New Consumer Resource Offers Wealth of Information on Glutathione

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Wellness Pharmacy® announces the launch of a new consumer-focused informational website on Glutathione - Wellness Pharmacy® is a leading provider of Glutathione and has developed a patented process for the preparation of Glutathione.

With all the talk and news coming out about Glutathione and its use in the treatment of a variety of diseases, this new site provides a wealth of information in one, easy-to-use location. Wellness Pharmacy, through this new site, enables consumers to make informed decisions about Glutathione when considering it as a treatment option.

Reduced L-Glutathione, most commonly called Glutathione or GSH, is the most powerful naturally occurring antioxidant in all human cells. describes its use in the body, why it is important to maintaining good health and what causes its depletion.

Specifically, this new site contains an extensive library of Glutathione-related articles and reference materials. In addition, more than 15 documented Glutathione deficient disease states, including Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and Autism, are listed with corresponding articles and bibliographies.

A number of common Glutathione questions are also addressed on the FAQ page and visitors can access video testimony from Dr. David Perlmutter about the effectiveness and benefits of Glutathione in Parkinson's disease. Patients can contact Wellness Pharmacy directly through the site if they are looking for a physician in their area and can order Essential GSH TM as well.

For intravenous administration, Wellness uses a patented method of preparation, developed in their own laboratories, that enhances Glutathione's stability -- allowing physicians to administer it in near 100% reduced form. This is why so many leading physicians, like Dr. David Perlmutter, use Wellness Pharmacy as their sole source for Reduced-L-Glutathione.

About Wellness Pharmacy®:
Wellness Pharmacy® offers pharmaceutical grade Glutathione in numerous delivery forms: intravenous, nebulized, nasal spray, transdermal, suppositories and oral liposomal.

Caron Coats
Tel: 205-879-6551
Fax: 205-871-2568


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