We have created an innovative laboratory to meet the most demanding requirements of pharmaceutical regulations and the individual needs of physicians and their patients.


A compounded medication is a drug specifically mixed and prepared for you based on a prescription from your doctor.


All preparations are produced under appropriate conditions and based on documented production protocols, with the appropriate raw materials in the desired concentration and in the optimal dosage form. These parameters ensure the quality and efficacy of the compounded medication.

All production stages, the laboratory operation, the handling of raw materials, and the final formulations are described by Standard Operation Procedures to ensure the quality and safety of the compounded medication and the safety of the lab personnel.

All stages of production have been automated and optimized to the highest degree so that all critical control points are covered by the four-eyes principle, minimizing the possibility of human error.

Our laboratory provides consulting to healthcare professionals about the capability of formulating the active ingredients they wish into the desired dosage forms recommended by evidence-based literature to ensure the required stability and desired therapeutic effect.


A compounded medication is prepared

To provide alternative dosage forms, when commercial formulations are not available on the market in the desired forms and concentrations (conversion of a pill into a syrup).

When the available licensed drugs do not have desired organoleptic characteristics (taste, smell), or there are allergies to their excipients. They are also formulated to combine two or more active pharmaceutical ingredients or when the commercial drug is temporarily unavailable.

To provide access to orphan drugs, which, because they are so rare, would not be profitable to produce without government assistance.

To formulate complex preparations, or preparations with short-term stability which cannot be standardized into licensed drugs.

To provide dosage adjustments according to the patient’s individual needs, e.g., hormone replacement therapies, chemotherapies, pain management therapies, etc.

To make available to patients medicines whose active pharmaceutical ingredient is known and commercially obtainable but the licensed drug has yet to be approved.

To formulate Homeopathic and Herbal medicines.

To individualize the dosage forms of veterinary drugs for specific therapeutic protocols, etc.