Aluminium (AL)
This is the third most common metal on earth and one of the most toxic. It has incredibly low density and is able to resist corrosion. It is soft, durable and lightweight and is silver/dull grey.
It is commonly found in most water (except filtered and bottled). Very low levels can be found in plants, cereals, fruits and vegetables due to high concentrations in the ground, however there is none found in herbs, spices and teas. It is quite common in doughs and processed cheese.
It is common in everyday items like transport, household products, packaging and lighting. It is used in some antiperspirants and many over the counter medications contain quite high levels of aluminium.
Symptoms of aluminium toxicity can include memory loss, learning difficulty, loss of coordination, disorientation, mental confusion, disturbed sleep, colic, heartburn, flatulence, and headaches. Studies are still continuing about its possible link with Alzheimer’s.

Antimony (Sb)
This is a shiny grey metal and is extremely flame retardant. It is often used in cosmetics, army supplies and in cables. Symptoms of antimony poisoning can cause headaches, nausea, dizziness and depression.
Large doses cause vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal discomfort and tingling of the extremities.

Arsenic (As)
Arsenic appears in many minerals and is a metallic grey colour in its raw form. It is used in pesticides, wood products, and is notoriously poisonous.
Symptoms of arsenic poisoning can cause headaches, confusion, severe diarrhoea and drowsiness. In intense exposure, it can cause death.

Beryllium (Be)
This is a divalent element which naturally occurs when used in combination with other elements in minerals. It has a high melting point and a higher elasticity than steel. It is commonly found in x-ray machines, vehicle electronics and also used in aircraft, missiles, spacecraft and satellites.
Symptoms of beryllium toxicity include conjunctivitis, skin irritation, skin ulcers, nausea, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, eye irritation and in severe cases pneumonia.

Bismuth (Bi)
This is a brittle metal with a silvery white colour when fresh, but gains a pink tinge due to oxidation. It is also slightly radioactive. Bismuth has a low toxicity and is found in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals including Pepto-Bismol.
Symptoms of bismuth toxicity include confusion, decreased appetite, weight loss, weakness, joint pain, skin rash, tremors, diarrhoea and staining on gums.

Cadmium (Cd)
A very similar metal to zinc and mercury. It is slightly blue/white in colour. It is commonly found in batteries (mainly rechargeable), electroplating, televisions and paints.
There are also large quantities found in food products such as spinach, potatoes, shellfish and offal. It is one of the most toxic ingredients in cigarettes.
Symptoms of cadmium toxicity include fatigue, headaches, vomiting, anaemia and in more severe cases kidney dysfunction and emphysema.

Chromium (Cr)                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Chromium is a steely-grey hard metal with a high melting point. It is mostly used to harden steel and other services to resist corrosion. All chromium compounds may cause dermatitis and some may cause occupational asthma. They can also cause chrome ulcers which form little holes in the skin.

Cobalt (Co)
It is produced by reductive smelting and is silver/grey on colour. It used to be used as a blue pigment for jewellery but had to be stopped due to the amount of reactions it caused. It can commonly be found in lithium batteries and electroplating. Symptoms of cobalt toxicity include gastro issues, tinnitus and respiratory diseases.

Copper (Cu)
It is soft and malleable and red/orange in colour. It is a great conductor of heat and electricity.
It is often found in many household fittings including electrical wiring, roofing and plumbing.
Symptoms of copper toxicity include headaches, insomnia, fatigue, depression, learning difficulties and skin rashes.

Dental Amalgam
This is an alloy consisting of mercury (50%), silver (22-32%), tin (14%), copper (8%), and other trace metals. It is used due to its low cost, ease of application, strength and durability. Symptoms include various chronic breathing disorders, compromised cognitive functions, extreme changes in mood, hallucinations and depression.

Gold (Au)
This is a very dense metal, shiny and a bright yellow colour. It is often found in jewellery but it is also edible and is used in some foods and drinks. Symptoms of gold toxicity include headaches, vomiting, dermatitis, jaundice and pneumonitis.

Lead (Pb)
It is a soft malleable metal and is dull grey in colour. It is found in paint, ink, batteries, soldering, car fuel and is common in many plants. It is used in many weapons and also in the manufacturing of cars.
Symptoms of lead toxicity includes headache, abdominal pain, kidney failure, memory loss and many aspects of weakness and pain especially of the extremities.

