Bone Support is a nanoparticle-sized blend of key minerals needed for bone (and teeth) health. Nanoparticle or angstrom-sized minerals do not require digestion, nor enzymatic processes. They are absorbed immediately into the bloodstream due to their minute particle size and the fact that they are harvested from organic mineral crystals.


Normal Serving Size: Adults – 1 tsp. – 1 tbsp. per day. Children: 1/2 tsp – 1 tsp per day. Take before bed if possible.

Servings Per Bottle: Each 32 oz bottle contains 64 adult servings.

Ingredients: Calcium, magnesium, boron, cobalt, zinc & copper

Note: There is 3 times more magnesium than calcium in this product, hence they are in the ideal ratio for optimal utilization.

Important: People who are not getting adequate calcium from their diet usually need to take one tablespoon per day unless there is bone loss. In this situation 3 tablespoons per day in divided doses might be in order, along with a natural Vitamin D3.

JINI PATEL THOMPSON SAYS: In my family, we take one or two capfuls of the Minerals of Life – Trace Minerals in the morning (kids take 1/2 – 1 capful) – we just tip it into our mouths and swallow it straight. At night, we take our Bone Support minerals last thing before bed so they will stop decay by re-mineralizing our teeth and also shifting the pH of our mouths to an alkaline state (it is often the acidic pH in the mouth that causes tooth decay). We take 1 – 2 capfuls for adults, 1/2 – 1 capful for the kids, after brushing and flossing, we hold and swish the Bone Support around our teeth for about 2 minutes, then swallow. Both the kids and I have noticed that using these minerals to induce alkalinity right before bed also helps ensure a deep, uninterrupted sleep.

If you are suffering from, or concerned about osteoporosis, then you will likely need to take more of the Bone Support for a period of time. You might want to take 1 tbsp, 2-3x/day for 3 months, then get re-tested. Also, you may want to take 1 tbsp. of the Minerals of Life Trace Minerals each day. And don’t forget your daily Vitamin D – also crucial for bone formation.

I also discuss these nanoparticle (or angstrom-sized) minerals in my teleseminar (part of JPT Wellness Circle) with pH Body Balance expert, Maraline Krey. Or, if you just want some quick tips on acid/alkaline balance, then check out my free podcast with Maraline.

Usage and Dosage For Bone Support

11 thoughts on “Usage and Dosage For Bone Support

  • Can you tell me the size of the angstrom particles in the bone support? Also, do you recommend an angstrom sized phosphorus supplement to enhance tooth remineralization? How long until your kids saw results? Is there significant difference in the Bone Support & the Minerals of Life as far as calcium/magnesium content?

    thank you 🙂


  • Hi Jayne,

    Most of your questions are answered in the blog post Jini made at the link below:

    The particles in the Bone Support product are ultrafine – ~1nm. Regarding the differences between the Bone Support and Minerals of life, the details are outlined extremely well at the link below:

    Have a great day!

    1. Hi Melvin,

      In Jini’s experience (and from some of the feedback we’ve received), the bone support does help with that.

      Kind regards,
      Customer Care

  • What is the actual dosage of calcium and magnesium as well as the other components. I have osteopoenia and am not able to tolerate any milk or soy. What is the chemical formula of the calcium(?calcium citrate, etc ) as well as other components

    1. Hi Margaret,

      Thank you for reaching out. For Calcium, suggested serving for adults is 1 tablespoon (1/2 ounce) daily as maintenance, use more if needed or as recommended by your health care professional. Amount Per Serving (Ingredients): 67.5-135mg Calcium (nano-sized, so 98% absorbable).

      Magnesium: Adults – 1 tablespoon (1/2 ounce) daily as maintenance, use more if needed or as recommended by your health care professional. Amount Per Serving (Ingredients): 135-270 mg magnesium (nano-sized, so 98% absorbable). Please let me know if you have any additional questions.

      Kind Regards,
      Cris B
      Customer Care

  • I’m wondering about the Bone support formula and the type and amount of magnesium. I haven’t had any luck taking other various types of magnesium due to the laxative effect (I have short bowel).
    Thank you for any advice on this!

    1. Hello Bonnie,

      Thank you for contacting us today. Yes, a regular magnesium (in tablet, capsule or liquid form) will irritate your colon and stimulate a bowel movement. However, you can take magnesium orally as long as it is in nanoparticle or angstrom-sized form. This means the mineral is so tiny it is absorbed instantly (through the lining of your mouth) and thus does not need to pass through the digestive system. Your other option is transdermal magnesium (absorbed through the skin). Fill your bathtub with hot water and then add 2 ounces of magnesium oil (or, if cost is a factor, one ounce of magnesium oil and 1 cup of epsom salts). Since the magnesium is going in through your skin, it is not passing through your digestive system, triggering a bowel movement.

      Kind Regards,
      Cris B
      Customer Care

  • Does this product expire? I’ve had it for over 6 months now but have only used half the bottle.

    Thank you for your post and thank you in advance for your reply!

    1. Hello Ayat,

      Thank you for contacting us. Please check expiration date on the bottom of the bottle. The product is good for 2 years and very stable when stored properly.

      Kind Regards,
      Cris B
      Customer Care

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