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lymeboy
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Hi everybody, I haven't been around in a while. I hope you're all making progress.

I have been trying to order A-bart or Bar1. I ran out of my supply and the site I was getting them from is dead.

Is there anywhere else I can purchase these formulas without a doctor's referral? I don't have a doc and I'm not going to one for drops!

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You might be able to get A-Bart from Forrest Health online.

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Which of the two is your preference? I haven't purchased anything from Forrest for quite some time, but I seem to remember that the prices on that site are often in excess of even what many LLMDs would charge in-office for certain brands. Also, I just checked and to buy Beyond Balance or Byron White items from ForrestHealth requires a paid consultation (or authorization from your LLMD), so be sure to take that into consideration.

In the event you need these products soon, it may be worth it to use Forrest Health or a similar site for the meantime. Don't forget that if you can get in contact with any physician's office with whom you have a relationship (not necessarily a LLMD, but perhaps even a primary care physician you've seen in the past etc..) and they are willing to give Forrest Health the OK for you to purchase, that may save you time and a bit of money.

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Yes I might be interested in that. Unfortunately, doctor visits are out of my budget so it's gonna have to be without or nothing.
Why exactly do we need a "rec" for this product. Not a prescription, just some BS gatekeeper crap? and Why is it $90 while it says $54 right next to it? Screw that site.

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I agree. The markups are insane for these products.
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ok well I suppose I'm long overdue for buhner herbs. That's next...
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Im having trouble affording my Byron white. Right now I'm on A-POL, it's like $90 a bottle. The markup is OUTRAGEOUS and I'm really upset there is not a way to afford these items better. They are my largest expense at my LLMD.

I e been on A-Bart, A-FNG, etc

Not to mention, beyond balance is super pricey as well.

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