food supplement of calcium and minerals
  • Calcium is vital for strong bones and teeth, and the health of the heart, muscles and nerves. It is especially important during pregnancy, lactation and in the menopause.
  • Vitamin D3 acts as a regulator of calcium metabolism and maintains the normal rate of bone formation. 
  • Zinc and magnesium are essential elements of nutrition. They are important constituents of many enzyme systems and are present in all tissues, Zinc speeds wound healing and boosts the ageing of the immune system. 
  • Zinc plays an important role in the treatment of acrodermatitis enteropathica, anorexia nervosa, and aphthous ulcer. 
  • Zinc and magnesium are widely distributed throughout the body and are excreted in the faeces with only traces appearing in the urine and  have little or no role in regulating the content of zinc in the body.
  • Magnesium salts  and  calcium carbonate are important during pregnancy for neutralizing hyperacidity of common occurrence. Carbonate acts quickly for short time, while magnesium acts for long time. 

Each soflet contains: 

  • Calcium Carbonate from equivalent to element calcium 500m       1250 mg
  • Vitamin D3                    250 I.U.
  • Zinc (as Zinc Sulphate)                7.5 mg
  • Magnesium (as Mg Oxide)                     40 mg
  • Copper (as Copper Sulphate)                     1mg 
  • Manganese (as Manganese Sulphate)          1.8 mg
  • Boron (as Sodium Boron)                 250 mcg

Bone-vit® soflets are used whenever effective health support is needed, as in the following cases:

  • As a dietary supplement in some cases where calcium intake may be inadequate during childhood, adolescence,pregnancy, lactation, post-menopausal women and elderly.
  • As an effective treatment for rickets, osteomalacia and osteoporosis.
  • As an effective treatment for  hypoparathyroidism. 
  • There is an increased risk of hypercalcaemia if Bone-vit® is coadministered with thiazide diuretics. 
  • Calcium enhances the effects of digitalis glycosides on the heart and may precipitate digitalis intoxication. 
  • Bone-vit® reduces the absorption of a number of other drugs such as bisphosphonates, fluoride, some  fluroquinolones, tetracyclines, copper, ciprofloxacin, iron, norfloxacin and penicillamine. 
  • Chronic zinc poisoning in human has not been identified with certainly, although prolonged use may lead to copper deficiency and anemia.
  • Gastrointestinal irritation. 
  • It is best taken before or with meals. 
  • 1- 2 soflets  daily.  
  • Or as directed by the physician. 
  • Bone-vit® should be given cautiously to patients with impaired renal function, or heart disease. 
  • (Blisters of 12 soflets, Packs of  two blisters.) 
  • Store at a temperature below 25ºC. 
  • Protect from humidity & heat sources.