Thorne Research, Zinc Sulfate, 7-Hydrate, 8 fl oz (237 ml) (Discontinued Item)
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2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1454222 on Apr 21, 2010
I did the zinc taste test using this heptahydrate solution, and it turned out I had a major zinc deficiency. After taking zinc picolinate for about two weeks, I did the taste test again, and my deficiency is now only slight.
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measure your zinc levels
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1365321 on Apr 16, 2010
You can use this product to measure your zinc levels.
Just take a small sip in your mouth. If you taste little little to nothing, you need more zinc until when you take a sip it tastes very strongly like metal that you want to spit it out. Great product.
Zinc Sulfate 7 Hydrate
Posted by Reviewer2328138 on Sep 24, 2010
I bought this to test if I had enough zinc reserves. According to Dr. Atkins, just swish this around inside your mouth and should be very bitter. In my case, no taste at all. Am taking 150mg of zinc until it shows up. Then can just take as regular zinc.
Easy to use and interesting results!
Posted by RedYetiDave on Mar 21, 2012
To me it tasted like pure mineral water. Whereas my wife could hardly wait to get rid of it!
I was advised that three months of Zinc Picolinate at 50MG daily should get me tasting it.
Zinc Taste Test
Posted by Sprinkles on Aug 09, 2011
We used this to do the "zinc taste test" to find out if we needed to take a zinc supplement or not. It worked just great! And for a very reasonable price, too.