Posts Tagged ‘compounding’

Cetyl Myristoleate (CMO) for Joint Pain

Cetyl Myristoleate (CMO) [pronounced: sée-til  mee-ris-tóe-lee-ate] is a cetylated fatty acid patients may use topically or orally for osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and relief of various types of back and joint pain. CMO has been shown to manage arthritic symptoms in patients with osteoarthritis. A specific blend of cetylated fatty acids that include CMO, as well…

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Glutathione: A Radical Approach in Lyme Disease

Glutathione: A Radical Approach in Lyme Disease When thinking of strategies to treat Lyme disease and manage Lyme symptoms, many treatment modalities come to mind. Long term antibiotics, daily multivitamins, and Vitamin B12 along with low dose naltrexone are current treatment options that have been shown to help with the treatment of the disease and…

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Low Dose Naltrexone in Lyme Patients

Lyme disease is a growing epidemic on the Eastern Shore. When it is not treated early, the standard treatment protocols may fail in curing the patient of all symptoms. More and more patients complain of persistent symptoms years and years after being treated, termed, Chronic Lyme Disease. More and more doctors are looking to treatments…

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