metal detoxification therapy
Introduction to metal detoxification therapy：
For modern men, the advancement of industrial technology has led to the continuous increase of toxic elements in the environment, ranging from air pollution, paints and coatings, batteries to seafood, drinking water, fruits and vegetables, and so on. These toxins tend to amass in the fat, bones and other body tissues, and as time passes, this accumulation in the long run will eventually result in extensive physical and mental discomfort, including distress, depression, memory loss, fatigue and so on. Unfortunately, these symptoms are not specific enough to be associated with the results of heavy metal contamination and will lead to physical and mental harm if they are ignored and not examined in time.
The heavy metal detoxification treatment program, focusing on the general health problems resulted from “excessive heavy metal”, exclusively puts forward the concept of “health prevention”. Through scientific tests, this program uses blood tests to analyze the levels of more than 20 kinds of potentially harmful elements such as lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium, nickel, aluminum and tin, and to identify customers’ pathological roots, in an attempt to improve their health through proper daily routine, food and environment without using drugs. It can also timely detect the level of heavy metals in the body so that customers will have the liberty of deciding whether to consider special treatment in advance to eliminate the threat of toxic substances in the body, which provides the best quality and most worry-free health solutions for customers.
Intended population for heavy metal detoxification therapy：
1. People who live in areas with heavy air pollution and environmental pollution;
2. People who take medicine, e.g. TCM, for a long time;
3. People who eat seafood, such as fish, oysters, etc., regularly.
4. People with gray appearance, spots, or acnes, etc;
5. People with various sub-health symptoms, such as fatigue, allergies, insomnia, headache, depression, emotional lability, inability to concentrate, and learning disabilities, and often feel tired;
6. People with chronic diseases such as cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, arthralgia, neurasthenia, nausea and vomiting, digestive diseases, liver and kidney symptoms, constipation, precursors of Alzheimer’s disease, anemia, and skin diseases;
7. People with memory loss, eye irritation, and decreased vision;
8. People with tumors and cancer.