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Urine Analysis System
Brand Name:
Two Blue Diamonds
Model Number:
Place of Origin:
Illinois, United States
Instrument classification:
Class III
Metals Detected:
Copper, Zinc, Cadmium, Lead, Mercury, Nickel
Place of Manufacture:
Expiration Date:
1 year
Invasive or Non Invasive:
Non Invasive
Professional Test:
Private Labeling:
Yes (or our brand)
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
2000 Box/Boxes per Week
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Professionally packaged for safe transit.
Glen Caron, IL USA
Product Description




Most heavy metals urine test kits will only detect if you have low, medium or high levels of metals in the urine. Our heavy metals urine test kit will tell if you have the presence of Copper, Zinc, Cadmium, Lead, Mercury and/or Nickel.



Designed especially to detect the presence of toxic heavy metals in the body using urine or saliva. They can also be used to detect heavy metals in most clear liquid medium. It is important to check the presence of heavy metals because they are the main cause of excessive free radical activity, which can cause damage to the healthy state of the body including depleting the body's immune system. Heavy metal toxicity represents an uncommon, yet clinically significant, medical condition. If unrecognized or inappropriately treated, heavy metal toxicity can be harmful and dangerous.


What's Included:

  • 1 sealed pH Test Strip
  • 1 detailed instructional test sheet
  • 1 pH modifying solution (LABELED W/ RED DOT)
  • 1 Testsol solution (LABELED W/ GREEN DOT)
  • 1 urine specimen cup
  • 1 mixing vial w/ screw on cap
  • 1 plastic pippete
  • 1 test paper (keep out of direct light until ready to use)

4 Step Process:

  1. Prepare sample solution
  2. Test sample solution
  3. Determination of metals or detoxification capacities
  4. Interpretation of results

* Detailed instructions*

* For this screen test, the pH adjustment is necessary. The urine must first be measured and set to 6.5-7.0 with the pH solution (Step 1).  During step 3, there are 4 repetitive sub-steps that requires adding more liquid and comparing to color chart on the box. Very simple, step by step. Adding 1ml of urine to the sample.  



The test paper contains dithizone. Upon agitation of the test solution, the metal ions in the sample bind to the dithizone at adequate acidity levels (pH-value of 7.0). Dithizone and metals form complexes of specific colors depending on the nature of the metals (elements). Color intensity augments with higher quantities of metal ions.

At the presence of several metals in the urine, a combination of colors may occur (grey coloration, – mostly with first samples). The color of the zinc complexes mixes with the respective colors of copper, lead and mercury. The predominant metal in the sample may be visually clearly recognized, however. The test should be used exclusively as a ‘’screening test’’ in order to determine the presence of heavy metals.The classical Heavy Metal Screening Test has been verified and unequivocally approved with regard to method and reliability, through independent laboratories by Prof. Dr. Georg Schwedt, Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry at the Technical University of Clausthal, as well as by Prof. Dr. med. Lucius Maiwald at Gerbrunn and by Dr. Leman at the Institute for Toxicology and Medicinal Laboratory Diagnostics.

The reaction times of the heavy metal ions vary; therefore, depending on their respective concentrations, different colorations may occur from which one can, in addition to the qualitative conclusions (the dithizone reagent binds to Cu, Zn,Cd, Hg, Pb, Mn, Co,Ni,) draw also quantitative ones regarding the contaminant.

This screen test allows the detection of free heavy metal ions in bodily liquids such as urine. The contamination from amalgam fillings or from the environment pointing to infections, organ or system disorders as well as potential health problems can be identified.

By taking the biological space of the essential minerals, heavy metals are blocking the absorption of essential minerals and simultaneously a toxic accumulation of unbound zinc and copper ions occurs.

At this stage of the contamination, the discharge of copper and zinc ions from the organism are toxics (free electrically active) metals and they can be made visible with the screen test.

The valuable essential metals copper and zinc have, in effect, become toxic metals.

Therefore when checking the urine for heavy metals, toxic amounts of copper and zinc will always show up first during the test procedure and indicate the presence of heavy metals in the body.

Up to a certain point, a healthy body is able to bind (chelate) free heavy metal atoms, i.e. neutralize their electromagnetic charge and clear them out. If this mechanism is no longer able to function because too many toxins have accumulated in the organism, the number of free radicals will increase, especially if the body is suffering an antioxidant deficiency at the same time. In such cases, administering antioxidant supplements will not solve the real problem, namely the accumulation of heavy metal ion deposits in the body.

The need for detoxification is established before any specific therapy is administered. The test reagent is therefore an important aid during the initial evaluation. As it is urgent that necessary counter-measures be implemented in the patient’s detoxification therapy, a method to expose and monitor heavy metals becomes crucial. 

Packaging & Shipping

 All packaging is professionally packaged to avoid damage.

Company Information

Two Blue Diamonds LLC

PO Box 399 Glen Carbon, IL