Most readers will be familiar with the retail pharmacist. Throughout their lives, they will have been ill and it would have been quite usual for their doctors to have prescribed a dosage. The prescription was passed over to the pharmacist who swiftly got to work. While you waited patiently at his counter, he went to the back to prepare your prescribed dosage. And all so quick, neat and square, with the added advantage that you could always bill it to your medical plan.
As most readers will know, prescribed and even over the counter medication because more expensive every year. And let it be said that these do not always work. There can never be any guarantees, and sad to be saying it at this time, but side effects are always guaranteed. This is going so much against the grain of helping people to become healthy and well. Speaking of which. Speaking well of the concept.
In the interests of boosting health and wellness outcomes for all and sundry, your national compounding pharmacy will now be bypassing your medical practitioner to a degree. Who better to turn to on just which medications are appropriate to certain conditions, illnesses and diseases. Pharmaceutical agencies have pleasingly taken it upon themselves to research and develop even further the alternatives.
Where conventional prescribed medications failed and did harm, pharmacists and their pharmaceutical company collaborators have recognized that natural alternatives are well worth developing further and made more accessible to the still-unwitting public. It is nice to read that there is a new swing away from using jargonized language to confuse the issue. Responsible pharmacists spell it out in layman’s terms.
Whether you need something for your hormones or the migraine, you know where you stand.