Posts Tagged ‘DRUG’

Prescription for Drug Alternatives: All-Natural Options for Better Health without the Side Effects

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

James Balch and Mark Stengler, coauthors of the hugely successful Prescription for Natural Cures, and Robin Young Balch have teamed up to create the most comprehensive and up-to-date book available on natural alternatives to prescription medications. The book provides natural, safe, and effective ways to treat a wide range of common ailments, including ADHD, allergies, diabetes, depression, erectile dysfunction, eczema, heart disease, headaches, and PMS. You’ll read in-depth information, not found in any other popular book, about the pros and cons of prescription and over-the-counter drugs compared with natural treatment alternatives ranging from diet and lifestyle changes to supplements and herbal medicines.

“This book is essential reading for anyone who wants to take charge of his or her health. Read it to live long and well. “
—Hyla Cass, M.D., author of Supplement Your Prescription: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know about Nutrition

“An outstanding resource for comparing common pharmaceutical and holistic treatments.”
—Ronald M. Lawrence, M.D., coauthor of Preventing Arthritis and The Miracle of MSM

“A must-read for every person who wants to achieve better health and avoid the dangers of synthetic medications. The authors do an exceptional job by telling you everything you need to know about getting well and how to use supplements correctly and safely.”
—Suzy Cohen, R.Ph., author of The 24-Hour Pharmacist

 

Drug Allergy Medical Id Jewelry Necklace

Friday, May 10th, 2013

“Drug Allergy” engraved on the back of the pendant. In an emergency, when you might not be able to speak for yourself, a medical ID bracelet or necklace speaks for you. Symptoms of common ailments can easily be misdiagnosed. Prompt diagnosis is critical to effective treatment. A brief description of vital medical facts engraved on your medical ID ensures appropriate and timely medical care. According to a published study, half of all medical errors occur because of mistakes made upon admission or discharge from the hospital. Wearing a medical ID protects against potentially harmful medical errors. More than 95 percent of emergency responders look for a medical ID; more than 75 percent check for a medical ID immediately upon assessing the patient. If you`re wearing a medical ID, it won`t be missed. Medical IDs can eliminate trips to the hospital, reduce unnecessary hospital admissions and prevent minor emergencies from becoming major ones. Medical IDs save lives! One day, a medical ID may save you. “Drug Allergy” is engraved on the back.

Product Features

  • Necklace is 24 inches long with no clasp in chain
  • Clasp can be added or chain can be replaced by the purchaser
  • “Drug Allergy” engraved on the back of the pendant

 

Exendin-4 Diabetes Drug Molecule – 48″W x 36″H – Peel and Stick Wall Decal by Wallmonkeys

Friday, April 12th, 2013

WallMonkeys uses premium materials & state-of-the-art production technologies. Our wall graphics apply in minutes and won’t damage your paint or leave any residue behind. PLEASE double check the size of the image you are ordering prior to clicking the ‘ADD TO CART’ button. Our graphics are offered in a variety of sizes and prices.

  • WallMonkeys are intended for indoor use only.
  • Please do not wash or get the surface of your Wallmonkeys decal wet.
  • We suggest at least two people to help apply decals 48 inches or larger.
  • Your order will ship within 3 business days, often sooner. Some orders require the full 3 days to allow dark colors and inks to fully dry prior to shipping. Quality is worth waiting an extra day for!
  • Our huge selection of decals are perfect for virtually any use: school projects, trade shows, teachers classrooms, colleges, nurseries, college dorms, event planners, and corporations of all size.

    Product Features

    • Simply Peel and Stick! Remove and re-use.
    • Sticks to virtually any surface – including ceilings, bricks and concrete.
    • Can be moved again and again. No professional installation required.
    • Printed, packed, and shipped in the USA!
    • Please be sure you ordered the right size for your intended use.

     

  • Lifetime Essentials Body Detox 60 Tabs Clean and Purify Internal Systems. Healthy Formula Supports Digestion, Nutrient Transfer, Waste Processing, Metabolic Functions, Toxic Drainage, Headaches, Exhaustion, Muscle Cramps, Alzheimer, Cardiovascular Disease, Brain Disorders, Cancer. It’s Necessary to Protect Yourself From Things That Harm the Liver Such As Carbohydrates, Overeating, Drug Residues, Alcohol, Mesticides, Lack of Excercise, Digestive Issues, Allergies, Constipation, Arthritis, Diabetes, Hypertension, Obesity and Infertility. Boosts Immune System.

    Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

    A unique blend of ingredients recognized for their cleansing and detoxifying powers. Promotes your liver’s ability to filter out toxins and harmful contaminants for increased energy levels and better overall health. Each tablet contains: Calcium, Iodine, Fenugreek, Ginger, Dandelion, Fennel, Yarrow Flower, Green Tea, Hawthorn Berries, Red Clover Top, Tumeric, Red Raspberry, Skullcap, Burdock Root, Cranberry Extract, Chickweed, Papaya, Milk Thistle Seed Extract, Yellow Dock, Alfalfa, Protease, Amylase, Lipase, Cellulase and Lactase. No side effects. 100% safe. 60 tablets.

    Product Features

    • Supports Internal Detoxification
    • Helps Protect and Maintain Liver
    • Supports Metabolic Functions, Brain Disorders
    • Active Ingredients Help Combat Obesity
    • Immune System Booster

     

    Drug Muggers: Which Medications Are Robbing Your Body of Essential Nutrients–and Natural Ways to Restore Them

    Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

    Unpleasant, uncomfortable, and unexplained side effects? Drug Muggers is your side effect solution.

    Prescription and over-the-counter drugs help millions of people with devastat-ing diseases and chronic conditions. But in the process, these medications can also deplete the body’s natural stores of vitamins, minerals, and hormones—the very nutrients you need to keep energy levels high, fend off infections, and be healthy. Pharmacist Suzy Cohen calls these medications “drug muggers,” and she says it’s essential to replenish what a drug mugger steals from your body in order to feel your best and avoid side effects. Not understanding the drug-mugging effect may lead to new “diseases” and possibly catastrophic health con-sequences.
     
    You’ll discover:
    • How to relieve uncomfortable or potentially serious side effects
    • How to remain compliant with your medication and still feel well
    • Which foods and drinks to avoid if you take certain medications
    • How to install a nutrient security system with vitamins, minerals, and food choices
     
    Plus!
    • Improve your energy levels
    • Learn which minerals you need if you take heartburn medicine
    • Improve digestion and relieve constipation with a simple nutrient
    • Discover the antioxidant you must have to save your heart
    • Get your hair and nails to grow faster by replenishing nutrients
    • Find out which vitamins and minerals are the purest and highest quality
    • Learn which vitamins outperform medications in some cases
     
    Drug Muggers is an eye-opener! It reveals why you may be feeling so poorly and how to improve your well-being with affordable nutrients that are sold over the counter. You can (and will) improve the way you feel—whether or not you take medicine!

     

    OF LOVE kisses pass epigenetic pheromones in the pathogenesis of sociopathy, ‘mental illness’ and disease The Cure for Crime. The Cure for Drug Addiction. The Cure for Homosexual Perversion.

    Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

    Medical Textbook 704 references, 335 pages.
    Introduction ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” 1
    Chapter 1: Kissing “” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” 8
    Chapter 2: Parental Love of Offspring ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” 49
    Chapter 3: Chemical Characteristics of Human Pheromones ” ” ” ” 79
    Chapter 4: More about Bonding: Neglect and Abuse ” ” ” ” ” 122
    Chapter 5: Eating Disorders ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” 153
    Chapter 6: Crying Chemoreception and Love ” ” ” ” ” ” ” 161
    Chapter 7: Human Pheromone Transduction ” ” ” ” ” ” ” 200
    Chapter 8: Pheromone Reception & Disease ” ” ” ” ” ” ” 242
    Chapter 9: Pheromone Control of Crime, Drug Addiction, & Sexual Perversion ” 284
    Chapter 10: Atherosclerosis ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” 295
    Chapter 11: The Function of Myelin ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” 316
    Chapter 12: The Future ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” 329

    OF LOVE is a great advance of medicine. This text establishes the medical field of exocrinology.  Artificial manipulation of human pheromone exposures cure criminal behavior, drug addiction, homosexual perversion, and Alzheimer’s disease are provided.   Treatments are suggested for suicide, post traumatic stress disorder, physical child abuse, sexual child abuse, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, sudden infant death syndrome, blighted ovum, birth defects, obesity, infertility, borderline personality disorder, dic, diabetes, arthritis, depression, ankylosing spondylitis, asthma, latah, obsessive compulsive disorder, phobias, Giles de la Tourette’s syndrome, gambling addiction, divorce, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, cystic fibrosis, eclampsia, pre-eclampsia, premature labor, violence, and atherosclerosis.

