Zinc gluconate

What is Zinc gluconate?

Zinc gluconate (also called zincum gluconicum) is the zinc salt of gluconic acid. It is an ionic compound consisting of two moles of gluconate for each mole of zinc. Zinc gluconate is a popular form for the delivery of zinc as a dietary supplement.

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pus cell 0-3hpf is present in my 1 year old baby , he is having greenish colour some time yellowish , loose motion for 5 days , mucus is also can...

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Greenish color of the stool indicates that there is increased bowel motility. You need not worry about...

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I've had variety of issues. Paranoia, depression but vitiligo very slow spreading if not reversing. But the cure for my acne was taking zinc,...

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How do you know that you are not getting enough zinc? The only way...

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I have MILD CAD in the [L](carotid) PSV: 11-125 cm/s. What amount of Zinc and in what form will clear out the artery of build-up? The [R] carotid...

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Regarding your concern, I would not recommend exceeding the...

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