This section is dedicated to helpful hints and tips pertaining to researching supplements. Medical and FDA Disclaimer Below.


Do you have allergies or dietary restrictions?
Making Capsules
Don’t forget about Teas



Check out About- Tips on Purchasing Your Items for a full list of tips and hints, including some pharmacies and website suggestions from others in the pain community.


Some of the lesser-known products in our supplements lists contain links for your research. The common or ordinary supplements can easily be Googled.

Try our Symptoms section if you want to check out a wider selection of products.


These websites have thorough information on a wide variety of supplements including side effects and interactions with other drugs and supplements. While they are informative, we do not recommend researching any conditions or diseases this way. Please check out our Lyme- Recommended Reading / Resources for sources on Lyme. (We recommend you do your own research and look for the most up-to-date information on any product you wish to try. Medical Disclaimer Below) 

NCBI: (very detailed)

Web MD; Consise (yet more thorough) list of the known benefits of all the vitamins:

University of Maryland Medical Center:

Do you have allergies or dietary restrictions?

Don’t forget to check the by-products on your capsules.

A lot of these supplements can be sold as herbs. Consider a local certified herbalist to create a specialized concoction tailored to your needs. Further down on this page is more on tinctures.

Do you have problems with essential oils or tinctures???
Consider checking out the Tea section. A lot of these supplements can be combined into a single tea. More on tea below.

Making Capsules:

Making your own:

Search for “empty vegetarian capsules.” Try Amazon or your favorite online pharmacy of choice.

Herbal Tincture:

Herbal Tincture:

Using an herbalist:

A local herbalist can talk to you about all your needs, and create a protocol tailor-made for you.
There is a fee to meet and talk and then a fee for the herbs. Please look for a certified herbalist in your area.

Don’t forget about Teas:

Check out our section on Lyme- Tea.

Does making your own capsule or tincture sound like too much for you? Does it require fine motor function that would be difficult for you due to your condition? Is using a herbalist not an option for you? Try Tea! Check out our section on Lyme- Tea. Simply put; you would want to find a loose tea distributor in your area that has a selection of medicinal blends of teas to try. Sometimes if they do not have the perfect blend, they can create one for you. They will charge by the oz. You can fit a lot of good stuff into one tea!!!! 


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