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General Compounding

Your Solution Compounding Pharmacy provides may compounding solutions for specific ailments. The solutions discussed below are just some responses to wellness disorders that patiens suffer from, and for whom we regularly compound medications.


Pain Management

Your Solution Compounding Pharmacy has an extensive listing of medications available for pain management. In addition to medications listed under Sterile Compounding of our website, we have numerous items available for oral and topical use. Combinations of the pain management medications can be compounded in one convenient delivery method.

Commonly Requested Compounding Ideas for Pain Management

Rheumatoid Arthritis / Joint Pain
Soft Tissue Inflammation
Plantar Fasciitis
General Pain
Migraines
Muscle Cramps for Athletes
Anaesthetics Before Laser Procedure
Anaesthetics Before Needle Sticks
Colitis
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Radiation Proctitis
Painful Diaper Rash
Burning Mouth Syndrome
Mouth Pain
High Strength Opiate Capsules (SR)
Smooth Muscle Spasm
Ultrasound (Phonophoresis)
Iontophoresis
Dyspnea
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Multiple Sclerosis
Neuropathic Pain
Topical Lipoderm
Opioid Tolerance
Constipation with Opioids
Wound Care / Pain
Radiation Burns
Bone Pain
Allodynia
Amputation Pain
Inflammatory Pain from Injury

Pain Management Drugs

Amitriptyline
Baclofen
Benzocaine
Butalbitol
Capsaicin
Clonidine
Cyclobenzaprine
Dextromethorophan
Diclofenac
Gabapentin
Guaifenesin
Hydrocortisone
Hydromorphone
Ibuprofen
Indomethacin
Ketamine
Ketoprofen
Lignocaine
Metoclopromide
Morphine
Naproxen
Naltrexone
Nifedipine
Orphenadrine
Oxycodone
Pentoxifylline
Piroxicam
Salicylic Acid
Tetracaine

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*Please note that these medications require a prescription from a physician. To place an order contact the pharmacy directly at 1300 900 939.

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Pyrolurea

Pyroluria is a genetically determined chemical imbalance involving an abnormality in haemoglobin synthesis. Haemoglobin is the protein that holds iron in the red blood cell. Individuals with this disorder produce too much of a by-product of haemoglobin synthesis called "kryptopyrrole" (KP) or "hemepyrrole." Kryptopyrrole has no known function in the body and is excreted in urine.

Kryptopyrrole binds to pyridoxine (vitamin B6) and zinc and makes them unavailable for their important roles as co-factors in enzymes and metabolism.  These essential nutrients when bound to kryptopyrrole are removed from the bloodstream and excreted into the urine as pyrroles.  Arachidonic acid (an omega-6 fatty acid) also becomes deficient.

The effect of pyroluria can have a mild, moderate, or severe depending on the severity of the imbalance. Most individuals show symptoms of zinc and/or B6 deficiencies, which include poor stress control, nervousness, anxiety, mood swings, severe inner tension, episodic anger (an explosive temper), poor short-term memory and depression. Most pyrolurics exhibit at least two of these problems. These individuals cannot efficiently create serotonin (a neurotransmitter that reduces anxiety and depression) since vitamin B6 is an important factor in the last step of its synthesis. Many of these persons appear to benefit from SSRI medications such as Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft, Celexa, etc. However, as with all mind-altering drugs, side effects occur and the true cause of the mental difficulties remains uncorrected. In addition these individuals often have frequent infections and are often identified by their inability to tan, poor dream recall, abnormal fat distribution, and sensitivity to light and sound. As you can imagine an SSRI will not correct these metabolic effects. More healthful benefits may be achieved by giving the appropriate supporting nutrients.

Pyroluria is detected by chemical analysis of the abnormal pyrroles in urine detectable as a purple (on testing paper) metabolite in called "the mauve factor." Most persons have less than 10mcg of KP per decilitre. Persons with 10-20 mcg/dl are considered "borderline" pyroluric and may benefit from treatment. Persons with levels above 20 mcg/dl are considered to have pyroluria, especially if the above symptoms are present. The chemical analysis for KP is difficult due to the tendency for this chemical to decompose. Sometimes it is necessary to repeat the urine test to properly determine the level of KP being excreted. To make the initial diagnosis, no vitamins or minerals should be taken for two days before the urine is collected (This is to avoid false negative results). The specimen should be handled properly as well - collected and frozen immediately and protected from any light by being placed in aluminium foil. A repeat test to determine if the condition has been improved may be helpful.

