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What We Stock:

Medicines affect our bodies differently, meaning that different medications can cause different side effects. On top of that, no individual is the same as another. That means that the solutions need to vary, too. We carry several types of high-quality vitamins and supplements so that our patients have access to options that could help them.

Our featured lines of products include Ortho-Molecular Products, BioActive Nutrients, and Apiceuticals honey balms.

All of our OTC products can be picked up from our pharmacy, delivered locally with a prescription, or shipped to further out locations. If you fill at one of our local affiliate retail Medicap Pharmacy locations, you can also ask to pick these up there!

Apiceuticals Honey Balms
BioActive Nutrients Digestive Enzymes

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, and this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease


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Give Your System a Boost!

Is your energy running low? Have you medications left you feeling tired, anxious, achy, or nauseous? As prescription medication help address health concerns, many of them have the side effect of depleting essential vitamins and minerals from your body. This is especially true with maintenance medications for chronic conditions.

Your system can also be running short on nutrients due to diet or lifestyle choices. Maybe you're missing out on enough magnesium in your diet, affecting your sleep and anxiety levels. Perhaps you aren't getting enough sun or eating enough salmon, and your vitamin D levels are running low. An OTC vitamin could supplement that.


Even if you are leading a healthy lifestyle and eating right, your system could benefit from a boost! Supplemental vitamins and minerals can help replace what medications have removed. Have a conversation with your pharmacist about your side effects, and your pharmacist can help suggest solutions as well as work with your doctor to find potential changes to your current medication regimen.

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