     

    MemoCharts Pharmacology: Diabetes Mellitus and Its Drug Therapy (Review chart)

    Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

    An integrated minireview of diabetes mellitus and its drug therapy, illustrated with visually appealing tables and diagrams. A quick visual aid for the course study and board review

     

    Diabetes Mellitus: Expert Drug Therapy Video Series

    Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

    Get vital information about how drugs work for your patients with diabetes mellitus, DKA, HHNK syndrome, and other complications¡Xduring immediate and continuing treatment. Know exactly what their actions mean to your nursing care before, during, and after drug therapy. In just 30 minutes, you’ll learn: „h how glucagon converts hepatic stores of glycogen into glucose „h how insulin attaches to receptors on cell membranes, allowing glucose to enter cells and provide energy for metabolism „h how a rapid drop in your hyperglycemic patient’s blood glucose level can cause cerebral edema „h how sulfonylureas lower the blood glucose level by causing beta cells to produce more insulin „h how gemfibrozil increases the activity of lipoprotein lipase, which helps prevent atherosclerosis (a macrovascular diabetic complication) by removing triglycerides from chylomicrons and VLDLs in the blood „h why repaglinide must be administered 15 to 30 minutes before meals

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    Photographic Print of Rosiglitazone diabetes drug molecule from Science Photo Library

    Friday, October 12th, 2012

    10 x8 Print showing Rosiglitazone diabetes drug molecule. Rosiglitazone diabetes drug, molecular model. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour- coded carbon (light blue), hydrogen (gold), oxygen (red), nitrogen (dark blue) and sulphur (yellow). Rosiglitazone, which is marketed under the name Avandia, belongs to a group of drugs known as thiazolidinediones that are used to treat type II diabetes. Rosiglitazone controls blood sugar

    Product Features

    • PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINT This 10 x8 Print features an image of Rosiglitazone diabetes drug molecule chosen by Science Photo Library. Estimated image size 254x155mm.
    • High quality RA4 prints. Printed on Kodak Endura and Edge papers. Size refers to paper used
    • For any queries regarding this image of Rosiglitazone diabetes drug molecule please contact Science Photo Library c/o Media Storehouse quoting Media Reference 6275221
    • Image of Rosiglitazone diabetes drug molecule is supplied by Science Photo Library. © Dr Mark J. Winter/science Photo Library
    • Image Description: Rosiglitazone diabetes drug molecule. Rosiglitazone diabetes drug, molecular model. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour- coded carbon (light blue), hydrogen (gold), oxygen (red), nitrogen (dark blue) and sulphur (yellow). Rosiglitazone, which is marketed under the name Avandia, belongs to a group of drugs known as thiazolidinediones that are used to treat type II diabetes. Rosiglitazone controls blood sugar levels by reducing the production and secretion of glucose

     

    Photo Jigsaw Puzzle of Vildagliptin diabetes drug molecule from Science Photo Library

    Friday, October 12th, 2012

    Photo Puzzle showing Vildagliptin diabetes drug molecule. Vildagliptin diabetes drug molecule, computer model. Vildagliptin, which is marketed as Galvus by Novartis, belongs to the dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) inhibitor class of drugs. It works to reduces hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) in type II diabetes, by inhibiting the inactivation of the hormones GLP-1 and GIP. This results in the secretion of insulin (the hormone that regulates

