Tin (Sn)

Hair tin (Sn) levels correlate with environmental exposure. Sn is a toxic element in both its organic and inorganic forms.

Sources for Sn are:

  1. food
  2. dental amalgams
  3. cosmetics
  4. preservatives
  5. food and beverage containers
  6. pewter
  7. bronze
  8. anti-corrosive plating

Symptoms of Sn toxciity include:

  1. skin, eye, GI tract irritation
  2. muscle weakness
  3. anemia
  4. testicular degeneration
  5. cysts

Typically, Sn will form a ball in the body, forming a cyst. Sn can penetrate into the brain.

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