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Do you know what your testosterone levels are?

May 11th, 2016 in category Creating Wellness
by Mary-louise Condon BPharm ABAAHP
A Healthy Testosterone Level In Males Makes You Live Longer & Enjoy Life
Recent results published this year by Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in America proved that not only correcting testosterone efficiency can help you live longer but can prevent further heart disease. Click here for more information. 
Do you know what your testosterone levels are? Do you have these symptoms?

- Baldness
- Tiredness
- Decreased Muscle Mass
- Low Libido
- Decreased energy 

Lets talk about boosting your Testosterone Levels Naturally. Here are 9 ways to do:
  1. Lose Weight
  2. High-Intensity Exercise like Peak Fitness (Especially Combined with Intermittent Fasting)
  3. Consume Plenty of Zinc.
  4. Strength Training.
  5. Optimize Your Vitamin D Levels.
  6. Reduce Stress.
  7. Limit or Eliminate Sugar from Your Diet- Chromium 100 Capsules  
  8. Eat Healthy Fats.
  9. Start hormone support therapy if you level is in the lower 1/4 area-Testo Support Cream 50mg
What Can The Compounding Lab Do For You?

Zinc Plus 50 Caps For Men- $39.99 


Boron 3mg 100 Caps- $49.99 

Testo Support Cream- 50g- $89.99


July 23rd, 2015 in category Creating Wellness
by Mary-louise Condon BPharm ABAAHP


Containing Vitamin C (250mg), Zinc (15mg), Vitamin A (1000 IU), Selenium (100 MCG)

A few benefits include: 
  • Health promotion
  • Disease prevention
  • Antioxidant boost
  • Reduce cellular DNA damage that is the vital first step in cancer initiation and also reduce the inflammatory changes that allow a malignant cell to grow into a dangerous tumour.
  • Help avert or shorten the duration of common colds and may mitigate the risk of serious respiratory conditions like asthma
  • Can speed the clearance of the stomach disease-causing bacterium Helicobacter pylori and cut the risk of gastric cancer it causes.
  • Improve Athletic Performance
  • Support Reproductive System
  • Improve Cardiovascular Health
  • Improve Sleep & Energy Levels
  • Boost Brain Performance 
- BioActive Capsules- 100 Caps- $49.99


July 23rd, 2015 in category Creating Wellness
by Mary-louise Condon BPharm ABAAHP
We've Got Solutions for HALITOSIS 
Halitosis (bad breath) is mostly caused by sulphur-producing bacteria that normally live on the surface of the tongue and in the throat. These bacteria start to break down proteins at a very high rate and odorous volatile sulphur compounds (VSC) are released from the back of the tongue and throat.

Apart from the sulphur-producing bacteria that colonise the back of the tongue, the other major causes of halitosis are:
  • Dental factors – such as periodontitis (infection around the teeth) or poor oral hygiene
  • Dry mouth – caused by medicines, alcohol, stress or a medical condition
  • Smoking – which starves the mouth of oxygen.
Less common causes of halitosis include:
  • Acid and bile reflux from the stomach
  • Post-nasal discharge – for example, due to chronic sinusitis
  • Kidney failure, various carcinomas, metabolic dysfunctions, and biochemical disorders, together account for only a very small percentage of halitosis suffers
  • Foods - such as onions, garlic or cauliflower, which induce certain odours. However, these effects are only short-lived.
What Can The Compounding Lab Do For You?

-  Chlorophyllin 0.2% Mouthwash 200ml - $54.99
Why should you choose us?

We have been compounding for over fifteen years. We are Local in Albion (Brisbane), we can do a 24 hour turnaround for patient convenience and can remove prices.
We would love for one of our dental representatives to drop in and show your dentist a sample.  Please reply with a time and date that would suit by emailing or call us on 3862 6000.

Please refer to our website for more information about how we can help with dental compounding

Why Low Dose Naltrexone is so important to help reduce inflammation and improve quality of life?

February 16th, 2015 in category Creating Wellness
by Mary-louise Condon

What is low-dose naltrexone (LDN) and why is it important?

