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Zinc acts as a membrane stabiliser, and also as a thymic factor (581).
It is therefore important for the production of T lymphocytes.
With low Zinc content, the working of the fagocytes, cell immunity, antibody immunity and the whole Immune Cascade is reduced (582).
Note: see last page of scientific studies database (click here) for studies cited.
Working together with vitamin E, it inhibits the production of inflammatory prostoglandins and leucotriens.
It is also a component of Superoxide Dismutasis (SOD) and takes part in over 200 known enzymatic reactions, of which many are anti-oxidative and repair DNA.
Organic Zinc is necessary for Laetrile therapy (vitamin B17).
An adult should take about 20 milligrams of organic Zinc a day, much more in the case of cancer patients for Laetrile and/or B 17 therapy.
Zinc is found in Aloe Arborescens(see my book), in oysters, herrings, the seeds of Cucurbita maxima or moscata (pumpkin), or in Cucurbita pepo (courgettes), in wholewheat cereals.
Note: Aloe Arborescens is also rich in Organic Germanium. See my book for more details about Aloe Arborescens(including a power stage IV supplemental treatment and instructions to prepare and take at home).
Zinc is found in Spices [Anethum graveolens (dill), Pimpinella anisum (anise), Ocimum sanctum or tenuiflorum (basil), Cinnamomum zeylanicum (cinnamon), Elettaria cardamomum (cardamom), Eugenia caryophyllata or Caryophyllus aromaticus (cloves), Coriandrum sativum (coriander), Carum carvi (cumin), Carum nigrum or Nigella sativa (black cumin), Curcuma longa (turmeric), Artemisia dracunculus (tarragon), Melissa officinalis (balm-mint), Mentha species (mint), Myristica fragrans (nutmeg), Origanum vulgare (oregano), Majorana hortensis (marjoram), Capsicum frutescens, fasciculatum aut annum (cayenne pepper, paprika), Cochlearia armoracia (radish), Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary), Salvia officinalis (sage), Schinus molle (Brazilian peppertree), Sinapsis arvensis or alba (mustard), Thymus vulgaris (time), Crocus sativus (saffron), Piper nigrum (black pepper), and Zingiber officinalis (ginger)].
Zinc counteracts Copper (which is often toxic for the organism, and found in dried fruit), as Zinc reduces its absorption.
allyl Sulfur (an organo-Sulfur compound) (*)
Diallyl sulfide [DAS], (an organo-Sulfur compound) (*)
Diallyl disulfide [DADS], (an organo-Sulfur compound) (*)
Diallyl trisulfide [DATS], (an organo-Sulfur compound) (*)
(*) which are decomposition products of Allicin Germanium sesquioxide Manganese
Superoxide Dismutasis (SOD), Selenium derivatives (sodium Selenite, Seleno-DL-Methionine, Se-methyl-selenocysteine)
For studies cited above see last page of database.
For studies on Zinc and cancer see scientific studies database click here
Studies on Zinc and Anti-Tumor
Studies on Zinc and Radioprotective
Studies on Zinc and Antineoplastic
Studies on Zinc and Antiproliferative
Studies on Zinc and Anti-Angiogenic
Studies on Zinc and Apoptotic
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