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  I wanted to thank you for the other night I sent my husband to buy you a syrup for dry cough. Like every year, I find myself with problems of persistent dry cough syrups and purchase that I have never helped much. 

  You have proposed a syrup of your production and I want to congratulate you .... really great! I am telling the whole neighborhood, because it was already in the space of a few hours I felt better: Truly outstanding: 


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The CPS can be of both vegetable and animal origin. The cps offers the advantage of being able to contain in its interior only the dry extract without the addition of excipients or preservatives. The plant cps respect the diet kosher Jewish religion as well as the halal standards dictated by the Prophet Muhammad in the Quran. In addition to the Jews and the Muslims embrace the CPS plant, and rules restricting the people of vegans always on the rise as well as the vegetarians. These are just listed the reasons why it is essential to a laboratory in our Pharmacy. 
Foletto-jpg-1360769571430 Large companies have not thought of these niche markets that are vital for us. We do not want these niches of the population who live in our country must give up the dogmas dictated by their beliefs, both religious and food. We are here to meet the needs of the Jewish people, the Muslim people, of the people of the 20130321_p1040737popolo Vegans and Vegetarians. 
Both Jews and Muslims have the right to take medication that is respectful of the casherut halal. These principles are the basis of democracy and is enshrined in our constitution. To each is given the opportunity to profess and to observe the belief in respect of the freedom of others. 
Galenicals the name of a doctor of Ancient Greece 
Galen, whofirst introduced and popularized the preparation of medicinal remedies 
obtained directly from the pharmacist at the pharmacy, and personalized to each specific paziente.miscelando several basic substances) means preparations made 
Such preparations can be distinguished in two 
different types: 
Medicinal preparations: are set up on the basis of formulations registered in the Official Pharmacopoeia (FU) Magistral Preparations: are set up in accordance with a prescription written by a doctor in the form of a recipe. 
At the pharmacy can be set up all kinds of drugs, and their preparation is subjected to a particularly strict legislation, established and codified in the Italian Official Pharmacopoeia. 
A seconnda the complexity of the preparations and the availability or otherwise by the pharmacy, equipment and substances needed, the time 
waiting for delivery of a galenic preparation may be variable but will always be the maximum effort on our part in ensuring the completion time as short as possible while ensuring the highest level of quality required 
The prices of galenic preparations are not set arbitrarily by the pharmacy but they are strictly codified by law and indicated in the National Drug Tariff, text written and published by the Ministry of Health, directly available in pharmacies by those who desired. 
In practice the art pharmaceutical freedom and independence of mind and behavior, knowledge and belief and in strict compliance with laws, regulations, and standards of professional ethics; 
To preserve the value of life and the protection of physical and mental health of people and the relief of suffering as the sole purpose of the profession, as an inspiration all my professional act with responsibility and ongoing commitment to scientific, cultural and social, stating the ethical principle of 'human solidarity; 
To assist all those who will resort to my professional work with care, attention and dedication, without distinction of race, religion, nationality, social status and political ideology and with the utmost respect for their dignity; 
To entrust my reputation only to my professional and moral qualities of which I shall give evidence and to avoid, even outside of the professional, every act and conduct prejudicial to the prestige, dignity and decorum of the pharmacy profession . 
I swear 
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Preparations Galenical 
The preparation of galenic products is one of the professional duties of the pharmacist, who will ensure its implementation in pharmacy with l¡¯obbligo the scrupulous respect of the complex regulations governing such matters in order to ensure l¡¯efficacia and safety of the product set. 

The Pharmacy Tolstoy is specialized in galenic preparations. 

The term "ready Galenists" (named after an ancient Greek physician, Galen, who first introduced and popularized the preparation of medicinal remedies obtained by mixing different substances based) means preparations made ​​directly from the Pharmacy Pharmacist in custom shape for each specific patient. 

We carry: 

preparations on prescription 

(magistral preparations) 

preparations listed on the European Pharmacopoeia 

(workshop preparations) 

Prepared taking into account the needs of the individual, our preparations are useful to feel better and to prevent problems such as cystitis, air in the stomach, hair loss, colitis, acne, treatment of menopausal symptoms, osteoporosis, stress, depression, anxiety. 


They can serve the purpose slimming, energizing, anti-free radicals. soothing, purifying, for arthritic pain and arthritis, to enhance your memory, protect eyes, skin, hair, nails, give relief to the legs.
Acquire the knowledge needed to make medicinal preparations, which certainly is the cultural background of each pharmacist is not enough today. 

And 'now a vital provision of modern technical means, besides a wide range of raw materials with the ability to store them properly. 
The old and even romantic image of the mortar, the stills, the little fires is the passion of Dr. Sandro. 

D 'on the other hand the doctors who customize requirements "suitable" for each patient are relatively few, and this is why there are few pharmacies also have a well equipped laboratory, and it is to these that refer patients to these physicians. 
Our pharmacy is one of them, and are prepared in the form which the doctor may wish to prescribe: tablets, capsules, suppositories, pessaries, syrups, lotions, creams and so on. are always set up by pharmacists involved in these tasks. 
All statements regarding the anti-tumor therapy devised by Professor Luigi Di Bella we are prepared in compliance with the protocol for the recipes of practicing physicians totally abandons therapy. 
They are therefore also available the necessary aids such as infusers, timers. 
All raw materials used are certified and fully correspond to the Italian Pharmacopoeia monographs is that of the United States. 
The galenic preparations are the strength of the pharmacy, which prepares medicines from lab for all needs, whether treatment is cosmetic. 
PREPARATIONS DEGREES are products manufactured by the pharmacist tailored to the patient. 
This type of medicine is very useful whenever the following specific cases: 
- The patient is particularly sensitive to the drugs and then the dosage must be particularly accurate and personalized; 
- The treatment consists of many active ingredients that need to be put together according to the disease and the sick; 
- The drug is not suitable commercially available. 
Being masterful medicinal preparations are subject to a rigorous legislation and, except for a few cases, always require a prescription. 
In our pharmacy you can prepare all types of drugs, with quality comparable to that of industrial products. The lab can be set up Tolstoy's Pharmacy prepared medication in the form of capsules, solutions, creams, ointments, gels, maps, pastries. All products are prepared according to the new rules of good preparation by a qualified and constantly engaged in courses and seminars to ensure the product is effective, safe and of acceptable quality. 
The methods of price formation of magistral preparations are strictly laid down by the National Medicines rate that is a legal act issued by the Ministry of Health. This text and any more clarification on the price can be obtained from the pharmacist at the time of booking. 
Galenic products HERBS: Medicinal products galenic formulations are approved by the Commission in the Official Pharmacopoeia, whose quantitative composition is given in the National Formulary. Even in this case, the pharmacist is responsible only for the quality of the substances used and the correct preparation technique. 
The galenic herbs can be set up in advance in the amount necessary to meet the needs of the pharmacy to be allocated to the patients served in that year (Galen multiple). Their preparation in pharmacies, therefore, is independent of the prescription.
The Pharmacy Tolstoy has always been associated with his name on product quality Galen that a team of Pharmacists preparatory repackage every day. In the laboratory are the most advanced equipment for the production and the packaging is of solid pharmaceutical forms (capsules, tablets and powders in general) and liquid (creams, ointments, mouthwashes, syrups.). 

The magistral preparations are medicinal products manufactured by the pharmacist tailored to the patient and, in the case of medicines, such preparations are subject to strict legislation and, except for a few cases, always require a prescription. 

At the pharmacy, you can prepare all types of drugs, from the simplest to the most complex. Of course, the pharmacy must be up to ensure that the preparations are running, the quality required under existing regulations established by the Italian Pharmacopoeia. The quality is certainly comparable to that provided by the industry. 
Depending on the type of preparation, its degree of complexity of the equipment present in the pharmacy and the waiting times for the delivery of the drug finished and validated are variable. Again the quality and compliance of the patient guide the work of all of us, always ready to fulfill your requests for galenicals the same day, often within minutes. The prices of magistral preparations are strictly laid down by the National Medicines rate that is a legal act issued by the Ministry of Health. This text and any more clarification on the price can be obtained from the pharmacist at the time of booking 
The quest for health in general well-being of the person, require more customized solutions, which integrate drugs, natural remedies and lifestyle for our daily well-being. 
Here, you will find pharmacists experts with whom to share your journey toward natural health. 
The herbal medicine (the term adopted in 1897 by the French physician Dr. Pouchet to give a scientific name for the study of treatment with herbs) is the branch of medicine that studies the use of medicinal plants capable of carrying the body exerting a pharmacological, therefore, there is an alternative medicine, complementary to that official. 

  Different are the pharmaceutical forms of administration of a drug plant (the part of the plant used as a medicament or a base for the extraction of substances for medicated), and can result from dry plant or from fresh plant: important, however, is that the choice is most likely to secure the desired therapeutic effect. 

Dosage forms of dry plant 
?? Herbal Teas: solvent water, get ready for infusion or decoction. 
?? Powders: for grinding dry vegetable drugs. 
?? Dyes: alcohol solvent, for simple extraction. 
?? Extract Fluid: raises the dry plant to macerate in a solvent, generally ethyl alcohol or glycerin, for a period of time ranging from plant to plant. Are administered as such or for the preparation of syrups, potions ?? 
?? Dry extract: starting from the extract by evaporating the solvent fluid with suitable techniques to moderate temperatures. The powder obtained is titrated to accurately assess the active ingredient content must not be lower than the limit set by the Pharmacopoeia (FU) Italian or foreign. 

  Dosage forms from fresh plant 

?? Juices: Fresh drug is placed under mechanical pressure. 
?? Tincture (TM) by maceration in ethanol Pharmacopoeia French or German. 
?? Macerated glyceric (1DH): for maceration in a mixture of water, alcohol and glycerine of buds or young jets according to the principles of the French Pharmacopoeia. 
?? Essential Oil (EO): there are various techniques including pressing, in a current of steam, and so on. 

  Solutions Bach flowers and flowers in Australia 

These preparations are made by the Responsible Pharmacist using as raw material the original 27 flower essences of Dr. Bach flower essences and 65 Australians. 
The solutions may be of various types according 

?? the prescription 
?? the age of the 
?? food intolerance (eg. alcohol). 

We distinguish solutions 

?? water-alcohol (brandy or alcohol and distilled water) 
?? physiological (without alcohol), suitable for children 
?? apple cider vinegar, suitable for those who suffer from food allergies. 

Our laboratory provided with the raw materials described (fluid extracts, dried extracts, powders, hydro-alcoholic extracts, base cream, etc ...) is able to meet any prescription or request by the consumer, with particular reference to the following dosage forms: 

?? capsules (only with dry extracts) 
?? solutions of fluid extracts or hydro-alcoholic 
?? ointments 
?? dust mixtures 

Aromatherapy Recipes 
Essential oils are derived from plants naturally rich in these compounds oily and fragrant pine, lavender, rose, lemon, basil, lemon balm, mint, eucalyptus ... 
Essential oils are defined by "natural drive" when they are distilled exclusively from the wild species from which they take their name and not "built" with chemicals, if any, or with added active ingredients derived from other plants. 

If integrally pure can also be ingested to practice what is the true "aromatherapy". They are also useful in complex disorders and, in this case, only a doctor can conduct this type of therapy. In other cases, when we know the absence of contraindications (personal allergies, pregnancy, lactation, infancy ...), can be used in those minor illnesses in which a safe history of use it has proven its safety. 

Essential oils you recognize these properties: 
- Antiseptic, healing, antifungal 
- Antispasmodic action, antimeteoric, digestive 
- Balsamic activity (catarrhal disorders) 
- Resolving and anti-inflammatory activity: outdoor use in balms, liniments, oils, baths (rheumatism, joint pain, cellulitis) 
- Bacteriostatic and bactericidal to numerous germs 
- Stimulating mental and physical 

In many cases, the actions depend on a fundamental characteristic of essential oils: the volatility, ie the feature to spread rapidly, the state bird in fact, hollow organs of the body, mainly in the lungs, but also in the stomach, kidneys and liver. 

For example, the natural essential oil of rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L., Labiatae) for indoor use, at a dose of 2 drops in a teaspoon of sugar and eaten three times a day, it is a general tonic circulatory and nervous system. It is a general stimulant that is indicated in the overwork (increases memory) and disease stress; is the tonic of older people because it gives energy and reduces the feeling of fatigue. 

The essential oil of rosemary is a great help in liver dysfunction: it acts as a cholagogue, antispasmodic, diuretic and protects the liver cells. Finally, as it facilitates the elimination of harmful fats it is termed as "lipotropic and colestrolico." 
Externally, built-in 2% sweet almond oil or neutral bases for creams, is stimulating, analgesic and antirheumatic: it is used in neuralgia, rheumatism, joint pain, lower back, headache, stiff neck and injuries. 
One tablespoon of pure essential oil can be poured into the bath water for the same purposes. If you want to make it water soluble for better dispersion, especially in the bath tub, in the pharmacy you can buy a suitable solubilizer. 

Traditional use (or not known) of some essential oils 
Laurel: antirheumatic 
Bitter orange: heart palpitations, insomnia 
Basil: nervous fatigue, nervous stomach cramps, insomnia 
Chamomile: loss of appetite, facial neuralgia, migraine, depression 
Cypress: venous tonic (hemorrhoids, varicose veins), whooping cough! 
Eucalyptus: bronchitis, flu, urinary disorders 
Fennel: potent diuretic, digestive, antiaerofagico 
Lavender: asthma and respiratory problems, headaches, irritability 
Lemon: antiseptic, antibacterial, antiviral 
Melaleuca: antifungal, antiseptic general 
Mint: antispasmodic, general fatigue, headache 
Pine: balsamic respiratory tract diseases 
Rosemary: fatigue, high cholesterol, diuretic, anti-rheumatic 
Sage: antiastenico, menopausal disorders, mouth ulcers and stomatitis 
Timo: physical and mental fatigue, convulsive coughs, antipyretic 
Verbena: sedative, anti-migraine 
Ginger: digestive, antirheumatic 

There are preparations based on essential oils present in pharmacopoeias or Forms European officers. Others are taken from the texts of the leading specialists in this therapy (Belaiche, Valnet, Bardeau, Duraffourd, Bouhours, Weiss, Schilcher) or are original formulas of dr. Chiereghin: 
- Inhalation balsamic inhalation and clutches 
- Clutches bibs for infants and young children (free menthol) 
- Thyme ointment for children and adults 
- Clutches antirheumatic 
- Oils Digestive 
- Drops against halitosis 
- Drops for memory and fatigue 
- Remedy for cystitis 
- Remedy for colds 
- Lotion for fungal infections 
- Mosquito Lotion 
- Mixtures of oils, relaxing massage, lymphatic drainage; for cellulite, joint pain, fatigue, sports ... 
- Cream sports massage before and after the race) 

It is the vast selection of pure essential oils for internal use or consumption: ajowan, dill, angelica, star anise (star anise), green anise, orange Calabria, bitter orange peel, sweet orange flowers (neroli), Basil, Bay St. Thomas, bergamot, bucco, cajuput, calamus, chamomile, camphor, Ceylon cinnamon, caraway, onion, cypress, coriander, eucalyptus, eugenia (cloves), fennel, jasmine, Bourbon geranium, juniper berries, hyssop, lavender and lavender absolute, lemongrass Java (lemon grass), lemon peel, mace, marjoram, mandarin, melaleuca (tea three oil), lemon balm, a variety of Mentha: white, peppermint, crispa, of Piedmont; myrtle, niauli, nutmeg, oregano, Spanish, patchouli, pine, pine, pine, red rose, rosemary, sage, sandalwood, savory, sassafras, mustard, thyme, white thyme and red, thuja, turpentine of the larch, verbena India, lemon verbena, ylang-ylang, ginger. 