People with mild-moderate pyroluria usually have a fairly rapid response to treatment if no other chemical imbalances are present. People with severe pyroluria usually require several weeks before progress is seen and improvement may be gradual over 3 - 12 months. Features of pyroluria usually recur within 2 - 4 weeks if the nutritional program is stopped.  Thus, the need for treatment is indefinite.

Pyroluria is managed in part by restoring vitamin B6 and zinc.  The type of replacement therapy is very important as zinc must be provided in an efficiently absorbed form. Vitamin B6 is also available in several forms. Both zinc and B6 supplementation need to be directed by the doctor as too much can be toxic, use of the wrong form will be ineffective, and avoiding competing minerals and supplements may be necessary. Other nutrients may assist in pyroluria include niacinamide, pantothenic acid, manganese, vitamins C and E, omega-6 fatty acids and cysteine. Food sources and nutritional supplements containing copper and red/yellow food dyes should be avoided.

Because pyrolurics are stress intolerant, they seem to be especially vulnerable to cumulative stress over many days. For example, parents of a pyroluric child should use discipline that is "short and sweet" rather than "long and lingering." It is not unexpected that pyroluric patients are prone to relapses, especially during illness, injury, or emotional stress.

Treatment

We compound Primer Pyrrole Capsules used to treat Pyrolurea. Please visit our Wellness Store for more information on this product.

Much of the information we have about pyroluria is from the work of the late Carl Pfeiffer, M.D. in the 1970's.  Some references include:

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Skin Care and Dermatology

Your Solution Compounding Pharmacy has an extensive listing of medications available for skin care (cosmeceutical) and dermatology. In addition to medications listed under Sterile Compounding, we have numerous products available for skin care use. Please contact us for any information regarding your skin solution or visit our Cosmeceutical Department in our Wellness Store.

Everyone's skin is different. Your cosmetic line must be different, too. Help maintain your normal skin balance throughout the day and night by choosing the skin-type-specific product best suited for you. We use bases specifically formulated for all skin types.

Depending on your skin type, we compound products not only to be used for restoring normal skin balance, but also to create innovative therapies and anti-aging systems for:

Normal Skin

Maintain & Protect your Skin's Balance. Advanced ingredients are not just for those with problem skin types! The liposome dispersion of phospholipids and ceramides in this wonderful moisturising lotion leaves the skin feeling pleasant and hydrated. Silicone polymers help the barrier function of the skin while imparting a silky touch. VersaSkin Normal is a great all-around lotion for facial use.

Dry and Dehydrated Skin

Maintain your Skin's Natural Moisture. All too often the person with dry skin finds himself/herself continually having to apply creams/lotions in order to maintain a moisturized feeling. VersaSkin Dry & Dehydrated uses an advanced hydrogel emulsifier system that rapidly delivers the oil phase upon contact with the skin. Since the oil phase is not readily re-emulsifiable, the oil remains in place longer which may minimise the need for reapplication. A wealth of "natural moisturising factors" such as glucose, urea, alanine, aspartic acid, fructose, sucrose, dextrin, glutamic acid, hexyl nicotinate and hexylene glycol also are present. Hydrolyzed Rice Protein reduces collagen degradation, and Glycine Soya Protein inhibits leukocyte and fibroblast elastase, thus helping to maintain firmness.

Oily and Problem Skin

Restore Oil Balance & Soothe. This cream is designed to shut down oil production and dry up pores. It is oil-free, wax-free and non-comedogenic, and contains cross-linked methylmethacrylate microspheres, which absorb oil and sebum thus leaving a dry silky touch. A natural pineapple astringent is present which also contains vitamin C, thiamine, folic acid, vitamin B6 and minerals such as potassium, magnesium, calcium and manganese. VersaSkin Oily & Problem also contains MSM, which imparts keratolytic activity as well as protection against fungus and bacteria. Green Tea and Chrysanthellum Indicum Extracts provide excellent antioxidant and free radical scavenging benefits.

Sensitive Skin

VersaSkin - Sensitive. Puts your Skin at ease. This gentle cream is made with a mild phosphate based emulsifier system that is hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic. An innovative peptide called Acetyl Dipeptide-1 Cetyl Ester is included to "put the skin at ease." It has the ability to modulate the perception of temperature, chemical aggressions and tactile sensations, thus "calming" the skin. An herbal agent commonly used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine, known as Bacopa Monniera, is included to soothe and protect the skin from daily aggressions. Bacopa Monniera has been shown to inactivate free radicals and to reduce UVA induced lipid peroxidation in vitro. It has the ability to reduce cutaneous sensitivity by up to 60 percent.

