Intolerance Hair Test Service
Do you have bloating, wind, fatigue, or headaches...? Or do you suffer from skin problems, asthma, or hayfever ...? These symptoms could be caused by a food intolerance. If you want to get it checked out, we recommend you have our hair test done. Just pop in to our shop and fill in a form. We will take a small amount of your hair as the sample and send it away to be tested. Results take approximately four weeks to arrive. Once the results are in, we'll email it to you or give you a phone call and post it to you.
The hair test costs $105.00. Additional samples supplied by you (for products that are not on our lists), can be sent for testing for an extra $1.20 per/sample.
How is testing done?
The testing is carried out using an EAV (electroacupuncture according to Voll) machine. The EAV machine measures the electromagnetic energy when the hair is exposed to various test samples. A German physician named Reinhold Voll first developed EAV technology in Europe in the late 1950's.
What is the difference between the hair test and other tests like prick tests?
Each type of testing has its merits. Skin prick tests measure the skin's reaction by exposing the skin to different irritants. Blood tests measure the antibody levels to a certain substance. These tests are usually carried out to measure allergies. With hair testing, minor intolerances can be detected wihich may be difficult to measure using other allergy tests. Intolerances can take serveral days to have an effect on the body after ingestion, which is why they can be difficult to identify.
The strengths of hair testing
The limitations of hair testing
Hair testing measures the changes in electromagnetic resonance. If a food item has not been consumed for 6 months or more, then a reaction will be highly unlikely. This is because the vibration of this particular food is no longer present in the electromagnetic field of the client.
Coloured or permed hair doesn't matter
Hair treatments such as perms or colours do not affect the results of the test unless there is a reaction to the chemicals used during the hair treatment process.
Babies can be tested
Babies can be tested. If the hair is very short, we recommend that the parents shave the hair and place the hair in a bag. If babies are breast fed, then we recommend that the mothers adjust their diet with the help of their herbalist.
Amount of hair needed
The amount of hair required is approximately 4cm long and 0.5-1cm wide (about the size of two match sticks). The hair is usually taken from the nape of the neck. If the hair is short, then a selection of smaller cuts can be taken. If the person has no hair on their head, then a sample of clean arm, underarm, chest or pubic hair can be provided for testing.