The "oleolites" are preparations obtained by maceration of plants in oil-rich princes delicate oils and skin-friendly. 

The preparation preserves all the active principles present in the plant of origin. We have: 
- arnica 
- burdock 
- calendula 
- bittersweet 
- helichrysum 
- jojoba 
- St. John's Wort 
- lemon 


BATHROOM: 2 drops of essential oil of sweet orange, 5 of lavender, bergamot 3 dissolved in almond oil or a little scented bubble bath 
MASSAGE: 5 drops of oil ess. melissa, 5 myrtle, 10 of sweet orange in 50 ml of arnica oil or hypericum. 


BATHROOM: 2 drops of oil ess. jasmine, verbena 2, 3 chamomile bubble bath in neutral. 
MASSAGE: 2 drops of oil ess. lemon balm, lavender 5, 5 rose in 50 ml of almond oil or jojoba oil. 
THE SPEAKER: 5 drops of cedarwood, lavender 2 drops of 5 pink. 


INHALATION: 2 drops of bergamot and basil in a handkerchief, breathe for several minutes. 
THE SPEAKER: 4 drops of basil, geranium 4, 4 lemon. 


IN THE BATH: 5 drops of oil ss. ivy, 2 Birch, 2 lavender bubble bath in neutral. 
MASSAGE: 8 drops of juniper, 3 birch, cypress 8 in 50 ml of oil of hypericum, also camphor. 
FOR SLUDGE: 100 g of green clay 100 drops of TM of kelp, 5 drops of juniper, 5 drops of cinnamon, 5 drops of oregano. 
MASSAGE: in 50 ml of calendula oil 5 drops of myrtle, 5 drops of chamomile, 5 drops of sage. Massaging belly (especially around the navel) and feet. 

Digestion DIFFICULT 

INHALATION: 2 drops of fennel, 2 drops of mint pips. in a handkerchief. 


MASSAGE: On temples 5 drops of lavender and 5 drops of rosemary diluted in 20 ml of almond oil. 
THE SPEAKER: 5 drops lavender, 5 drops of lemon verbena, 5 drops of ylang-ylang. 
FIR essential oil 
Acetyl - L hydrochloride 
ACHILLEA fluid / dry / essential oil 
acetylsalicylic acid 
Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) 
azelaic acid 
benzoic acid 
Boric acid 
Citric acid monohydrate 
hydrochloric acid 
dehydrocholic acid 
ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid 
Carbolic acid liquid 
Folic Acid 
Phosphoric acid 
JALURONIC acid sodium salt 
Malic acid - DL 
Oleic acid (Olein) 
Oxalic acid 
SALICYLIC ACID normal or bulky 
Sulphuric acid 
succinic acid 
Trans-retinoic acid 
undecylenic acid 
ursodeoxycholic acid 
Distilled water MARIGOLD 
Distilled water CAMOMILE 
Hamamelis distilled water 
Distilled water MALLOW 
Distilled water ROSEMARY 
Distilled water SAGE 
Distilled water LIME 
130 volumes hydrogen peroxide 
ACRITAMER 940 (Carbomer) 
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) 
Chaste tree dry 
EGG egg white powder 
cetyl alcohol 
cetearyl alcohol 
ALCOHOL denatured 
Alga Laminaria powder 
LAUREL essential oil 
ALOE fluid / dry / glycolic 
ALTEA fluid / dry 
WITCH HAZEL fluid / dry 
CORN STARCH dust or pregelatinized 
RICE STARCH cannoli or dust 
amylocaine hydrochloride 
liquid ammonia 
Ammonium carbonate 
PINEAPPLE fluid / dry 
ANISE star anise essential oil 
ANISE GREEN fluid / dry / essential oil 
Antioxidant BHT 
BITTER ORANGE fluid / dry / essential oil 
SWEET ORANGE fluid / essential oil 
ORANGE FLOWERS essential oil 
SILVER NITRATE torch or crystals 
Silver proteinate 
Arginine hydrochloride - L 
Arnica // glycol fluid / dye 
VARIOUS FOOD FLAVOR liquid or powder 
DEVIL'S CLAW fluid / cleaning / dyeing 
Asparagine - L 
ASPARAGUS fluid / cleaning / dyeing 
BALM TOLU¡¯ fluid 
BURDOCK fluid / dry dyeing // 
BASIL essential oil 
Benzalkonium chloride solution 
BENZOIN fluid 
Bergamot essential oil 
Beta-carotene pure; water-soluble or fat-soluble 
betaine hydrochloride 
BIRCH fluid / dry / glycolic / dyeing / essential oil 
HAWTHORN fluid / cleaning / dyeing 
Methylene blue 
Boehmeria dry 
BOLDO fluid / dry 
BORAGE pearls 
BUPROPION hydrochloride 
BUSPIRONE hydrochloride 
Caffeine Anhydrous 
CAGLIO liquid or powder 
CAJEPUT essential oil 
Calcium carbonate precipitate 
FOOTBALL HMB (Idrossimetilbutirrato) 
calcium propionate 
MARIGOLD fluid / glycolic acid / dye 
Chamomile fluid / dry / glycolic // essential oil 
CAMPHOR essential oil 
CAMPHOR natural or synthetic 
CINNAMON essential oil 
CAPSICUM fluid / oleoresin 
COAL active or vegetable 
ARTICHOKE fluid / cleaning / dyeing 
MILK THISTLE fluid / dry 
CARVI fluid / essential oil 
Cascara Sagrada fluid / dry 
CEDAR essential oil 
Centella fluid / dry / glycolic acid / dye 
cetomacrogol 1000 
CHINA fluid 
Quinine hydrochloride 
chicory fluid 
CYPRESS fluid / dry / essential oil 
cyproterone acetate 
Cysteine ​​hydrochloride - L 
LEMONGRASS Essential Oil 
Clorexidine 20% 
CODA CAVALLINA fluid / dry / glycolic / dye 
Coenzyme Q10 (Ubidecarenone) 
COLA NUTS fluid / dry 
Coleus forskohlii dry 
Collagen liquid or powder 
Elastic collodion 5% 
CONCENTRATED APPLE basis for syrups 
Sodium chondroitin sulfate 
Preservatives for Cosmetics 
CORIANDER fluid / dry / essential oil 
Creatine Monohydrate 
CREAM BASE O / W for various types 
Cream of tartar 
DAMIANA fluid / dry 
DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) 
Dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) 
DROSERA fluid 
Echinacea fluid / dry / glycolic acid / dye 
IVY HELIX fluid / dry / glycolic 
elastin solution 
EOSIN water-soluble or water-alcohol 
Erythromycin Base 
ESCHOLTZIA fluid / cleaning / dyeing 
Ethyl acetate 
EUCALYPTUS fluid / essential oil 
BEAN dry 
fallax MADE 
IRON CHLORIDE ICO powder or liquid 
IRON orotate 
HAY GREEK fluid / dry / glycolic 
SWEET FENNEL fluid / cleaning / dyeing / essential oil / whole grain 
sodium fluorescein 
fluoxetine hydrochloride 
Formalin 10% or 40% BACKED 
Phosphatidylcholine 30% 
Phosphatidyl Serine 20% 
PHOSPHORUS proteinate 
FRAGRANCE for shampoo; cosmetic creams and lotions 
Buckthorn liquid / dry 
ASH fluid / dry 
Fucoxanthin 10% 
GABA (ac.gammaminobutirrico) 
Mangosteen dry 
CLOVES essential oil 
GEL BASE soluble 
GENZIANA fluid / dry 
GERANIUM essential oil 
GERMANIUM sesquioxide 
JUNIPER fluid / essential oil 
GINKGO biloba fluid / cleaning / dyeing 
GINSENG liquid / dry 
Glycerin PLANT 
GLYCINE (Glycine) 
GLUCOSE liquid or powder 
xanthan gum 
GRAMIGNA fluid / dry 
Grindelia fluid 
GUARANA¡¯ fluid / dry 
GUGUL dry 
Hoodia Gordonii dry 
Hydroxytryptophan 5 - L 
INCENSE essential oil 
IPERICO fluid / cleaning / dyeing 
CHESTNUT fluid / dry / glycolic acid / dye 
Soy Isoflavones 10% and 40% 
Isopropyl myristate 
isostearate ISOPROPYL 
HYSSOP essential oil 
Lactobacillus acidophilus 
anhydrous lanolin 
MILK BASE eudermica 
LAVENDER fluid / essential oil 
LEMONGRASS Essential Oil 
LESPEDEZA fluid / dry 
Leucine - L 
Lycopene 5% 
LEMON essential oil 
LICORICE fluid / dry 
MADE liquorice powder 
LYSINE - L hydrochloride 
HOP fluid / dry / glycolic 
Maca dry 
Marjoram essential oil 
Magnesium carbonate tablets 
Magnesium carbonate light or heavy 
Magnesium chelate 
Magnesium orotate 
MAGNESIUM OXIDE light or heavy 
Magnesium stearate 
CORN dry 
MALLOW fluid / dry / glycolic 
MANDARIN essential oil 
Manganese chelate 
Manganese GLUCONATE 
Manganese orotate 
Horehound fluid 
MATE¡¯ dry 
MELILOT fluid / dry 
MELISSA fluid / cleaning / dyeing / essential oil 
MINT arvensis essential oil 
PEPPERMINT fluid / dry / essential oil 
METHYLENE chloride (dichloromethane) 
METOXALENE (8-metoxypsoralene) 
MILE dry 
MINOXIDIL pure or sulphate 
MYRRH fluid / essential oil 
BLUEBERRY fluid / cleaning / dyeing 
MYRTLE essential oil 
mucilage MALLOW 
Muira Puama fluid / dry 
neomycin sulphate 
NIAOULI essential oil 
NUTMEG essential oil 
NOPAL dry 
OIL Arnica 
OIL Chamomile 
OIL Elicrisio 
OIL Enothera (primrose) 
WHEAT GERM OIL cosmetic or food 
CASTOR OIL normal or hydrogenated 
OIL VASELINE light or heavy 
OLIVE fluid / dry 
Omega-3 powder or beads 
Ononide fluid / dry 
ORIGANO essential oil 
Ornithine - L hydrochloride 
ORTHOSIPHON fluid / cleaning / dyeing 
NETTLE fluid / dry / glycolic 
oxytetracycline hydrochloride 
Palmarosa essential oil 
pancreatin 4NF 
PAPAIN 1: 100 
RED POPPY fluid 
WAX SHEETS 52-54 ° 
PASSION fluid / cleaning / dyeing 
PATCHOULY essential oil 
BLACK PEPPER essential oil 
PEPSIN 1: 3000 
Petitgrain essential oil 
PILOCARPINE hydrochloride 
Hawkweed fluid / cleaning / dyeing 
PINE fluid / essential oil 
POLYETHYLENE 400 monostearate 
GRAPEFRUIT dry / essential oil 
Potassium ASPARTATE - DL 
potassium carbonate 
Potassium GLUCONATE 
Potassium iodide 
potassium metabisulphite 
Potassium orotate 
Potassium SORBATE 
Propolis liquid / dry / glycolic acid / dye 
Psyllium fluid / powder 
RHUBARB fluid / dry 
Copper chelate 
RANITIDINE hydrochloride 
Rhodiola Rosea here 
BLACKCURRANT fluid / dry 
Red yeast rice dry 
Rosa Canina fluid / dry 
ROSEMARY fluid / dry / essential oil 
RED Ponceaux 
RUSCO fluid / dry / glycolic acid / dye 
SABAL dry 
WHITE WILLOW fluid / dry 
SAGE OFFICINALE fluid / dry / essential oil 
CLARY essential oil 
ELDER fluid 
SAVORY essential oil 
Selenium proteinate 
SENNA fluid / dry 
synephrine TARTRATE 
SODIUM PHOSPHATE one-two-tribasic 
sodium iodide 
Sodium Hypochlorite solution 
Sodium hyposulphite 
Sodium hyaluronate solution 1% 
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate 
sodium metabisulphite 
Sodium pyroglutamate 
sodium sulphite 
Sorbitan oleate 
SORBITOL liquid or powder 
spermaceti SYNTHETIC 
SPIREA Ulmaria fluid / dry 
TA 3 ¨C TRIAC (acid triiodiotiroacetico) 
DANDELION fluid / cleaning / dyeing 
Tea Tree essential oil 
testosterone propionate 
GREEN TEA liquid / dry 
LINDEN fluid / dry / essential oil 
THYME WHITE essential oil 
COMMON THYME medium / dry 
DYE cantharides 
TURPENTINE essential oil 
triglycerides VARIOUS 
Trimebutine base or maleate 
TRIOXSALENE (Trioxsalen) 
TUIA essential oil 
TWEEN 20/60/80 
VALERIANA fluid / cleaning / dyeing 
Valine - L 
Verbena essential oil 
ROD D¡¯ORO fluid 
VETIVER essential oil 
Gentian violet 
VITAMIN B2 (ribloflavina) 
Vitamin B5 (calcium pantothenate) 
Hydrochloride VITAMIN B6 (pyridoxine) 
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) 
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 
Vitamin E acetate oil or dust 
Fat-soluble Vitamin F 
Vitamin H (biotin) 
VITAMIN H1 (p-amino benzoic acid) 
RED VINE fluid / dry 
GINGER essential oil 
ZINC orotate 
In the laboratory are the most advanced equipment for the production and the packaging is of solid pharmaceutical forms (capsules, tablets and powders in general) and liquid (creams, ointments, mouthwashes, syrups). 
The magistral preparations are medicinal products manufactured by the pharmacist tailored to the patient and, in the case of medicines, such preparations are subject to strict legislation and, except for a few cases, always require a prescription. 
At the pharmacy, you can prepare all types of drugs, from the simplest to the most complex. Of course, the pharmacy must be all¡¯altezza to ensure that the preparations are running, the quality required under existing regulations established by the Italian Pharmacopoeia. This quality is comparable to that provided senz¡¯altro dall¡¯industria. 
Depending on the type of preparation, its degree of complexity of the equipment present in the pharmacy and the waiting times for the delivery of the drug finished and validated are variable. Again the quality and compliance of the patient guide the work of all of us, always ready to fulfill your requests for galenicals the same day, often within minutes. 
In our pharmacy waiting times are approximately the following: 

Liquid preparations cold ½ hour 
Liquid preparations hot 2 hours 
Emulsions and suspensions ½ day 
Ointments and creams, cold ½ day 
Ointments and creams hot 1 days 
Powder made ​​from herbal teas ½ day 
Capsules ½ day 
To request Tablets 
Granules (homeopathic) According to request 
Suppositories and pessaries 2 days 
The prices of magistral preparations are strictly laid down by the National Medicines rate that is a legal act issued by the Ministry of Health. This text and any more clarification on the price can be obtained from the pharmacist at the time of booking. 
L ?? ARGAN or ARGANIA (Argania spinosa) is a tree that grows in Morocco, in the south-western areas in the plain of Souss. E ?? a hardy plant that lives up to 200 years and has adapted to the arid climate in Morocco. The fruit is a berry oval yellow-brown which contains a nut extremely hard, inside which there are three "cores". One tree produces about 8 kg per year. The leaves are dark green and leathery, are used for food for camels and goats. The latter did not hesitate to climb on the branches to muff dive. The Berber people of the Atlas has always used the OIL ARGANper its virtues food and cosmetic industries. 
There are two types of ARGAN OIL depending on whether or not the kernels are roasted before use ??. ?? The cosmetic oil, more ?? clear, it is used by applying it to the skin and hair. ?? The cooking oil is darker and stronger flavor due to roasting the seeds is used in cooking and is offered to guests with honey, like tea, by the Berber people. 
L ?? ARGAN OIL is used for its emollient, moisturizing and highly elastic, stimulates cell renewal and is used for massage as a muscle relaxant. The beneficial properties of this precious oil have been known for centuries, Berber women use it always for the beauty of their bodies and their hair, to slow down the traditional signs of aging ??. Even science has recently acknowledged at ?? ARGAN OIL excellent antioxidant properties. It is used more and more frequently in anti-aging cosmetic preparations. 
To get a quart of ARGAN OIL takes 100 kg of kernels, which explains the high cost of the product. 

