Additional source of Zinc    


Zinc is one of the most important micronutrients involved in the functioning of the nervous and endocrine systems. Zinc is involved in the formation of proteins and amino acids, serves as one of the main nutrients of the immune system, is part of the most important enzymes, is an integral part of insulin, contributing to the lengthening of its hypoglycemic effect, potentiates the action of testosterone and folliculin, stimulates the formation of erythrocytes and hemoglobin, possesses lipotropic properties.

Zinc is one of the microelements that ensures the full functioning of the body. Zinc is involved in many vital processes. The main, scientifically proven, functions of this metal include the following: Zinc plays an important role in the maturation of sperm and eggs, takes part in the activation and metabolism of vitamin E (tocopherol), prevents the development of inflammatory and tumor processes in the prostate, softens the negative effect of alcohol on the cells of the brain brain and liver, since it is a part of the enzyme that breaks down ethyl alcohol - alcohol dehydrogenase, without zinc it is impossible to synthesize hormones - insulin - pancreatic hormone, somatostatin or "growth hormone", as well as testosterone.

Zinc deficiency negatively affects the work of almost all human organs. A long-term shortage of this metal causes serious disturbances in various organ systems. The most common symptoms of zinc deficiency in adults are frequent colds and a weakened immune system in general, poorly healing wounds and abrasions, brittle nails, tremors in the upper limbs, irritability and nervousness, infertility, poor coordination, hair loss, dull sense of smell and taste, stomatitis, blurred vision in the dark, dandruff, allergic rash on the hands, lack of appetite.

The role of Zinc in men's health

Zinc is an important element responsible for the physical and sexual activity of men, the ability to reproduce, the body's ability to resist infections and increased stress.

The famous magazine “Men’s Health” awarded zinc the title of “the main micronutrient for male sexual health”. It has been proven that zinc, along with vitamin E, plays a role not only in the development of germ cells, but also in the occurrence of an erection.

Mainly, the role of zinc for the stronger sex is determined by the relationship between this trace element and the level of the "male" hormone - testosterone. because it regulates the level of the active metabolite of testosterone - dihydrotestosterone. Zinc inhibits 5-alpha reductase, an enzyme that converts testosterone to estrogen.

The role of Zinc in women's health

Zinc helps to prevent female infertility, regulates ovarian function, endometrial formation and pregnancy. Throughout pregnancy, zinc affects the development of the fetus and is responsible for the prevention of genetic disruptions in the formation of tissues, especially the brain, bones and teeth. I would also like to note that zinc affects the hormonal background of women, if the body receives a sufficient amount of zinc, then the woman practically does not experience PMS symptoms.

As with men, women experience a period of acute zinc deficiency with age. The peak point of this period falls on the time of the climacteric restructuring of the body. According to clinical studies, taking zinc in the normal daily intake facilitates the transition period.

Zinc weakens such unpleasant manifestations of menopause as:

  •  tides
  •  mood changes
  •  weight gain
  •  skin problems
  •  excessive hair loss
  •  fits of anger

A 10-week course of Zinc helps in most cases to completely get rid of the clinical symptoms of menopause. After menopause, the need for zinc in women increases. This is due to a greater, in comparison with men, a tendency to diseases of the musculoskeletal system. It has already been proven that taking calcium and zinc (not at the same time, but for example, in the morning - zinc, in the evening - calcium) is a means of preventing osteoporosis in women.

Release form: 30 tablets of 750 mg.


one tablet contains

Zinc Gluconate



Indications for use:

• Diseases of the nervous system.

• Diseases of the reproductive system (prostatitis, urethritis, prostate adenoma, impotence, infertility, fibroids, endometriosis).

• Diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, pancreas.

• Diabetes.

• Diseases of the osteoarticular system (osteochondrosis, osteoporosis, arthritis, osteoarthritis, bone fractures).

• Skin diseases (dermatitis, psoriasis, alopecia).

• Diseases of the eyes (cataracts).

• Pregnancy, breastfeeding

Usage instruction:

Adults take 1 tablet 2 times a day with meals. Take at least 4 weeks. If necessary, the course can be repeated.

Duration of admission:

The course of zinc intake lasts an average of 20-40 days. When taking a zinc-containing food supplement for more than 30 days, it is necessary to increase the intake of magnesium and copper into the blood, since with prolonged intake of zinc there is a malabsorption of these metals. For every 15 mg of zinc, there should be 2 mg of copper and 450 mg of magnesium.


  Individual intolerance to the components of dietary supplements.

Release form: 750 mg tablets, coated with glaze.

Storage conditions:

Store in a dry place, out of reach of children, at room temperature.

Bonazinc is a product and trademark of BonPharm


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