    Product Features

    • PHOTO JIGSAW PUZZLE This Photo Puzzle features a cropped image of Vildagliptin diabetes drug molecule chosen by Science Photo Library. Estimated image size 356x254mm.
    • 10×14 Photo Puzzle with 252 pieces. Packed in black cardboard box of dimensions 5 5/8 x 7 5/8 x 1 1/5. Puzzle image 5×7 affixed to box top. Puzzle pieces printed on RA4 paper at 300 dpi
    • For any queries regarding this image of Vildagliptin diabetes drug molecule please contact Science Photo Library c/o Media Storehouse quoting Media Reference 6275315
    • Image of Vildagliptin diabetes drug molecule is supplied by Science Photo Library. © Dr Tim Evans/science Photo Library
    • Image Description: Vildagliptin diabetes drug molecule. Vildagliptin diabetes drug molecule, computer model. Vildagliptin, which is marketed as Galvus by Novartis, belongs to the dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) inhibitor class of drugs. It works to reduces hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) in type II diabetes, by inhibiting the inactivation of the hormones GLP-1 and GIP. This results in the secretion of insulin (the hormone that regulates blood glucose levels) in the beta cells and the suppression

     

    Drug Allergy Medical Id Jewelry Bracelet

    Thursday, October 11th, 2012

    “Drug Allergy” engraved on the back of the pendant. In an emergency, when you might not be able to speak for yourself, a medical ID bracelet or necklace speaks for you. Symptoms of common ailments can easily be misdiagnosed. Prompt diagnosis is critical to effective treatment. A brief description of vital medical facts engraved on your medical ID ensures appropriate and timely medical care. According to a published study, half of all medical errors occur because of mistakes made upon admission or discharge from the hospital. Wearing a medical ID protects against potentially harmful medical errors. More than 95 percent of emergency responders look for a medical ID; more than 75 percent check for a medical ID immediately upon assessing the patient. If you`re wearing a medical ID, it won`t be missed. Medical IDs can eliminate trips to the hospital, reduce unnecessary hospital admissions and prevent minor emergencies from becoming major ones. Medical IDs save lives! One day, a medical ID may save you. “Drug Allergy” is engraved on the back.

    Product Features

    • Bracelet is approximately 8 inches in length
    • Links can be removed to make the bracelet smaller
    • “Drug Allergy” engraved on the back of the pendant
    • Includes a clasp

     

    Photo Jigsaw Puzzle of Pioglitazone diabetes drug molecule from Science Photo Library

    Thursday, September 27th, 2012

    Photo Puzzle showing Pioglitazone diabetes drug molecule. Pioglitazone diabetes drug, molecular model. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded carbon (light blue), hydrogen (gold), oxygen (red), nitrogen (dark blue) and sulphur (yellow). Pioglitazone, which is marketed under the name Actos, belongs to a group of drugs known as thiazolidinediones that are used to treat type II diabetes. Pioglitazone controls blood sugar levels

    Product Features

    • PHOTO JIGSAW PUZZLE This Photo Puzzle features a cropped image of Pioglitazone diabetes drug molecule chosen by Science Photo Library. Estimated image size 356x254mm.
    • 10×14 Photo Puzzle with 252 pieces. Packed in black cardboard box of dimensions 5 5/8 x 7 5/8 x 1 1/5. Puzzle image 5×7 affixed to box top. Puzzle pieces printed on RA4 paper at 300 dpi
    • Image Description: Pioglitazone diabetes drug molecule. Pioglitazone diabetes drug, molecular model. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded carbon (light blue), hydrogen (gold), oxygen (red), nitrogen (dark blue) and sulphur (yellow). Pioglitazone, which is marketed under the name Actos, belongs to a group of drugs known as thiazolidinediones that are used to treat type II diabetes. Pioglitazone controls blood sugar levels by reducing the production and secretion of glucose by
    • For any queries regarding this image of Pioglitazone diabetes drug molecule please contact Science Photo Library c/o Media Storehouse quoting Media Reference 6275327
    • Image of Pioglitazone diabetes drug molecule is supplied by Science Photo Library. © Dr Mark J. Winter/science Photo Library

     

    NIK Drug Test Kit – A General, Marquis Reagent (Box of 10)

    Monday, September 17th, 2012

    The NIK System of Narcotics Identification was developed as a means of rapidly screening and presumptively identifying substances suspected of being illegal drugs. Designed to be a completely self-contained system, each test provides all necessary elements to perform chemical colorimetric tests for commonly known and frequently abused narcotics and dangerous drugs. Marquis Reagent is a primary general screening test for the presumptive identification of Opiates (Morphine, Codeine or Heroin), Demerol, Black Tar, Amphetamine-type compounds including Methamphetamine & Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA or Ecstacy), Amphetamines and as a general screening agent for other drugs.