PROPERTY ': L ?? ARGAN OIL is rich in linoleic acid, vitamins E and A, ?? valuable allies against skin aging. It also has healing properties and protects the skin from external aggressions by neutralizing free radicals. Also recommended to nourish devitalized hair, strengthen nails, loosen tense muscles and nourish very dry skin. 

USE: Use pure massage gently on the skin of the face and body. 
"Once upon a time pharmacist with mortar and sling ..." any of their advanced age could not believe the "story" that tells the time in which the man with the white coat that now moves between hundreds pre-medication, up to forty years ago it was surrounded only by jars and bottles filled with powders and could not do without those tools then you need to practice their professions. 

After the boom of the pharmaceutical industry, in fact, the restricted area in pharmacy preparations, or the pharmaceutics laboratory, has been reduced, in some cases, even a small feast (dusty) with the only equipment required by law. 

Today, more welfare needs and awareness of the pharmacist to be able to put all their knowledge of the drug in the service of health, led him to return to apparently back in time, certainly inheriting the ancient art of the apothecary trainer, but in accordance with the modern rules of Good Preparation. 

In the preparation of galenic pharmacy today certainly does not find its raison d'être in the preparation of medicinal products similar to those produced industrially. 

The pharmaceutics Master has its therapeutic importance because it allows the patient to have a tailor-made drug coverage, that is suited to individual needs, even if the industry does not produce it. 

The reasons that may lead your doctor to prescribe a masterful pharmaceutics are different. 

When there is the need to vary over time or the dose of having to establish ad hoc for the individual patient, it is evident that the drug industry, which is marketed only in standard dosage forms, can not fully satisfy the need of the therapeutic individual patient, and the pharmacist only has the means to do so. 

Do not underestimate the advantage of preparation in unit dosage amount of necessary drug therapy for particularly unstable. The chemical or physical instability of an active substance does not allow the pharmaceutical industry to produce industrially because of the time of marketing, as opposed to extemporaneous preparation in a pharmacy that is being used in a time immediately after the preparation. 

With the pharmaceutics, moreover, can be modified appropriately excipients (ie those inert substances that are added to the active substance in the majority of cases in quantities far higher than the same, necessary for the preparation of the pharmaceutical form desired -capsule, tablets , solutions, ointments etc.-). if those in the industrial product determine allergies or intolerances (typical is lactose intolerance).

The laboratory Galenic pharmacy is also equipped for the preparation of so-called cosmeceuticals or preparations between cosmetics and pharmaceuticals capable of acting on skin or skin appendages purposes Cosmetic (salicylic acid, glycolic acid, the acid kojco, trichloroacetic acid as exfoliants, collagen, as a moisturizer, urea at high concentration as a powerful keratolytic, etc.). 

The same applies to substances used as food supplements with the usual benefit of the customization both qualitative and quantitative, as with nutritional value. 

In the final analysis, but not least, do not forget the possibility of setting up the pharmacy preparation coidetti Orphan Drugs, orphan drugs, that those drugs for the treatment of rare diseases, or all those medicines that are not produced industry as unprofitable. 

With the knowledge that they have taken in the drawer a valuable tool with which to give even more in the service of health, the pharmacist adds to the ongoing commitment to advise and also with wise conscience refuse a drug, its ability to create the medicine to measure. 
When we go into a pharmacy today, we often find ourselves in an aseptic environment throughout the crystals, steel, mirrors, ants, Plexiglas, while powerful halogen lights illuminate day counters PVC, cabinets ?? d aluminum doors from the gate and shelves lacquered iron . 
Fortunately, somewhere still resist many pharmacies which, although now equipped with every comfort, they have been maintained the old look ?? typical of these workshops, which in times long distant were considered the most important of any city or town. 
But if today the stories pharmacies sell not only medicines but also shoes, toys, girdles, cosmetics, perfumes and bijou is not a sign of progress, but to return to basics. 

It is known that among the seven major guilds medieval Italian, one of the most important ?? along with that of the Wool and Silk ?? was that of Physicians and Apothecaries, today's pharmacists, in fact; but maybe not everyone is aware that this depended minor arts, such as the Battiori (who worked the gold ??) and many trades: Bicchierai, Boscalieri, Stationers, Booksellers, Mascherai (manufacturers of masks), crockeries, Pettinagnoli and so on. 
There were several famous men enrolled at ?? Art of Physicians and Apothecaries; remember Dante, Leon Battista Alberti and Marsilio Ficino. Even Painters / Painters (as Guasparre from Volterra in 1440 he painted the windows of Santa Maria del Fiore, or Alessandro Fiorentino, author of the wonderful window of the choir of Santa Maria Novella) depended, by registering, from this ?? art for the preparation of their colors, as well as the copyists, the writers and the first Typographers who needed to inks. 
Consequently, all those who were involved in the composition of the books (Bookbinders, Engravers, workers in leather and parchment) were enrolled and subjected to the strict laws of the Statute of that ?? Art. 

(Carthusian Monastery) 
In the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries (but up to the eighteenth century, when they were replaced by coffee) to the Apothecary shop ?? ?? was the official meeting of the characters learned and wise, but also of penniless students and stylish loafers who gathered there to discuss the news of the day, to listen to their new social and political (including gossip) and spend time sipping, just as in a bar, some delicious liqueur. 
And until not long ago, in the countries, it was undisputed that the authorities in pharmacy which parish priest, mayor, Doctor, Marshal of the police, met with the pharmacist to discuss politics, local issues, if not just to make a game cards ?? 
Returning to our discussion, even every monastery, every monastery had its own Apothecary (some still exist), which distributed free medicines to the poor and manufactured liquors and syrups (curative but delicious) whose recipe was secret. 
Of course then the medical science was still at a basic level, often led by the popular superstition; For example, he believed in the virtues of precious stones so that the poor man of Lorenzo de ?? Doctors, When ?? was dying, as the supreme attempt to save his private doctors made ​​him drink a decoction of pearls and rubies crushed and pulverized ?? 

The shops of Apothecaries generally consisted of two rooms; the first was exhibited and sold the goods and the second was the laboratory where they were prepared medications. 
They were furnished with extreme elegance, which often bordered on luxury; walls painted with frescoes or lined with tapestries, leather printed and gilded, inlaid wood and thick shelves overflowing with beautiful potted painted majolica. 
Around the walls were long benches, where customers could sit down, while a large carpet covered the floor. 
In addition to medicines, the Apothecaries sold items considered luxury; perfumed gloves, books fragrant essences, fruits and candied flowers, bon bon, toilet items or gifts and fine ceramics tableware, such as the so-called puerperal services ?? ?? flowers and gold, which were used to ladies ?? quand were bedridden since birth. In this regard, in Santa Maria Novella, in Ghirlandaio's fresco ?? titled Birth of St. John the Baptist, there is a maid who went to the edge of the bed of the mother is one of these services complete with tray, bowl, soup tureen and cup finely decorated . 

In the middle of the main room of Pharmacy, c ?? it was a long, massive desk with doors covered by a myriad of pots, potties and jars containing ointments, vials, little bottles and cups for tasting ?? ??. 
On the shelves were lined wall saplings, long vessels with a stopper so called because they were originally made ​​from poplar wood; some were clay, others in the end and decorated majolica colors ranging from green to yellow to blue: each was painted on the name of the goods contained, usually herbs, spices, candied fruit, windfall, dates, dried herbs and so on. 
Instead, on the lower shelves were stacked in order ?? bell boxes round or oval painted wood, carved metal, inlaid ivory, or lined with velvet, damask, leather, which were used to store brushes, combs, ribbons, sponges and various toiletry items. Under the shelves, large earthenware jars full of decoctions and infusions ?? ready for use; and all (vials, trees, vases, boxes ??) had around a silk ribbon on which was painted the name of the Apothecary. 

(Old Pharmacy Serristori) 
But what especially attracted Pharmacy in men and women, were the smells, the goods in vogue then you want to vanity, either because of the belief that they warded off the evil effluvia of the many pestilential epidemics in that period funestavano ?? s Italian, either for cleansing the body and the roads were not that great and the scent hiding many other scents. 
The perfumes costing dear; a Florentine chronicle relates that one bag ?? Essence of Eastern could reach the terrifying figure of 400 gold florins ??. The rarest, and then fashion came from Spain and were called ?? s Infante Isabella and Donna Fiorenza of ?? Ulhoe; and always a Spaniard, Eleanor of Toledo, introduced in Italy the fashion of perfumed gloves. 
Especially the Spezierie sold hundreds of BOCCHERI (or buccheri), consisting of earth and pastes odoriferous flowers and herbs forged in the form of small vessels; the finest came from Portugal, were black, baked and polished so that lucessero as ebony and then placed in water ??, scattered around a lovely smell. 
Similarly, the ladies used to keep hanging around his neck like a medallion, the small hollow where BOCCHERI came out drops of perfume in a fashion Greek and Pompeian who had already invented pierced earrings with pendant containing rare and dense woods which, with ?? the flowing of the head, fell to the drops thin neck and shoulders. 
And in any Pharmacy is also sold cunzieri, large pots filled with earth bucchero which were used to perfume the luxury apartments. 

