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Monthly Archives: March 2016

Ask Larry: Supplement instead of a Statin?

Ask Larry: Your Question: Do you sell any supplements that you recommend for people who do not want to take the statin drugs, but have cholesterol issues? My father-in-law took something that worked well for him. I have heard not to worry about the numbers, but I thought a supplement is worth a try. Larry’s […] The post Ask Larry: Supplement instead of a Statin? appeared first on The Compounder. Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn

Ask Larry: Supplement instead of a Statin?

Ask Larry: Your Question: Do you sell any supplements that you recommend for people who do not want to take the statin drugs, but have cholesterol issues? My father-in-law took something that worked well for him. I have heard not to worry about the numbers, but I thought a supplement is worth a try. Larry’s Response: We live in a world where we feel the need to “take something” to counteract whatever problems may arise. Continue Reading

LDN for pets?

LDN (Low Dose Naltrexone) helps many people control or overcome their health issues, especially those associated with inflammation. Tiny doses taken daily at bedtime relieve MS symptoms, reduce arthritis pain, control incontinence, reduce symptoms associated with Irritable Bowel Disease, minimize skin eruptions associated with psoriasis, and a wide range of other health problems, including Lyme Disease. The drug is safe in the doses used; usually in the 3.0 mg to 4.5 mg range. While there Continue Reading