Adrenal Fatigue – The Stress is Killing Me!

Is this the latest buzz word in the naturopathic community? What exactly does this mean? Why doesn’t  my “regular” doctor look for this? If I have this, how can I heal? These are all legitimate questions that I will try to answer. It’s a buzz word!?: There are lots of different names for Adrenal Fatigue […]

Pre and Pro-Biotics – Bacteria for Brunch?

So let’s start at the beginning: Our gut.  Our intestines are known as our second brain.  It contains neurotransmitters, like serotonin, just like the brain, and is very reactive to our emotions.  Our gut also controls what goes in and out of our bodies.  This means that our intestines not only control the nutrition entering […]

The Media Catches a Clue… And, Naturally, Comes to the WRONG Conclusion

Recently, CBS News posted an investigative report about a TELEMARKETING SCAM.  Yes, yelling capital letters on the word “Telemarketing.”  The original story can be found here, but here’s the breakdown.  A telemarketing company has been calling people over the phone and asking whether they are in pain and whether they think this requires medications or […]

The FDA vs. Compounding Pharmacies: a Case of Blinders and Bias

All of you who follow our page have been impacted by our compounding pharmacy or are curious about what compounding can provide to you.  Let me first define what compounding is.  Compounding is making small batches of medication for personalized care for their patients.  When you bring us your prescription we make it for YOU. […]

Magnesium and Diabetes: Delicious Treatment

Recently an article was posted on WorldHealth.net on preventing Type II Diabetes with increased magnesium intake.  You can read the short article here.  Four medical journal articles on the subject have been published in Diabetes Care (a medical journal funded by the American Diabetes Association) on the subject, including a Meta-Analysis (a study made up of […]

What is Low Dose Naltrexone Treatment, What Can It Do For You, and What Can You Do For Research?

This is a blog we posted around 2011.  We are trying to get the word out about this treatment and help fuel research.  Please read and follow the links and YouTube video below!  Thank you so much! Your’s In Health, Mixtures Pharmacy Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is a much smaller dose of naltrexone than what […]

What is Sugar? by PharmD Candidate V. Chyan

Overview          Carbohydrates, or sugars, are made up of molecules that are known as monosaccharides (mono=one, saccharide= sugar compound). These monosaccharides are simple sugars and consist of glucose, fructose, and galactose. The 3 molecules are the building blocks of carbohydrates. Glucose can be found in a variety of food and fruits and is primarily used in […]

Yeast Infections: Treatments and Prevention by Student Guest Blogger

If you’ve ever experienced the uncomfortable symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection, you’re not alone: approximately 75% of all women will experience at least one episode throughout their lifetime, and 40-50% of them will have at least one recurrence.  Yeast infections are one of the most common vaginal infections, particularly in women of childbearing age. […]