Archive for March, 2009
Oil of oregano has been around for several years, yet its ubiquity in pharmacies makes it worthy of scrutiny. Is there any plausible science to support the claims made about oil of oregano? Does it belong in pharmacies that offer medicines that are based on good science?
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Tags: antibiotics, cancer, herbals, oregano, pharmacy practice
The interest in bioidentical hormone therapy (BHT) has seemingly exploded of late, due in part to celebrity books and daytime television discussion. Suzanne Somers, author of multiple books on BHT, recently made her case for BHT on Oprah. According to Somers, BHT is a veritable “juice of life“; appropriate for women from their twenties right […]
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Tags: bhrt, bioidentical, bioidenticals, cbc, estrogen, hormone, hrt, pharmacy compounding, pharmacy practice, pharmacy regulation, progesterone, suzanne somers