Zinc 50 mg Capsules 60 Ct

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Zinc 50 mg Capsules 60 Ct

Zinc 50 mg Capsules 60 Ct

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Supports Healthy Immune Function.*
Supports Healthy Nerve and Cognitive Function.*
Supports Digestive and Metabolic Health.*

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An Essential Mineral for Healthy Immune Support.*
Zinc as Zinc Mono Methionine Chelate-Well Absorbed by the Body.*
1:1 Quality Complex of Zinc and Methionine, an Amino Acid.
Easy-to-Swallow Capsules Suitable for Vegetarians.
Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, Dairy-Free, and Third-party Tested.
Formulated, Tested, and Packed in the USA.
Formulated According to current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).

Suggested Usage

Take 1 capsule a day with food and water or as suggested by your health care provider.


Elemental Zinc (as Zinc Mono Methionine Chelate Complex)
Other Ingredients- Vegetable Cellulose Capsules, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Vegetable Calcium Stearate

  • Gluten free

  • Soy free

  • Dairy free

  • GMP Certified Facility

  • Vegetarian

  • Third Party Tested

Why Sandhu Herbals Zinc 50?

100% Chelated High Absorption Zinc
for Immune Support*

is an essential nutrient involved in the function of over 300 enzymes crucial
for overall wellness.

many people lack sufficient zinc in their modern diets, which can result in
weakened immune system and impact overall wellness.

address this, at Sandhu Herbals we formulated an amino acid chelated zinc that
offers superior absorption and delivers complete health benefits of zinc.*​

How Does it Work?

Helps Restore Immune & Overall
Wellness Effortlessly*

high absorption zinc, helps ease oxidative stress and keeps your immune system
healthy, year-round.*(1-6)

also helps regulate numerous enzymes that support metabolism, digestion, and
nerve function.*(7,8,11-14)

zinc plays an important role in ATP production (energy fuel of the body) that
helps maintain healthy energy levels.*(14,15,16)

Your on-the-go immune support!

Zinc is considered an essential nutrient, meaning the body cannot produce or store it and therefore you must obtain it through food or supplements. Zinc plays many vital roles in the body. As a powerful antioxidant, zinc is critical for the development and function of immune cells. Daily intake of zinc, helps ease oxidative stress and keeps your immune system healthy, year-round. Zinc is also involved in many cellular functions and is necessary for the activity of numerous enzymes that aid metabolism, digestion, nerve function and much more. Zinc also supports energy levels, cognitive health and longevity*


At Sandhu Herbals we formulated using ‘zinc mono methionine chelate’, a 1:1 complex of zinc and methionine, an amino acid that is well absorbed by the body. Chelated zinc offers superior absorption, antioxidant and immune health benefits when compared to other forms of zinc*

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