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Lamberts Zincatest - 100ml

Lamberts Zincatest - 100ml

Lamberts Zincatest is used as a food supplement and as a test to establish zinc status in the body.

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Code:  L8285100
Brand:  Lamberts
Form (e.g. capsules):  Liquid
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Lamberts Zincatest

(use as zinc status test or supplement)


As a food supplement:

Take one 5ml spoon of Zincatest daily. You may wish to dilute this liquid in water or orange juice.


As a taste test to indicate zinc status:

Take the test at least one hour after food or drink. Simply add 5ml of Zincatest solution to 60ml of water and immediately swirl one 5ml spoonful of the diluted mixture around in the mouth for 10 seconds (this mixture can then be swallowed or spat out).


The taste sensation that results from this test provides an indication of zinc status:


Solution tastes like water                           : Your zinc status is low*


Slightly dry, furry, mineral-like or even          : Your zinc status is marginally low*

sweet taste develops after a few seconds


Definite taste, which intensifies with time     : Marginally positive zinc status*


Strong unpleasant taste noticed                  : Your zinc status is positive*


* If your status is low or marginally low, use a zinc supplement or Zincatest until response improves to a positive status.  A 3-6 month course of zinc supplementation may be necessary.


Recommended use:

This product may be used in one of two ways:

(i)  as a food supplement and

(ii) as a taste test to indicate zinc    



After opening, replace cap and store in a refrigerator.


  • After opening, replace cap and store in a refrigerator.

  • Each 5ml provides 15mg zinc sulphate

  • A fresh solution should be made up each time a test is required.

This information is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified Healthcare Professional.