Saliva Tests are non-invasive and are a simple way to check your hormone levels. The sampling method allows patients to collect saliva at home at specific times.
The saliva measures the amount of “free or active” hormones present in your body. Saliva test kits are available at Hazle Compounding and our skilled compounding pharmacists and menopause educator can help determine which hormones if any, you should have tested. After a saliva sample is taken, the test kit is sent away to be processed and the result are sent to Hazle Compounding.
Our Saliva testing can test all major hormones.
Hormones that can be tested include:
Contact our Hormone Specialty Pharmacists for more information on Saliva Testing.
Hazle Compounding Certified Clinical Nutritionist performs various tests that can measure the bodies cellular response to challenges from a wide array of substances including various foods, additives, coloring’s and chemicals.
These tests are useful in managing a wide variety of conditions including:
Contact our nutritionally oriented pharmacists for more information on food intolerance and allergy testing.
Heavy metal exposure is on the rise. Common sources include cigarettes, seafood, rice, well water and dental fillings, etc.
Heavy Metal and Nutrients Testing is an at home collection test to assess for heavy metal exposure, nutritional element levels and thyroid hormones. This test uses dried urine and dried blood spot.
Contact our compounding pharmacists for more information regarding Heavy Metal and Nutrients Testing.
Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers used by the nervous system to relay information from one nerve to another.
Optimal neurotransmitter balance is required to maintain proper health. Imbalances can cause the brain and body to be over or under stimulated producing neurological and psychological symptoms, anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue, impulsivity, insomnia, PMS, PMDD, etc.
Neurotransmitter testing uses the collection of dried urine.
Contact us for more information on Neurotransmitter Testing.