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Considering taking a vitamin or supplement to treat Osteoporosis? Below is a list of common natural remedies used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Osteoporosis. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

37 results found for Osteoporosis

Treatment name Effectiveness? Reviews
Treatment nameBERBERINE Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (72)
Treatment nameBLACK COHOSH Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (261)
Treatment nameBLACK TEA Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (15)
Treatment nameBORON Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (27)
Treatment nameCALCIUM Effectiveness:Likely Effective Read Reviews (40)
Treatment nameCOPPER Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (7)
Treatment nameDHEA Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (183)
Treatment nameEQUOL Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (3)
Treatment nameEVENING PRIMROSE OIL Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (104)
Treatment nameFISH OIL Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (199)
Treatment nameFLAXSEED Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (84)
Treatment nameFLUORIDE Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (41)
Treatment nameFOLIC ACID Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (99)
Treatment nameGINSENG, SIBERIAN Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (21)
Treatment nameGREEN TEA Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (60)
Treatment nameHORNY GOAT WEED Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (36)
Treatment nameHORSETAIL Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (12)
Treatment nameIPRIFLAVONE Effectiveness:Likely Effective Read Reviews (5)
Treatment nameKEFIR Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (90)
Treatment nameMAGNESIUM Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (285)
Treatment nameMANGANESE Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (3)
Treatment nameOLIVE Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (20)
Treatment nameOOLONG TEA Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (12)
Treatment namePHOSPHATE SALTS Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (0)
Treatment namePROGESTERONE Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (71)
Treatment namePYRIDOXINE (VITAMIN B6) Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (35)
Treatment nameRED CLOVER Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (51)
Treatment nameSILICON Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (17)
Treatment nameSOY Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (44)
Treatment nameSTRONTIUM Effectiveness:Likely Effective Read Reviews (29)
Treatment nameVITAMIN C (ASCORBIC ACID) Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (52)
Treatment nameVITAMIN D Effectiveness:Likely Effective Read Reviews (336)
Treatment nameVITAMIN E Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (47)
Treatment nameVITAMIN K Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (19)
Treatment nameWHEY PROTEIN Effectiveness:Possibly Ineffective Read Reviews (41)
Treatment nameYERBA MATE Effectiveness:Insufficient Evidence Read Reviews (24)
Treatment nameZINC Effectiveness:Possibly Effective Read Reviews (54)

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