Quicksilver Scientific’s Mercury Tri-Test screens for a broad range of potentially toxic and nutrient metals to show elevated exposure to toxic metals or imbalances of nutrient metals in whole blood.
The Mercury Tri-Test requires a sample of blood, hair, and urine to perform mercury speciation analysis and assess both the body burden and ability to excrete each form of mercury.
Because imbalances of mineral pairs, especially copper-to-zinc ratios, can have a similar clinical presentation to heavy metal toxicity, and excess copper can have a synergistic effect with the heavy toxic metals, it is important to consider testing with the Blood Metals Panel in combination with the Mercury Tri-Test.
To order test kits, please log in to www.quicksilverscientific.com as a Registered Practitioner.
In some states, consumers may be able to order directly from us. Please note, Direct Access Testing kits must be pre-paid for and they include test interpretation ONLY. No medical advice will be given. We recommend working with a practitioner to help with the healing process. Please encourage your practitioner to contact us to become trained on the Quicksilver Scientific testing, protocol and products. If you do not have one, please check our practitioner locator to find one in your area.
Practitioner Locator: https://www.quicksilverscientific.com/practitioner-locator.
States in which direct access testing is allowed are: Alaska, Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington DC, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. If you are not in one of these states, you are required go through a practitioner.