Zinc bisglycinate, also known as Zinc glycinate, Glycine Zinc Salt, or zinc glycine chelate, is a pharmaceutical drug that helps patients with their clinical diet of the metabolic processes of osteoarthritis. It’s a great source of pain relief and can reduce swelling. It’s a well-tolerated and well-absorbed zinc chelate, composed of one zinc molecule that is bound to two molecules of the amino acid glycine. Due to its complex compound structure, it has greater absorption properties than any other mineral. Using Zinc bisglycinate in our diet can increase the zinc percentage in our blood level. Zinc bisglycinate is also used in food products as additives such as colourings, flavors, etc.
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Molecular Formula – C4H8N2O4Zn
Molecular Weight – 213.51gm/mol
CAS No – 14281-83-5
Shelf Life – 36 months
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Storage Condition – Keep Well Closed, protected against light, dry and at room temperature.
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|1.||Description||White hygroscopic powder|
|2.||Solubility||Partly soluble in water|
|3.||Identification||Positive for Zinc & Glycine|
|4.||Arsenic||NMT 3 ppm|
|5.||Heavy Metals||NMT 10 ppm|
|6.||Loss on Drying (at 105°C till constant weight)||NMT 7.5% w/w|
|7.||Assay (as Zinc) (On Dried Basis)||25.0% w/w – 29.0% w/w|
|Pharmaceutical Drugs||Zinc Bisglycinate is mainly used as a dietary supplement that helps patients with their clinical diet of the metabolic processes of osteoarthritis.
It is a great source of pain relief and helps to reduce swellness.
Zinc Bisglycinate can increase zinc in the blood levels.
|Personal Care||Zinc Bisglycinate can be used in many personal and cosmetic products such as shampoo, perfumes, cosmetics, lotion, soaps, toothpaste, etc.|
|Food Additives||Due to its high absorbing properties, it can be used as an additive in food for human consumption, like in pieces, extracts, colorings, flavors, etc.|
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