Strengthen Your Bone and Physical

JointPuro brings you essential nutritions for your body to build and sustain strong bones and joints.


360° Bone Repair


Top 10 Benefits

  • Preventing osteoporosis

  • Promotes chondrocyte proliferation

  • Anti-inflammatory and pain relief

  • Articular cartilage restoration

  • Lubricates joints and restores flexibility

  • Strengthen bones and thickens the bone base

  • Improve joint mobility

  • Relieves joint inflammation

  • Promotes the production of collagen and hyaluronic acid

  • Beautify hair and nails


    Modern People

    Having a tense life leads to more disease. Osteoporosis is one of them. Injury to the spine will cause paraplegia. Thousand of people are suffering from osteoarthritis. They will feel unbearable pain when the weather changes and rain. Arthrentasis will cause pain too.

    The bones are like the foundation of the building. It supports the human body. Any damage to the bones is like an unstable foundation. Many human nervous systems depend on the bones to reach all body organs. Any injury to a bone can cause illness.



    Millions of adults worldwide suffer from varying degrees of joint degeneration, pain, discomfort and limited mobility.

    Environmental water pollution, chemical pesticides, fast food, and acidic food culture all lead to consuming large amounts of calcium ions in the human body, which eventually leads to osteoporosis. The human body gradually loses bone mass from the age of 35. The older you get, the higher the chance of bone loss, especially in women with irregular menstruation and menopause.

    The incidence of osteoarthritis is gradually increasing due to high intensity labor or exercise, obesity, high heels, and sedentary office workers who increase the load on the joints.

    High risk group of osteoporosis


    Asians are generally short. The smaller the physique, the higher the risk of osteoporosis.


    Women going through menopause are at high risk for bone loss due to lower hormones.

    Family History

    A family history of osteoporosis increases the risk, making it important to undergo bone density tests.

    Smoke & Drink

    Smoking and alcohol use increase the risk for developing osteoporosis in individual.

    Drug Effects

    Come drugs can negatively impact bone mineral density, increasing the risk factor for osteoporosis.

    Arthritis & Joints Problem

    High heels have become a fashion staple for many women across the world, worn to add a touch of glamour and sophistication to their attire. However, research has shown that wearing high heels can cause significant pressure on the joints.

    The primary concern is the impact of high heels on the knees, which bear the brunt of the added pressure.

    In fact, the pressure on the knees while wearing high heels is three times higher when going up stairs and nine times higher when going down stairs compared to when wearing flat shoes.

    As women reach menopause, their ovaries gradually stop producing estrogen, resulting in a decline in bone density and increasing the risk of osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a medical condition in which the bones become fragile, brittle, and susceptible to fractures.

    Regrettably, osteoporosis often goes unnoticed among women post-menopause, and the first indication of the condition is a sudden fracture. This is because osteoporosis does not show any visible symptoms until the bones become severely weakened.

     As a result, it is crucial for women to take preventative measures and undergo regular check-ups to detect the condition early and prevent the risk of fractures.

    Severe drop in bone density after age 30 leading to osteoporosis.



    The Role of Bones

    Protective effect

    The bones are equivalent to the body’s framework, protecting the body’s vital organs from external damage. The spine and ribs protect the lungs and heart, the skull protects brain tissue, and the pelvic bones protect the bladder and uterus. The loss of protection from the bone will bring fatal injuries to internal organs even with the slightest external shock and blow.

    Motion function

    The bones and tendons, ligaments, and muscles in the bodywork together to accomplish the function of movement. The bones are essential to support movement; tendons and muscles provide power for movement; ligaments maintain the bones’ stability, which combines to allow movement to be completed.

    Metabolic function

    Bone and metabolism are closely related. Bone is rich in calcium, phosphorus, and organic and inorganic substances, which participate in inorganic salt metabolism and play a regulatory role. In addition, bones are also involved in endocrine regulation, affecting hormone secretion and metabolism in the body.

    Hematopoietic function

    Bones have hematopoietic function during early childhood, and the bone marrow cavity is rich in hematopoietic cells. It is involved in blood production. Even in adulthood, a portion of the cancellous bone will still have hematopoietic red bone marrow.