    Product Features

    • Rapidly identifies substances suspected of being illegal drugs
    • Can presumptively identify major drugs of abuse

     

    AARP Diabetes Drug Alternatives: All-Natural Options for Better Health without the Side Effects

    Sunday, September 16th, 2012

    AARP Digital Editions offer you practical tips, proven solutions, and expert guidance. James Balch and Mark Stengler, coauthors of the hugely successful Prescription for Natural Cures, and Robin Young Balch have teamed up to create the most comprehensive and up-to-date book available on natural alternatives to prescription medications. The book provides natural, safe, and effective ways to treat diabetes. You’ll read in-depth information, not found in any other popular book, about the pros and cons of prescription and over-the-counter drugs compared with natural treatment alternatives ranging from diet and lifestyle changes to supplements and herbal medicines.

    “This book is essential reading for anyone who wants to take charge of his or her health. Read it to live long and well.”
    Hyla Cass, M.D., author of Supplement Your Prescription: What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know about Nutrition

    “An outstanding resource for comparing common pharmaceutical and holistic treatments.”
    Ronald M. Lawrence, M.D., coauthor of Preventing Arthritis and The Miracle of MSM

    “A must-read for every person who wants to achieve better health and avoid the dangers of synthetic medications. The authors do an exceptional job by telling you everything you need to know about getting well and how to use supplements correctly and safely.”
    Suzy Cohen, R.Ph., author of The 24-Hour Pharmacist

     

    Photo Jigsaw Puzzle of Rosiglitazone diabetes drug molecule from Science Photo Library

    Sunday, September 16th, 2012

    Photo Puzzle showing Rosiglitazone diabetes drug molecule. Rosiglitazone diabetes drug, molecular model. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour- coded carbon (light blue), hydrogen (gold), oxygen (red), nitrogen (dark blue) and sulphur (yellow). Rosiglitazone, which is marketed under the name Avandia, belongs to a group of drugs known as thiazolidinediones that are used to treat type II diabetes. Rosiglitazone controls blood sugar

    Product Features

    • PHOTO JIGSAW PUZZLE This Photo Puzzle features a cropped image of Rosiglitazone diabetes drug molecule chosen by Science Photo Library. Estimated image size 356x254mm.
    • 10×14 Photo Puzzle with 252 pieces. Packed in black cardboard box of dimensions 5 5/8 x 7 5/8 x 1 1/5. Puzzle image 5×7 affixed to box top. Puzzle pieces printed on RA4 paper at 300 dpi
    • For any queries regarding this image of Rosiglitazone diabetes drug molecule please contact Science Photo Library c/o Media Storehouse quoting Media Reference 6275221
    • Image of Rosiglitazone diabetes drug molecule is supplied by Science Photo Library. © Dr Mark J. Winter/science Photo Library
    • Image Description: Rosiglitazone diabetes drug molecule. Rosiglitazone diabetes drug, molecular model. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour- coded carbon (light blue), hydrogen (gold), oxygen (red), nitrogen (dark blue) and sulphur (yellow). Rosiglitazone, which is marketed under the name Avandia, belongs to a group of drugs known as thiazolidinediones that are used to treat type II diabetes. Rosiglitazone controls blood sugar levels by reducing the production and secretion of glucose

     

    Alcohol and Hormones (DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE REVIEWS)

    Monday, September 3rd, 2012

    In Alcohol and Hormones, leading researchers concisely review what is known about each human hormone system and how these systems are affected by alcohol use, to a lesser extent, other drugs of abuse. The contributors show clearly just how the body is regulated and how its normal functioning can be changed by alcohol. Major topics covered range from alcohol-stress interactions and the effects of alcohol on vitamin A metabolism (fetal alcohol syndrome and neural tube development) to how alcohol blocks the release of various peptide hormones, to its effects on puberty-related events in the female. There are also articles about how alcohol affects the control of body temperature, the impact of alcohol on male sexual development during puberty, the role of TRH in alcohol use disorders, and the possibility for a neuroendocrinological component in alcoholism. Alcohol and Hormones will be of interest to biomedical and alcohol researchers, neurobiologists, endocrinologists, pharmacologists, psychiatrists, and some clinicians interested in a deeper understanding of the effects of alcohol on the body.