Zinc

Last Update May 28, 2016
Zinc is a skin medication and a dietary supplement.
Uses: Our data suggest that some patients take Zinc for Acne, Hair Loss and Common Cold, although this is not an approved use. In addition, it is approved for Hypozincaemia and Rash. Read More
Category: Dietary supplement
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Zinc for treating Body Odor

Our data suggest that Zinc is taken for Body Odor, although it is not approved for this condition.

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Body Odor supplements
Zinc
305,995 discussions
Taken for: Acne*, Hair Loss*, Common Cold*, Hypozincaemia, Rash, Flu, Diaper Rash
Other names: Zinc Gluconate, Chelated Zinc, Cold-Eeze, Zinc Amino Acid Chelate, Mar Zinc
Method of use: Lozenge, Pill, Shampoo
*Off Label
4.1
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
Magnesium
445,227 discussions
Taken for: Pain*, Cramping*, Anxiety*, Constipation, Tiredness*
Other names: Magnesium Oxide, Mag Glycinate, Magox, Laxative Dietary Supplement, Mag 200
Method of use: Pill
*Off Label
4.4
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness

Compare Zinc to other supplements

Body Odor supplements
Zinc
305,995 discussions
Taken for: Acne*, Hair Loss*, Common Cold*, Hypozincaemia, Rash, Flu, Diaper Rash
Other names: Zinc Gluconate, Chelated Zinc, Cold-Eeze, Zinc Amino Acid Chelate, Mar Zinc
Method of use: Lozenge, Pill, Shampoo
*Off Label
4.1
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
Magnesium
445,227 discussions
Taken for: Pain*, Cramping*, Anxiety*, Constipation, Tiredness*
Other names: Magnesium Oxide, Mag Glycinate, Magox, Laxative Dietary Supplement, Mag 200
Method of use: Pill
*Off Label
4.4
Satisfaction
1.0
Helpfulness
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