- Vibrational Therapy
- Ozone therapy
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Detoxification & Rejuvenation
- Lead,Mercury & Toxic Metals Poisoning
- Home Remedies
- Agnihotra Homa
- Case Histories
- The Amazing Energizer
There are two methods which can be used to test a child for lead poisoning. Those methods are 1) capillary - finger stick, which allows a large number of children to be screened, and 2) venous draw - blood taken from the vein and is very accurate. The following chart informs you as to what to do when results are received from either method. The blood lead levels given are measured in micrograms per deciliter (one millionth of a gram). In India venous blood Lead tests are done.
No additional action necessary unless exposure sources change.
HINTS: Remove and cover all known lead hazards in and around your home. Frequent hand washing, damp dusting and moping of floors will help to reduce lead dust. Increase iron, calcium and vitamin C foods to help your child fight lead poisoning.
HINTS: Remove and/or cover all known lead hazards in and around your home. Frequent damp dusting, mopping and hand washing will help reduce lead dust. Increase iron, calcium and vitamin C foods to help your child fight lead poisoning.