Analysis of horsehair
Analysis of horsehair

Analysis of horsehair

Sale price99.00 CHF

  1. Order your analysis on this page.
  2. Fill out the form received by email following the purchase
    (Sending may take up to 5 minutes. If you have not received anything, please check your spam folder.)
  3. Return the completed form as well as your direct debit of horsehair/hair to the address indicated.
  4. The results are sent approximately 2 weeks after receipt of your sample.

Follow the steps above

Pickup available at Route de Montheron 8 A Usually ready in 24 hours

Analysis of horsehair

Route de Montheron 8 A

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

Route de Montheron 8 A
1053 Cugy

The steps below

Tailor-made preparation

The Laboratories specializing in Oligotherapy, offer to analyze your hair to carry out a mineral assessment, in order to know your deficiencies and your excesses, detect the presence of heavy metals, in order to make one or more tailor-made mixtures aimed at rebalancing your body.

How to proceed with the collection?

For a good quality analysis, it is very important that the sample is carried out correctly:

  • Cut 3 strands (approximate width of a finger) from the mane to the root, in 3 different places, along the neckline
  • Keep the first 3 to 4 centimeters from the root for a volume of approximately one tablespoon, and place them in an envelope
    < /li>
  • The samples are analyzed
  • You will receive the results and comments within the following 15 days

It is recommended to carry out a new analysis after a year to observe the evolution of your animal.


Within 15 days you will receive your personal results and the findings made. By going through your pharmacy or drugstore, you can also obtain advice and recommendations for 2 vials of trace elements adapted to the results of your analysis.

You are advised to carry out a new analysis after one year to observe the evolution of your hair assessment.

Questions ?


This analysis is not simply an observation of the mane. Each sample is then soaked in an acidic solution to make it liquid and analyzable for its mineral composition.

Therefore, this analysis takes time, which is why the turnaround time for receiving results and their interpretation is about fifteen days. Each report is interpreted by a specialist, and then the treatments are prepared individually.

The interest lies in conducting a mineral assessment, an inventory: what are the deficiencies? What are the excesses? Are there heavy metals in the body?

Many people undergo these analyses to check for the presence of lead, mercury, or aluminum, all of which are pollutants in our environment and unfortunately can be stored in the body.

The main reason for conducting a mane analysis is primarily to highlight deficiencies in trace elements observed in the body.

It's very simple with easy sampling, it's not like a blood test where you have to go to the laboratory, the hair collection can be done at home.

This sample is therefore very easy to take and can be sent by post. What is very important is to fill out the questionnaire correctly, which will help us to interpret the mineral balance more precisely, then to prepare the trace element mixtures. In the harvest, there is no need for the bulb. It is therefore a painless sampling.

Cut the mane hairs as close to the root as possible to obtain a quantity of three to five grams, which is equivalent to a large tablespoon.

Another way to measure the correct quantity is to open your hand and completely cover the palm (on the surface). If the palm is covered, then there is enough mane hair.

If the mane hairs are long, it is best not to include the tips because the tip of the hair is less interesting. The goal is to conduct a mineral assessment; at the moment, the mane grows regularly, and by analyzing the first three to five centimeters, we obtain an average of mineral fluctuations over the few months preceding the analysis. Therefore, it is ideal to keep a segment of maximum 5 cm in length.

Free delivery

From 40 CHF of purchase in Switzerland and Europe.