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Zinc Orotate Powder

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Zinc Orotate Powder


  • Heart, bone, & eye health
  • Immune support
  • Natural antioxidant
  • Taste

  • Mixability

Zinc is a mineral that contributes to heart, bone, eye, and immune health. It may also help with wound healing and blood pressure.


Serving Size & Timing

As a dietary supplement, take 100 mg one to three times daily, or as directed by a physician. For the most accurate measuring results, use a milligram scale.

As with all supplements meant to promote general well-being, it is important to note that a supplement such as this is by no means a substitute for legitimate medical advice. It is always best to talk to a doctor if you are experiencing problems with your health before taking any supplements.

Nutritional Information

Supplement Facts

Serving size: 100 mg
Serving per container: *
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value**
Zinc (as zinc orotate)...15 mg 100%
* Daily Value not established.
** Based on 2,000 calorie diet


Sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, gluten, corn and additives.

As a dietary supplement, take 100 mg one to three times daily, or as directed by physician.



This powder contains 15% elemental zinc.


Provided the dosage is adhered to, this supplement should be safe to take by healthy adults. Talk to you doctor before taking this product if you are pregnant or nursing, have diabetes or a bleeding disorder, or if you have an allergy or sensitivity to zinc supplements. Do not take zinc and ginkgo biloba together, especially if you have a bleeding disorders. Separately, both may increase the risk of bleeding; when taken together, this risk may further increase. Side effects may include upset stomach, a metallic taste, or itching. If you experience any of these side effects in excess, discontinue use immediately and seek medical attention.

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Customer Reviews

Zinc Orotate
It is solid zinc. A scale can pinpoint your dosage best. I have been taking 1/8tsp and find it does the job. *

On 12/13/2018 Jay said...

This is an effective form of zinc supplement that is easy to handle and is taste-free. I do not notice any taste with this powder, and it is also accepted by a dog who would object if he could detect anything added to his food.*

On 11/18/2018 David said...

Bought this as its been touted as the best form of Zinc. It mixes well, can't taste in what ever I put it in. So far, so good.*

On 10/22/2018 Terri said...

Excellent product
I got this because I read that orotate is the most easily absorbed form of just about any mineral. It has no taste and goes down easily with just water. I have a genetic defect that affects my ability to absorb zinc, so will be playing with the dosage for awhile and definitely need to get one of the scales recommended on the product package. I would recommend this product to a friend.*

On 10/15/2018 Linda said...

Zinc supplement
I tried the zinc orotate, mixed with my smoothie and was well tolerated by my stomach. I need to be taking a lot more zinc, and read that it was the form that will cross the blood brain barrier(as with most orotate forms), and that is were I need it most. Thank you for offering these products in larger amounts and in less packaging. I can put into caps if I want to, but why bother when its easy just to take in water or with food. a little in tea to sip helps coat the sore throat , like a lozenge.*

On 10/11/2018 Sally said...

So far, the most effective form of zinc
My first zinc was Zinc monomethionine which gave me something of a stomach ache taking it on an empty stomach. After some research, any form of chelated zinc it would seem generally required you take it with food or something with B-vitamins. That cured the initial issues by taking it with food, however it still wasnt enough. So I tried zinc L-monomethionine and that felt much better taking, though it still needed to be take with food. I can say with experience that this form of zinc, Zinc orotate seems to go down well with just water for whatever its reasons. According to Dr.Group of global healing center, this is the best form of Zinc since the orotic acid combined with zinc offers the highest membrane penetration. As it stands, zinc orotate must have at least a an 80 or 90% absorption rate with the 100mg serving since I get the same effect as I would get from a 200% daily value of L-monomethionine.

I would be careful going past 300mg of zinc orotate however, that seems to be my limit daily for someone that is about 210 lbs, and It is probably best you do consume this with something like food however. I have taken amounts over 300mg and thats when you start to feel negative effects, and a slight desire to vomit, so regardless, never push anything. remember to consume copper too! So far I like spirulina for that.

As for taking this with ginkgo biloba :) I havent experienced anything noticeable, that said I havent mixed them much. If you have low circulation, and microcirculation issues, then this combination may help, otherwise you may also over heat.

I cannot speak for zinc citrate, zinc picolinate, or zinc gluconate, but there is a reason why they list such high daily value serving sizes, and its probably because of the notably lower absorption rate, however other factors contribute to that. Whatever you do, stay away from zinc oxide, Unless you plan on using it topically! Its mostly pure zinc and goes way past the 40mg TUL of pure zinc. You may note that in the Supplement facts box this: "Zinc (as zinc orotate)...15 mg" the 15mg is the total amount of elemental zinc that contributes to the TUL level. In other forms of zinc you'll not that its higher while orotate is lower. I believe that has to do with absorption. Regardless, Zinc orotate is the safest.

This review comes from someone who is a complete vegan for a number of years now, and a mostly life long vegetarian. I can only speak for myself to that end. Historically, I get my zinc from sprouted lentils, and other sprouted legumes and grains, which is more then enough for zinc if you consistently eat them when they are sprouted.*

On 1/30/2018 Joshua said...

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Product Questions

I was interested in purchasing the zinc orotate supplement that you are selling and was wondering whether or not this has been analyzed for additional contaminates, specifically heavy metals. If analyzed do you have the material data sheets available.

Thank you.