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Zinc Sulfate Monohydrate



Zinc Sulfate Monohydrate is prescribed in cases of zinc insufficiency and/or zinc loss. Zinc deficiency can be caused by a poor diet or poor absorption. Excessive zinc loss can occur as a result of trauma, burns, diarrhea, and other protein-depleted circumstances. A zinc supplement is taken until clinical improvement is seen, but in cases of severe malabsorption, metabolic disorders, or zinc deficiency, it may be necessary to continue taking it..



Zinc sulfate monohydrate is a trace element that has a role in several physiological enzyme systems. Zinc is required for normal growth and health. Zinc is also necessary for sexual development and reproduction, dark vision adaption, olfactory and gustatory activity, insulin storage and release, and a number of immune responses in the host. Impaired immune function, delayed wound healing, a decreased sense of taste and smell, a reduced ability to fight infections, poor night vision, an increased risk of abortion, alopecia, mental lethargy, skin changes, and poor reproductive organ development are all possible consequences of zinc deficiency.


Dosage & Administration

Child under 10 kg: 5 ml (1 teaspoonful) 2 times daily after food.
Child between 10-30 kg: 10 ml (2 teaspoonfuls) 1-3 times daily after food.
Adults and child over 30 kg: 20 ml (4 teaspoonfuls) 1-3 times daily after food.

This drug is most effective if they are taken at least 1 hour before or 2 hour after meals. However, if causes stomach upset, this may be taken with a meal.



When tetracycline and zinc are taken together, the absorption of both the tetracycline and the zinc may be reduced. Similarly, taking zinc and a quinolone medication at the same time may reduce the absorption of both. Zinc absorption may be reduced if penicillamine and zinc are taken together.



It is not recommended for people who are hypersensitive to any of the ingredients in this product.


Side Effects

Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach distress, heartburn, and gastritis are all possible side effects of zinc.


Pregnancy & Lactation

This product’s safety in human pregnancy has yet to be determined. Zinc is found in breast milk after crossing the placenta.


Precautions & Warnings

Zinc buildup in the body may occur in acute renal failure, necessitating dose adjustments.


Therapeutic Class

Specific mineral preparations


Storage Conditions

Keep away from light and heat in a dry location. Keep out of children’s reach.


Pharmaceutical Name

ACME Laboratories Ltd.