Disulfiram (Acid Resistant, Slow Release) Capsules
Compounded capsules are gluten, casein, sugar, and soy-free.
Disulfiram is an FDA-approved drug, in use since 1951. Its approved indication is as an alcohol antagonist to help alcoholic patients stay sober. When alcohol is used in conjunction with Disulfiram, a strong reaction occurs that involves highly unpleasant symptoms. These symptoms are unpleasant enough to help prevent further alcohol consumption.
Researchers have recently tested Disulfiram for antimicrobial effectiveness.
Disulfiram was found to have an antimicrobial effect against several key pathogens.
Information for Practitioners
Contact your Practitioner Relations Manager to start prescribing Disulfiram (Acid-Resistant, Slow Release) Capsules.
Information for Patients
Call us at 1-800-918-8831 if you have a prescription for Disulfiram (Acid-Resistant, Slow Release) Capsules that you would like us to fill for you.
“Disulfiram, unexpectedly, appeared to exert activity against not only borreliosis but also babesiosis."
Disulfiram (Acid-Resistant, Slow Release) Capsules are available in the following strengths:
16.25mg acid-resistant capsules
25mg acid-resistant capsules
31.25mg acid-resistant capsules
50mg acid-resistant capsules
62.5mg acid-resistant capsules
100mg acid-resistant capsules
125mg acid-resistant capsules
200mg acid-resistant capsules
250mg acid-resistant capsules
375mg acid-resistant capsules
500mg acid-resistant capsules
Prescription Required: This medication requires a prescription from your prescriber.
Further Reading on Disulfiram
Research on Disulfiram for Lyme Disease