But perfumes never ceased only on people or the environment; fashion gourmet (which lasted until the eighteenth century) imposing them as seasoning in food: in saporetts (sauces), rise up in the pan (a kind of biscuit), capon in jail (a kind of eggnog, and for some reason it was called so ??). 
There was no dish of meat or fish or vegetables, which was not thoroughly washed down with water ?? ?? rose, cedar, d ?? orange, violet and jasmine; but since it took well dosed for an experienced hand, that's the Spices are transformed in delis and Apothecaries cooks, taking care of even the funeral banquets crafting cakes and biscuits and sandwiches that were distributed to the guests sad. 
Always a Florentine Chronicle says that in 1365, for the funeral of a certain Mona Piera de ?? Values ​​Curonni, were paid to Giovanni Bertoldo, apothecary (chemist) in Florence, no less than 53 gold florins ??. 
It is not known if the Apothecaries are also grabbing refreshments for baptisms and weddings; I guess so, as I am sure (thanks to Genoese Chronicles of ?? 400) that, for them, the good Apothecaries were feverishly consulted by the couple (with separately) which ordered for the occasion ?? ?? ointments, syrups , et potioni other medicamenta able to invigorate, et gratify finally procreate ??. 
Particular attention and effort is devoted by the pharmacy, the development and expansion of the department dedicated to the preparation of ready Galenists. 
In our laboratory, modern and highly equipped, are already carried out daily preparations Galenical Custom, Magisterial and officinal in different pharmaceutical forms required by our customers on prescription. 
Rimedi fitoterapici in Capsule, Gocce e Sciroppi, miscele di Tinture Madri e Macerati glicerici, formulazioni semplici e complesse di Fiori di Bach, prodotti cosmetici e per l'igiene del corpo, sono solo alcuni esempi dell'impegno costantemente esercitato dalla nostra Farmacia nell'intento di fornire alla clientela un servizio sempre più completo ed altamente professionale. 
Il termine "Preparati Galenici" (dal nome di un medico della Grecia antica, Galeno, che per primo introdusse e diffuse l'allestimento di rimedi medicamentosi ottenuti miscelando diverse sostanze di base) sta ad indicare delle preparazioni realizzate direttamente in farmacia dal farmacista, in forma personalizzata per ogni specifico paziente. 
Tali preparati possono essere distinti in due diversi tipi: 
Preparati Magistrali: vengono allestiti in base ad una prescrizione redatta dal medico in forma di ricetta. 
Preparati Officinali: vengono allestiti sulla base di formulazioni registrate nella Farmacopea Ufficiale (F.U.) 
Alcuni esempi di nostre preparazioni officinali: 
- Capsule a base di Estratti Secchi: gli estratti secchi sono materie prime che si ottengono per estrazione dalle parti della pianta (dette droghe) in cui sono contenuti i principi attivi e rappresentano la forma più efficace e sicura per fruire delle loro proprietà. La nostra farmacia impiega estratti secchi titolati, cioè con una quantità dichiarata e garantita di un principio attivo o di un gruppo di principi attivi con struttura e attività simili. 
Utilizziamo solo sostanze e preparati vegetali ammessi dal Ministero della Salute (DM 9 Luglio 2012, ultimo aggiornamento 27 Marzo 2014) riportando l'uso corretto e gli effetti fisiologici secondo linee guida ministeriali. 
Qui di seguito sono citati solo alcuni degli estratti secchi che le dottoresse della farmacia utilizzano per allestire quotidianamente capsule, cartine, polveri composte partendo da materie prime che rispettano e rispondono a tutti i requisiti massimi di qualità, quantità, sicurezza ed efficacia. 
Alga spirulina: Arthrospira platensis. E' un'alga azzurra unicellulare. Nonostante rientri nella categoria delle alghe azzurre la spirulina è di colore verde scuro grazie all'abbondante presenza della clorofilla. Il nome spirulina deriva dalla sua forma a spirale. E' particolarmente ricca di proteine, amminoacidi essenziali e lipidi. EFFETTI FISIOLOGICI: ottimo integratore di vitamine e sali minerali negli sportivi poiché sostiene la produzione di energia durante uno sforzo muscolare molto intenso. Assunta prima dei pasti accelera la comparsa del senso di sazietà. L'elevatissimo contenuto proteico rende questo prodotto di prima scelta nelle diete vegane e vegetariane. 
Artiglio del diavolo: Harpagophitum procumbens. E' una pianta originaria dell'Africa meridionale. Questo nome particolare deriva dai piccoli uncini presenti sul frutto della pianta. Esplica un'azione anti-infiammatoria. EFFETTI FISIOLOGICI: i suoi impieghi tradizionali trovano spazio nella cura del mal di schiena, dolori al collo, artrite reumatoide, artrite ossea e tendinite. Come tutti gli anti-infiammatori non devono essere utilizzati in caso di ulcere gastriche o duodenali. 
Cardo mariano: Silybum marianum. E' una pianta diffusa in tutte le regioni del Mediterraneo dal livello del mare fino alla zona submontana. EFFETTI FISIOLOGICI: dai suoi acheni si estrae la silimarina, una miscela di flavonolignani noti per le loro proprietà depurative e protettive sul fegato, viene dunque utilizzato in tutte le epatopatie in cui sia rilevato un danno anatomo-funzionale. Ha un'azione rigeneratrice nei confronti della cellula epatica e la rende più resistente agli agenti epatotossici. E' inoltre un efficace antiossidante. 
Echinacea: Echinacea angustifolia. Vi sono nove specie d'interesse ornamentale ed erboristico, tanto che in passato vi era molta confusione sulla nomenclatura a causa delle loro simili caratteristiche, proprietà e forti somiglianze morfologiche. Solo da poco, attraverso uno studio approfondito delle loro basi biochimiche, si è riusciti a differenziarle. EFFETTI FISIOLOGICI: immunostimolante e antivirale per la cura e prevenzione delle affezioni influenzali e del raffreddore. 
Ginkgo biloba: il termine "Ginkgo" deriva dal giapponese Yin-Kuo che significa albicocca d'oro; "biloba" invece si riferisce alla forma della foglia bilobata. EFFETTI FISIOLOGICI: insufficienza venosa degli arti inferiori (varici o vene varicose), disturbi della permeabilità capillare periferica (cellulite, ritenzione idrica), effetti positivi sulla memoria e sull'apprendimento grazie all'aumento della circolazione sanguigna a livello cerebrale. Apprezzate proprietà antiossidanti. 
Iperico: Hypericum perforatum. I suoi fiori giallo-oro sono riuniti in pannocchie che raggiungono la fioritura massima verso il 24 di Giugno, ricorrenza di San Giovanni, da cui il nome popolare di "erba di San Giovanni". EFFETTI FISIOLOGICI: vero e proprio farmaco nel trattamento delle depressioni lievi. Le molecole attive principalmente coinvolte nel trattamento della depressione sono l'ipericina,l'iperforina e i flavonoidi e sembrano inibire la ricaptazione di serotonina, noradrenalina, dopamina e del GABA a livello cerebrale. Associato ad altri prodotti funziona per il trattamento fitoterapico di alcune forme d'ansia. 
Olio di borragine: Borrago officinalis. L'olio di semi di borragine rappresenta la fonte per eccellenza di acido gamma linoleico (GLA), un acido grasso semiessenziale appartenente alla famiglia degli omega6. Normalmente sintetizzato dall'organismo a partire dall'acido linoleico rischia di essere prodotto in quantità non sufficienti nel corso di svariate patologie che presentano un'alterazione dell'enzima che lo converte in GLA così come durante l'invecchiamento. EFFETTI FISIOLOGICI: proprietà eudermiche e immunostimolanti, cioè migliora la salute della pelle e delle unghie, utilizzato in caso di psoriasi ed eczemi. Utile nel controllo dell'ipercolesterolemia e dell'ipertensione arteriosa. 
Omega3: EPA e DHA (acido eicosapentaenoico e docosaesaenoico). E' un olio ricavato dai prodotti di scarto (teste, code, interiora) dei pesci come il merluzzo, la trota, il salmone e il tonno, in precedenza lavorati e ripuliti. E' un olio ricco di sostanze essenziali per il corretto funzionamento dell'organismo. EFFETTI FISIOLOGICI: sono gli acidi grassi polinsaturi che lo rendono efficace sia a livello cardiovascolare, evitando l'accumulo dei trigliceridi nel sangue e veicolando il trasporto del colesterolo dal sangue verso i tessuti, sia a livello cerebrale preservando i riflessi e la memoria. Inoltre presenta un elevato contenuto vitaminico, recando così benefici alla vista, ai reni, alle articolazioni, ai capelli e alle unghie. 
Psillio: Plantago psyllium. E' una pianta erbacea annuale coltivata soprattutto in Iran, India, Pakistan e negli Stati Uniti d'America. Migliora l'efficienza intestinale con piena sicurezza ed efficacia, effetto emolliente, lubrificante e protettivo per le mucose, vanta ottime proprietà prebiotiche. Per questi motivi lo psillio è ingrediente comune di alcuni cereali per la prima colazione, ma anche un elemento importante d'integratori alimentari e farmaci di largo impiego, come normalizzatori delle funzioni intestinali o come lassativi. 
- Tinture Madri: le TM, a differenza degli estratti secchi, sono realizzate utilizzando la pianta fresca permettendo cosi una maggiore fedeltà estrattiva del fitocomplesso nel suo insieme e la massima qualità e quantità dei principi attivi è conservata grazie al processo di macerazione alcolica. 
Le TM che utilizziamo, oltre a essere dispensate singolarmente, possono essere miscelate tra di loro, secondo formulazioni accuratamente studiate. Le formulazioni che più hanno soddisfatto la nostra clientela sono i Drenanti, utilizzati soprattutto da chi soffre di ritenzione idrica o da chi già assume prodotti con diversi effetti biologici sull'organismo come i prodotti dimagranti o formulazioni a base di estratto secco di Silybum Marianum (Cardo Mariano), consigliato soprattutto ai portatori di patologie epatiche di lieve entità riconducibili a una dieta squilibrata o al consumo eccessivo di bevande alcoliche o di alimenti poco tollerati dall'organismo e che spesso sono la causa d'intolleranze alimentari. 
Alcuni esempi di tinture sempre disponibili nella nostra farmacia: 
Aesculus ippocastanum (ippocastano), per la circolazione venosa 
Betulla, drenante 
Biancospino, antiipertensivo 
Calendula, lenitiva, cicatrizzante 
Carciofo, depurativo 
Centella, fragilità capillare 
Echinacea, adattogeno 
Escoltzia, sedativo, ipnoinducente 
Fucus, aumenta il metabolismo 
Pilosella, diuretico 
Propoli, antibiotico naturale 
Tarassaco, depuraivo e drenante 
Uva ursina, disinfettante urinario 
- Macerati Glicerici: i MG, come le TM, sono preparazioni in forma liquida. Si utilizzano tessuti freschi vegetali come gemme e germogli ripuliti e triturati e in seguito posti a macerazione, all'interno di un contenitore,con alcol e glicerina (1:20) .Sono stati evidenziati nei tessuti embrionali vegetali dei componenti come le auxine e le giberelline, dei fattori di crescita, degli enzimi, delle proteine e degli acidi nucleici (DNA, RNA) rilevati, invece, solo in tracce nelle parti adulte della pianta. 
Alcuni esempi di Macerati sempre presenti nella nostra farmacia: 
Betulla, immunostimolante e drenante 
Biancospino, ansia e tachicardia 
Ficus, carminativo 
Ribes nigrum, cortisonico naturale 
Rosmarino, problemi alle vie biliari 
Tilia tomentosa, azione sedativa generale e antispasmodica 
Vitis vinifera (vite), depurativo e diuretico 
- Estratti fluidi: la Farmacopea Ufficiale definisce gli EF come preparazioni concentrate ottenute da materie prime essiccate. Gli estratti fluidi sono preparati scaldando la parte della pianta che interessa con acqua o alcool ottenendo poi una soluzione contenente la stessa quantità di principio attivo contenuta nella pianta. Gli estratti fluidi hanno una concentrazione dieci volte maggiore rispetto alle tinture, però per i principi attivi termolabili la preparazione ottimale è sempre la tintura. La formulazione a base di pilosella, betulla, ortosiphon e ginepro che da noi si può facilmente reperire è ottimale per chi desiderasse un'azione diuretica e depurativa; l'ortosiphon, inoltre, favorisce l'eliminazione di acido urico. 
- Creme, Gel, Pomate e Schiume: la maggior parte delle preparazioni a uso topico sono allestite nel nostro laboratorio galenico previa prescrizione medica. Sono molti i medici di medicina generale, dermatologi, chirurghi nell'ambito della medicina estetica che si rivolgono a noi per il trattamento di numerose patologie della pelle, come la cuperose e le iperpigmentazioni cutanee legate all'invecchiamento della pelle; affezioni del cuoio capelluto come la calvizie, psoriasi, dermatite seborroica, cute secca; patologie articolari di natura reumatica e/o muscolare. Sviluppiamo trattamenti locali per la cura e la bellezza del proprio corpo senza obbligo di ricetta medica come i gel e le creme rassodanti, anticellulite e drenanti. Utilizziamo creme base di elevata qualità e sistemi liposomiali in grado di veicolare numerosi principi attivi negli strati più profondi del derma. 
- creme a base di escina, centella asiatica, vitis vinifera, bromelina sono consigliate soprattutto a chi desiderasse un effetto drenante, protettivo sul microcircolo, anticellulite e rimodellante della pelle. 
- gel a base di arnica montana, salice e artiglio del diavolo per chi ricercasse un effetto antiinfiammatorio naturale. 
- pomate a base di metile salicilato, un potente vasodilatatore cutaneo, utilizzato nel trattamento del dolore muscolare e articolare. Una grossa percentuale è metabolizzata in acido acetilsalicilico. 
- schiume e soluzioni al minoxidil 5% per ridurre la caduta dei capelli favorendone la ricrescita. 
Concludiamo ricordandovi che tutte le preparazioni sono allestite facendo riferimento alle Norme di Buona Preparazione o al Decreto Ministeriale 309/90 e che le dosi abituali e massime dei medicinali, oltre le quali il farmacista non può allestire salvo in caso di dichiarazione speciale del medico, sono elencate nella tabella 8 della F.U. I prezzi delle preparazioni galeniche non sono stabiliti arbitrariamente dalla farmacia ma sono rigorosamente codificati dalla legge e indicati nella Tariffa Nazionale dei Medicinali, testo redatto e pubblicato dal Ministero della Salute e consultabile in farmacia. 
In base alla complessità delle preparazioni, i tempi di attesa per la consegna di un preparato galenico possono essere variabili; tuttavia il nostro laboratorio garantisce brevi tempi di realizzazione nel rispetto dei più elevati standard di qualità. 
Altre informazioni (indicazioni terapeutiche, disponibilità delle varie sostanze, controllo delle dosi), saranno prontamente fornite da personale laureato e altamente qualificato. 
La Farmacia Bresciani è specializzata in preparazioni galeniche. 
Il termine ??Preparati Galenici?? (dal nome di un medico della Grecia antica, Galeno, che per primo introdusse e diffuse l??allestimento di rimedi medicamentosi ottenuti miscelando diverse sostanze di base) sta ad indicare le preparazioni realizzate direttamente in Farmacia dal Farmacista, in forma personalizzata per ogni specifico paziente. 
We carry: 
preparations on prescription 
(magistral preparations) 
preparations listed on the European Pharmacopoeia 
(preparazioni officinali)Preparate tenendo conto delle esigenze del singolo individuo, le nostre preparazioni sono utili per sentirsi meglio e per prevenire eventuali disturbi come cistite, aria nella pancia, perdita di capelli, colite, acne, disturbi della menopausa, osteoporosi, stress, depressione, ansia. 
Con galenica si intende la preparazione di farmaci (il cosiddetto farmaco galenico) e rimedi a partire da droghe grezze o sostanze chimiche e sostanze ausiliarie, allestiti dal farmacista nel laboratorio della farmacia. Il nome proviene da Galenus, un medico antico. 
Galenica tradizionale 
La galenica tradizionale era l??arte degli speziali come intermediari tra medici e ammalati e terapisti, visto che i rimedi fitoterapici erano praticamente gli unici rimedi disponibili. 
La galenica remota trattava grossolanamente cinque temi principali: 
Parti di piante ed erbe utilizzabili come rimedi grazie alle loro sostanze farmaceuticamente attive e le loro proprietà terapeutiche. Era il regno di medici e farmacisti 
Formalismo della ricettazione per evitare confusioni tra le persone coinvolte nei processi di trasformazione a di applicazione. 
La raccolta di erbe e la loro elaborazione in droghe grezze era maggiormente fatto da erboristi, speziali e droghisti. 
La preparazione di rimedi, spesso composti era maggiormente curato dagli speziali 
L??applicazione del rimedio era spesso fatto dall??utente stesso o dal terapista su prescrizione del medico tramite il farmacista.
In particular, the pharmacist can still have a lab that is set up with equipment, tools and materials listed in Table 6 of the Official Pharmacopoeia, .adeguati the number and nature of the preparations customarily performed. 

Galenicals masterful (Article 1. D.Lvo178 / 91; artt.37, 38 RD1706 / 38, Law 388/2000 art.87) 

The galenic preparations that are masterful pharmacist in a pharmacy run extemporaneously "secundum artem" following the doctor's prescription expressly states that the quality and quantity of each component by adapting the formulation to the specific needs of his patient and, in any case, according to the latest provisions on "informed consent" and the limitations and the obligations created by the recent Law 04/08/98 # 94. 

Galenicals herbs 

The galenic preparations are medicinal pharmaceutical preparations are prepared using the formulas provided by the FU and may not be sold under different name from the one on FU. 

These are products whose quantitative composition is expressly provided for in the National Formulary of FU which shows, inter alia, notes relating to the mode of preparation, the identification of the substances, their preservation and, in certain cases, at the time of therapeutic validity (expiration). 

Such formulations are frequently borrowed from foreign pharmacopoeias or coded officially entitled to use it as frequent and widespread as to have actually established over time. 

In accordance with the provisions of the Standards of Good Preparation (NBP) Pharmacists shall record labels and affix to the containers or wrappers Medicines 

the date of posting; 

l¡¯indicazione qualitative and quantitative composition of the remedy, as reported on the prescription; 

the dose of administration; 

the price charged, stating specifically: 

l¡¯importo total of substances; 

l¡¯importo overall professional fees; 

the cost of the container, when it is provided by the pharmacist. 

Pharmacists also clearly indicate whether the remedy is used for outdoor, indoor, hypodermic or intravenous; if it is to be used in drops; and when it is poisonous substances that must be highlighted with suitable external sign very visible. 

Finally, they observed all the specific provisions laid down for certain medicinal products, provided by the FU or specific measures. 

Our laboratory has many years of experience in the field of galenic preparations masterful and herbs from the simplest to the most complex, and is able to set up quickly preparations required to COMPETITIVE PRICES. 

Of all the preparations set up daily by our technical staff under the supervision of Dr. Sandro is of particular importance are those listed for DIET SCHEME aimed at reducing body weight, or supplementation dell¡¯attività sportsmen, etc .; those for dermatological use as creams and ointments for psoriasis, for skin thickening, for mycosis, for dermatitis, etc .; those for Cosmetic use against the effects of free radicals, dell¡¯inquinamento, dell¡¯invecchiamento; The herbal preparations, such as preventing hair loss; and also all galenic preparations included in the therapy BELLA prepared in the pharmacy as not available in strengths and pharmaceutical forms required by the therapy. 


Our laboratory is equipped with the most sophisticated equipment with which they operate pharmacists and laboratory technicians highly specialized in the production and packaging of both solid dosage forms (capsules, tablets and powders in general) and liquid (creams, ointments, mouthwashes, teas, syrups, etc.). 

