Zinc is any important part of our vaccine detox protocol primarily because it works in synergy with both Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine, which are both Zinc ionophores. This means they help the body better absorb Zinc, which is an essential element that cannot be made within the body. Since we cannot make Zinc internally, it must be consumed in the form of food or supplementation.
Zinc plays a vital role in many processes in the body, including:
Immune System Function: Zinc is necessary for the proper functioning of the immune system. It helps to produce and activate T-lymphocytes, which are white blood cells that play a crucial role in the body’s defense against toxins and bacteria.
Wound Healing: Zinc is necessary for the production of collagen, a protein that helps to repair and maintain healthy skin, cartilage, and other tissues.
Growth and Development: Zinc is critical for growth and development, especially during pregnancy, infancy, and childhood. It is essential for cell division, DNA synthesis, and protein synthesis, which are necessary for healthy growth and development.
Taste and Smell: Zinc is involved in the production of enzymes that help to maintain taste and smell function.
Mental Health: Zinc is involved in the regulation of neurotransmitters, which are chemicals in the brain that play a role in mood, behavior, and cognitive function.
Blood Sugar Regulation: Zinc plays a role in insulin production, storage, and release. It helps to regulate blood sugar levels and may reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Vision: Zinc is necessary for the proper functioning of the retina in the eye.
If You Are Deficient in Zinc..
People that are deficient in Zinc (which is most of the population) may show symptoms such as:
Weak immune system: Zinc plays a crucial role in the immune system by supporting the production and function of white blood cells. Zinc deficiency can impair immune function, leading to a higher risk of infections, including pneumonia and diarrhea.
Delayed wound healing: Zinc is necessary for cell growth and division, which is critical for wound healing. A deficiency in zinc can lead to delayed wound healing and an increased risk of infections.
Poor growth and development: Zinc is essential for growth and development, especially during infancy, childhood, and adolescence. A deficiency in zinc can lead to stunted growth and delayed sexual maturation.
Skin problems: Zinc is necessary for maintaining healthy skin. A deficiency in zinc can lead to skin problems, such as rashes, acne, and dermatitis.
Hair loss: Zinc is necessary for healthy hair growth. A deficiency in zinc can lead to hair loss and thinning hair.
Loss of appetite: Zinc is involved in the production of digestive enzymes, which help to break down food. A deficiency in zinc can lead to loss of appetite and digestive problems.
Reduced sense of taste and smell: Zinc is necessary for the production of enzymes that support the senses of taste and smell. A deficiency in zinc can lead to a reduced sense of taste and smell.
Vision problems: Zinc is essential for the proper functioning of the retina in the eye. A deficiency in zinc can lead to vision problems, such as night blindness.
Specifically relating to detoxing the poison in the injections, zinc must always be taken in conjunction with either Ivermectin and/or Hydroxychloroquine in order for them to work as effectively as possible. Most people are deficient in zinc to some extent, but when taking zinc with the aforementioned medicines your body will absorb a much higher percentage of the zinc you are supplementing which is key to rebuilding your body’s internal zinc stores and helping your body remove toxins from your organs and blood.
Warnings Related to Zinc Consumption
High consumption of Zinc will deplete the amount of Copper in your body (and vice-versa), so if you are taking Zinc it is a good idea to consume foods high in copper to compensate for this, or supplement with Copper as well. Zinc and Copper work in unison within the body, so it is important to maintain enough of both, especially when working to improve your health and immune function.
Zinc can also deplete levels of Vitamin C within the body, although this effect is not dramatic, over time if Zinc is taken regularly it is important to ensure you are also getting enough Vitamin C in your diet either through food or supplementation. Since Vitamin C is a recommended part of our detoxing protocol, patients who are in the process of detoxing do not need to worry about supplementing extra Vitamin C to compensate that lost through the consumption of Zinc.
We always recommend taking Zinc on a full stomach or with food, to minimize the likelihood of an upset stomach.
Different Forms of Zinc
There are several types of Zinc supplements available, and they differ in terms of their chemical form and how well they are absorbed by the body. Here are some of the most common types of Zinc supplements:
Zinc Gluconate: This is one of the most commonly used forms of Zinc in supplements. It is a highly absorbable form of Zinc that is gentle on the stomach.
Zinc Picolinate: This form of Zinc is highly absorbable and has been shown to be more effective at increasing zinc levels in the body than other forms of zinc.
Zinc Citrate: This is a highly absorbable form of Zinc that is often used in combination with other minerals, such as calcium and magnesium.
Zinc Oxide: This is a form of Zinc that is less absorbable than other forms, but it is often used in sunscreen and other topical applications.
Zinc Sulfate: This is a form of Zinc that is less absorbable than other forms and can cause stomach upset.
In general, Zinc Picolinate, Zinc Gluconate and Zinc Citrate are considered to be the most absorbable forms of Zinc. We prefer to use Zinc Citrate even though it is slightly more expensive, however any of the aforementioned trio are suitable for this purpose. Citric acid, which is used to create Zinc Citrate, can increase the bioavailability of Zinc in the body. This means that the body is able to absorb and utilize more of the Zinc from Zinc Citrate supplements compared to other forms of Zinc.
The production process for Zinc Citrate is also more complex and involves a higher level of quality control compared to other forms of Zinc supplements. This can contribute to the higher cost of Zinc Citrate supplements. Zinc Oxide and Zinc Sulfate are less absorbable and more likely to cause a stomach upset.
It’s worth noting that the absorption of Zinc can be affected by several factors, including the presence of other minerals and medications in the body. Taking Zinc supplements with food may also help to improve absorption and will minimize the chances of nausea.