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BONETEM-D syrup 200 ml

A complex tool for the development and strength of bones

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Contents (per 5 ml)

Active ingredients:

Calcium citrate (equivalent to 250 mg of elemental calcium) ........................... 1250 mg

Magnesium hydroxide (equivalent to 25 mg of elemental magnesium) .............. 60 mg

Zinc gluconate (equivalent to 1.5 mg elemental zinc) ................................ 10.72 mg _cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_

Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) ............................................ .......................... 200 BV

Excipients: white rose, sucrose, erythrosine, propylene glycol, disodium edetate, xanthan gum, sodium saccharin, purified water.


Product information  

Based on the properties, biological activity and specific mechanism of action of the components contained in Bonetem-D, it regulates calcium-phosphorus exchange in the body, strengthens bones and teeth, supports the function of the nervous system, restores the deficit of magnesium and zinc in the body, supports physical and mental development, and immunity. It increases the strength of bone tissue, it is important for the mineralization of teeth.

Calcium   is an indispensable food component. This mineral is important for neck development, mineralization of the skeleton, accumulation of optimal bone mass, full accumulation of muscles, transmission of nerve impulses, and normal blood clotting. Adequate intake of calcium is very important, especially during active height growth. Calcium deficiency manifests itself in different periods of a child's life with the following symptoms: low height and growth rate, tendency to convulsions, insufficient mineralization of the skeleton, rickets-like changes, muscle hypotonia, increased alertness, late teething, dystrophic changes in tooth processing, caries. Getting calcium through food or supplements is important to prevent these symptoms and prevent future osteoporosis and fractures.

Magnesium is an essential element involved in more than 300 enzymatic reactions and numerous metabolic processes. It plays an important role in energy production and synthesis of nucleic acids. It is contained in all tissues in the body: it is important for the normal functioning of cells, especially for the regulation of the conduction of nerve impulses and muscle contraction. Magnesium is also important for vitamin D metabolism. In cases of poor nutrition or increased demand for magnesium (stress, physical and mental strain, taking diuretics, etc.), its deficit may occur. Magnesium is used in the prevention and treatment of metabolic syndrome, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, asthma, various heart and nervous system diseases.

Zinc is the second most abundant element in the body. It ensures the activity of enzymes and the structure of proteins. Zinc participates in the division and growth of cells, healing of wounds, breakdown of carbohydrates, strengthens the effect of insulin. During infancy and childhood, zinc is important for proper development and growth. Zinc plays an important role in the formation of the immune system, especially in the prevention of respiratory tract infections and diarrhea. The digestive system, central nervous system, skeleton, immune and reproductive systems, skin are sensitive to the clinical effects of zinc deficiency. Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble vitamin. Its main natural source is sunlight. Vitamin D ensures the absorption of calcium and phosphorus from the intestines, and plays an important role in bone metabolism. Deficiency of vitamin D leads to depletion of calcium reserves in bones, rickets in children, osteomalacia and osteoporosis in adults, and increased risk of fractures. Receptors of vitamin D are located in other organs and tissues (muscles, endocrine glands, vessels, heart, immune cells, etc.), expanding its biological importance: it has been proven that vitamin D supports immunity, cardiovascular, autoimmune and allergic diseases, diabetes and so on. plays a role in the pathogenesis of diseases.  The main cause of vitamin D deficiency can be lack of sunlight intake, improper diet, intestinal, liver and kidney diseases.


Instructions for use

  • Prevention and treatment of calcium, magnesium, zinc and vitamin D deficiency

  • Malabsorption syndrome, during poor nutrition

  • Prevention and treatment of rickets and rickets-like diseases, hypocalcemic tetanus

  • Prevention and complex treatment of osteomalacia and osteoporosis 

  • Complex treatment of fractures

  • In order to support physical development, bone and teeth health

  • By supporting the function of the nervous and cardiovascular systems



Individual sensitivity to any component contained in the product.


Method of use and dosage

Children under 4 years: 5 ml 1 time a day

Children aged 4-9 years: 5 ml 2 times a day

Children over 9 years and adults: 5 ml 3 times a day

It is taken internally during or after meals. Shake the vial before use.


Release form

Syrup for internal administration, in a plastic bottle of 200 ml, with a measuring cup of 15 ml, in a cardboard box.



Opes Healthcare Pvt. Ltd., India.

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