Depending on the type of preparation, its degree of complexity of the equipment present in the pharmacy and the waiting times for the delivery of the drug finished and validated are variable, but also in this case the quality and compliance of the patient guide the work of all we are always ready to fulfill your requests for galenicals the same day, often within minutes.
All are well aware of the extraordinary qualities of garlic in the kitchen. But those who know her as rather extraordinary properties in health? Some of the beneficial effects of garlic were already known to the ancient Egyptians who used commonly, and in large quantities, such as anti-fatigue remedy. In the later Middle Ages, garlic was credited with the power to drive even the devil, so much so that it was used in magic potions. 
What is the core of truth in the old legends? Today, science tells us that this small perennial herb that belongs to the lily family and native to Central Asia, has a positive effect on the circulatory system. That helps to fight the dreaded enemies who are now, more than ever, one of the main causes dell''ictus, infarction and other serious cardiovascular diseases: cholesterol and other fats that accumulate in the blood. Cholesterol and fats fact, if present in large quantities, can be layered, with time, on the inner surface of blood vessels, giving rise to so-called atherosclerotic plaques. 
The blood, hampered by these formations, flows more slowly and with difficulty while the heart, in order to achieve adequate oxygen to organs and tissues, it is forced on too much work, with all that that entails: fatigue and risk of disease. 
The situation worsens if the platelets, or particles responsible for clotting of the blood, they begin to aggregate: it increases the blood density and circulates more slowly. Of course, in order to combat radical these problems, you should change your eating habits and lifestyle; however, can come to our aid a seedling of daily use: garlic. 
The bulb fresh garlic it contains a special substance called alliin. 
The molecule dell'alliina yes quickly transformed into another substance, I'allicina, which has the valuable property of reducing the amount of fat and cholesterol in the blood and to prevent the aggregation of platelets. In addition, allicin dilates blood vessels, reducing blood pressure. The blood can return it to flow freely and the heart has to work. 
Garlic is therefore very well. But what does that mean? What to keep us healthy we should eat every day spaghetti aglio e olio or garlic bread? For the fortune of all those at the table that do not have an unbridled passion for garlic the answer is no. Numerous clinical studies have indeed shown that garlic exerts its beneficial effects on the body if taken in the form of dry extract. A small daily dose (500, 600 mg) taken for at least three consecutive months is more than enough to carry a good cardiovascular protection, provided, however, the extract is, as we say in technical language, titrated to at least 1% alliin. 
This little phrase, which will probably written in small on the package, contains in fact a question of great importance: in fact, indicates the percentage of alliin present in garlic dry, ie the percentage of the substance in which (through the allicin which is the its direct derivative) are actually focused the talents health benefits of garlic. A garlic without alliin would not help. Indeed, because the garlic goes exert its beneficial effects in an optimal way, the percentage of alliin should not be less than 1%. 
But in fact, in garlic dry, this percentage is not fixed, but can vary from extract to extract. So be careful when you choose your garlic: Do not take the first one that will happen, but ask your pharmacist and especially carefully read the directions on the package. Remember that if you buy a type of garlic alliin low risk then having to consume a disproportionate amount to be able to enjoy its benefits. And if at first it will seem even to save, you will discover with time instead of spending a lot more, because the results will start showing up and you will continue to make the therapy more than necessary. Another tip: pay attention to the dry extract of garlic odorless and tasteless. Maybe someone will advise you flashed before making the illusion that the benefits of the dry extract of garlic can be separated from its features less pleasant (at least for some). In fact it is not: allicin, that is, as we have seen, the substance that is derived directly dall'allíina, is also responsible for the characteristic scent of our plant. So if you happen to try a dry extract of garlic odorless and tasteless, it means that 1¡¯allicina is absent, or too little, or has deteriorated, and so we are in the presence of garlic, so to speak, not "active "Or, there may happen to find in the presence of a garlic allicin where there is, but in proportion insufficient. Even in this case, the cure may not give the expected results, unless, for introducing a sufficient quantity of allicin, not trangugiate half of the product packaging! 
This solution not only uncomfortable, it is economically unattractive. In fact, it often happens that different products based on garlic present prices very similar, regardless of the content of active substances. It is very important to carefully choose the product and, above all, do not think that all the extracts of this plant are equally effective. 
A truly effective garlic, allicin which is present in the right proportion, also has other valuable property, as well as to protect our veins and our arteries. Allicin it also exerts an effective disinfectant against viruses, bacteria and fungi present in the intestines and urinary tract. What can I say more? Garlic is a healthy food and can be consumed by everyone, at any age. 
There are few cases where it is not recommended, and that here for the sake remember: it is better not to take garlic in the presence of gastric and duodenal ulcer, if you are already taking blood thinning medications (garlic fact, as we have seen, it helps to make the blood more fluid) and, of course, in the presence of particular intolerances. 

Burdock, Artichoke dry extract 
One or two capsules before each meal 
uric acid 
Dandelion, birch solids 
One or two capsules per day of either 
Verbena Fennel and dry blended at 50% 
2 to 3 capsules after lunch and after dinner for a month and then as needed 
Concentrated alcoholic extract of propolis 
Toccature twice a day with? Pure extract 
Fennel dry 
2 capsules daily after meals 
physical and mental 
Ginseng dry extract 
Guaran? dry 
Siberian Ginseng extr. dry 
2 capsules at breakfast 
2 capsules at breakfast 
2 capsules per day 
Blackcurrant dry 
1 capsule in the morning 
1 capsule in the afternoon 
Hay greek dry 
Guarana, royal jelly and soy lecithin 
1 capsule with each meal 
2 capsules with each meal 
Valerian dry extract 
Escolzia dry 
Passion flower tincture 
2 capsules in the morning and afternoon 
2 capsules in the morning and afternoon 
30 drops three times a day 
Aloe vera dry extract 
Devil's claw east. sec. 
2-3 capsules per day 
2-3 capsules per day 
Devil's claw east. sec. 
Blackcurrant dry 
Horsetail extract dry 
2 capsules per day 
2 capsules per day 
2 capsules per day 
Bronchial Asthma 
Blackcurrant dry 
Passion flower tincture 
2 capsules in the morning and afternoon 
50 drops twice a day 
Adjuvant Traditional 
Method of administration 
Propolis syrup and balsamic plants 
2/3 tablespoons per day 
bUN bUN 
Birch mother tincture 
50 drops twice a day 
Artichoke dry extract 
Dandelion dry extract 
2 capsules before each meal 
Birch macerated idralcool. 
Bearberry macerated Idral. 
50 drops twice a day 
HAIR (fall) 
Horsetail extr. dry 
Nettle macerated idralcolico 
2 capsules at breakfast 
40 drops three times a day 
Bilberry dried extract 
2 capsules per day 
Artichoke tincture 
Dandelion dry extract 
Bearberry extract dry 
30 drops three times a day 
2 cps before 3 meals 
Aloe vera juice 
Psyllium dry 
A tablespoon of the first three meals 
3 capsules a day with meals 
Siberian Ginseng extr. dry 
Oats soaked idralcolico 
2 cps morning and afternoon 
40/50 drops at breakfast 
Centella dry 
Bilberry dried extract 
3 capsules a day between meals 
Horsetail extract dry 
4 capsules a day 
St. John's Wort dry extract 
Ginseng mother tincture 
2 capsules per day 
40 drops at breakfast 
Gymnema dry 
Garcinia dry 
Olivo dry 
3 capsules, for a type, three times a day 
Bilberry dried extract 
2 cps 3 times per day 
Adjuvant Traditional 
Method of administration 
Digestion slow 
Pineapple dry 
Artichoke dry extract 
1 capsule after the three meals 
Centella dry 
Bilberry dried extract 
Gel composed of local use 
3 capsules a day 
3 capsules a day 
Apply 2 times a day 
Carrot dry 
Arnica gel outside 
2 cps more times a day 
3 or more applications per day 
Propolis dry extract 
Propolis extract glycerine 
2 cps three times a day 
a teaspoon for mouthwash three times a day 
FRAGILE? capillary 
Centella dry 
Bilberry dried extract 
3 capsules a day 
LEGS heavy 
Red vine dry 
Witch hazel soaked idralc. 
3 capsules a day with meals 
30 drops 3 times a day 
Aloe vera juice 
A spoon of three meals and one before bedtime 
SWELLING abdominal 
activated carbon 
Fennel dry 
3 capsules a day after meals 
Echinacea dry extract 
White willow extract dry 
2 cps twice daily 
Escolzia dry 
Valerian dry extract 
1 cps 3 times daily 
2 cps at bedtime 
FAILURE biliary 
Dandelion dry extract 
2 cps before the three meals 
AGING early 
Gingko biloba dry extract 
2 cps 3 times per day 
Garlic dry 
Hawthorn dry 
Olivo dry 
2 cps at every meal 
Guarana extract dry 
Siberian ginseng dry extract 
3 capsules a day with meals 
Sore throat 
Propolis dry extract 
Propolis extract glycerine 
2 cps three times a day 
a teaspoon for mouthwash three times a day 
Valerian dry extract 
Melissa macerated idralcolico 
2 caps as needed 
40 drops more times a day 
Lavender macerated idralcolico 
Arpagophytum dry 
50 drops 3 times a day 
1 cps 3 times daily 
MEMORY (decrease) 
Gingko biloba dry extract 
3 capsules a day with meals 
Sage dry 
Passion flower dry extract 
3 capsules a day with meals 
MENSTRUAL irregular 
Calendula dry 
3 capsules a day 
activated carbon 
Fennel dry 
3 cps at meals 
Escolzia dry 
Melissa dry 
Passion flower dry extract 
3 capsules a day 
Horsetail extract dry 
3 capsules a day 
Hawthorn dry 
3 capsules a day 
Blackcurrant dry 
3 capsules a day 
PROSTATE (prostatitis) 
Bearberry extract dry 
Zinc, Selenium 
3 CPSE day 
Blackcurrant dry 
3 capsules a day 
Escolzia dry 
Burdock dry 
Milk thistle extract century. 
3 capsules a day with meals 
Multiple Sclerosis and Neuromuscular Disorders 

Our Galenic Laboratory for several years worked actively for the treatment of multiple sclerosis and neuromuscular disorders. 

We are specialized in the preparation of: 

4-aminopyridine as prescription (PDF) 
NALTREXONE (LDN) capsules as prescription (PDF) 
NALTREXONE solution (2.5mg / ml) doses (PDF) as prescription (PDF) 
3,4-diaminopyridine as prescription (PDF) 
LIPOIC acid (thioctic) 
nervonic acid 
Calcium carbonate and Magnesium chelate 
L-acetylcarnitine as prescription (PDF) 
DANTROLENE SODIUM (ex Dantrium) as prescription (PDF) 
epigallocatechin gallate 

The dosage and the number of capsules / flaconicini are indicated by the specialist according to individual needs. 

The raw materials we use are the sole European production and the Certificate of Analysis guarantees its quality. 
The excipients used follow the guidelines set out in the experiments (Avicel for LDN capsules). 

Dr. Robert Marrocchesi illustrates some special recipe made ​​by Chinese diet that may help to tone up the energy. 

Female fertility has specific rules and triumphs over time of the hormones of the beautiful curves and smooth skin, between puberty and half of vent¡¯anni, but still has some chances, increasingly declining, however, to the forty or so. The male has longer life, but it is not immune to incidents and not only related all¡¯età. 
Let's start with quest¡¯ultima,, better recognized only recently, perhaps due to the lower availability men to admit that something is wrong nell¡¯ambito the most virile of the many reasons d¡¯orgoglio. 
It is a vacuum Kidneys, Qi, Yin or Yang, visible on tired legs, poor motivation, indifference ¨C do not impotence! ¨C sex, language, fine and glossy. Doctors talk about sperm counts, motility not, poor semen ¡
Qi renal end with abuse itself not only in gender but also in excessive labor, excesses of nightlife, nell¡¯esposizione the cold, including cold drinks and foods, and excessive indulgence dessert. There are many herbs and compounds of animal origin to tone the kidney yin and kidney yang in TCM, such as the legendary deer horn, but I would like to propose un¡¯antica recipe for mushroom Cordyceps Militaris (I would not tell if you do not find l¡¯avessi and proven, it is what he did not win a few medals to the Chinese male and female athletes at the Olympics). 

The fungus Cordyceps Militaris is known for its powerful toning dell¡¯energia kidney; in Italy is at the pharmacy. If we use 10g / day in the recipe, to be repeated once a week, or 2-3 g / day in capsules whole mushroom, for prolonged periods. 
Preparation: Clean the insides preserving bones, head and fins, a big carp, tench or abalone or river. Join large chunks, carrot, leek and celeriac about 3 cups. With 2 tablespoons of Miso d¡¯orzo and some slices of fresh ginger as the only seasoning, cover with plenty of water and pressure cook for un¡¯ora or more, then open, add the dried mushrooms (10 to 30g according to fish size and effect desired) and simmer another 15 minutes. Adjust the flavor, not fat or oil, and serve hot. The fish will eat everything, including the bones and fins, now tender. 


Another possible prostatitis syndrome d¡¯infertilità is now also present in young men. In MEDIZINA Traditional Chinese is called Damp-Heat in the Lower Burner, with thirst, greasy tongue and yellow urine and feces smelling charges. Here, the strategy consists of cereals, fresh and lots of vegetables, ban sausage and baked starchy foods (hot and humid). Long thorough chewing, do not eat much at dinner, especially late at night. Sausage, cheese and dried as rich parmesan or blue cheese, smoked meats are the worst enemies of the prostate! 

One of the most common causes of this problem in women is a symptom called Endometriosis, a condition more or less severe when the uterine lining is hyperplastic and comes dall¡¯utero. This condition is associated, in Traditional Chinese Medicine, other syndromes almost always present together. 

With this name will highlight phenomena for which the blood ¡° hangs in Meridiani¡ ± while the latter also called phlegm is nothing but condensed liquids due to power and full fat dairy products. The woman is much more a victim of this accumulation umido¡ ± ¡° because it tends to stagnate in the lower abdomen, where the human female has the gonads inside. 
L¡¯approccio for dietary mucus, blood and liver in stagnation will be including special with movement and light, such as herbs or spices such as ginger root, sage and rosemary, vegetable protein also derived from soy (isoflavones which are valuable in the form of tofu, tempeh, and natto especially for menopausal women) and mobili¡ ± ¡° foods such as fish. 