Acne Skin

Acne (acne vulgaris) is an inflammatory disease of the sebaceous glands (oil producing) and hair follicles of the skin that is marked by the eruption of pimples or pustules, especially on the face. Acne is considered a normal response to abnormal levels of the male hormone testosterone. An increase in oil secretions may build up beneath a blocked pore, allowing bacteria (including Propionibacterium acnes and yeast) to increase in number and cause inflammation. More than four out of five people between the ages of 12 and 24 develop acne at least once in their life. It usually affects individuals in puberty, but can affect people of any age. Women may experience mild to moderate acne due to hormonal changes associated with feminine health issues, such as pregnancy, menstrual cycles, menopause, or starting/stopping birth control pills. Acne may cause scarring, so care should be taken to reduce the chances of this happening, such as using autologus (from patient's body) fat transfer, dermabrasion, collagen injections, laser treatments, and vitamin E oil.

 

The appearances of skin lesions occur wherever there is numerous oil or sweat glands, mainly on the face, chest, and back. The typical acne lesions include comedones (whitehead, blackhead), papules (reddened, no pus), pustules (reddened, pus), nodules, and inflammatory cysts. These are the more inflamed form of pus-filled or reddish bumps, even boil-like tender swellings. Non-inflamed sebaceous cysts (also called epidermoid cysts) occur either in association with acne or alone but are not a constant feature. After resolution of acne lesions, prominent unsightly scars may remain.

 

Scarring of the skin may occur if acne is not controlled or treated. Social complications and problems due to acne include social withdrawal, decreased self-esteem, reduced self-confidence, poor body image, embarrassment, feelings of depression, anger, preoccupation, frustration, and higher rate of unemployment.

 

Acne by its very nature can be considered a hormonal disease. Hormones are responsible for the maturation of the oil glands in our skin. This is why children do not experience acne. There are several times in our lives when our hormones can become unbalanced and wreak havoc, including puberty, pregnancy, menopause, and, well, any other time they feel like it. More specifically, acne may be precipitated by androgen hormones (DHEA and testosterone), male hormones present in both men and women. The oil surplus created by these hormones may be instrumental in clogging hair follicles where bacteria grows and causes acne pimples and blemishes. Hormonal acne is seen mostly in women due to the natural cycles a woman goes through, such as menstruation, pregnancy and menopause. Unlike androgens the female-hormone estrogens have a beneficial effect on acne, which is why some doctors recommend birth control pills for women who have acne. But when a woman's estrogen levels decline, as they do just before the beginning of a menstrual cycle, acne may worsen.

 

Acne or acne-like lesions can also develop in response to various substances, Some medications that may cause acne include anabolic steroids (sometimes used illegally by athletes to "bulk up"), some anti-seizure medications, the anti-tuberculosis drugs isoniazid and rifampin, lithium and iodine-containing medications. Other causes include exposure to tobacco smoke, coal tar derivatives, industrial oils, and chlorinated hydrocarbons. Further, oils in aerosol sprays, as well as excessive washing or scrubbing of the skin, can exacerbate acne because these cause increased skin-oil production. The use of certain cosmetics, oil-based hair products, and suntan lotions can block oil glands and worsen acne.

 

Treatment

 

Topical treatments: Topical products for acne may dry up the oil, kill bacteria and promote sloughing of dead skin cells. There are many different topical over-the-counter acne products available. The most commonly used over-the-counter acne medications are Benzoyl Peroxide, Salicylic acid and Glycolic Acid. We compound an effective over the counter Benzoyl Peroxide 5% gel which contains 5% Benzoyl Peroxide (kills the bacteria responsible for the acne), 5% Glycolic Acid (helps dissolve the sebum plug) and Lipoic Acid (activates a factor in the body known as AP-1, which produces enzymes that digest damaged collagen and helps erase acne scars in addition to its anti-inflammatory effect). This light gel contains non greasy moisturizers to prevent skin dryness often caused by Benzoyl Peroxide without blocking more skin pores.
We compound a Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) 4% gel. In a State University of New York study, a 4% nicotinamide gel was compared to a 1% clindamycin (antibiotic) gel for the treatment of moderate inflammatory acne in 76 patients. Treatment was applied twice daily for eight weeks. At the end of treatment, 82 percent of the nicotinamide patients and 68 percent of the clindamycin patients were improved. The fact that the use of topical clindamycin is also associated with the development of resistant microorganisms makes niacinamide even more preferred. Nicotinamide cream has also been shown to reduce the amount of sebum present on the skin.

