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PARTNERING WITH PROVIDERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY SINCE 2001!

Your patients have been asking you about bio-identical hormones. Not sure where to start? We have answers! With over 70 years of pharmacist experience on our team, we can partner with you to provide the best solutions and care for your patients.

1. Commitment to Quality and Safety

  • Internal and external testing of our preparations
  • Robotics utilizing bar-code technology to ensure accuracy
  • PCAB-Accredited
  • Dedicated pharmacist in laboratory supervising compounding processes
  • 1600-square foot laboratory with state-of-the-art equipment

2. Educated and Service-Oriented Staff

  • Technicians work with guests to ensure compliance and anticipate needs
  • In addition to continuing education required by the state, each staff member is committed to continuing education, continually reading up on natural health and remaining abreast of the Hotze treatment regimen.
  • Company culture of hospitality and guest service
  • Compounding technicians and pharmacists attend formal compounding training courses annually
  • Actively involved in legislative and public service issues to protect the practice of compounding pharmacy and medicine

3. Customized Solutions for Your Patients

  • Lactose-free oral capsules
  • Slow-release oral capsules
  • Sublingual tablets
  • Paraben-free topical creams
  • Paraben-free vaginal creams
  • Multiple strengths tailored to your patients’ needs
  • Bio-identical hormones, oxytocin, melatonin, methyl-B, and advanced skincare line available

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