It is cooked in a pan after prolonged soaking beans blacks (of soy even better) Azuki and Ceci. 
In order to facilitate the cooking starts a few inches of kombu seaweed or kelp, a couple of shitake mushrooms and cook for a long time, until everything becomes soft in plenty of water. You complete the cooking and salting three quarters of the time with the addition of vegetables to taste better ¨C carrot, leek and fennel, ginger slices and much soy sauce. 
Of course, for an effective treatment plan is needed not only total dietary covering exercises, massage, acupuncture, lifestyle, use of herbs and quant¡¯altro necessary for complete remission. 
The code of ethics of the profession of pharmacist at 'art. 7 provides that: 
The galenic preparation of medicines is restricted to the pharmacist at the pharmacy. 
The pharmacist in the preparation of medicines in pharmacies, is required to follow the procedures of preparation required by law, in order to ensure the quality as the basis of efficacy and safety. 
The galenic preparation, which may seem at first sight only a return to the past, contrary to its true place and importance as it allows the patient to have a medicinal product "custom" when, for various reasons, the pharmaceutical industry is not able to meet a particular need. 
The reasons that lead the doctor to prescribe a masterful pharmaceutics are different: 
the dosage should be changed over time, or established specifically for the patient, particularly in the elderly, in children, depending on the weight and individual tolerance, in animals; 
the active substance is chemically or physically unstable and does not allow the industrial realization, on the contrary of the preparation in a pharmacy which is extemporaneous and is used immediately after preparation; 
you want to reduce the number and frequency of administration, to increase compliance of patients with comorbidities; 
the dosage form is not suitable commercially available; 
This medicine is an orphan; 
the patient is allergic or intolerant to the components present in the drug industry, eg lactose; 
is necessary to set up personalized nutritional pockets, for patients unable to feed by natural, or mixtures antiblastic. 
The pharmacy Tolstoy has always considered the Galenic an essential and distinctive feature of the Pharmacist and promotes the preparation of magistral and multiple, the latter exclusively for sale to its customers according to the monographs contained in the Pharmacopoeia of the Republic Italian in the European Pharmacopoeia or in that of another Member State. 
It also responds to the requirement of lifelong learning and continuous professional updating in order to constantly adapt their knowledge to scientific progress, changes in legislation, changes in health care organization and the demand for health. 
The pharmacist is committed to: 
Do not use pharmacologically active substances that are not described in a text or a code official or authoritative Community that are not present in a medicinal product authorized for marketing in Italy or in another EU country and are not allowed by law; 
Do not use synthetic or natural substances in the formulation of a medicinal product subject to revocation of the marketing authorization for public health purposes; 
Do not use medicinal plants and their simple or complex, whose pharmacological and toxicological properties have not become fully accredited by the scientific literature; 
report promptly to the competent authorities any adverse reactions and unexpected related to the use of preparations prepared in the pharmacy; 
promote continuous professional development is intended to deepen the technical development and legislation related to pharmaceutics industry, maintaining contacts with the Faculty of Pharmacy; 
achieve the pharmaceutical quality for the preparation of other categories valence healthy; 
take action to improve the level of knowledge regarding the use of galenicals by the community, pledging to work with the local representatives of the associations between the patients and the civil authorities; 
tend to a constant and effective collaboration with prescribers of Galen in terms of complementarity of different academic backgrounds, especially from the technological point of view. 
Hawthorn, Chamomile, Passion Flower, Valerian extract fluids 30 ml gocceBiancospino, Passion Flower and Valerian dry extract 60 cpsCollodio salicylic acid with lactic acid FN 20gDiclofenac 1% agarose gel BP 100 gEchinacea Purpurea 5% TM cream H.A.B. 10g-50gIsoflavoni Soy 40% dry extract 30 capsuleIsoflavoni Soy 40%, passionflower, hops dry 30cpsMinoxidil 2% lotion BP 100 g and 200 gMiscela Three Oils 200 golio camphorated 20% OAB golio 100 Almond 250 mlOlio Castor 50g and other weights syrup of Pine Buds 250 mlSciroppo intestinal regulator 150 GUREA 20% ointment 30 g (after ordering) Vaseline White 100 g jar or tuboZinco oxide ointment FU XII 100 gZinco oxide ointment 50 g FU XII 
33 oliAnice StellatoArancio AmaroArancio DolceBenzoino resinaBergamottoCamomillaCannella ScorzeCapejut (camphor) CardamomoChiodi of GarofanoCitronellaEucaliptoGelsominoGeranio of AfricaIncensoLavandaLimoneMandarinoMelaleuca (Tea Tree) Mint piperitaMirra resinaMuschio biancoNiaoulyPino mugoPino silvestrePompelmoRosaRosmarinoSalvia officinalisSandaloSenapeVanigliaYlang ylang 
FLUID EXTRACTS 30, 50, 125, 250, 500, 1000 ML 
AloeAnanasBardanaBiancospinoBiancospino (Crataegus Oxyacantha) BoldoCamomillaCarciofoCardo MarianoCrema Panthenol (Dexpanthenol CREAM FUXII) 50gDroseraEquiseto (Horsetail) GrindeliaMalvaOrticaPassifloraPilosellaPino Scots gemmeRosa caninaSalvia officinalisSciroppo 250 children gSennaTarassacoValerianaVioletta of Thought 
MOTHERS DYES 30, 50, 125, 250, 500, 1000 ML 
ArnicaArtiglio of DiavoloCalendula officinalisEchinacea angustifoliaEchinacea PurpureaPassiflora incarnataPropolisRosa caninaSalvia officinalisTilia tomentosaUncariaUva ursi 
Glyceric macerated 30, 50, 125, 250, 500, 1000 ML 
Betula verucosa 1DHRibes nigrum 1DHTilia tomentosa 1DH 
Burdock tea 100g made ​​up: 30% dandelion root, burdock root 20%, 30% chicory root, licorice root 20% Specimen trees cut tisanaPropolis mouthwash spray 30 mlTisana T42 100g: 30% senna, buckthorn 30%, 20% fruits anise, licorice root 20% 
Farmacisti¡ ± ¡° Being in past centuries, was intimately connected with the preparation of medicines: a task that has brought success and importance to the role of the pharmacist himself. 
The growth in the number of daily preparations was supported by investments in equipment all¡¯avanguardia that allow the creation of any teacher training, ie drugs tailored to the patient. 
It should be noted in this regard that it is, in most cases, are real medicines that are prepared exclusively prescription medicine and techniques to safeguard the quality required by the regulations of the Italian Pharmacopoeia: only herbal products can be prepared without a prescription. 
The pharmaceutics masterful, in fact, should not be considered a medicine similar to industrial but a defense prescribed by your doctor for the specific needs of the patient. 
1,3-butanediol ascorbic acid (L) Ph. Eur 
1-N-methyl aspartic acid Ph. Eur 
2-amino5-nitrotiazolo azelaic acid 
2-ottildodecanolo Ph. Eur benzoic acid Ph. Eur 
3,4-diaminopyridine boric acid powder Ph. Eur 
3,5-diiodotyrosine (L) .2H2O boric acid flakes FU 
4-aminopyridine carminic acid 
5-cis-retinoic acid sodium hydroxybutyrate 
5-fluorouracil citric acid food 
5-hydroxytryptophan (L), citric acid anhydrous 
5-methoxytryptamine citric acid monohydrate Ph. Eur 
7-keto-DHEA hydrochloric acid CENTER. Ph. Eur 
8-hydroxyquinoline sulfate dilute hydrochloric acid Ph. Eur 
11-alfaidrossiprogesterone kojic acid 
17-alpha-estradiol dehydrocholic acid FU light 
19-nor-androstenedione dehydrocholic acid FU heavy 
Fir Essential oil deoxycholic acid 
ac.8-hydroxy-7-iodo-5-chinolinsolfato acid diallilbarbiturico 
acacia flowers TT acid dietilbarbiturico 
acai berry acid ditiodipropionico 
acarbose acid etilsoamylbarbiturico 
acebutolol hydrochloride liquid carbolic acid 
aceclidine hydrochloride acid fenilchinolincarbonico 
The trans-ferulic acid acemoll 
acemulgor in phytic acid solution 40% 
acemulgor lam hydrofluoric acid sol. 40% 
acerola titrated 50% Vit. C folic acid Ph. Eur 
acesulfame k formic acid 85% 
acetanilide formic acid 99% 
acetazolamide Ph. Eur concentrated phosphoric acid Ph. Eur 
acetyl (L) carnitine hydrochloride fumaric acid 
N-acetyl-D-glucosamine gallic acid 
acetylcysteine ​​Ph. Eur gamma amino butyric acid (GABA) 
Acetylmethionine (DL) glycolic acid 
acetilresorcina glycolic acid 15% sol. tampon. 
Acetiltannino glycolic acid 30% sol. tampon. 
apple cider vinegar glycolic acid 50% sol. tampon. 
wine vinegar glycolic acid 70% sol. tampon. 
cellulose phthalate vinegar solution glutamic acid Ph. Eur 
acetone Ph. Eur hyaluronic acid sodium salt pow. 
acetone technical hyaluronic acid sol. 0.8% 
yarrow E. F. acid ketoglutarico 
yarrow titrated lactic acid Ph. Eur 
Yarrow Essential oil conjugated linoleic acid liquid 
yarrow TT linoleic acid powder (CLA) 
acyclovir Ph. Eur lipoic acid 
18-beta-glycyrrhetinic acid, maleic acid 
18-beta-glycyrrhetinic acid, malic acid 
5-amino-levulinic acid, malonic acid 
5-aminosalicylic acid Ph. Eur mandelic acid 
glacial acetic acid Ph. Eur nalidixic acid Ph. Eur 
acetylsalicylic acid Ph. Eur nervonic acid 85% 
adipic acid, nicotinic acid Ph. Eur 
alpha-ketoglutaric acid, niflumic 
alginic acid Ph. Eur Nitric acid 67% 
                 oleic acid Ph. Eur 
                   Page 2acido orotic adenosine 
oxalic acid adonide E. F. 
p-aminobenzoic acid plant adonide TT 
pangamic acid dye adonide 
ADP 0.1 N perchloric acid sodium salt 
picric acid powder adrenaline pow. 
picric acid solution 1.2% agar Ph. Eur 
pyrogallic acid agaric white 
pyruvic acid titrated Agaricus blazei 
13-cis-retinoic acid Ph. Eur garlic E. F. 
trans-retinoic acid Ph. Eur garlic titrated 
salicylic acid Ph. Eur Aged garlic titrated 
silicic acid powder pure garlic powder 
silicic acid solution garlic ursino TT 
sulfuric acid 96% RPE chasteberry E. F. 
Commercial liter sulfuric acid titrated chaste tree 0.5% in agnuside 
pure sulfuric acid Ph. Eur chaste tree titrated 5% vitexin 
sulfuric acid technical chaste tree fruit powder 
sulfosalicylic acid agrimony E. F. 
sorbic acid Ph. Eur agrimony titrated 
squaric acid dibutilestere agrimony plant powder 
squaric acid diethyl agrimony TT 
stearic acid Ph. Eur agrimony 
succinic acid agro dry cider apples 
tannic acid Ph. Eur TO YE (Artemisia argyi) titrated 
tartaric acid Ph. Eur aimalina 
thioctic acid alanine Ph. Eur 
thioglycolic acid 80% apricot Essential oil 
trans-retinoic acid milk albumin 70-75% 
trichloroacetic acid milk albumin concentrated 80% 
acid trijodotiroacetico egg albumin 
undecylenic acid Ph. Eur albumin tannate 
ursodeoxycholic acid Ph. Eur Physalis fruits TT 
usnic acid mantle Alpine 
acitretin mantle E. F. 
aconite mantle titrated 
aconite E. F. lady's mantle plant TT 
aconite powder alchilamidobetaina 30% 
aconite tincture of alcohol lanolin base cream 
aromatic orange flower water alconil detergent / Lysol 
aromatic rose water amyl alcohol 
cherry laurel water coobata of benzyl alcohol Ph. Eur 
distilled witch hazel alcohol camphor 
distilled water, chamomile flowers cetyl alcohol Ph. Eur 
distilled water for prepar.iniett. FU cetostearyl alcohol EMULS. 
hydrogen peroxide 10vol. FU cetostearyl alcohol Ph. Eur 
hydrogen peroxide 130 vol. denatured alcohol 90.1 ° 
water preserved ethyl alcohol 20 ° 
Purified Water Ph. Eur ethyl alcohol 25 ° 
sterile water for injection ethyl alcohol 30 ° 
various flavored water or ethyl alcohol 35 ° 
acriflavine neutral ethyl alcohol 40 ° 
active seaweed w ethyl alcohol 45 ° 
adatoda E. F. ethyl alcohol 50 ° 
adatoda titrated 0.5% alkaloids ethyl alcohol 55 ° 
adenosine triphosphate sodium salt ethyl alcohol 60 ° 
Page 3alcool ethyl 65th aloe vera juice liquid 
ethyl alcohol 70 ° haloperidol Ph. Eur 
ethyl alcohol 75 ° alprazolam Ph. Eur 
ethyl alcohol 80 ° E. F. marshmallow 
ethyl alcohol 85 ° marshmallow titrated 
ethyl alcohol 90 ° marshmallow leaves and flowers 
absolute ethanol marshmallow leaves TT 
ethyl alcohol taste marshmallow root powder 
denatured ethyl alcohol Abs. 99.9% marshmallow root TT Ph. Eur 
iso-butyl alcohol RPE marshmallow T.M. 
isopropyl alcohol Ph. Eur Witch Hazel E. F. 
isopropyl alcohol, witch hazel RPA E.G. 
myristic alcohol, witch hazel titrated 1% tannins 
n-butyl alcohol witch hazel titrated 8-12% tannins 
oleyl alcohol witch hazel leaf powder 
alcohol soapy witch hazel leaf TT Ph. Eur 
stearyl alcohol Ph. Eur witch hazel oleolito 
alcoholates not elsewhere witch hazel T.M. 
alcoholate hoffmann witch hazel tincture 
Melissa alcoholate compound ambroxol hydrochloride FU 
lanolin alcohols Ph. Eur wheat starch Ph. Eur 
alcohols of lanolin ointment base corn starch Ph.Eur. 
benzoic aldehyde RPE potato starch 
formaldehyde 30%. rice starch pieces 
glutaraldehyde 2% rice starch powder Ph. Eur 
aldeide glutarica 50% amido glicerolato 
alfa alfa E.S. amido pregelatinizzato Ph.Eur. 
alfa alfa pianta TT amido riso fermentato 
alfa alfa polvere amigdalina 
alfa alfa succo conc. amilasi 1000 FCC/g 
alfa amilasi inibitore amile acetato 'iso' 
alfa tocoferolo succinato polv. amile nitrito 
alga klamath amile salicilato 
allantoina amilocaina cloridrato 
allopurinolo Ph.Eur. amiloride cloridrato Ph.Eur. 
alloro bacche amilosio 
alloro foglie TT Aminoacidi essenziali 
alloro O.E. Aminoacidi Opercoli mg.500 
allume Ph.Eur. Aminoacidi Ramificati Polv. 
allume usto aminofenazone FU 
alluminio acetato basico polvere aminofillina Ph.Eur. 
alluminio acetato basico sol. amiodarone cloridrato Ph.Eur. 
alluminio acetato liquido amitriptilina cloridrato Ph.Eur. 
alluminio aceto tartarico ammi visnaga frutti 
alluminio cloruro 6H2O Ph.Eur. ammoniaca soluz. conc. Ph.Eur. 
alluminio cloruro anidro ammonio bicarbonato 
alluminio idrossido GEL secco Ph.Eu ammonio bromuro Ph.Eur. 
alluminio ossido idrato Ph.Eur. ammonio carbonato 
alluminio solfato Ph.Eur. ammonio citrato tribasico 
aloe del Capo pezzi Ph.Eur. ammonio cloruro Ph.Eur. 
aloe del capo polvere ammonio difluoruro 
aloe E.F. ammonio diidrogeno fosfato 
aloe E.G. ammonio glicirizzinato Ph.Eur. 
aloe estratto secco tit.Ph.Eur. ammonio ioduro puro 
aloe tintura ammonio lattato 
aloe vera polv. liofilizzata ammonio nitrato 

