If you believe that
your food, drinks, and/or yourself are being poisoned,
act now before it gets worse or possibly death. Poison test is done
by testing for various chemical compounds that can cause a lot of health probems including fatality, if not treated immediately. Poison exposure can be accidental, intentional, premeditated, and other reasons. Some chemical poisons are quick reacting such as cyanide that can cause death, while others such as Arsenic may take some time before symptoms start to appear. It's difficult at times to determine what the poisonous compounds that someone has been exposed to, however, there are some indicators such as manifestations of symptoms including shortness of breath, rash, etc., and more importantly doing a poisonous compound testing. An accurate test results is critical for the appropriate administration of treatment.
How to know what to test for?
that there are just too many chemicals, that are
potentially poisonous that a person can be expose to.
it's like a needle in a haystack, a challenging task but
doable. Therefore, we have grouped or categorized
them according to their chemical properties, relative
physiological effects, and others. Also, the
symptoms (i.e. dizziness, shortness of breath, vomiting,
etc.) that you experienced will help us narrow down the
more appropriate category to find out what substance(s)
you've been expose to.
Poison Testing Categories or
Materials that can be tested -
Urine, food, drinks, pills,
powders, liquids and solid substances
read the following information, carefully, to avoid any
confusion and misunderstanding. You are welcome to
contact us at 614-515-1792 or email at
if you have any questions.
The ingredients of an item that you want tested, for
example, bread will not be tested. The ingredients
are listed on the product wrapper or container. We
can ONLY tests for the Testing Options or Categories
A. Qualitative Testing -
Negative or Positive
results ONLY. See below for Quantitative
ALL TESTING OPTIONS OR CATEGORY IS PER SAMPLE ONLY
For example, if you want to test for Poisons on
a Liquid Sample, the price is $285.00. If you want
to tests for Poisons and Drugs on the same sample
"Liquid Sample", the price is $285.00 for Poisons, and
$385.00 for Drugs with a total of $670.00.
This is section is for Non-Forensic/Legal, and
Non-Certificate of Analysis Testings. For
Forensic/Legal and Certificate of Analysis see
Certificate of Analysis Testing.
Options or Categories 1 thru 7 are laboratory testing,
and not "HOME TEST KITS". In addition, they will
ONLY identify (negative or positive) the substance, if
There are 7 Categories or Options to choose from the
If for example
if you choose Category 4 (Poison Testing), and results comes back
Negative, you can choose to do another testing from the
list below, if you choose to do so to try to identify
the substance(s) that made you sick. Likewise, if
the results are positive then there is no need for
If you have any questions, please
contact us at 614-515-1792 or email
The symptoms that you developed and experienced will
help with selection of the following Categories or
Options of Testings below. In addition, the
Categories or Testing Options will have some of the most
common symptoms if you were exposed to the causative
agent from the appropriate Category or Option.
that this is just a general guideline to help with
choosing the appropriate Testing Category or Options
based on your symptoms.
a. Option 1 or Category 1 - Comprehensive
Drugs can also be
considered poisonous, if given in large amounts. This
will check for over 150 drugs including prescribed drugs
such as Valium, Xanax, etc., illicit drugs such as
Cocaine, Amphetamines, etc., and over the counter drugs
such as Benadryl, Acetaminophen, etc.
Price - $385.00 per
Option 2 or Category 2 - "Bath Salts" Testing
"Bath Salts" are cathinones and synthetic cathinones
that has similar effects as Amphetamines and
Methamphetamines, but more potent. It has
become a popular substance as a means to get "high",
recreationally with easy access in getting the
substance. Some of the symptoms from "Bath Salts"
exposure include, alertness, rapid heart rate,
difficulty breathing, dizzines, headache, arrythmia,
hypertension or increase blood pressure.
Price - $325.00 per
Option 3 or Category 3 -
Chemical Solvents Analysis
This is a chemical analysis of most common solvents and chemicals used in laboratory, clinics, and other entities. Chemicals analyzed include Benzene, Xylene, Ethylene Glycol, Acetylene, Toluene, Propylene Glycol, etc. Exposure to these chemicals can cause nausea, headache, dizziness, vomiting, etc. Seek medical attention right away, to prevent further health problemsPrice - $335.00 per sample
d. Option 4 or Category 4 -
We can tests
for the most
common household chemicals such as bleach, cyanide,
antifreeze (engine coolant), rat poison, and many
others. This is the most common option that is selected to find
out what substance(s), that someone has been exposed to.
Therefore, it's a good starting point to identify what
type of chemicals that you have been exposed and
developed symptoms such as rash, numbness, shortness of
- $285.00 per sample
e. Option 5 or Category 5 - Microbial Testing
Testing for bacteria such as E. coli,
Salmonella, and others, fungus. Symptoms does
become apparent until several hours.
Price - $275.00 per
f. Option 6 or Category 6 - Herbicide Testing
Herbicides are basically chemicals that kills weeds,
which are plants that grows alongside lawns, gardens,
trees, etc. Although weeds can be an eyesoar, but
also compete with other plants for available nutrients.
It's interesting to know that not all weeds are bad, or
cause environmental problems. Some weeds such as
dandelions have medicinal benefits that can lower blood
pressure, reduce inflammation, heart and liver healthy,
and others. The most common weed killers include
Bensulide, and others.Price -
$255.00 per sample
Symptoms of Weed
g. Option 7 or Category 7 - Pesticide Testing
Pesticides are chemical compounds that are
designed to get rid of pest, mainly insects that invade
or demolish a plant. There are many types of
pesticides including diazinon, boric acid, malthion,
dursban, metaldehyde, and others. DDT was one of
the most common pesticide that was widely used, however,
it has devastating effects on human health by causing
cancer. From this, DDT was completely banned by
government both state, and federal levels.
Price - $385.00 per
B. Quantitative or
Any results from the above categories can
be quantified, or determine the concentration at an
will be expressed in Percent form.
a. One to two chemical compound -
$135.00 per compound.
b. More than
two compounds -
$375.00 for any number of compounds found. For
example, if there are 4 chemical compounds the cost is
$375.00. Likewise, if there are 7 chemical compounds
that need to be quantified the cost is also $375.00, and