Bentonite Clay and Heavy Metal Screen Test Saver Pack


The Bentonite Clay and Heavy Metal Screen Test Saver Pack combines 2kg Bentonite Clay with 2 Heavy Metal Screen Tests

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The Bentonite Clay and Heavy Metal Screen Test Saver Pack combines 2kg Bentonite Clay with 2 Heavy Metal Screen Tests

Bentonite Clay is 100% pharmaceutical grade.

A 2kg pouch of clay will provide between 7 – 14 baths.


The Heavy Metal Screen Test is simple to use and measures semi-quantitatively the metals that have not been neutralized by the body (unbound or free metals ions). With the help of the colour chart it is easy to identify the degree of the metal concentration as well as your capacity of detoxification:

  • No metals present
  • Low concentration
  • Medium concentration
  • High concentration

The Heavy Metal Screen Test allows you to instantly test yourself for heavy metal toxicity. If you want to know how well your body is able to cope with heavy metal ions, you can do this now. The Heavy Metal Screen Test gives you the tools to take charge of your health. Sub-acute heavy metal toxicity is directly or indirectly linked to issues many people suffer regularly:

Developed from the professional screen test, these Heavy Metal testing kits are designed for self application by the general public as well as for therapists.  If there is a concentration of metals in your first screen test you can also use the second test after few months, to follow the effectiveness of your chelation therapy.


Begin filling the bath with hot water and empty the pre-measured amount of clay from the scoop (1 scoop = ½ cup) into the bathwater. Using a stainless steel or plastic whisk or other non-metallic stirring utensil, thoroughly mix the clay into the bathwater. The small particle size of the clay will dissolve easily with no clumping. Continue to fill the tub allowing space to add more water later.
After having thoroughly mixed the clay into the bath water allow the clay to fully hydrate by letting it sit for 10-20 minutes before getting in. Prior to getting in, measure the temperature of the bath water with a thermometer. Add cooler or hotter water to bring the temperature between 100-104 degrees Fahrenheit. Step into the tub carefully as the clay may be slippery. Submerge as much of your body as possible.


Use of clay bath can result in the following, fatigue, light-headedness, lethargy, hyperactivity, loss of appetite, irritability, nausea, flu-like symptoms, skin eruptions.
If any of these symptoms occur, remove yourself from the bath immediately. Also, make sure the water is not hotter than 104 degrees.

Only use clay baths under the advice of a doctor or healthcare provider if you have a heart condition, high or low blood pressure, or are on any pharmaceutical medication. Do not use the clay bath if you are sick with the flu or other viral or bacterial infection. If you are taking a prescription medication, speak with your doctor before beginning a clay bath. Avoid breathing in the clay powder directly.



Storage Instructions

Store in a cool, dark place out of reach of children