Ketamine Nasal Spray for Depression

There has been quite a bit of buzz surrounding the medication Ketamine and it’s potential use in treating depression, especially for patients with treatment resistant depression (TRD). Recently, a new drug was approved by the FDA in the United States speficially for this reason – Spravato. Spravato is actually a specific form of Ketamine called Esketamine.It’s a nasal spray that is taken along with a traditional antidepressant pill. Many patients have found that using Ketamine (in low doses) as a nasal spray has been a helpful way to manage their depression symptoms. Trinova Health offers a compounded Ketamine nasal spray that can be self-administered under the direction and supervision of your doctor. We have had several patients and physicians report beneficial results when using this nasal spray, and it can be a helpful option to use for those who have difficulty in controlling depressive symptoms with standard therapies. We also offer a Ketamine troche (dissolvable lozenge) for patients who don’t wish to use a nasal spray. Ketamine nasal spray, when self-administered, is very affordable. Until now, many patients desiring to try Ketamine treatment have needed to go to a special clinic to receive the medication by an IV, which can be hundreds or even thousands of dollars per visit. It’s important to remember that Ketamine is a controlled substance, which means that it has the potential to be addictive. It also hasn’t been studied yet in those under the age of 18. It’s important to discuss the potential benefits and risks with your doctor before starting any new medication. Additional Information Ketamine for major depression: New tool, new questions...

Pharmacy Compounding and Patient Access

Throughout the years the regulations surrounding pharmacy compounding have changed rapidly and generated the most questions outweighing all other topics by far. In an attempt to demystify and shed light on the current regulatory landscape surrounding pharmacy compounding, compounded medications, and patient access, I have written this post. Pharmacy regulations allow compounding of unique, novel, or one-of-a-kind combinations or version of medications prescribed by a physician. The major distinction between manufactured prescription medications one-size fits all approach is that compounded medications are individually tailored to an individual patient’s needs (e.g. flavor, dosage form, route of administration, dosage, and dosage combinations). Federal and state regulations allow for compounding any medications as long as the FDA has not removed, restricted, or banned that particular medication from the marketplace. In recent years, the Drug Quality and Safety Act (2013) gave regulatory authority to the FDA over compounded medications which was a major shift in the regulatory landscape for pharmacies. While the driving factor for this change is patient safety, what has ultimately occurred is decreased patient access to compounded medications vital for patient health. I believe there is a responsible balance between patient safety and patient access that can be achieved; however the restrictive nature of current regulatory environment has created confusion for patients, prescribers, pharmacists, and pharmacies. As a premier pharmacy that offers quality compounded medications Trinova Health is committed to meeting all your health care needs which included access to vital compounded medication while adhering to the strict regulations. If you have any questions contact us today! Silas Raymond,...

Get Low Dose Naltrexone Now

Are you interested in taking Low Dose Naltrexone, but not sure where to turn to? Maybe you’ve read about the possible benefits for patients with fibromyalgia, Crohn’s, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), Hashimoto’s, chronic pain, depression, or many other conditions? Discover what thousands of other patients already have – the benefits of Low Dose Naltrexone! LDN has been shown to help improve and address the root cause of Hashimoto’s disease by balancing the immune system and restoring it to healthy function. Many patents have been able to reduce or even eliminate the need for synthetic thyroid replacement medications through LDN! Do you suffer from fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, or chronic pain? Discover what thousands of patients have – LDN! Trinova Health has partnered with some of the nation’s leading doctors to provide low cost consultations for patients wishing to use his revolutionary new therapy. Using the power of telehealth, a licensed physician is able to evaluate you from the comfort of your own home. Simply fill out our confidential contact form below, and a representative will contact you right away! You can also reach us toll free at 844-219-2139 – help is just a phone call away! Name(required) Email(required) Telephone Number Comment(required) Submit DISCLAIMER Trinova Health is a licensed pharmacy located in Tampa, Florida that only engages in compounding in response to a practitioners prescription. A written prescription from a licensed practitioner is required for compounded medication from our pharmacy. The information on the site is general in nature and is only intended for use as an educational tool. You should consult your physician or a Trinova Health pharmacist if you have any specific...

Advanced Skin Solutions

Do you struggle with any of the following – scars, skin irritation, eczema, or psoriasis? Trinova Health is now offering a revolutionary new product that is designed to address many common skin issues that patients struggle with. If you suffer from scars, you know that there are very few options available to help reduce or eliminate the appearance of scars. Whether your scar may be from an injury, surgery, or pregnancy – Trinova Health offers solutions! Even better – this product is typically covered under most prescription drug insurance plans! Call us at 844-219-2139 today, or simply fill out the form below and we’ll reply within 24 business hours! Name(required) Email(required) Phone Number Comment(required) Submit DISCLAIMER Trinova Health is a licensed pharmacy that only dispenses prescription medication in response to a practitioners prescription. A written prescription from a licensed practitioner is required for any medication. The information on the site is general in nature and is only intended for use as an educational tool. You should consult your physician or a Trinova Health pharmacist if you have any specific questions relating to the diagnosis and treatment of any health problems. Information and statements about products and health conditions have not been evaluated by the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA), nor has the FDA approved the products to diagnose, cure or prevent...
Low Dose Naltrexone and IBS/Crohn’s

Low Dose Naltrexone and IBS/Crohn’s

Given that research has shown that low dose naltrexone (LDN) can have powerful immune modulating effects, it would seem worthwhile to examine the use of low dose naltrexone in patients who are afflicted with IBS and IBD, or inflammatory bowel disease. The two main types of IBD, Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis, can lead to debilitating complications and often leave patients with a lowered quality of life. While certain prescription medications can often lead to decreased symptoms and improved quality of life for patients, they may do so at the cost of side effects that can be intolerable to come patients. While the use of low dose naltrexone in Crohn’s and UC is not meant in any way to replace traditional prescription medications that are approved to treat these conditions, some patients may benefit from LDN therapy. One open-label pilot study published in  The American Journal of Gastroenterology found that Crohn’s patients who received 4.5mg of low dose naltrexone once daily at bedtime. In this study, 89% of patients responded to therapy, while 67% achieved a remission in symptoms. It should be noted that in this study, low dose naltrexone was added on to a patients current medication therapy. Another recent systematic review looked at 2 different studies – one in adults and one in pediatric patients with Crohn’s disease. In both studies, both adult and pediatric patients received a dose of 4.5mg of naltrexone, which as we’ve discussed before is often considered the “gold standard” in terms of dose for low dose naltrexone. Each study produced outcomes that appear promising concerning the use of low dose naltrexone in helping...