Negli ultimi anni si è assistito ad un impiego sempre più ampio di preparati a base di piante officinali medicinali, da sole o in associazione. Il Ministero della Salute, con la circolare n.3 del 12 agosto 2002, ha inteso disciplinare il settore classificando i prodotti in questione come integratori alimentari e stabilendo che gli ingredienti erboristici impiegati devono presentare una composizione compatibile con un’azione salutistica e non terapeutica e fornire le necessarie garanzie in termini di sicurezza. In particolare viene subordinata la commercializzazione di tali prodotti alla procedura di notifica della etichetta come previsto dall’art.7 del DL 27 gennaio 1992 n.111 in materia di alimenti destinati ad una alimentazione particolare. 
Il Ministero della Salute, inoltre, è tenuto a pubblicare l’elenco da aggiornarsi periodicamente, degli ingredienti erboristici ammessi negli integratori. 
L’elenco, consultabile sul sito del Ministero, riporta per ciascuna pianta il nome botanico, specifica la droga (parte della pianta avente proprietà terapeutiche), un riferimento degli effetti terapeutici e infine delle note riguardanti peculiarità ed avvertenze supplementari da porre in etichetta. 
In seguito ad alcuni quesiti formulati dalla Federfarma, dalla Fofi e dalla Sifap con nota congiunta del 22 novembre 2002, il Ministero ha chiarito che gli adempimenti introdotti dalla Circolare n.3 non si applicano alle farmacie che possono quindi allestire e dispensare ai propri clienti preparazioni a base di piante incluse nella lista delle piante ammesse senza ricetta medica e senza adempiere agli obblighi per gli integratori alimentari. 
Tali prodotti ottenuti secondo le norme di buona preparazione previste dalla Farmacopea Ufficiale, devono essere preparati nelle farmacie fornite di un laboratorio galenico autorizzato dalla ASL competente e periodicamente ispezionato. Devono essere, inoltre, realizzati in maniera estemporanea e destinati direttamente ed unicamente ai clienti della farmacia. Resta inteso che le preparazioni realizzate non in maniera estemporanea ma in multipli, devono rispettare i limiti previsti dalla normativa che regola le preparazioni dei medicinali officinali, partendo da una materia prima non superiore a 3kg. 
La galenica rappresenta un'antica arte farmaceutica e si basa sulle capacità del singolo farmacista di creare preparazioni o medicinali, nel laboratorio della propria farmacia, non disponibili nella grande distribuzione. 
I vantaggi offerti da questa pratica farmaceutica sono molteplici e svariati; innanzitutto rappresentano un vantaggio per il consumatore finale in quanto può accordarsi direttamente con il produttore e modificare il prodotto finale a seconda delle proprie esigenze, si possono variare e personalizzare i dosaggi pro dose, si possono variare gli eccipienti (in caso qualcuno vi fossero particolari allergie), posso modificarne la veicolazione sostituendo la forma farmaceutica con un'altra o ancora se possibile si possono unire più principi attivi in un unica dose e quindi diminuire il numero stesso di somministrazioni; spesso poi capita di andare a visite specialistiche ove il medico prescrive preparati particolari non disponibili come specialità medica in commercio. Ecco dunque che per tutte queste situazioni non c'è altra cosa da fare che rivolgersi ad un professionista, un dottore la cui preparazione ed esperienza son dedite alla creazione e manipolazione di sostanze in grado di svolgere al meglio il lavoro indicato dal medico; il Farmacista. 
Documentazione spese sostenute per l’acquisto preparazioni galeniche ai fini della detraibilità fiscale Ris. Ag. Entrate n. 218/E del 12/8/2009. 
 l’Agenzia delle Entrate ha chiarito che anche per la detrazione delle spese sostenute per l’acquisto di preparazioni galeniche in farmacia è necessaria la documentazione da cui risulti natura, qualità e quantità delle stesse, e codice fiscale del relativo destinatario. Secondo l’Agenzia, qualora non fosse possibile indicare tali elementi sullo scontrino fiscale, la farmacia può emettere fattura contenente tutti i predetti requisiti. 
 l’Agenzia delle Entrate , il 12 agosto2009 , ha diramato la Risoluzione n. 218/E (all. n. 1), avente ad oggetto “Interpello ai sensi dell’articolo 11 delle legge n. 212 del 2000 - acquisto di preparazioni galeniche – certificazione della spesa sostenuta – art. 15, comma 1, lett. c) , del Tuir” , lett. c) , del Tuir” 
 Con tale risoluzione l’Agenzia, in risposta ad un interpello formulato da un contribuente, ha affrontato la problematica della documentazione necessaria ai fini della deduzione/detrazione dalle imposte delle spese sostenute per l’acquisto di preparazioni galeniche. 
L’Agenzia ha rammentato come la documentazione necessaria ai fini della detrazione d’imposta per l’acquisto di medicinali sia costituita da “fattura o da scontrino fiscale contenente la specificazione della natura, qualità e quantità dei beni e l’indicazione del codice fiscale del destinatario”. Al riguardo è stata altresì richiamata la risoluzione n. 156/E diramata dall’Agenzia il 5 luglio 2007, nella quale sono stati forniti primi chiarimenti in merito ai requisiti informativi che tali documenti di spesa devono soddisfare. 
Con la recente risoluzione n. 218/E del 12 agosto scorso l’Agenzia afferma che “i predetti obblighi documentali devono essere soddisfatti anche nell’ipotesi in cui si intenda beneficiare della detrazione d’imposta per l’acquisto di medicinali preparati in farmacia”. Pertanto “anche per questa tipologia di medicinali è necessario che la spesa sostenuta sia certificata con documenti contenenti natura, qualità e quantità delle preparazioni galeniche acquistate, e codice fiscale del destinatario delle stesse”. 
Conseguentemente la farmacia potrà indifferentemente emettere scontrino fiscale o fattura da cui risulti “per l’indicazione della natura del prodotto venduto la dicitura “farmaco” o “medicinale” e per la qualità dello stesso la dicitura “preparazione galenica””, trattandosi di un farmaco privo di AIC. 
                   Roma, 12 agosto 2009 
OGGETTO: Interpello ai sensi dell’articolo 11 della legge n. 212 del 2000 – acquisto di preparazioni galeniche - certificazione della spesa sostenuta – art. 15, comma 1, lett. c), del Tuir. 
L’istante ha acquistato delle preparazioni galeniche, certa di poter beneficiare della detrazione d’imposta prevista per l’acquisto di medicinali, ai sensi dell’art. 15, comma 1, lett. c), del Tuir. Gli scontrini fiscali che documentano la spesa risultano privi però di alcune delle specificazioni espressamente richieste dalla norma agevolativa sopra citata, quali la natura e la qualità delle preparazioni acquistate, e il codice fiscale del destinatario del farmaco. Al riguardo, è stato fatto presente all’istante che gli strumenti elettronici in dotazione delle farmacie consentono l’emissione di scontrini fiscali “parlanti” solo per medicinali già confezionati. Ciò in quanto l’individuazione della natura e della qualità dei prodotti venduti avviene mediante lettura ottica del codice a barre apposto sulle singole confezioni. Tenuto conto delle difficoltà incontrate dai farmacisti nel riportare la natura e la qualità delle preparazioni galeniche sugli scontrini fiscali, l’istante chiede di sapere se possa comunque beneficiare della detrazione d’imposta di cui all’art. 15, comma 1, lett. c), del Tuir per le spese sanitarie sostenute. 
L’istante, constatata la difficoltà da parte dei farmacisti di rilasciare scontrini fiscali contenenti natura e qualità delle preparazioni galeniche, ritiene di poter beneficiare della detrazione d’imposta di cui all’art. 15, comma 1, lett. c), del Tuir, anche se la spesa sostenuta risulta certificata da scontrini fiscali “non parlanti”. 
L’art. 15, comma 1, lett. c), del Tuir, così come modificato dall’art. 1, comma 28, della legge 27 dicembre 2006, n. 296 (legge finanziaria per il 2007), dispone che la detrazione d’imposta prevista, ai fini dell’Irpef, per l’acquisto di medicinali spetta a condizione la spesa sia “certificata da fattura o da scontrino fiscale contenente la specificazione della natura, qualità e quantità dei beni e l’indicazione del codice fiscale del destinatario”. In merito ai requisiti informativi che i documenti di spesa sopra citati devono soddisfare, la scrivente ha fornito chiarimenti con risoluzione 5 luglio 2007, n. 156. In particolare, col predetto documento di prassi è stato precisato che per quanto concerne lo specifico requisito dell’indicazione della natura del prodotto acquistato, si ritiene sufficiente che il documento di spesa rechi la dizione generica di “farmaco” o di “medicinale”, mentre, per quanto attiene all’indicazione della qualità del prodotto acquistato, è necessario che il documento di spesa riporti la denominazione del farmaco. La menzione delle predette specificazioni consente di individuare esattamente il bene oggetto della cessione, e, conseguentemente, di escludere dal beneficio della detrazione l’acquisto di prodotti attinenti ad altre categorie merceologiche disponibili in farmacia. 
I predetti obblighi documentali devono essere soddisfatti anche nell’ipotesi cui si intenda beneficiare della detrazione d’imposta di cui all’art. 15, comma 1, lett. c), del Tuir per l’acquisto di medicinali preparati in farmacia. Anche per questa tipologia di medicinali, come per quella dei medicinali di origine industriale, è necessario quindi che la spesa sostenuta sia certificata con documenti contenenti natura, qualità e quantità delle preparazioni galeniche acquistate, e codice fiscale del destinatario delle stesse. In merito alle possibili difficoltà che i farmacisti possono incontrare nell’emettere scontrini fiscali “parlanti” per medicinali privi del codice a barre, si rammenta che è sempre possibile ricorrere all’emissione di fattura. Tale modalità di certificazione è, infatti, prevista espressamente dall’art. 15, comma 1, lett. c), del Tuir quale alternativa allo scontrino fiscale “parlante”. In relazione alla fattispecie in esame, si ritiene, pertanto, che il farmacista, ove incontri delle difficoltà nel riportare la natura e la qualità delle preparazioni galeniche sullo scontrino fiscale, possa emettere fattura riportando per l’indicazione della natura del prodotto venduto la dicitura “farmaco” o “medicinale” e per la qualità dello stesso la dicitura “preparazione galenica”. Resta fermo che, per poter beneficiare del diritto alla detrazione d’imposta in discorso, dovranno risultare in fattura anche la quantità di prodotto acquistato e il codice fiscale del destinatario dello stesso. Considerato quanto sopra, si ritiene che l’istante, non essendo in possesso di documenti di spesa che soddisfino i requisiti informativi richiesti dall’art. 15, comma 1, lett. c), del Tuir, non possa beneficiare della detrazione d’imposta in discorso. 
Le Direzioni Regionali vigileranno affinché le istruzioni fornite e i principi enunciati con la presente risoluzione vengano puntualmente osservati dagli uffici. 
Come detrarre un farmaco galenico, cioè preparato in farmacia: ci vuole la fattura 
Capita a volte di farsi preparare un farmaco direttamente dal farmacista. Per detrarlo dalle tasse, in casi come questo, occorre farsi redigere dal farmacista una fattura ... 
Capita a volte di farsi preparare un farmaco direttamente dal farmacista. Per detrarlo dalle tasse, in casi come questo, occorre farsi redigere dal farmacista una fattura, in cui viene indicata: 
la dicitura "farmaco" per la natura del prodotto; 
la dicitura "preparazione galenica" per la qualità dello stesso; 
il numero di confezioni acquistate; 
il codice fiscale dell'acquirente. 
Risposta dell'Agenzia delle entrate 
L'Agenzia delle entrate lo ha precisato, rispondendo al quesito posto da una cittadina, che ha comprato dei medicinali preparati direttamente dalla farmacia (galenici), certa di poter usufruire della detrazione della spesa al momento della presentazione della dichiarazione dei redditi. Ma gli scontrini fiscali relativi ai medicinali acquistati non riportavano tutte le indicazioni richieste ai fini della detraibilità, in pratica non erano scontrini farmaceutici "parlanti": essendo preparati nel laboratorio interno della farmacia non possedevano infatti il codice a barre e di conseguenza non consentivano la lettura ottica da parte del registratore di cassa. 
La signora si è rivolta alla Agenzia delle Entrate, che ha precisato che cosa bisogna fare in questi casi. 
Vademecum dell'Agenzia delle Entrate: come detrarre i farmaci 
È corretto che un contribuente debba sempre conoscere a posteriori il comportamento che avrebbe dovuto tenere? 
Visto che il prossimo gennaio entrano in vigore le nuove regole per l'emanazione degli scontrini parlanti, chiediamo che l'Agenzia delle Entrate provveda quanto prima a stilare un vademecum, con l'indicazione completa di tutti i documenti che il contribuente deve chiedere quando si reca in farmacia per non perdere lo sconto fiscale 
La Galenica è l'arte più antica del farmacista. 
In ogni farmacia, il Laboratorio Galenico è indispensabile per realizzare, su prescrizione medica, i farmaci personalizzati per dose, forma farmaceutica, eccipienti o che l'industria non produce. 
E' possibile confezionare capsule, lozioni, creme, pomate, sciroppi e compresse. 
Il laboratorio galenico è indipendente dal resto della farmacia ed adibito solo a questo uso. Oltre alle apparecchiature e gli utensili previsti dalla legge, è dotato di moderne apparecchiature, che permettono un'esecuzione più rapida ed un controllo dei preparati. 
Nella nostra farmacia si realizzano "preparazioni magistrali" su prescrizione medica, "preparazioni officinali" (che non necessitano di prescrizione medica e si rifanno a formule certificate su testi officinali), "preparazioni cosmeceutiche" (prodotti a metà strada fra il cosmetico ed il farmaco) e "preparazioni fitoterapiche" (a base di piante loro estratti). 
Queste ultime, pur non avendo finalità terapeutiche, hanno chiara valenza salutistica, ottimizzando lo stato nutrizionale, favorendo la condizione di benessere e coadiuvando le funzioni fisiologiche dell'organismo. 
Farmaco Galenico 
Il farmaco galenico è un medicinale tradizionale preparato dal farmacista in farmacia secondo le indicazioni della farmacopea ufficiale della Repubblica Italiana. In Italia è anche possibile preparare farmaci galenici tratti dalle farmacopee degli altri paesi dell'Unione Europea. 
I farmaci galenici di largo consumo vengono frequentemente messi a disposizione dall'industria farmaceutica, ed in questo caso si parla, più correttamente, di galenico officinale. Tra questi ultimi, la tintura di iodio ed il talco mentolato, giusto per citarne due tra i più comunemente utilizzati. Generalmente, quando è disponibile il galenico industriale la produzione di tali farmaci nel laboratorio di farmacia perde di significato a causa della maggiore economicità del preparato industriale, a meno di non richiederne quantitativi superiori che potrebbero giustificare l'impiego del tempo di un farmacista preparatore. 
Il termine è anche utilizzato in contrapposizione a "farmaco magistrale", anch'esso preparato dal farmacista, ma secondo le indicazioni di un medico (magister), in base alle conoscenze del medico stesso ed esulando dalle preparazioni considerate tradizionali. 
Affinché una particolare formula venga inclusa in farmacopea, oltre all'uso tradizionale, vengono fatte da un'apposita Commissione anche valutazioni riguardo l'importanza terapeutica della formula, cosicché capita che alcune formule vengano eliminate in successive stesure della farmacopea. 
Preparazioni galeniche 
Claudio Galeno, medico dell'antica Grecia, usava adoperare numerose erbe medicinali o loro estratti come farmaci, miscelandoli ed adattandoli al singolo paziente. Da qui deriva la dicitura 'galenico' che caratterizza le preparazioni estemporanee. 
Oggi la maggior parte delle preparazioni galeniche si trova in commercio pronta all'uso. Ma alcune volte si ha l'esigenza di un farmaco personalizzato. 
La nostra farmacia dispone di un laboratorio attrezzato con le migliori apparecchiature per la preparazione estemporanea di galenici magistrali (preparati secondo quantità e qualità di ogni componente indicati nella prescrizione medica) e galenici officinali (preparati secondo le formule previste dalla farmacopea ufficiale e commercializzati con lo stesso nome). 

