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zinc sulfate solution is used to treat zinc deficiency, as a nutrient supplement for livestock, and as a malting/fermenting aid. It is also a popular fertilizer and can be used in many industrial processes.
What is this medicine?
Zinc is an essential element in the human body. It is necessary for growth, tissue development and health. It is found in the bone, brain, heart, intestines, liver, kidney, lungs, muscle and pancreas.
What happens to zinc when it enters my body?
Once inside the body, zinc moves through the bloodstream and binds to proteins. Zinc then goes into different organs, where it can help the function of these organs.
How much zinc does my body need?
The amount of zinc in your body is dependent on what you eat. You can get most of the zinc you need by eating foods that are high in zinc, such as oysters and red meat.
When you eat zinc sulfate, it goes into your stomach and intestines, where it can bind to proteins. The zinc sulfate solution then passes into the bloodstream.
Dosage and Administration
The usual dose of zinc sulfate is one or two capsules a day. If needed, the dose can be increased. The dose should be taken with a full glass of water. It is not recommended to take this medicine in smaller amounts or for longer than prescribed.
The common side effects of zinc sulfate include nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Other side effects can include headache, dizziness and chest pain. If these side effects occur, stop taking the medicine and call your doctor. It is important to tell your doctor about any other medicines you are taking, including prescription and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins and herbal products.