LWP Complete Pesticide Test Kit
75 vials, including flat tray storage box

IMPORTANT NOTE:
1. The Vials & Box for this kit was updated in 2022. New Vial Size: 10 x 50mm. New Storage Boxes: Sturdy white cardboard flat tray box with a foam inlay for the vials.
2. This kit started out many years ago with 25 vials and progressed to 3 kits totalling 75 vials as more pesticide vials were added over the years. The 3 kits have now been combined into one kit of 75 vials (and discounted). If you purchased any of the separate kits in the past and wish to be updated let us know.

The energy patterns of various pesticides. Pesticides cause all sorts of problems. They're not just found in food. They also get into our water supply, into cotton, etc.  For use by therapists with sensitivity testing skills.

PE 1    2,4,5-T /Dioxin 
Organochloride; on the EU List of 129; International Pesticide Network wishes to stop use; use being phased out; possibly carcinogenic to humans; herbicide; component of `Agent Orange´ (defoliant) in Vietnam war, during this war the US military dropped 40 million kilogram on Vietnam; probably carcinogenic in humans; still in use from railway companies as a herbicide on the railway.

PE 2     Aldicarb / Temik
International Pesticide Network wishes to stop use; WHO class 1a; used in cultivation of cotton, peanuts, cucumber, watermelons, potatoes, soya beans and ornamental plants; disturbs hormone equilibrium in rats.

PE 3    Amitrole /Amino-Triazol 
Herbicide, water-soluble, not fat-soluble; used in cultivation of fruits and ornamental plants; low acute and chronic toxicity, but probably carcinogenic for humans.

PE 4    Atrazine 
Organochloride; on UK Red List; possibly carcinogenic to humans; herbicide; non-selective herbicide, low solubility in water, forbidden in many countries in other countries used in cultivation of sugar cane, pineapple and timber; probably carcinogenic for humans; hormonal effects are similar to oestrogen.

PE 5    Bromophos  
WHO class 1b; organic phosphate, WHO class 1b; low to medium toxicity.

PE 6    Camphechlor / Toxaphene     
Banned in EU; International Pesticide Network wishes to stop use; used  in cultivation of cotton, soya beans, peanuts; most probably carcinogenic, liver damage through long term exposure to higher doses.

PE 7    Captan     
Non-systemical fungicide, used against fungus on fruits, ornamental plants and tomatoes; also used by amateur gardeners; low acute toxicity for humans but probably carcinogenic.

PE 8    Chlormequat / CCC 
Plant growth regulator; insecticide; used in cultivation of  grains, grapes and pears; probably not carcinogenic. One of the most common pesticide residues found in food in the UK.

PE 9    Deiquat     
Non-selective herbicide; plant growth regulator; used in general and specifically for sugar cane; medium toxicity for humans; kidney damage and eye cataracts through long term exposure.

PE 10    Diazinon    
Organophosphate; insecticide ; used as a sheep dip, particularly until 1990’s when synthetic pyrethroids (e.g. Cypermethrin and flumethrin) were introduced; widely used for pest control in cultivation of  food and ornamental plants; is contained in some agents for indoor use; low to middle acute toxicity; potential mutagen; in human body it breaks down into diazoxone, which is a strong enzyme inhibitor.

PE 11    Dichlorvos    
Organophosphate, cholinesterase inhibitor, insecticide ; used in storage rooms against flies, mites, spiders, etc., and in plant cultivation; used as a treatment against worms in humans and animals ; on UK red list; who class 1b; highly toxic by inhalation, skin contact and ingesting; usually quickly excreted by the body; mutagenic and probably carcinogenic.

PE 12    Dieldrin    
Organochloride; banned in EU; WHO class 1b; insecticide; widely used from 1950 until early 70’s against termites and beetles, for treatment of seeds, against mosquitos and the  Tse-Tse-fly, on sheep, as  a wool impregnating agent against moths and  also as a wood impregnation; chronic effects: liver damage, disturbed immune system;  carcinogenic in animal test; stored in fat tissue, difficult for the body to excrete or break down.

