I am not a physician and neither are you. I was not giving advice,
my post was suggested as a warning test and an indicator *not a
diagnosis*. Neither did I suggest which brand of tomato sauce to
taste, selecting an organic, no-sugar-add brand would be common sense
in such a test. And the tomato sauce should taste un-naturally sweet,
This test was suggested to me by a toxicology nurse and as she
indicated to me it is kind of like a canary in a coal mine - not the
best indicator of toxic gas- but for the miners its better than
Gastric and blood testing would be needed for a diagnosis of cupric
oxide poisoning and could only be carried out by a physician and then
only if ones health insurance covered such testing.
The act of requesting such testing without significant cause might
even jeopardize an individuals ability to obtain future health
insurance coverage. So is that your advice?
Individual results may vary