La preparazione dei medicinali nelle farmacie aperte al pubblico garantisce il diritto alla salute dei cittadini, permettendo loro di usufruire di formulazioni e dosaggi personalizzati nonché di farmaci orfani (farmaci non più reperibili in commercio poichè non remunerativi per le industrie farmaceutiche) altrimenti irreperibili in commercio. 

A differenza di quanto sta accadendo nel mondo dei cosiddetti farmaci da banco (OTC) o di quelli che non richiedono obbligo di prescrizione medica (SOP) l¡¯attività preparativa di laboratorio sarà sempre indissolubilmente legata alla professione di farmacista, qualunque evoluzione le esigenze di mercato vorranno produrre nel settore dei medicinali industriali. 


Per garantire e poter confrontare la qualità dei medicinali allestiti, il farmacista deve operare secondo le Norme di Buona Preparazione della F.U. XI Ed. l¡¯ottemperanza delle quali consente di far crescere l'affidabilità del galenico e la fiducia nel farmacista preparatore. 

Il termine "preparato galenico" deriva dal nome di Galeno (129 d.c. ¨C200/16) un medico dell'antica Grecia che diffuse la pratica di comporre i rimedi medicamentosi miscelando varie sostanze di base. 

I documenti della storia della farmacia testimoniano che sino a tutto il 18° secolo ed ai primi trent'anni del 19°, la maggior parte dei rimedi venduti in farmacia venivano allestiti direttamente dal farmacista, conferendo così allo stesso la figura professionale di preparatore tecnico piuttosto che dispensatore di farmaci. 

A partire dagli anni successivi alla fine della seconda guerra mondiale, con lo sviluppo dell'industrializzazione, la pratica della preparazione galenica, che da sempre costituiva l'aspetto caratterizzante la professione del farmacista, ha subìto una progressiva riduzione sino a diventare residuale. 

Ciò nonostante, il farmacista ha conservato il suo ruolo di preparatore di prodotti medicinali, seppure nell'ambito di disposizioni legislative piuttosto rigorose.

In recent years there has been an increasing use of the extensive preparations made from medicinal herbs, either alone or in combination. The Ministry of Health, with 3 circular of 12 August 2002, sought to regulate the sector by classifying these products as dietary supplements and herbal ingredients providing that the employee must submit a composition compatible with an action Healthy and non-therapeutic and provide the necessary guarantees in terms of security. In particular, is subject to the marketing of these products to the notification procedure of the label as required by Article 7 of Decree 111 of January 27, 1992 relating to foodstuffs intended for particular nutritional uses. 
The Ministry of Health is also required to publish a list to be updated from time to time, the herbal ingredients allowed in supplements. 
The list, available on the website of the Ministry, reports for each plant the botanical name, specific drugs (part of the plant having therapeutic properties), a reference of therapeutic and finally notes about special features and additional warnings to be placed on the label. 
In response to some questions raised by Federfarma from Fofi and SIFAP joint memo dated 22 November 2002, the Ministry has made it clear that the obligations introduced by Circular # 3 do not apply to pharmacies which can then prepare and distribute to their customers preparations herbal plants included in the list of permitted without a prescription and without fulfilling the requirements for food supplements. 
The products obtained in accordance with the rules of good preparation provided by the Pharmacopoeia, shall be prepared in pharmacies equipped with a galenic laboratory approved by the competent ASL and periodically inspected. They should also be made ​​extemporaneously and used directly and exclusively to customers of the pharmacy. It is understood that the preparations made ​​extemporaneously but not in multiples, to comply with the limits prescribed by the regulations governing the preparation of medicinal herbs, starting from raw materials not exceeding 3kg. 
Galenics is an ancient art pharmaceutical industry and is based on the ability of the individual pharmacist to create or medicinal preparations, in the laboratory of their pharmacy, not available in supermarkets. 
The advantages of this are many and varied pharmaceutical practice; first is an advantage for the end user as it may agree directly with the manufacturer and edit the final product to suit your needs, you can change and customize the dose per dose, you can vary the ingredients (in case someone had an allergy ), can change the conveyance replacing the pharmaceutical form with another or even if possible, can combine multiple active ingredients in a single dose and then decrease the same number of doses; often then happen to go to specialist consultations where the doctor prescribes special preparations are not available commercially as a medical specialty. Here, then, that for all these situations there is no other thing to do is to contact a professional, a doctor whose training and experience are dedicated to the creation and manipulation of substances capable of carrying out the work directed by the physician; the Pharmacist. 
Documentation costs incurred for the purchase galenic preparations for the tax deductibility Res. G. Enter n. 218 / E of 08/12/2009. 
the Inland Revenue has clarified that for the deduction of expenses incurred in the purchase of galenic pharmacy is required documentation showing the nature, quality and quantity of the same, and social security number of the relevant recipient. According to the Agency, if it is not possible to indicate those items on the receipt, the pharmacy can issue an invoice containing all of these requirements. 
the Inland Revenue, 12 agosto2009, issued Resolution no. 218 / E (at. No. 1), concerning "ruling pursuant to Article 11 of Law no. 212 of 2000 - purchase of galenic preparations - certification of expenditure - art. 15, paragraph 1, lett. c) of the FCA, "letter. c) of the Income Tax Consolidation Act "
With this resolution, the Agency, in response to a ruling made ​​by a taxpayer, addressed the issue of the necessary documentation for the purpose of deduction / tax deduction for expenses incurred in the purchase of galenic preparations. 
The Agency pointed out as the documentation necessary for the purposes of tax deduction for the purchase of medicines is likely to be "an invoice or sales receipt containing the specification of the nature, quality and quantity of the goods and the indication of the tax code recipient. "In this regard, it was also called Resolution. 156 / E branched by the July 5, 2007, in which they were first provided clarification on the information requirements that such expenditure documents must satisfy. 
With the recent resolution no. 218 / E of 12 August, the Agency states that "the above documentation requirements must be met even if you intend to benefit from the tax deduction for the purchase of medicinal products prepared in pharmacies." Therefore, "even for this type of medication is necessary that the expenditure is certified with documents containing the nature, quality and quantity of galenic preparations purchased, and social security number of the recipient of the same." 
Consequently, the pharmacy will either issue receipt or invoice showing "to indicate the nature of the product sold the word" drug "or" medicine "and the quality thereof the words" galenic preparation "," it is a drug without AIC. 
Rome, August 12, 2009 
SUBJECT: questioning the meaning of Article 11 of Law no. 212 of 2000 - purchase of galenic preparations - certification of expenditure - art. 15, paragraph 1, lett. c) of the FCA. 
The applicant purchased the galenic preparations, certain to benefit from the tax deduction provided for the purchase of medicines, according to art. 15, paragraph 1, lett. c) of the FCA. The receipts documenting the expenses are free, however, some of the specifications expressly required by this law cited above, such as the nature and quality of preparations purchased, and social security number of the recipient of the drug. In this regard, it was pointed out immediately that the electronic tools provided allow pharmacies to issue receipts 'talking' only to medicines already packed. This is because the identification of the nature and quality of products sold is carried by optical reading of the bar code affixed on the individual packets. Given the difficulties encountered by pharmacists in reporting the nature and quality of galenic preparations on receipts tax, the instant demands to know whether it can still benefit from the tax deduction in art. 15, paragraph 1, lett. c) of the FCA for health care costs. 
The second, found the difficulty by pharmacists to issue receipts containing the nature and quality of galenic preparations, expects to benefit from the tax deduction in art. 15, paragraph 1, lett. c) of the FCA, even if the expenditure is certified by receipts "not talking". 
Article. 15, paragraph 1, lett. c) of the Income Tax Consolidation Act, as amended by art. 1, paragraph 28, of the Law of 27 December 2006, no. 296 (Finance Act 2007) provides that the tax deduction provided for the purpose Irpef, for the purchase of drugs it provided the expenditure is "certified by an invoice or sales receipt containing the specification of the nature, quality and quantity of goods and an indication of the tax code of the recipient. "With regard to the information requirements that spending documents mentioned above must meet the writer has clarified a resolution July 5, 2007, no. 156. In particular, with the practice of that document it was stated that with regard to the specific requirement of the indication of the nature of the product purchased, it is considered sufficient that the document bears the expense of diction generic "drug" or "medicine" while, with regard to the indication of the quality of the product purchased, it is necessary that the spending document stating the name of the drug. The mention of the above specification allows you to find exactly the goods supplied, and therefore excluded from the benefit of deducting the purchase of related products in other categories available in pharmacies. 
The above documentation requirements must be met even if you intend to benefit from the tax deduction in art. 15, paragraph 1, lett. c) of the Consolidated Income Tax Act for the purchase of medicinal products prepared in pharmacies. Also for this type of medication, as for that of the medicinal industry, it is therefore necessary that the expenditure is certified with documents containing the nature, quality and quantity of galenic preparations purchased, and social security number of the recipient thereof. With regard to the possible difficulties that pharmacists may encounter in issuing receipts "talking" to drugs without the bar code, please note that you can always resort to the issuance of the invoice. This method of certification is, in fact, expressly provided for by art. 15, paragraph 1, lett. c) of the FCA as an alternative to the receipt "speaking". In relation to this case, it is believed, therefore, that the pharmacist, if you are experiencing problems in reporting the nature and quality of galenic preparations on the receipt, will issue an invoice for returning an indication of the nature of the product sold marked "drug "or" medicine "and the quality thereof the words" galenic preparation. "It is understood that in order to benefit from the right to deduct the tax in question must also be invoiced the amount of product purchased and the tax identification number of the recipient thereof. Given the above, it is considered that the applicant, not being in possession of expenditure documents that meet the information requirements required by art. 15, paragraph 1, lett. c) of the Income Tax Consolidation Act, can not benefit from the tax deduction in question. 
The Regional Directorates will ensure that the instructions and principles set out in this resolution be duly observed by the office. 
How to deduct a drug pharmaceutics, that is prepared in a pharmacy: it takes the bill 
It sometimes happens to be preparing a drug directly from the pharmacist. To this could be deducted from taxes in cases like this, you need to be drawn up by the pharmacist a bill ... 
It sometimes happens to be preparing a drug directly from the pharmacist. To this could be deducted from taxes in cases like this, you need to be drawn up by the pharmacist an invoice that indicates: 
the term "drug" for the nature of the product; 
the words "galenic preparation" for the quality of it; 
the number of packages purchased; 
social security number of the purchaser. 
Response of the Revenue 
The Internal Revenue Service has stated, in reply to the question asked by a citizen, who bought the drugs, made by the pharmacy (Galen), sure to take advantage of the deduction of expenditure at the time of submission of the tax return. But the receipts relating to medicinal products purchased did not report all the information required for the purposes of deduction, in practice they were not receipts pharmaceutical "talking" being prepared in the laboratory of the pharmacy did not have it the bar code and is therefore not allowed to read optical part of the cash register. 
The lady turned to the Inland Revenue, who stated that what is needed in these cases. 
Handbook of the Revenue: How to deduct drugs 
It is correct that a taxpayer should always know a posteriori behavior that should have taken? 
Since the coming into force next January the new rules for issuing receipts speakers, we ask that the Inland Revenue Provide as soon as possible to compile a handbook, with full disclosure of all documents that the taxpayer must ask when goes to the pharmacy to avoid losing the tax incentives 
The Galenic is the oldest art of pharmacy. 
In any pharmacy, laboratory Galenic is necessary to obtain, on prescription drugs for personal dose, dosage form, excipients, or that the industry does not produce. 
And 'possible to pack capsules, lotions, creams, ointments, syrups and tablets. 
The galenic laboratory is independent from the rest of the pharmacy and used only for this purpose. In addition to the equipment and tools required by law, is equipped with modern equipment, allowing faster execution and control of preparations. 
In our pharmacy you realize "magistral preparations" on prescription "workshop preparations" (which do not require a prescription and are based on formulas certified medicinal texts), "prepared cosmeceutical" products (halfway between the cosmetic and the drug ) and "herbal preparations" (herbal extracts). 
The latter, while not having a therapeutic purpose, have clear importance Healthy, optimizing nutritional status, favoring the condition of well-being and assisting the physiological functions of the body. 
medication Galenic 
The drug pharmaceutics is a traditional medicinal preparation by a pharmacist in a pharmacy in accordance with the instructions of the official pharmacopoeia of the Italian Republic. In Italy it is also possible to prepare Galen medication taken by the pharmacopoeias of other European Union countries. 
The drugs galenici of wide consumption are frequently made ​​available by the pharmaceutical industry, and in this case we speak, more correctly, of galenic officinale. Among the latter, iodine and talc minty, just to name two of the most commonly used. Generally, when it is available the galenic industrial production of such drugs in the pharmacy laboratory loses meaning because of the higher cost of the industrial preparation, unless not to require more than the quantities that may justify the use of the time of a pharmacist preparer. 
The term is also used as opposed to "drug master," also prepared by the pharmacist, but as directed by a doctor (magister), based on the knowledge of the physician himself and falls outside the traditional preparations considered. 
For a particular formula is included in the Pharmacopoeia, in addition to the traditional use are made ​​by a special commission also assessments of the therapeutic importance of the formula, so it happens that some formulas are eliminated in subsequent drafts of the pharmacopoeia. 
Claudius Galen, the ancient Greek physician, used to use many herbs and extracts as drugs, mixing them and adapting them to the individual patient. Hence the word 'pharmaceutics' featuring extemporaneous preparations. 
Today most of galenic preparations is commercially ready for use. But sometimes there is a need for a personalized medicine. 
Our pharmacy has a laboratory equipped with the best equipment for the extemporaneous preparation of galenic masterful (prepared according to the quantity and quality of each component indicated in the prescription) and Galen herbs (prepared according to the formulas given by the official pharmacopoeia and marketed under the same first name). 

The preparation of medicinal products in pharmacies open to the public guarantees the right to health of citizens, enabling them to take advantage of custom formulations and dosages, as well as orphan drugs (drugs no longer commercially available as it not profitable for pharmaceutical companies) can not be found on the market. 

In contrast to what is happening in the world of so-called counter drugs (OTC), or those that do not require a prescription (SOP) l¡¯attività preparative laboratory will always be inextricably linked to the profession of pharmacist, any development needs market will want to produce in the field of industrial medicine. 


To ensure and be able to compare the quality of medicinal products prepared, the pharmacist must operate in accordance with the requirements of Good Preparation of FU XI Ed. L¡¯ottemperanza of which allows you to increase the reliability of pharmaceutics and trust in the pharmacist preparer. 

The term "galenic preparation" is derived from the name of Galen (129 AD C200 / 16), an ancient Greek physician who spread the practice of mixing various medicinal remedies compose the basic substances. 

The documents show that the history of pharmacy until the end of the 18th century and the first decades of the 19th, most of the remedies sold in pharmacies were prepared directly from the pharmacist, thus giving the same professional trainer of technical rather that dispensing of medications. 

Beginning in the years following the end of World War II, with the development of industrialization, the practice of galenic preparation, which has always constituted the aspects which characterize the profession of pharmacist, has undergone a gradual reduction to become residual. 

However, the pharmacist has retained its role as a preparer of medicines, but under fairly strict laws.

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