PE 13    DNOC /Dinitrocresol
WHO class 1b; highly toxic; damages liver, kidneys and nervous system; leads to hyperthermia, tachycardia, dehydration and toxic psychosis.

PE 14    Endosulfan     
Insecticide and acaricide; chlorinated carbohydron, insecticide, acaricide; fat-soluble; not allowed in Germany; on UK Red List; contact poison for a wide range of insects and mites; high acute toxicity for humans; damage on kidneys, liver, blood chemistry and parathyroid;  probably mutagenic and almost certainly carcinogenic.

PE 15    Heptachlor    
Organochloride; banned in EU; chlorinated carbohydron, insecticide, fat-soluble; high acute toxicity for humans; stored in fat tissue; found in breast milk; affects nerves; symptoms of acute or chronic toxicity include irritability, overstimulated salivation, lethargy, vertigo, dazed feeling, difficult breathing, muscle spasm and tremble, infertility, disturbed female cycle,  liver damage, kidney damage, increased number of red blood cells, mutagenic, carcinogenic; affects steroid metabolism.

PE 16    Hexachlorbenzene / HCB     
Organochloride; chlorinated carbohydron; fungicide; banned in EU; WHO class 1a; low acute toxicity; stored in fat tissue; found in breast milk; effects of higher doses include tremour, paralysis, weakness ; probably carcinogenic for humans; speed of breaking down of hormones in the body is changed.

PE 17    Lindane     
Organochloride; pesticide; no longer produced in USA; used in cultivation of sugar beet; highly toxic for humans; stimulates the central nerve system with symptoms like mental and motor regression, nerve over-activity, failure of breathing, lung oedema and dermatitis; carcinogenic for humans; change of testicles in laboratory animals.

PE 18    Maneb    
Fungicide; used in cultivation, transport and storage of plants and seeds; medium acute toxicity; possible chronic effects include dermatitis, tremor, weakness, depression, paralysis, mal-digestion, co-ordination problems; affected organs are thyroid, kidney and heart; disturbs hormone regulation; cooking treated vegetables probably increases carcinogenic effect.

PE 19    MCPA /Metaxon    
Chlorinated carbohydron; systemic herbicide particularly for grain and grass; low acute toxicity; long term effects in animal experiments include growth obstruction, kidney damage, disturbed reproduction; in humans: muscle weakness, reversible anaemia, stomach problems, slight liver problems.
    
PE 20    Methoxychlor     
Organochloride; insecticide; not allowed in Germany; various uses in agriculture, and by amateurs; high increase in use since ban of DDT; relatively low toxicity and short retention time in biological systems; in animal experiment loss of weight and growth disturbance found on long term exposure.

PE 21    Paraquat    
Herbicide; banned in some Scandinavian countries; highly toxic for humans; affects lungs, kidney and liver, wide range of symptoms, possibly carcinogenic for humans; International Pesticide Network wishes to stop use.

PE 22    Parathion    
Organophosphate; insecticide and acaricide; under consideration for the UK Red List; WHO class 1a; used in cultivation and storage of grain; highly toxic for humans; possible symptoms from acute exposure include breathing problems, nose bleeding, coughing, shortness of breath; probably carcinogenic; disturbs hormone balance.

PE 23    Pentachloro¬phenol / PCP 
Organochloride; insecticide; fungicide; WHO class 1b; banned in Germany since 1989, but many residual pollution in buildings and imported leather goods and textiles; mainly used to protect construction wood against insects and fungus, but also in paper and clothing industries; very toxic for humans; symptoms from acute exposure include sweating, dehydration, loss of appetite, loss of  weight, vertigo, uncontrolled movements, coma; chronic exposure may result in stomach-ache, vertigo, fever,  breathing problems.

PE 24    Pyrethrum     
Natural insecticide from  the chrysanthemum plant; used in sprays against lice, mosquitos (evaporation papers), flies, cockroaches, also in storage of grain, in poultry farming and on cats and dogs.