Magnesium (Mg)
This is an alkaline earth metal and is the fourth most common element. It is soluble in water.
It is used in fireworks, photographic light bulbs and is often added to missile fuel. The main symptoms are diarrhoea and nausea.

Manganese (Mn)
It is often combined with iron and is most commonly used in stainless steels. It can be used to combat rust and corrosion in other metals. It is commonly found in coins as well as in most stainless steel and rust preventative products. Manganese is important to the body and only high exposure is normally an issue for people. Symptoms of Manganese toxicity includes: anaemia, tremors and stiff muscles.

Mercury (Hg)
It is the only metal that is liquid at room temperature, it is silver in colour. Mercury can be found in many electrical outlets around the home. It is also found in some household medicines and can still be used in some dental fillings. It is present in neon signs and even used in mascara. It can be found in many seafood’s and some fresh water fish. Symptoms of mercury toxicity are far and wide as it can affect any area of the body. It can affect the nervous system, the gastro area, the head and neck and even the cardio-vascular system.

Molybdenum (Mo)
It gets its name from the Greek word for lead, as the two were often confused. It is extremely hard and metallic in colour. The main use of molybdenum is in the commercial and industrial industries where it plays a large role in manufacturing. Symptoms can include itchy eyes and coughing, but in chronic exposure it may cause anorexia, diarrhoea and extreme joint pain.

Nickel (Ni)
It is hard and ductile and reactive with oxygen. It is silver/white in colour often with a golden tinge. It is used in many coins and also is often used to make magnets. It is present in some foods including bananas. It is another of the main toxic ingredients in tobacco products. Symptoms of nickel toxicity include skin rash, nausea, headaches, vomiting, chest pain, weakness and coughing.

Palladium (Pt)
It is a rare metal and is silver/white in colour. It has many uses including jewellery, dentistry, watches, blood sugar strips and in many aircraft and medical products. Symptoms of Palladium toxicity include extreme tiredness confusion, sore throat, migraines, blisters on the body, pain in the teeth and jaw and impairment of the immune system.

Silver (Ag)
It has the highest electrical conductivity of any element and is soft with a silver/white colour. It is commonly used in jewellery and can be mixed with mercury and used in fillings. It is used in many photography products and is still used in many household medicinal products. Symptoms of silver toxicity includes headaches, severe joint pain, fatigue, skin irritation, heart palpitations and increased levels of mucus.

Strontium (Sr)
This yellowish metallic element is highly reactive. It is named after Strontian, a village in Scotland where it was first discovered. It is used in cathode ray tubes. Symptoms begin with a skin rash and progresses to violent flu-like symptoms and an increased white blood cell count. The organs of the liver, kidneys and lungs can be severely damaged if exposure continues.

Tin (Sn)
It is often classed as a poor metal and is used to coat other metals to prevent corrosion it is silver in colour. It is mainly used in soldering with 52% of all tin being used in this way. It is also used as a coating and in food preservation. It is found in many industrial produced fruit juices. Symptoms of tin toxicity includes cramps, vomiting, diarrhoea, headaches, chills and many gastro issues.

Titanium (Ti)
It is a very strong element and is known for its corrosion resistance including against sea water. It is found in most living things including rocks, water and soil. It is used in aircraft, spacecraft and missiles. It is also used in the manufacture of cars, bikes, sports equipment and even spectacles. It is sometimes used in jewellery and medical procedures. It is now being used in dentistry as a teeth replacement product. Symptoms of titanium toxicity includes eye irritation and eye issues, skin pain, sore throats,
vomiting, mouth and nose irritations and shortness of breath.

Vanadium (V)
This is a hard silvery grey metal. It is very rarely found on its own as it is chemically combined in nature. It is corrosion resistant. It is used in nuclear applications, rust-resistant springs and high speed tools. Symptoms can include fever, chills, headache, cough, anorexia or ear infection.

Zinc (Zn)
Zinc (sometimes known as spelter) is used in paints, rubber production, in photocopying and as a wood preservative. It is also used in televisions and x-rays. Symptoms include burning sensation, chills, convulsions, rash, shortness of breath and vomiting.

