Compounding Pharmacy Serving Minnesota
Valor Compounding Pharmacy is licensed to deliver custom compounded medications to doctors and patients in Minnesota. We make it easy and cost effective.
Benefits of Ordering Customized Medications in from Valor Compounding Pharmacy
Your price shouldn’t change with your dosage. Valor offers flat-rate, 30-day packages for many variable-dose medications.
We take shipping costs out of the equation. Your prescription comes with free two-day shipping, nationwide.
While other compounding pharmacies take a week, we deliver to your home or doctor’s office within four days.
Valor Compounding Pharmacy offers the following custom medication delivered to Minnesota:
Valor’s ketamine medication is primarily intended to help you manage anxiety. Our low-dose ketamine troches are small medicated lozenges designed to dissolve and soothe, like a cough drop.
Compounded low-dose naltrexone (LDN) may reduce the symptoms associated with inflammatory and chronic pain conditions. High-quality LDN can be compounded to your needs, as prescribed by your doctor.
Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapies
Bioidentical hormones are chemically identical to those that your body naturally produces and are made from natural plant-derived sources. Customized to work with your body’s unique hormonal biomarkers, BHRT provides exactly the amount of hormones you need without the side effects or health risks that are common with conventional HRT.
Our custom, compounded hormone replacement medications include:
- bioidentical estrogen
- bioidentical progesterone
- bioidentical testosterone
Topical Pain Medication
Valor’s topical pain creams and gels are an alternative to opioids. Our topical pain medications allow for concentrated application at the site of pain or at the trigger point for pain.
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