PE 25    Thomasmehl
By-product in iron smelting, used as a fertiliser.

 

PE 26    Herbicides Mix A            
Contains Atrazine, Bromacil, Butylate, Cycloate, S-Ethyl-N,N-dipropylthiocarbamate, Hexazinone, Isopropalin, Metribuzin, Molinate, Oxyfluorfen, Pebulat, Terbacil, Trifluralin

PE 27    Herbicides Mix B            
Contains Benfluralin, Metolachlor, Oxadiazon, Profluralin, Propachlor, Propazine, Prowl (Pendimethaline), Simazine, Vernolat

PE 28    Pesticides Mix A            
Contains α-BHC, 4,4′-DDT, Decachlorobiphenyl, Dieldrin, α-Endosulfan, Endrin, Heptachlor, Lindane, Methoxychlor, 2,4,5,6-Tetrachloro-m-xylene.

PE 29    Pesticides Mix B            
Contains Aldrin, β-BHC, δ-BHC, α-Chlordane, γ-Chlordane, 1,1-Dichloro-2,2-bis(4-chlorophenyl)ethene, Decachlorobiphenyl, β-Endosulfan, Endosulfan sulfate, Endrin aldehyde, Endrin ketone, Heptachlor exo-epoxide, 2,4,5,6-Tetrachloro-m-xylene.

PE 30    Pesticides Mix C            
Contains Aldrin, α-Benzene Hexachloride, β-a-Benzene Hexachloride, δ-a-Benzene Hexachloride, 1,1-Dichloro-2,2-bis(4-chlorophenyl)ethane, 1,1-Dichloro-2,2-bis(4-chlorophenyl)ethene, 4,4′-DDT, Dieldrin, α-Endosulfan, β-Endosulfan, Endosulfan sulfate, Endrin, Endrin aldehyde, Heptachlor, Heptachlor exo-epoxide, Lindane.

PE 31    Pesticides Mix D            
Contains Azinphos-methyl, Chlorpyrifos, Dichlorvos, Disulfoton, Ethoprophos, Fenchlorphos, Parathion-methyl, Prothiofos.

PE 32    Carbaryl        
Also marketed as Arkotine, Azotox, Bosan Supra, Bovidermal, Chlorophenothane, Chlorophenotoxum, Citox, Clofenotane, Dedelo, Deoval.    
Insecticide; the third most-used insecticide in the United States for home gardens, commercial agriculture, and forestry and rangeland protection.

PE 33    Carbendazim    
One of the most common residues found in food in the European Community.

PE 34    Chlorothalonil    
Fungicide used to control mould, mildew, bacteria, and algae. The third most used fungicide in the US (for peanuts, potatoes and tomatoes). 

PE 35    Chlorpyrifos    
Also marketed as Ditoxan, Dibovan, Dicophane, Didigam, Didimac, Dodat, Dykol, Estonate, Genitox, Gesafid, Gesapon, Gesarex, Gesarol.    
One of the most widely used organophosphate insecticides. The crops with the most intense chlorpyrifos use are cotton, corn, almonds, and fruit trees including oranges and apples. Banned for use in USA households but is still widely used throughout the agricultural industry -- is associated with early childhood developmental delays, according to a study by researchers at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health.  USA Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the USA Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) collected samples (in 2009) with surface wipes from USA kitchen floors. Chlorpyrifos on 78%.

PE 36    Cyprodinil    
Marketed as Cyprodinil Technical, Vangard WP Fungicide,Vangard WG Fungicide
A fungicide.  One of the most common residues found in food in the European Community.

PE 37     2,4-D / 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid    
The most widely used herbicide in the world.

PE 38    4,4′-DDD / TDE / 1,1-Dichloro-2,2-bis(4-chlorophenyl)ethane            
A constituent of commercial DDT and a breakdown product of DDT. Due to its stability in fat, DDE is rarely excreted from the body, and body levels tend to increase throughout life. Substantial levels found in breast milk and in animal fat. 

