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Examples on label: L-Phenylalanine L-Tourine L-Tyrosine L-Glycine What do the "L" 's stand for in these types of ingredients .
1 answer • 21 Aug 2009
I just started taking Red Yeast Rice per my doctors suggestion for moderately elevated cholesterol. I have read to avoid the "toxic" ...
0 answers • 23 Apr 2011
Since we've had several "mistakes" lately, it seems to me people need to hear the tips. 1. Use a weekly pill box so you know you took ...
11 answers • 2 Feb 2013
Or anyone else interested in it? It's called Namenda and is given to Alzheimers patients at a dose of 20 mg. But given off-label for migraines ...
14 answers • 6 Mar 2013
My name reads like Jane (AR) Doe on my label, but labels from a mail order company do not include this abbreviation.
1 answer • 26 Sep 2013