 

Cosmeceuticals use in Acne treatment include YSCP Cleansing Pads For Acne Skin 60g and YSCP Benzoyl Peroxide 7% Facial Cleanser/Mask 100G



Generally, these medications are useful for people with mild acne. They help to open up clogged pores and have some antibacterial activity. It can take several weeks to see an improvement in symptoms. If products containing salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide don't work well, products with sulfur and/or resorcinol may be used. While such products may be effective, they do have a noticeable color and odor.

 

Topical prescription medicines for acne include Tretinoin (Retin-A) and adapalene (Differin). These products are derived from vitamin A, and work by promoting cell turnover and preventing blockage of the hair follicle. A number of topical antibiotics also are available. They work by killing excess skin bacteria. Often, a combination of such products is required to achieve optimal results. Topical antibiotics may also be used, such as erythromycin and clindamycin.

 

Prevention

 

  • Wash the face with mild soap and water several times daily to prevent pore clogging and oil buildup.
  • Avoid repeated exposure to an environment that promotes oil production and clogging of the pores.
  • Rubbing and friction from clothing, hair, and sporting equipment may also irritate acne-prone skin.
  • Try not to "pop" pimples or touch them, as infection may occur.
  • Avoid skin irritants such as cosmetics or shaving with an electric razor.
  • Stress has been associated with occurrence of acne. Meditation, exercise, music therapy, and massage have been reported to decrease stress.
  • Nutritional changes along with the addition of supplements (vitamins, minerals and herbs) may be effective in preventing acne, improving immunity, decreasing stress, and in supporting general health.
  • Taking a multivitamin that contains the antioxidant vitamins A, C, and E, the B-complex vitamins, and trace minerals such as magnesium, zinc, and selenium can help protect the body from acne.
  • Although still controversial, consuming less dairy products such as milk and cheese, may decrease acne. It is thought that the hormones contained in milk may be a causative factor in developing acne. Drinking soy milk or organic milk that does not contain hormones may help decrease acne.
  • Try to avoid refined foods such as white breads, pastas, and sugar. The high glycemic index of these foods has been reported to increase acne outbreaks and symptoms.
  • Eat antioxidant containing foods, including fruits (such as berries, grapes, and tomatoes), and vegetables (such as peppers and carrots). Studies report that oxidation may be a causative factor in developing acne.
  • Seafood, which contains high levels of iodine, has been reported to increase the incidence of getting acne. Avoiding seafood may decrease the chances of developing acne.
  • Chocolate has been thought to cause acne for years, but scientists have found no link between chocolate consumption and acne outbreaks. However, overconsumption, especially of milk chocolate, may cause poor glycemic control which may increase the chances of acne outbreaks.
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  • EDTA
  • Calcium EDTA
  • Malic Acid
  • Glutathione

Commonly Requested Cosmeceutical & Dermatological Compounds

Cleansers
Moisturisers
Under Eye
Firming
Anti-Aging
Masks
Pre-Peel
Facial Peels
Post-Peel
Physical Exfoliant
Skin Renewal
Bleaching/Skin Lightening
Acne Skin
Rashes
Psoriasis
Contact dermatitis
Anti-Infectives

Common Cosmeceutical Ingredients

Acetyl Dipeptide-1 Cetyl Ester Solution
Acetyl Hexapeptide-3 Solution
AHA's Glycolic Acid
Aloe Vera
Arnica Flower Tincture
Ascorbic Acid
Ascorbyl Palmitate
Azealic Acid
Bacopa Monnieri Liquid Extract
Bioflavonoids Citrus Powder
Ceramide III
Chamomile Flower Fluid Extract
Coenzyme Q10
Coenzyme Q10 Water Soluble
DMAE Complex
DMSO
Exfoliant, Apricot-Body
Exfoliant, Grape Seed Face
Ferulic Acid
Glycine Soya Protein
Glycolic Acid
Glycosaminoglycans Solution
Grape Seed Extract
Idebenone
Ketamine
Lactic Acid
L-Carnitine
L-Carnosine
Lipoic Acid
Mandelic Acid
Marigold Extract
N-Acetylcysteine
Niacinamide
Palmitoyl Pentapeptide 3
Peucedanum Ostrithium Liquid Extract Pineapple Liquid Extract
Resorcinol
Retinoic Acid
Retinol Molecular Film Fluid
Salicylic Acid
Sodium Pyrrolidone Carboxylate EGCg
Sodium-L-Ascorbyl-2-Phosphate Tocotrienols
Super Oxide Dismutase Solution
Tea Tree Oil
Vitamin A Palmitate
Vitamin E
Vitamin K
Witch Hazel Extract
Yeast Extract Solution

Please note that these medications require a prescription from a physician. To place an order contact the pharmacy directly at 1300 900 939.

