All the products listed here are ones I have researched thoroughly, have used or currently use, and wholeheartedly recommend to you. As a nurse researcher in healthcare, this in-depth investigation continues in everything I do. Hopefully, I’ve saved you time and money by narrowing down your choices, and thereby, freeing you of a tiresome chore! I am a member of affiliate marketing companies and the product links are linked to these company websites.
I hope you make your needed health purchases here. When you buy through this website, I receive a tiny commission. So, thank you for helping me out!
Protect yourself from mosquitos and potential infections organically and naturally. This product is deet-free!
GenTeal Tears is for treating graft vs. host disease of the eyes and for general dry eye syndrome. It is natural tears to lubricate your eyes during the day. Whatever brand you buy, make sure it’s preservative-free and one-time use vials…the last thing you need is an eye infection!!
GenTeal Tears is for treating severe graft vs. host disease of the eyes. Use the gel at bedtime because it will be like seeing through vaseline. Whatever brand you buy, make sure it’s preservative-free. Wash your hands with soap and water before touching around your eyes. GenTeal lubricating GEL
My blood and marrow transplant team prescribed Lovaza to lower my triglycerides. Because of the immunosuppressant, my triglyceride jumped to greater than 600mg/dL…normal range is 0 – 149mg/dL! Since Lovaza is not a prescription drug, I would have to pay out of pocket…it was $120 per bottle! So I researched for a substitute supplement with a similar strength and found…
Whatever brand you buy, make sure the strength of each capsule is similar to what your transplant team recommends.
Peppermint oil is a natural way to control mild nausea. I started using Pepogest about 1 year after my stem cell transplant for mild nausea and found it very helpful.
If you have severe nausea and vomiting, follow your transplant team’s medication recommendations.