We are dedicated to providing you with the best services including free
home medication delivery, med sync, competitive pricing, and non-sterile compounding.
If you need your prescriptions mailed, just provide us with an address and we’ll take care of the rest. Now, you can not only reach us on the main floor of the same medical building where you see your doctor, but you also have the option to get free delivery from any of our three locations.
We offer competitive pricing so that you can still get medication at great cash pricing even if you do not have insurance. We also offer price matching that lets you save money. If you have any questions about the cost of a medication, just contact us and we will take all the necessary steps to ensure that you get the
best price possible.
We utilize medication therapy management to counter depletion. 70% of Americans take one or more prescription medications. Every medication slowly depletes essential vitamins and minerals from your body. This can be a cause of great concern seeing as how many Americans suffer from low levels of vitamins and minerals from a poor diet…
There are some medications that can cause your body to lose important nutrients. For example:
It’s important to note that not everyone who takes these medications will experience nutrient depletion, and the extent of depletion may vary depending on the individual and the medication. However, it’s still important for individuals taking these medications to be aware of the potential nutrient depletions and to talk to their healthcare provider about ways to address any deficiencies.
Drug-induced nutrient depletion can have negative effects on your health, as nutrients play important roles in many bodily functions. Here are some examples of how nutrient depletion can affect your health:
These are just a few examples of how nutrient depletion can affect your health. The extent of the effects will depend on the individual and the severity and duration of the nutrient deficiency.
Symptoms of nutrient depletion can vary depending on the deficient nutrient. However, some general signs that you may be experiencing nutrient depletion while taking medications include:
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms while taking medication, it’s important to talk to your healthcare provider.