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Antifungal / Antiparasite

Below is a listing of the various antifungal and antiparasite medications that Your Solution Compounding Pharmacy has to offer. Different combinations of medications are possible and various delivery forms are available, including oral capsules, oral powders, oral suspensions, creams, and gels.

Albendazole
Amphotericin-B
Bismuth Citrate
Boric Acid
Clotrimazole
Fluconazole
Iodoquinol
Itraconazole
Ketoconazole
Mebendazole
Metronidazole
Miconazole
Nystatin
Praziquantel
Pyrantel
Thiabendazole
Tinidazole

Please note that these medications require a prescription from a physician. To place an order contact the pharmacy directly at 1300 900 939.

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Anti-Infectives

Below is a listing of the various anti-infective medications that Your Solution Compounding Pharmacy has to offer. Different combinations of medications are possible and various delivery forms are available, including oral capsules, oral powders, oral suspensions, creams, and gels. Please visit our Sterile Compounding page for a more comprehensive list of medications.

Ciprofloxacin
Clindamycin
Tetracycline

Please note that these medications require a prescription from a physician. To place an order contact the pharmacy directly at 1300 900 939.

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Cognitive Function Enhancement 

For various reasons more and more medications are being removed from the market it. It is imperative that many medication options, supporting enhanced patient cognitive function, are available to physicians and patients. Below is a comprehensive listing of items that Your Solution Compounding Pharmacy has to offer in various compounded products. Numerous delivery methods are available, including oral capsules, oral liquids, transdermal creams and gels, nasal sprays and suppositories.

5-Hydroxy-Tryptophan
DMAE
Ergoloid Mesylate
Glutathione
GABA
L-Tryptophan
Liposomal Glutathione
Melatonin
N-Acetyl-Carnitine
Oxytocin
Piracetam
Selegiline

Please note that these medications require a prescription from a physician. To place an order contact the pharmacy directly at 1300 900 939.

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Chelation / Heavy Metal Detox

Chelation therapy is a process involving the use of chelating agents to remove heavy metals from the body. The most common forms of heavy metal intoxication include lead, arsenic and/or mercury. 

Heavy metal toxicity from chronic environmental exposure is often unrecognized because its symptoms are similar to many other health conditions:  fatigue, nausea, insomnia, impaired mental function, nervousness, and even damage to vital organs.  Although some heavy metals are part of a healthy diet (the trace elements iron, copper, manganese, and zinc), others (including arsenic, lead, mercury, cadmium, and aluminum) may become toxic when they accumulate in soft tissues after exposure through food, water, air, or absorption through the skin.  Although arsenic and lead still lead the list of toxic heavy metals, potential mercury poisoning from fish such as tuna and swordfish, childhood immunizations, and dental fillings has caused increased concern.  Chelating agents that bind to the heavy metals often are used to detoxify the body.

 

Derived from the Greek word for "claw," chelation is the process of chemically binding metal ions and removing them from the tissue, to be filtered from the blood in the kidneys and eventually excreted in the urine.  Chelating agents may be administered orally, intramuscularly, or intravenously.

Below is a comprehensive list of chelators that Your Solution Compounding Pharmacy has to offer. Various delivery forms are available, including oral capsules, topical gels and suppositories. For a listing of injectable chelators that we also have to offer, please visit our Sterile Compounding page.

Please note that these medications require a prescription from a physician. To place an order contact the pharmacy directly at 1300 900 939.

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Autism Support

Autism is a condition that can, in many instances, be reversed through bio-medical intervention. Addressing autism involves a holistic approach which is more than prescription drugs alone can achieve. Your Solution Compounding Pharmacy has created a one-stop resource for quality products, support and information to help defeat autism. We have made it our goal to stay abreast of new medical research and to share significant new treatment ideas and information with physicians and parents.

