Osteo-Mins™ PM with D, K1, & K2

Specially formulated by Dr. Jonathan Wright for the support of healthy bones, especially in aging women.‡

This formula is intended to be taken in the evenings as a potent calcium source with vitamins D, K1 and K2 for enhanced absorption, and used as a companion product with Osteo-Mins™ AM (item 1110).‡

  • Support for healthy bones‡

$46.00 or Original price was: $46.00.Current price is: $41.40. / month

(Subscriptions can be managed in your account and cancelled at any time without penalty.)


Bone is a living and growing tissue, and constantly needs a supply of nutrients.  Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body and a major component of bone, therefore it is important to make sure there is a sufficient amount of calcium in the system, and that it is available for use by the bones and easily absorbable.

The Osteo-Mins™ line of supplements was developed by Dr. Jonathan Wright to not only provide calcium, but additional nutrients to aid in calcium absorption and other nutrients that support bone health.  Vitamin D is present to promote absorption of calcium and phosphorous in the intestines, and reduce the loss of calcium through the urinary tract.  Osteo-Mins™ PM with D+K1, K2 includes both vitamin K1 and K2.  Natural vitamin K2, menaquinone-7, helps the body properly utilize calcium to build healthy bone tissue, and to inhibit calcium deposits
in arteries and blood vessels.

Dr. Wright believes that it is important for different bone health support nutrients to be taken at different times of the day for maximum benefit.  Therefore, he developed the AM and PM versions of Osteo-Mins™ to provide the best nutrition for the support of bone health.‡

Dr. Jonathan V. Wright is a pioneer in natural therapies for health conditions and an expert in the use of bioidentical hormone replacement for men and women.

A Harvard University and University of Michigan graduate, Dr. Jonathan V. Wright is a fore-runner in research and application of natural treatments for healthy aging and illness. Along with Alan Gaby, M.D., he has since 1976 accumulated a file of over 50,000 research papers about diet, vitamins, minerals, botanicals, and other natural substances from which he has developed non-patent medicine (non-“drug”) treatments for health problems. Since 1983, Drs. Wright and Gaby have regularly taught seminars about these methods to tens of thousands of physicians in these United States and overseas.


Warning: If you are pregnant or lactating woman, have any health conditions, or are taking any medication, make sure to consult your healthcare provider prior to use.

‡ These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.



Eight Capsules in the evening daily.


240 Capsules


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