Prescription Compounding



Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a disorder of neural development, characterized by impaired social interaction and communication. Parents usually notice signs of autism within the first two years of their child's life. The signs of autism usually develop gradually, but some instances the child develops normally, then regress. Typically children with autism will not be living independently, but there are some cases of people with autism becoming successful. It also has a strong genetic basis.

Nutritional Therapy for Autism Treatment:
Most children with autism need an increased need for vitamins, minerals, and amino acids

Examples of Customized Medications to Treat Autism:

  • Allithiamine (TTFD)
  • Alpha-Lipoic acid
  • Amphotericin-B (antifungal)
  • BLT (topical anesthetic)
  • DMPS (chelation therapy)
  • DMSA (chelation therapy)
  • EDTA (chelation therapy)
  • Fluconazole (antifungal)
  • Low-dose Naltrexone (LDN)
  • Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin)
  • N-acetylcysteine
  • Nystatin (antifungal)
  • Reduced L-Glutathione
  • Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
  • Secretin
  • Unit dosed MMR vaccine

Bio-Identical Hormone Restoration

Clinical Trials

At PharmaScript of Shelby, our staff can assist your Company or University with drug research projects by preparing matching placebos.

At PharmaScript, we work together with Dentists and their patients to solve problems by compounding medications

Miracle Mouth Wash

Compounded dental mouthwashes offer many different The idea of Miracle Mouth Wash is to combine ingredients to treat a variety of oral conditions.

The most popular forms of Miracle Mouth Wash contain viscous lidocaine, as a topical anesthetic, diphenhydramine as an anti-inflammatory, and Maalox to help coat tissues in the mouth. Other variations often include anti-fungals, corticosteroids and/or antibiotics.

Common ingredients Found in Miracle Mouth Wash:

  • Diphenhydramine - an antihistamine to reduce inflammation
  • Glucocorticoids - to reduce inflammation
  • Lidocaine - a local anesthetic to relieve pain
  • Maalox - an antacid formulation which acts as a coating agent
  • Nystatin - an anti-fungal for candidiasis
  • Sucralfate - a coating agent
  • Tetracycline - an antibiotic
  • Erythromycin - an antibiotic

Compounded Medications for Dentistry

  • lip balms for viral lesions
  • topical muscle relaxants/analgesics
  • topical anesthetics
  • non-staining antibacterial rinses
  • oral sedation in lollipops and freezer pops
  • lollipops for oral thrush
  • mouth rinses for aphthous ulcers or chemotherapy-induced stomatitis
  • mouth rinse to stop oral bleeding during dental procedures for patients who take anticoagulants
  • dry socket preparations
  • “mucosal bandages” to cover ulcerated, infected or tender mucosa
  • lozenges that help to prevent gagging


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  • Acne
  • Athlete’s Foot
  • Chemical Peels
  • Diaper Rash/Incontinence
  • Head Lice and Scabies
  • Molluscum Contagiosum
  • Nail Removal
  • Onychomycosis
  • Pigmentation Abnormalities
  • Plantar Warts
  • Psoriasis
  • Rosacea
  • Scarring and Keloids
  • Sun Protection/Photo-aged Skin/Wrinkles
  • Topical Anesthetics

Hormone Replacement

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG)


Pain Management

Palliative Care




Sports Medicine

Sterile Compounding

Thyroid Imbalance


Wound Care