PE 39    4,4'-DDE / 1,1-Dichloro-2,2-bis(4-chlorophenyl)ethene
A constituent of commercial DDT and a breakdown product of DDT. Due to its stability in fat, DDE is rarely excreted from the body, and body levels tend to increase throughout life. Substantial levels found in breast milk and in animal fat. An increased risk of testicular germ cell tumours. Has been linked to diabetes. 

DDT
(There is not a single vial in this kit, but all the constituents of commercial DDT are.            Commercial DDT is banned in most countries but is a persistent pollutant in the environment. It is a mixture of several closely–related compounds.  4,4′-DDT (77%) and 2,4′-DDT (15%) are the main chemicals with DDE and  DDD making up the balance. DDE and DDD are also the major metabolites and breakdown products in the environment. All four are in this kit.

PE 40    2,4′-DDT     
Insecticide. Part of commercial DDT. Evidence of impaired fertility from animal studies. Banned in most countries but still found in fat tissue (both human and in animals/fish we eat) and breast milk. 

PE 41    4,4′-DDT / 1,1,1-Trichloro-2,2-bis(4-chlorophenyl)ethane / 1,1-Bis(4-chlorophenyl)-2,2,2-trichloroethane    
Insecticide. Part of commercial DDT. Evidence of impaired fertility from animal studies. Banned in most countries but still found in fat tissue (both human and in animals/fish we eat) and breast milk.
 
PE 42    Endrin     72-20-8        
Insecticide; global ban which took effect mid-2012, but persistent in the environment. Endocrine disrupter and possibly carcinogenic.

PE 43    Glyphosate    
Marketed as Roundup, Glyphomax, Roundup Ultra, Accord, Shackle    
Most used herbicide in USA. Used by public as well as in agriculture.

PE 44    Imazalil    
One of the most common residues found in food in the European Community.

PE 45    Imidacloprid    
Marketed as Kohinor, Admire, Advantage (Advocate) (flea killer for pets), Gaucho, Mallet, Merit, Nuprid, Prothor, Turfthor, Confidor, Conguard, Hachikusan, Premise, Prothor, Provado, and Winner    
One of the most widely used insecticides. Available in products for home use.

PE 46    Malathion    
Marketed as Carbophos, Maldison, Mercaptothion    
Insecticide; studies have shown that children with higher levels of malathion in their urine seem to be at an increased risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

PE 47    Metolachlor    
Evidence of it in ground and surface water.  Concentrations have been found in fish.

PE 48    Parathion-Methyl        
Marketed as Methyl Parathion, Dimethyl Parathion, Bladan M, Metaphos.    
Insecticide. Used to control chewing and sucking insects in a wide range of crops, including cereals, fruit, vines, vegetables, ornamentals, cotton and field crops. Residues are regularly detected in a range of fruit and vegetables.

PE 49    Piperonyl Butoxide    
Combined with other pesticides, products with piperonyl butoxide are often used to target mosquitoes, ants, worms, beetles, mites, flies, gnats, spiders, weevils, caterpillars, grubs, moths, ticks, lice, wasps, aphids, midges.  USA Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the USA Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) collected samples (in 2009) with surface wipes from USA kitchen floors. Pipeonyl butoxide on 52%.

PE 50    Trifluralin    
One of the most widely used herbicides used to control grass and weeds.

 

PE 51    Acephate    
Used primarily for control of aphids, including resistant species, in vegetables (e.g. potatoes, carrots, greenhouse tomatoes, and lettuce) and in horticulture (e.g. on roses and greenhouse ornamentals).

PE 52    Acetamiprid    
Marketed as Assail, Pristine, Chipco, Bug Clear    
Crops such as leafy vegetables, citrus fruits, apples, grapes, cherry, cotton and ornamental plants. Available in products for home use.

PE 53    Aldrin     3
Banned by the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants. Although banned still found in fat tissue (both human and in animals/fish we eat) and breast milk.  Aldrin exposure increases the likelihood of diabetes.

