The test point for Zinc is at the right-hand side in the middle between the navel and the upper margin of the iliac bone.
After Iron, Zinc is the trace element most common in the organism. It is of paramount importance for cellular resistance as well as for wound healing.
Zinc is part of Insulin and Carbonic anhydrase, an enzyme found in erythrocytes, the mucous membrane of the stomach and the epithelia of the renal tubules. Enough Zinc is essential for protein forming in the body and the cell nuclei. People who are short of breath or suffer from asthma also react well to Zinc in homeopath dilution — as well as people with hormonal derailments and defective gland function.
A Zinc deficiency may result in brittle hair and loss of hair and skin problems, and there may be liver dysfunctions.
Since Zinc has a calming effect on the nervous system, people who are stressed and restless (in spite of being tired) may frequently incur a lack of feeling or pain.
Children who have grown too quickly are most likely to suffer from a derailment of Zinc metabolism, and when suffering from prostate problems men also often have a pressure-sensitive Zinc point.
People with chronic intestinal illness or suffering from eye diseases will also more often have a weak Zinc point.
As already mentioned before, an excess of Zinc makes Iron utilisation more difficult and inhibits the absorption of Copper.
Zinc is found in oysters, yeast, pulses, pine kernels, wheat germ, oats, nuts, cocoa, maize, onions, fish, dairy products, meat and whole grains.
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