According to this information, the brief blockade of opioid (endorphin) receptors that is caused by taking LDN at bedtime each night is believed to produce a prolonged up-regulation of vital elements of the immune system by causing an increase in endorphin production. Normal volunteers who have taken LDN in this fashion have been found to have much higher levels of beta-endorphins circulating in their blood in the following days. It is believed that the endorphins act to increase natural killer cells and other healthy immune defenses against cancer and reduce inflammation.


Can Pyroluria Symptoms can depend on your Methylation?

December 16th, 2014 in category Creating Wellness
by Mary-louise Condon

Can Pyroluria Symptoms can depend on your Methylation?

The Methylation Cycle is a very complex biochemical pathway that manage a wide range of  bodily functions. The functions that are commonly seen affected are  Detoxification,  Maintaining Immune function , Maintaining Cellular energy, Improving  mood balance - improving  serotonin and Controlling inflammation.

 Symptoms often seen when the Methylation process isnt working well are  fatigue, depression, obsessive and  compulsive and addictive type personalities, good tolerance of cold, poor tolerance of heat, unexplained nausea, poor pain tolerance, excess/abundant saliva in mouth, hyperactivity, frequent colds/flu, phobias, highly motivated and hard-driving personality, good creativity/imagination, high libido, joint pain/swelling/stiffness, excess perspiration and warm skin.

To test for  methylation we measure  histamine  and look for high homocysteine levels as they also indicate undermethylation. It is common for suffers to also have low copper levels as copper is part of the enzyme histaminase which is involved in the metabolism of histamine. Copper should also be tested by  serum ceruloplasmin.

MTHFR gene mutations may also effect methylation rates . A MTHFR gene blood test is available to see if you have hetrozygous or homozygous gene expressions.

Treatment options are tailored to the type of methylation status. Firstly as a patine you need to run several blood tests and do a pyrrole urine test to see the extent of the Methylation, then  treatment involves a combination of nutrients. These include methylcobalamin (methyl-B12), methylfolate (5-MTHF)and pyridoxyl-5-phosphate (P5P), Zinc, Vitamin C, Magnesium and B6. A methyl donor such as Methionione, Trimethylglycine or SAMe can also be used in an undermethylator .

Undermethylation can induce depression suffers and in these patients  should avoid folic acid  as it can further reduce serotonin levels even though it can assist with methylation. Manganese, copper, DMAE and choline may also worsen depression symptoms and thus should also be avoided in depressive cases. If undermethylators cooperate with treatment and works to give up detrimental addictions, the prognosis is good with improvement usually noted in 4-8 weeks with about 3-6 months needed to correct this chemical imbalance.

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Is Vitamin B12 really a growing deficiency?

October 9th, 2014 in category Creating Wellness
by Mary-Lousie Condon

Is Vitamin B12 really The Growing Deficiency ?



So we are all unique with our own DNA: Biochemical Individuality and Pyrrole

September 24th, 2014 in category Creating Wellness
by Dr William Walsh

Biochemical Individuality and Nutrition

By William J. Walsh, PhD

Each of us has innate biochemical factors which influence personality, behavior, mental health, immune function, allergic tendencies, etc. Scientists tell us that the number of different genetic combinations possible in a child from the same two parents exceeds 42 million. It's interesting to note that we do not possess a combination of characteristics from our parents, but instead have a diverse collection of characteristics from many ancestors on both sides of the family.

Oestrogen Trends

July 24th, 2014 in category Creating Wellness

Top Compounded Formulas used by Podiatrists

July 24th, 2014 in category Creating Wellness
by Mary-louise Condon

Top Compounded Formulas used by Podiatrists

Great preparations used by  Podiatrists for their patients that work.

Decubitus ulcers

Transdermal anti-inflammatory agents

Treating calluses Skin softeners & moisturizers

Transdermal treatments for neuropathy

Keratinolytic agents

Wound Care Plantar fasciitis (Heel Spurs)

Anti-fungal foot powders

High strength Muscle & joint pain