Cost of Hair Analysis is Bht 8,750 or USD 250, this includes a full booklet report from Analytical Lab in Phoenix America, a customized program design by Dr. Wilson and Team as well as ongoing consultation with Robert.
Periodic retesting of the minerals is very important to monitor progress and guide changes in your diet, supplement and detoxification program. A Hair retest is recommended every 3 to 6 months to fine tune program.
Supplements recommended would roughly cost about USD 200 to USD 300 per month. However, program can be modified for those on a budget.
1. Fill out General Information and Symptom Forms online.
a)If you are a new client, click here to fill out the Initial Hair Order
b)If you are an existing client, click here to fill out the Hair Retest Order
In case you want to talk to Robert first, please feel free to contact us for a FREE consultation session.
2. Cut Hair Sample
You can cut your own hair sample or have a friend or hair dresser do this for you.
The requirements for getting an accurate representation of the present trace mineral levels from a hair analysis include taking a proper sample. These instructions describe the correct procedure to follow:
Click here for detailed instructions on how to cut hair sample
a. Sampling: Hair should be clean and dry when it is being sampled. The sample should be taken between four to twenty four hours after washing. for the best quality results the sample should not be dyed, bleached, or permed. Retest sample should be taken from the same area as the original sample if at all possible.
b. Sampling Location: Head hair taken from the nape of the neck will provide the best sample. The growth of hair here is relatively steady and should give good, consistent results. As an option, axillary hair, pubic hair or other body hair may be used. The growth pattern here varies and is rather sporadic, but it produces adequate results. Note, however, that samples from the head and different parts of the body should not be mixed together. Sampling axillary or pubic hair is also a very good way to confirm that elevated toxic minerals which have been found in the head hair are present in the whole system.
c. Equipment Needed: A standard rat-tailed combo and a regular stainless steel scissors are all that is basically needed. For short hair, thinning shears may be used to keep from disturbing the hair style as much as possible. With long hair, a hair pin or clip may also be used.
d. Cutting a Sample: Comb and lift a section of hair at nape of the neck. Either pin or clip the section or have the client hold it up out of the way. Separate s smaller section and cut the hair off as close the the scalp as possible. For short hair – 1.5 inches in length or less – use the entire sample. For long hair – over 1.5 inches in length, cut off and use 1 to 1.5 inches of the hair from the end that was next to the scalp (the root). Discard the rest. Take several small samples from different spots and combine them. This will help assure an accurate, representative sample on the average, while leaving no noticeable “bald” places in the hair style.
e. Weighing the Sample: The weight of the hair sample should be approximately 125 mg. This should be about one heaping table spoonful.