Organic salts

Organic salts are the appropriate and generated salts of organic acids and alkaloids. In organic structures, only a few groups are ions (carboxyl groups). They are used in organic structures, such as drugs and vitamins, and are made to make salts easy to dissolve in water insoluble. Organic salts are different from inorganic salts. Inorganic salts, salts of inorganic compounds and old minerals, usually account for only 1% to 1.5% of fresh weight in biological cells. At present, more than 20 species have been found in the human body, of which a large number of elements have carbon C, hydrogen H, oxygen O, nitrogen N, calcium Ca, phosphorus P, potassium K, sulfur S, sodium Na, chlorine Cl, magnesium Mg, trace elements iron, Zinc, selenium, molybdenum, chromium, cobalt, iodine and so on. Organic salts are organic acids, or salts formed by reactions of organic bases with other acids and bases, which can be organic or inorganic.

The main component of the organic salts are sodium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, iodine, zinc etc.