Other things tested

Non food items tested

Abachi Wood Dust





Alternaria Alternate

American Beech




Artemisia Fish Food


Aspergillus Fumigatus

Aspergillus Niger

Aureobasidium Pullulans

Bamboo Shoot

Berlin Beetle

Bermuda Grass

Birch Pollen

Blomia Tropicalis

Blood Worm

Botrytis Cinerea

Box Elder

Brome Grass


Budgie Droppings

Budgie Feathers

Budgie Serum Proteins


Canary Feathers

Canary Grass

Candida Albicans

Casuarina Austrian Pine

Cat Dander

Cat Serum Albumin



Chaetomium Globosum

Chicken Droppings

Chicken Feathers

Chicken Serum Proteins

Chinchilla Epithelium

Chloramine T


Cladosproium Herbarum



Common Pigweed

Common Ragweed

Common Reed

Common Silver Birch

Common Wasp


Cotton Seed

Cotton Wood

Cow Dander

Curvularea Lunata

Cultivated Oats

Cultivated Rye

Cultivated Wheat

Daphnia Fish Food

Date Palm

Deer Epithelium

Disinfectant Agents

Dog Dander

Dog Epithelium

Dog Serum Albumin

Douglas Fir

Duck Feathers




English Plantain

Epicoccum Purpurascens

Ethylene Oxide

False Oat grass

False Ragweed

Ferret Epithelium


Weeping Fig

Finch Feathers



Fox Epithelium

Foxtail Millet

Fusarium Moniliforme

Gerbil Epithelium

Giant Ragweed

Goat Epithelium


Goose Feathers


Granary Weevil

Green Nimitti fly

Grey Alder

Guinea Pig Epithelium

Hamster Epithelium


Helminthosporum Halodes

Hexahydrophthalic Anhy-dride


Horn Beam

Horse Fly Bot

Horse Chestnut

Horse Dander

Horse Bot Fly

Horse Serum Proteins

House Dust

House Dust Mite

Insulin Bovine

Insulin Porcine



Italian Cyprus

Jack Fruit

Japanese Cedar

Japanese Millet

Johnson Grass


Linden Tree

London Plane




Maleic Anhydride



Meadow Fescue

Meadow Foxtail

Meadow Grass


Mediterranean Flour Moth



Methyltetrahydrophthalic Anhydride

Micropolyspora Faeni

Mink Epithelium

Mixed Cagebirds

Mixed Feathers

Mixed Grass Pollens

Mixed Moulds Sections

Mixed Nuts

Mixed Rageweed

Mixed Rodents

Mixed Tree Pollens (x 11)

Mixed Weed Pollens (x 7)