Below is a comprehensive listing of medications that Your Solution Compounding Pharmacy has to offer those over the spectrum. Various delivery methods and strengths are available specifically to accommodate smaller children.

Transdermal TTFD (Allithiamine)
Alpha Lipoic Acid
Injectable B-12 (Prefilled syringes available)
B-12 / Folinic Acid / NAC Combinations
Glutathione
Liposomal Glutathione
Antifungals
Chelation Items
BLT Cream
Low Dose Naltrexone
Secretin
Oxytocin Nasal Spray
N-Acetyl-Cysteine
Folic Acid
Folinic Acid
Extensive Nutritional Supplementation

Please note that these medications require a prescription from a physician. To place an order contact the pharmacy directly at 1300 900 939.

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Veterinary Preparations

Your Solution Compounding Pharmacy specialise in pharmaceutical compounding for veterinary use. We strive to assistant Veterinarians with products which are individually customised as well as those which are hard to find or no longer commercially available. Our veterinary products are prepared in order to fit the dosing needs of all animal patients.

Veterinary preparations are available in various delivery forms such as flavored oral suspensions, oral solutions, transdermal gels, ophthalmics, otics, capsules, injectables, and more. There are at least 100 flavor enhancers to choose from when compounding oral suspensions. A few examples of these, which are available upon request, are chicken, beef, fish, liver, peanut butter, banana, bubble gum, butterscotch, and apple.

Below is a list of our most commonly requested veterinary items. This list is not at all inclusive as the world of compounding changes daily. The possibilities with veterinary pharmaceutical compounding are endless. Please visit our Veterinary Compounding page for an extensive information guide.

Injectable
Acetyl-D-Glucosamine
Praziquantel
Prednisone
Prednisolone Sodium Phosphate
Ketamine
Leuprolide Depot
Polyethylene Glycol
Poloxamer 407
Camphor
Estradiol
Injection Solutions (Vet-Equine)
Methylene Blue
Guaifenesin (Vet-Equine)

Ophthalmics
Betamethasone
Dexamethasone
Gentamicin
Idoxuridine
Itraconazole
Nalbuphine
Tacrolimus
Vidarabine

Otic Solutions
Ciprofloxacin
Chloramphenical

Oral Suspensions
Aminophylline
Amlodipine
Atenolol
Azathioprine
Azithromycin
Benazepril
Bethanechol
Chloramphenicol
Cimetadine
Ciprofloxacin
Digoxin
Doxycycline
Enalapril
Enrofloxacin
Fluoxetine
Furosemide
Griseofulvin
Isuprel Elixir
Hydroxyzine HCl
Methimazole
Metronidazole Benzoate
Mitotane
Neomycin / Methscopolamine
Potassium Bromide
Potassium Gluconate
Praziquantel
Pyrimethamine
T4 levothyroxine
Terbutaline
Tetracycline
Theophylline
Tramadol


Transdermal Gels
Acetyl-D-Glucosamine
Aminophylline
Amitriptyline
Atenolol
Cimetidine
Cisapride
Cyproheptadine
DES
Diazepam
Diltiazem
Doxycycline
Enalapril
Enrofloxacin
Etodolac
Famotadine
Fluoxetine
Furosemide
Gabapentin
Glipizide
Hydroxyzine HCl
Itraconazome
Ketoprofen
Methimazole
Metronidazole
Phenobarbitol
Promethazine
Terbutaline
Tramado

Oral Capsules
Amlodipine
Aminophylline
Apormorphine
Azathioprine
Amitriptyline
Atenolol
Bethanechol
Budesonide
Chlorambucil
Chloramphenicol
Clomipramine
Cisapride
DES
Diltiazem
Doxycycline
Fluoxetine
Gabapentin
K Citrate
Levamisole
Lomustine
Methimazole
Metronidazole
Mitotane
Neomycin / Methylscopolamine
Phenoxybenazamine
Piroxicam
Potassium Bromide
Praziquantel
Sulfasalazine
Ursodiol

Please note that these medications require a prescription from a physician. To place an order contact the pharmacy directly at 1300 900 939.

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Product Pick Up Locations


PharmaSave Aspley
1311 Gympie Rd
Aspley 4034


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1/6 205 leitchs Rd
Brendale 4500

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Suite 2 North Park Business Center
6 Babarra St, Stafford 4053

Your Solution Compounding
8/29 Florence St
Teneriffe 4005

Your Solution Compounding
The Corporate Centre
4/13 Norval Ct
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