PE 54    Azinphos-Methyl / 4, 4' -dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane /4, 4' -dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane    Marketed as Agritan, Anofex,    Used on nut trees, vegetable crops, and fruit trees. Has been linked to health problems in farmers who use it.

PE 55    Chlordane    
Banned by the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants.  Found in breast milk. USA Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the USA Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) collected samples (in 2009) with surface wipes from USA kitchen floors. Chlordane on 74%.

PE 56    Chloropropham / Chlorpropham    
A plant growth regulator and herbicide. Used to control potato sprouting, and on beans, blueberries, cranberries, carrots, onions, spinach, sugar beets, tomatoes, safflower, soybeans, etc.
   
PE 57    Clopyralid    
Marketed as Guesapon, Guesarol, Gyron, Havero-extra, Hildit, Ivoran, Ixodex, Kopsal, Mutoxin, Neocid, OMS-16, Parachlorodicum, PEB1    
Used for control of broadleaf weeds, especially thistles and clovers. Was widely used in USA for weed control in lawns until prohibited in 1999.

PE 58    Cypermethrin    
An insecticide in large-scale commercial agricultural applications as well as in consumer products for domestic purposes. Found in many household ant and cockroach killers. USA Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the USA Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) collected samples (in 2009) with surface wipes from USA kitchen floors. Cypermethrin on 46%.

PE 59    Dimethoate
Widely used insecticide.

PE 60    Diphenylamine
Used on apples pre and post-harvest.

PE 61    Endosulfan Sulfate     
The primary breakdown product of the insecticide endosulfan.

PE 62    Fenitrothion    
Insecticide used on rice, cereals, fruits, vegetables, stored grains, cotton, to control insects in forests and for fly, mosquito, and cockroach control in public health programs.

PE 63    Fipronil    
Insecticide.  USA Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the USA Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) collected samples (in 2009) with surface wipes from USA kitchen floors. Fipronil on 40%.

PE 64    Folpet    
Used on berries, apples, flowers, ornamentals, fruits and vegetables, and for seed- and plant- bed treatment. Also used as a fungicide in paints and plastics, and for treatment of internal and external structural surfaces of buildings.

PE 65    Hexazinone    
Marketed as Velpar    
Herbicide used on grasses and broadleaf and woody plants.

PE 66    Iprodione    
Marketed as Rovral, Chipco Green.
Fungicide used on fruits, vegetables and on lawns.

PE 67    Methamidophos    
Marketed as Monitor, Nitofol, Tamaron, Swipe, Nuratron, Vetaron, Filitox, Patrole, Tamanox, SRA 5172, and Tam.
Used on broccoli, Brussel sprouts, cauliflower, grapes, celery, sugar beets, cotton, tobacco, rice and potatoes.

PE 68    Mirex    
Banned by the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants. Although banned still found in fat tissue (both human and in animals/fish we eat) and breast milk. 

PE 69    Omethoate    
Used to control insects and mites in horticulture and agriculture, as well as in the home garden.

PE 70    Permethrin         
USA Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the USA Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) collected samples (in 2009) with surface wipes from USA kitchen floors. The most frequently detected pesticide was permethrin (89 per cent). Included in creams (Nix, Lyclear) for scabies. US military uniforms and mosquito nets may be impregnated with this. May be in head lice treatment. May be carcinogenic.

PE 71    Phosmet        
Mainly used on apple trees for control of coddling moth, though it is also used on a wide range of fruit crops, ornamentals, and vines for the control of aphids, suckers, mites, and fruit flies.

PE 72    Simazin        
Herbicide used to control broad-leaved weeds and annual grasses.

PE 73    Tetrachlorvinphos
Organophosphate

PE74    Thiacloprid    
Marketed as Provado Ultimate Bug Killer, Baby Bio House Plant Insecticide.
An insecticide particularly for aphids and white fly. Available in products for home use.

PE 75    Thiamethoxam    
An insecticide effective against aphids, beetles, termites, etc. Available in products for home use.

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