Mountain Juniper


Mouse Epithelium

Mouse Serum Proteins

Mouse Urine Proteins

Mucor Racemosus






Paper Wasp

Parrot Feathers

Penicillium Frequentans

Penicillium Notatum


Pepper Tree


Phoma Betae


Phthalic Anhydride

Pigeon Droppings

Pigeon Feathers


Pityrosporum Orbiculare

Pollens and Moulds



Rabbit Epithelium

Rabbit Serum Proteins

Rabbit Urine Proteins


Rat Epithelium

Rat Serum Proteins

Rat Urine Proteins

Reactive Chemicals


Rhizopus Nigricans

Rough Marshelder

Russian Thistle

Rye Grass

Salt Grass



Sheep Epithelium

Sheep Sorrel


Silk Waste



Stemphylium Botryosum

Storage mite x 5

Sugar Beet Seed

Sweet Gum

Sweet Vernal Grass

Swine Epithelium

Swine Serum Albumin

Swine Urine Protein

Tetanus Toxoid

Tetramin Fish Food

Thermoactinomyces Vulgaris

Timothy Grass

Tobacco Leaf


Trichoderma Viride

Trichophyton Rubrum

Trichosporon Pullulans

Trimelletic Anhydride

Turkey Feathers

Ulocladium Chartarum

Ustilago Nuda

Ustilago Tritici

Velvet Grass

Virginia Live Oak

Wall Pellitory

White Ash

White Pine

Wild Rye Grass

Food Items tested

 A-Lactalbumin

 Algae

 Almond

 Amaranth

 Anchovy

 Anise

 Apple

 Apricot

 Asparagus

 Aubergine

 Avocado

 Beta Lactoglobulin

 Banana

 Barley

 Barley Flour

 Basil

 Bay Leaf

 Beef

 Beetroot

 Bell Pepper

 Black Pepper

 Black Tea

 Blackberry


 Blue Mussel

 Blueberry

 Boiled Milk

 Bovine Lactoferrin

 Bovine Serum Albumin

 Brazil Nut

 Bread – Rye

 Bread – Wheat

 Broad Bean

 Broccoli

 Bromelin

 Brussels sprouts

 Buckwheat

 Butter Fat

 Cabbage – Green, Red & White

 Cacao

 Carambola

 Caraway

 Cardamon

 Carob

 Carrot

 Casein

 Cashew Nut

 Castor Bean

 Cauliflower

 Cayenne

 Celery

 Chamomile Tea

 Cheddar cheese

 Cherry

 Chestnut

 Chick Pea

 Chicken Meat

Chilli Pepper

 Chub Mackerel

 Chufas

 Cinnamon

 Clam

 Clove

 Cocoa Bean

 Coconut

 Cod

 Coffee

 Conalbumin

 Coriander

 Corn Meal

 Courgette

 Cow’s Milk

 Cow’s Milk Whey

 Crab

 Cranberry

 Crayfish

 Cucumber

 Cumin

 Curry (Santa Maria)

 Dandelion

 Date

 Dill

 Dinkel Flour

 Dried All Spice Berries

 Duck

 Eel

 Egg – White & Yolk

 Elk/Moose Meat

 Endives

 Eucalyptus

 Fennel

Fennel Seed

 Fenugreek

 Fig

 Flaxseed

 Garlic

 Gelitin

 Ginger

 Gluten

 Goat’s Milk

 Grape

 Grapefruit

 Green Coffee Beans

 Green Beans

 Green Pepper

 Green Tea

 Guar Guar Gum

 Guava

 Gum Arabic

 Hake

 Halibut

 Hazelnut

 Hemp Flour

 Herring

 Honey

 Hops

 Horse Meat

 Isphagula

 Jujube fruit

 Kamut

 Kiwi Fruit

 Kohlrabi

 Lamb

 Laurel

 Leeks


 Lemon Verbena

 Lentils

 Lettuce – (7 Varieties)

 Lime

 Lime Blossom Tea

 Linseed

 Lobster

 Lovage

 Lysozyme

 Macadamia Nuts

 Mace

 Mackerel

 Maize Corn

 Mallow Tea

 Malt

 Mandarin

 Mango

 Maple Syrup

 Mare’s Milk

 Marjoram

 Mate Tea

 Melon – Honeydew

 Milk Fat

 Milk Lactose & Powder

 Millet

 Millet Seed

 Mixed Fish

 Mixed Fish

 Mixed Seafood

 Mixed Spices

 Mint

 Mould Cheese

 Mushroom


 Mutton

 Nettle

 Oat Flour

 Oats

 Octopus

 Olive

 Onion

 Orange

 Oregano

 Ovalbumin

 Oyster

 Pacific Squid

 Papaya

 Paprika

 Parsley

 Parsnip

 Passion Fruit

 Pea

 Peach

 Peanut

 Pear

 Pecan

 Persimmon

 Pilchard

 Pine Nut

 Pineapple

 Pistachio Nut

 Plaice

 Plum

 Poppy Seed

 Pork

 Potato

 Pumpkin

Pumpkin Seed

 Quinoa

 Rabbit

 Radish

 Rapeseed

 Raspberry

 Red Bass

 Red Beet

 Red Currant

 Red Kidney Bean

 Rice

 Rice Flour

 Rooibos Tea

 Rosehip Tea

 Rosemary

 Runner Beans

 Rye

 Rye Flour

 Semolina

 Sesame Seed

 Sheep’s Milk

 Sheep’s Milk Whey

 Shrimp

 Snail

 Sole

 Soya Bean

 Spinach

 Squid

 Strawberry

 Sugar (Beet)

 Sunflower Seed

 Swede

 Sweet Chestnut

 Sweet Potato

Sweet Corn

 Swordfish

 Tapioca

 Tarragon

 Tea

 Thyme

 Tomato

 Triticale

 Trout

 Tuna

 Turkey Meat

 Turmeric

 Vanilla

 Veal

 Vegetable (Mixed)

 Venison

 Walnut

 Watermelon

 Wheat

 White Bean

 Yeast

Nutritional items tested


Alpha Lipoic Acid

AlliumAmino Acids



Ascorbic Acid











Citrus bio-flavonoids




Docosahexaenoic Acid

Eicosapentaenoic Acid

Ellagic Acid

Essential Fatty Acids




Folic Acid

Gallic Acid












Lipoic Acid




Malic Acid




Omega 3 fatty acids

Omega 6 fatty acids

Pantothenic acid

Para Aminobenzoic acid


















Vitamin A

Vitamin B1

Vitamin B2

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B5

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B12

Vitamin C

Vitamin D

Vitamin E

Vitamin K