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Zinc is an essential nutrient that we lack in New Zealand soils. This means we lack it in our diets, as plants and animals do not consume it. Below are the functions that zinc supports in the body.   

Zinc is very important for skin health, for teen a zinc deficiency can be a big contributor to acne.  Also eczema and asthma can see a lack of zinc playing a role. 

In teen years, we use a lot of zinc because it supports the production and regulation of sex hormones.

In natural medicine, a sign of a lack of zinc can be "if you lack in zinc, you stink" and white twink-like marks on your nails. Plus, there are many other signs of menstrual cramping, mood swings, etc., due to hormone dysregulation.

Zinc is very important, especially for women in New Zealand, due to high colon cancer rates this can be due to a lack of zinc.  Here is a fascinating scientific study on zinc deficiency and cancer


Adults and children over 9 years old up to 15 drops per day

4 to 8 year old children Up to 4 drops per day in water

1 to 3 year olds Up to 3 drops per day in water 


Take a glass of purified water once daily.

Ingredients Zinc from Zinc Sulphate also contains purified water, citric acid, sodium citrate, and potassium sorbate.

Suitable during pregnancy and breastfeeding

Here is a comprehensive guide on zinc in our Ocean Gypsy Lifestyle Blog

Zinc & Body Function

Zinc is an essential trace element that is crucial in various physiological functions within the human body. Some key reasons why zinc is required include:

  1. Enzyme Function: Zinc is a component of numerous enzymes that are involved in various metabolic processes. These enzymes play essential roles in the digestion and utilization of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats.

  2. Immune System Support: Zinc is known to be important for the proper functioning of the immune system. It is involved in the development and activation of immune cells, and it plays a role in the body's defense against infections and illnesses.

  3. Wound Healing: Zinc is necessary for the process of wound healing. It is involved in the synthesis of DNA, cell division, and tissue repair. This makes it crucial for the repair and regeneration of damaged tissues.

  4. Cell Division: Zinc is required for cell division, growth, and development. It plays a role in the maintenance of healthy skin, hair, and nails.

  5. Antioxidant Activity: Zinc has antioxidant properties, helping to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals. This can contribute to overall cellular health and may play a role in reducing the risk of certain chronic diseases.

  6. Reproductive Health: Zinc is important for both male and female reproductive systems. In males, it is involved in sperm production, and in females, it plays a role in various aspects of reproductive health, including egg maturation.

  7. Taste and Smell: Zinc is necessary for the proper functioning of taste and smell receptors. A deficiency in zinc can lead to a decreased sense of taste and smell.

Always consult your health professional before taking supplements.