Ultimate Zinc combines zinc with a proprietary blend of antioxidant-rich herbs and essential oils that provide immune-supporting benefits. This liquid based zinc supplement is easy-to-digest and more easily absorbed by the body.
Who it’s for: anyone seeking immune support and a good source for antioxidants.
What it does: combines zinc with a proprietary blend of antioxidant-rich herbs and essential oils to support a healthy immune system.
What sets this product apart?
• Our proprietary blend of antioxidant-rich herbs and essential oils, formulated to support a healthy immune system.
• This liquid-based zinc supplement is easy-to-digest and more easily absorbed by the body.
Zinc (from zinc sulfate)
An essential micronutrient that is involved in regulating immune responses. 1
Thyme leaf extract
Contains phenolic compounds that are considered good antioxidants. 2
Licorice root extract
Know to display potent antioxidant activity. 3
A potent source of antioxidants, especially when compared to other herbs and spices. 4
A great source of antioxidants, particularly flavonoids, which protect your body from oxidative stress. 5
Ingredients: Zinc, Proprietary Herbal Blend [Thyme leaf extract, Licorice root extract, Plantain leaf extract, Horse chestnut seed extract, Pine bark extract], Proprietary Essential Oil Blend [Peppermint leaf, Eucalyptus Leaf, Cajeput Leaf, Juniper Berry, Wintergreen Leaf, Clove Bud], Vegetable Glycerin, Wildflower Honey, Purified Water, Citric Acid.
Suggested Use:Take one dropper full daily. May be taken with or without food. You can add to a beverage or put in mouth to swallow. No need to put under the tongue.
Note: If dropper does not successfully fill in the first attempt. It is ok to take two half full droppers.
WARNINGS: If you are pregnant, nursing, or taking medications, seek the advice of your healthcare professional before using this product. Store at room temperature and avoid direct sunlight. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. DO NOT USE IF SEAL IS BROKEN.
1 National Institutes of Health, 2017
2 National Institutes of Health, 2019
3 National Institutes of Health, 2012