Recap and Q&A with Neal

Neal Smoller, The Big Mouth Pharmacist

In This Episode

For our 20th episode, Neal is joined by his producer, Daena to answer some listener questions.

They cover what basic supplements to take, green supplements and powders, as well as stacking vitamin C and iron.

They also discuss dealing with constipation when taking minerals - because what episode is complete without poop talk?

Neal answers questions about cholesterol, managing menopause, the difference between cranberry and D-mannose, and our other show favorite- CBD! In this case, the effectiveness of topical CBD.

Topics Discussed

  • What basic supplements should everyone take
  • Types of green supplements and powders
  • Topical CBD
  • Vitamin C and iron
  • Minerals and constipation
  • Cholesterol management
  • Herbs and statins
  • Menopause
  • Cranberry and d-mannose
  • Acidophilus

About Neal

Neal is a pharmacist and the founder of Woodstock Vitamins. He owns an independent pharmacy in the most famous small town, Woodstock, NY.

The pharmacy focuses on holistic care using nutrition, supplements, and traditional medications. Neal envisions a new level of care in the natural products industry.

By bringing professional-level expertise and applying evidenced-based standards to his recommendations, the benefit found from these products can be tremendous.

Neal's mission is to create a new breed of vitamin store that raises the bar on the natural products industry. His greatest goal is to help people achieve optimal wellness through nutrition and quality supplements.

Resources

About The Author

Neal is a pharmacist who founded Woodstock Vitamins to help raise the bar on the natural products industry.  With the help of his expert staff, he's developed the Vitality Approved quality standards to bring a new level of integrity and trust to wellness. As a result, Woodstock Vitamins has become the go-to supplement brand for those who value transparency, quality, and pure ingredients in their supplement products.

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