lead in lipstick)
  • Popular food items

If you want to know the heavy metals concentrations in something you’re eating or consuming, pick up a heavy metals test kit at this link.

Watch the full video here to learn how to interpret the test results:


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