What is the different between Compounding pharmacy and regular pharmacy?

Ans: Most prescriptions are filled in neighborhood retail pharmacies that can be found in shopping centers and on corners. Retail pharmacies have a pharmacist on staff to fill prescriptions and dispense over-the-counter drugs, vitamins, and related products. Specific dosages and versions of the medications are manufactured for commercial use. Compounding pharmacies approach medicine individually whereas retail pharmacies employ a one-size-fits-all strategy. These pharmacies use basic components to make medications. Drug compounding offers versatility and is advantageous in a number of ways.

Is it possible we get the same drug in different forms?

Ans: Since retail shops sell mass-produced medicines, the form cannot be changed. Only regular formulations of the medicine are available to the patient. There are situations where the patient would benefit from a drug’s composition being changed. A toddler, for instance, could require the prescription in liquid form rather than pill form. The drug can occasionally induce allergic reactions when used orally. Compound pharmacy can help with that. When necessary, a compound pharmacist can change a medication’s form into a liquid, chewable, powder, suppository, or topical one.

Where are your ingredients sources from?

Ans: We source all our products from FDA-registered suppliers.

How to make order?

Ans: You can make order via Shopee or Lazada.