Zinc is one of those minerals that you hear about all of the time. It is on the cereal breakfast box and in common ointments. Now do you realize how important it really is?
Zinc is needed for metabolism of nucleic acids and the synthesis of proteins. It is an important part of the
human DNA for cell division and synthesis. Zinc is in all the body fluids, including the moisture in the eyes,
lungs, nose, urine, and saliva.
Zinc is in mucous linings in the body such as the lungs and nose. it is necessary for hormone production and it is essential for the prostate gland.
One of the most important things is that Zinc is a Vital part of the immune system. Angstrom zinc and Angstrom Silver can stop the flu and other sicknesses
If taken at first onset. when every one around me is getting sick, I rush to get my zinc and silver and vitamin C. I rarely get it even when everyone else has severe cases. I feel that vitamin C is a little over rated because of commercial programming, but it is an important part to beating sickness.
Zinc has been used for a long time. In the 1800's surgeons used zinc as an antiseptic/antibiotic after surgery. Before drugs, many people turned to herbs and minerals. Zinc was noted for its amazing
healing properties. Wounds would heal, at times, as quickly as 24 hours after an operation, without swelling, and scarring was barely noticeable after a short period of time. Lemongrass essential oil also helps
wounds heal very quickly. I have used it on my stitches in my leg and was very pleased. "
Dr's Pories and Strain use zinc salts preoperatively and postoperatively to promote wound healing " 66
"Dr. Phillips of San Antonio, Texas, has noted that zinc transferring is normally bound to
lymphocytes and that this zinc transport system may be a vital beginning in immune reactions.
Dr. Robert S. Pecarek of the Trace Metal Laboratory, following the lead that the thymus is always small
in zinc-deficient animals, has found that T-cell immunity is impaired." 67
Because zinc is found in the body fluids, proper levels of zinc tend to stop body odor, including foot odor. Foot odor generally accompanies athletes foot. When ever I mention zinc, it seems that silver is always there
holding hands with zinc. Both zinc and silver are good for stopping fungal growth,
Zinc protects the throat with every swallow. When you body does not have enough zinc you are vulnerable to variety of degenerative
diseases and illnesses. You loose a lot of zinc when sweating, therefore, athletes are particularly
susceptible to zinc deficiency.
Zinc is very effective for proper brain function. Along with copper, and phosphorus, Zinc keeps the brain safe.
The skin is protected by zinc. The sexual development of organs is very dependant on zinc. When these organs take all of the zinc during puberty, the skin suffers. yes
Acne, It is when you are growing and cannot get enough zinc to go around. Angstrom zinc can help avoid those embarrassing years of zinc deficiency. that is why so many acne medicines have zinc in them.
The problem is, most zinc supplements are not in the right form or are too week to do the job they need done.
Angstrom liquid zinc supplement is the smallest cell ready zinc supplement today. It can enter the cell directly with out digestion. You get 99.9% of the zinc you paid for straight to the cells. Other zinc
Supplements get 5% to 7% of the zinc. You get more zinc for your dollar with Angstrom Zinc!
Zinc is effective in hormone production, improves sex drive and has been proven to reduce the size of
the prostrate gland, helps prevent prostate cancer and is important for the proper maintenance of the
male reproductive system. "Zinc is involved in the production and function of several sex hormones. Severe zinc deficiency has been shown to cause male sterility." 68
66. Dr. Carl C. Pfeiffer, Ph.D., M.D., Dr. Carl C. Pfeiffer's Updated Fact/Book on Zinc and Other
Micro-Nutrients, (Keats Publishing, Inc., 1978), pg. 13.
67. Dr. Carl C. Pfeiffer, Ph.D., M.D., Dr. Carl C. Pfeiffer's Updated Fact/Book on Zinc and Other
Micro-Nutrients, (Keats Publishing, Inc., 1978), pg. 53.
68. Bernard Jensen, Ph.D., The Chemistry of Man, (Bernard Jensen, 1983) pg. 366.