Zinc Liquid

T J Clark

Zinc Liquid

HIgh potency liquid zinc 

NZD $30.40

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237ml
Dosage:

5ml once or twice daily with food.

Description:

T J Clark’s catalysed zinc is the most advanced zinc supplement, providing zinc sulfate in a colloidal form with the addition of a mineral catalyst.

Liquid zinc sulfate was first developed by Dr Bryce Smith for the treatment of anorexia, a condition whereby the ‘zinc blockade’ exists causing a defect in the mucosal absorption mechanisms dependent on zinc. T J Clark’s catalyzed zinc is recognised as the most reliable form of zinc to replenish zinc levels, regardless of an individual’s mucosal absorption ability. T J Clark’s catalyzed zinc is flavoured for optimal patient compliance and is one of the only liquid zinc supplement available through health stores.

Benefits:

  • May be beneficial in the prevention and treatment of acne, anorexia, atherosclerosis, atopic dermatitis, benign prostatic hyperplasia, chemical sensitivity, Crohn’s disease, immune depression, and recurring infections
  • May support leukonychia (white spots on finger nails), loss of taste and smell, osteoporosis, PMT, and psoriatic arthritis
  • Zinc may help with low testosterone, low sex drive, low sperm count and fertility, loss of weight and muscle mass, growth retardation, poor appetite, and dementia

Each 5ml contains,

Elemental Colloidal Zinc Sulfate 15mg
Phytogenic Mineral Catalyst 100mcg
Boron
Calcium
Chrromium
Copper
Cobalt
Iodine
Iron
Lithium
Magnesium
Manganese
Molybdenum
Polonium
Potassium
Selenium
Silicon
Strontium
Vanadium
Zinc

Inactive Ingredients
Purified water
Cherry Flavouring
Potassium Sorbate (0.1%)

Doses of zinc up to 40 milligrams daily are generally well tolerated. Higher doses may cause adverse reactions. The most common adverse reactions are gastrointestinal and include nausea, vomiting and gastrointestinal discomfort. Other adverse reactions include a metallic taste, headache and drowsiness. There are some reports of decreased HDL-cholesterol in those taking high doses of zinc. Chronic intake of high doses of zinc can lead to copper deficiency and hypochromic, macrocytic anaemia secondary to zinc-induced copper deficiency.

High doses of zinc may be immunosuppressive.

Zinc should be taken apart from high fibre foods for maximum absorption. Zinc does not appear to interact negatively with medication.