Complete sample collection kit with detailed instructions on how to obtain and return the sample via mail
Easy-to-read results of the exam within 2 weeks after receipt of sample
Checked by a fully licensed and registered clinical laboratory that has performed millions of tests since 1972
An inexpensive yet accurate way to check for toxic element exposure in drinking water
Price includes laboratory analysis.
Comprehensive Drinking Water
Analysis is a test used to determine the presence of certain metals in your
water. Here are the heavy metals and elements covered by this exam:
Primary Water Metals
Antimony Arsenic Beryllium
Uranium Barium Cadmium
Chromium Mercury Nickel
Secondary Water Metals
why test your water for these substances? First, the presence of these metals
may cause harm to your body. Studies suggest that if an elevated level of toxic
elements (e.g. lead) is found in the body, you can be at risk for certain
test is especially recommended to homes with old piping systems. It is also
suggested in municipal areas where the plumbing systems may be contaminated. Most
importantly, the exam aims to ensure that only clean water is delivered to homes and establishments.
Accredited Laboratory (CLIA ID: 14D0646470, Medical Care Provider No: 148453)
doing this test, claims to have done millions of Comprehensive Drinking Water Analysis Test (since
Click here to see a sample report. Please note that the sample report shows Fluoride and pH levels which can only be detected by the Premium Test.
Currently not available for New York,
Florida and Connecticut residents
Here are the facts -
"41% of U.S. wells may be
contaminated with coliform bacteria." --- The Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC)
"40% of municipal water suppliers
have violated federal standards and nearly 50 million Americans are using
improperly treated or contaminated water." --- Natural Resource Defense
"People of low immunity (HIV or
undergoing cancer therapy) need to be aware of dangers of tap water." ---
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
is no such thing as pure water. Although some areas may have clean water, nearly all of it that
comes in our homes and offices contain contaminants. Even in the absence of
nearby pollution-causing activities, water can still be infected.
microbes, organic carbon compounds, dissolved minerals, and metals find their
way in our drinking water. When the
levels of these elements increase, they may affect our household routines and
may even bring detrimental changes to our health.
are many evidences that can point to impurities in the water. Obvious problems
like staining of laundry and plumbing fixtures are two common examples.
Objectionable odor and taste of the water may also suggest excessive levels of
contaminants in the water. Although many of the impurities present no danger to
human health, water must still be inspected for any increase in these elements.
The only way to ensure safety of your drinking
water is to have a periodic laboratory analysis done.
the availability of modern water analysis, you can now easily test your water
supply of impurities. This Comprehensive Test from Doctor's Data will check for
the presence of different kinds of metal in your water.
The Technology behind
Comprehensive Drinking Water
Analysis is supported by state-of-the-art technology. A team of systems
analysts, engineers, chemists and architects specialized in the lab design to
ensure that everything is well-suited for water analysis.
lab is also equipped with a clean room technology to remove all contaminants
that may alter the results. It has air purification systems to keep unfiltered
air out of the laboratory area. The lab is also outfitted with features that
guarantee accurate results.
this kind of technology on hand, the examination results are without doubt
credible enough to meet your standards.
Warning: The contents
of this report are not intended to be diagnostic, and the physician using this
information is cautioned against treatment based solely on the results of this
water analysis test.
Together with the collection kit are instructions on how to obtain water samples in your home or office. It also includes detailed information on how to send the samples back to the lab. Here is a basic water sampling procedure for homeowners:
1. Request a sample collection kit where you can store some drinking water supply.
2. Carefully read the directions inside the kit since the procedure can vary from one home to another.
3. Remove home water screens or filter systems.
4. Heat the tip of the faucet with a torch or lighter until it gets hot.
5. For about 5 minutes, let the cold water run in your faucet.
6. Lift the bottle cap without touching the insides of the container. Fill the bottle with water and leave about a half-inch for air.
7. Place the bottle inside the Styrofoam container.
8. Completely fill out the info sheet and send it back to the laboratory. Make sure to include the legal description, time, and the sampling date.
9. Wait for the water test interpretation or result in about 2 weeks.