OptiCleanse GHI by Xymogen

Bottle of Opticleanse GHI by Xymogen

Opticleanse GHI by Xymogen contains macro- and micronutrients, as well as a host of ingredients (some patented or proprietary) that support fatty acid metabolism, gastrointestinal health, and healthy eicosanoid and cytokine metabolism. Activated cofactors support mitochondrial energy production needed for biotransformation and detoxification. This formula’s ingredients help moderate phase I detoxification, upregulate and support phase…

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Disulfiram for Lyme Disease: How a Compounding Pharmacy Can Help

Tick sitting on a plant that contains Lyme Disease pathogen

Disulfiram is an FDA-approved drug that has been in use for over 50 years. Its approved indication is as an alcohol antagonist to help alcoholic patients stay sober. Disulfiram is now being used and researched for the treatment of Lyme disease. Lyme disease is an infectious disease caused by the bacteria, Borrelia burgdorferi. The bacteria…

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TREATING MALE HYPOGONADISM: Compounding Options to Boost Low Testosterone in Men

Fit man shirtless with male hypogonadism or low testosterone

TREATING MALE HYPOGONADISM: Compounding Options to Boost Low Testosterone in Men Hypogonadism in men is primarily a state involving lower than expected levels of testosterone, and traditionally this condition has been treated almost exclusively with testosterone supplementation. However, low testosterone can be fairly complex, involving a myriad of factors including the inability of the testes…

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Compounding Options for Patients with Resistant Yeast Infections

Stethoscope with yeast infection spelled out Compounding Pharmacy Options for Patients with Resistant Yeast Infections

Resistance Many patients are faced with resistant fungal infections after many treatment failures. Currently, one of the most prevalent resistant Candida strains is C. glabrata, which is 10-100 times less susceptible to all azoles compared with C. albicans. The culture and sensitivity tests usually reveal that C. glabrata has a reduced susceptibility to amphotericin B,…

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