    Support Role

    Bones support the body by connecting the muscles, joints and ligaments, and other tissues into a whole. If there is no bone, it is just a pile of soft tissue lying on the ground. You are unable to stand and walk.
    • The average human body consists of 206 bones, and there are over 200 joints
    • The main ingredient is composed of 70% collagen, calcium and phosphorus
    • Skeleton weight is quarter of the human body
    • Bone density begins to decline after the age of 30
    • 4 times harder than the same volume of iron or bricks

    All 24 Vertebrae Protect The Entire Nervous System

    Cervical Spine
    • Vertigo, migraine, insomnia, dizziness, neurological disorders.
    • Headache, strabismus, tinnitus, uveitis.
    • Migraine, neck and shoulder syndrome, neuralgia, acne, acne rash, eczema, toothache, inability to open mouth.
    • Numbness in both hands, nasal congestion, toothache, and trigeminal neuralgia.
    • Chest pain, neck, shoulder, palm swelling and pain, bad breath, angry.
    • Shoulder pain, asthma, goitre.
    • Shortness of breath and chest tightness, neck root, scapular pain, sore throat, shoulder sclerosis, upper limb disorders.
    Thoracic spine
    • Shortness of breath, shortness of breath, elbow and hand pain, premature contractions, and weakness of the hands.
    • Lungs, bronchial symptoms, susceptibility to colds.
    • Chest and back pain, chest tightness, coronary artery disease, and long sighs.
    • Bitter mouth, low blood pressure, stomach cramps, epilepsy.
    • Stomach pain, indigestion, stomach cramps.
    • Gastric ulcer symptoms, indigestion, gastric prolapse, bad breath.
    • Immunocompromised, hepatobiliary disease, diabetes
    • Kidney dysfunction, cloudy urine, poor urination, allergies, cold hands and feet in the body, epilepsy.
    • Renal dysfunction, sexual dysfunction.
    • Renal dysfunction, urinary tract disease, skin disease.
    • Lower abdominal pain and coldness, fatigue syndrome, infertility, rheumatism, painful and itchy genital organs.
    Lumbar spine
    • Colon dysfunction, constipation, diarrhea, back pain, lower abdominal pain.
    • Lower abdominal pain, lower back pain, hypogonadism.
    • Bladder, dysuria, lumbar and medial knee pain.
    • Low back pain, sciatica, difficulty urinating, frequent or scanty urination, hemorrhoids.
    • Weakness in the lower limbs, pain and numbness in the lower back and legs, and irregular menstruation.

    Damage to the cartilage between the vertebrae will compress the spinal nerves.

    Our Bones Will Wear Out Everyday

    The following is a table of the pressure on the knee of a 70kg person:

    Pressure while walking
    Pressure of climbing up and down the stairs
    Pressure while exercising
    Pressure during squatting and kneeling

    The Star, February 27, 2004, “General Medical Knowledge” reported


    Today’s food culture is acidic, resulting in high acid toxicity in the body

    In order to neutralize acid toxicity in the body, the body has to continuously release large amounts of calcium ions (alkaline) from the bone marrow to maintain health and preserve life.

    Excessive release of calcium depletes the bone capital, leading to osteoporosis, joint disease and other bone diseases that seriously affect health.

    Perfect bones require 70%
    of Type Ⅱ collagen-adherent calcium.

    White rat tests by hydrolyzed collagen experts have shown that:

    It reaches the cartilaginous part of the whole body directly within 12 hours!

    Supercritical CO2 can have the characteristics of gas and liquid:

    • Liquid — high solubility
    • Gas — high fluidity

    Japan Supercritical Fluid Extraction (JSFE)

    The core of plant cells is to store nutrients, but plant cells are protected by a strong cell wall, and it is difficult for general extraction techniques to touch the hidden active ingredients.

    The supercritical fluid state appears when the fluid temperature exceeds its critical temperature and critical pressure, and it is a state between gas and liquid. By controlling temperature and pressure, the fluid can dissolve pure natural plant compounds and selectively extract highly concentrated and effective active essences.

    These characteristics enable the supercritical CO2 to penetrate the cell walls unimpededly, extract every drop of effective essence without leaking, and seal it in the product.


    Suitable for Groups

    Sports Fans

    Meniscus injury, bone fracture, joint wear or Joint erosion

    Office Workers

    Carpal tunnel syndrome, Cervical spondylosis or Neck osteoarthritis, Lumbar spondylosis or Lower back osteoarthritis

    Elder Family Members

    Osteophytes, Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Physical Laborers

    Synovitis, Bursitis, Tenosynovitis