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anti aging ultra creamRead more
The ingredients in Face Renewal Cream may help to strengthen collagen while smoothing skin for a more youthful appearance. As levels of vitamin C in skin decline with age7 replenishing levels directly in the skin may help combat collagen degradation and oxidative stress.
Bi-Mix InjectionRead more
Papaverine HCl 30 mg/mL, Phentolamine Mesylate 1 mg/mL. 5 mL Vial. Lyophilized.
Papaverine HCl 30 mg/mL, Phentolamine Mesylate 2 mg/mL. 5 mL Vial. Lyophilized.
BLT Cream (Benzocaine/Lidocaine/Tetracaine)Read more
Benzocaine topical is used to reduce pain or discomfort caused by minor skin irritations, sore throat, sunburn, vaginal or rectal irritation, ingrown toenails, hemorrhoids, and many other sources of minor pain on a surface of the body.
CBD Oils, Creams etc.Read more
A CBD topical is any cream, lotion, or salve that’s infused with CBD and can be applied directly to the skin. While research on CBD is still in its early stages, the little we do know about CBD topicals is promising.
Co Q-10Read more
Although CoQ10 plays a key role in the body, most healthy people have enough CoQ10 naturally. There is some evidence that adding more — in the form of CoQ10 supplements — may be beneficial. Increasing age and some medical conditions are associated with dropping levels of CoQ10. But in these cases, it’s uncertain that adding CoQ10 will have an effect.
Cypionate Grapeseed OilRead more
Testosterone cypionate and enanthate are the most common esters prescribed in the US. Both esters became available for use during the 1950s and have been the most popular options for injection therapy since. Both are similar in release and require a minimum of one injection per week to maintain serum testosterone levels. Cypionate and enanthate can be administered in more frequent subcutaneous injections (2-3 injections per week) which is preferred by some patients who want more stable levels with fewer peaks.Testosterone cypionate releases testosterone over 8 days with small amounts remaining for up to two weeks. Injections are usually administered every 3-4 days or every 7 days.
Dutasteride CapsulesRead more
Dutasteride is used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) in men with an enlarged prostate. Dutasteride helps improve urinary flow and may also reduce your need for prostate surgery later on.
Finasteride TabletsRead more
Finasteride blocks the action of an enzyme called 5-alpha-reductase. This enzyme changes testosterone to another hormone that causes the prostate to grow or hair loss in males. It will increase testosterone levels in the body, which decreases prostate size and increases hair growth on the scalp.
Hair Restore Ultra Scalp SolutionRead more
Due to its potency and adverse reactions, oral minoxidil is used mainly for patients with severe, drug-resistant forms of hypertension. Tolerance to prolonged therapy with oral minoxidil does not appear to be a problem. Although the oral dosage form was originally approved in October 1979 for use in hypertension, minoxidil was first discovered in 1965. In August 1988 the topical formulation was approved for of alopecia. After declining Upjohn permission to market topical minoxidil as a non-prescription drug in July 1994, the 2% topical solution was subsequently approved for over-the-counter use in men with alopecia in February 1996. In September 1996, Pharmacia and Upjohn petitioned the FDA to increase the topical solution formulation from 2% to 5%; the higher-strength solution has been shown to elicit a more rapid hair growth response (8 weeks vs. 16 weeks) and to regrow an average of 45% more hair than Rogaine Regular Strength.
Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate CapsulesRead more
The decision to stop hydroxychloroquine’s use in the Solidarity trial does not apply to the use or evaluation of hydroxychloroquine in pre or post-exposure prophylaxis in patients exposed to COVID-19.
Latanoprost (Extra strength LF Foam)Read more
This topical foam includes a combination of Finasteride and Latanoprost. Finasteride (popularly known as the active ingredient in Propecia), is a medication commonly prescribed for the treatment of male pattern baldness.
Melatonin 20 mgRead more
Melatonin is a hormone made by the pineal gland. That’s a pea-sized gland found just above the middle of your brain. It helps your body know when it’s time to sleep and wake up. Normally, your body makes more melatonin at night. Levels usually start to go up in the evening once the sun sets
Omega 3 Fish OilRead more
LC omega-3s are present in several dietary supplement formulations, including fish oil, krill oil, cod liver oil, and vegetarian products that contain algal oil. A typical fish oil supplement provides about 1,000 mg fish oil, containing 180 mg EPA and 120 mg DHA, but doses vary widely .
Oxytocin Nasal SprayRead more
Oxytocin is released during intercourse in both men and women, which has led to the belief that it is involved in sexual bonding.
Oxytocin ODT 15ccRead more
Oxytocin is indicated during pregnancy to induce labor; it precipitates uterine contractions and abortion.Endogenous oxytocin is involved in the process of lactation and therefore, oxytocin has been used in mothers having difficulty with engorgement and breast-feeding. Because several small studies have failed to show a beneficial effect, oxytocin is not used for this indication. Oxytocin is excreted in the breast-milk, but is not expected to have adverse effects in the infant.
Phentermine HLC CapsulesRead more
Phentermine is used as part of a short-term plan, along with a low calorie diet, for weight reduction. It is used in obese patients who have not been able to lose weight with diet and exercise alone. Phentermine belongs to the group of medicines known as appetite suppressants.