Compounding Pharmacy - Waterloo, Iowa

NuCara’s Waterloo, Iowa Compounding Pharmacy works with physicians and patients to provide custom compound medications. Compounding provides many options for patients who are unable to take conventional medications.

Compounding Pharmacy Waterloo Iowa

Pharmaceutical Compounding Services Available:

  • WartPEEL® for Treatment of Common and Plantar Warts

  • Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men and Women

  • Veterinary Medications
  • Dermatological Preparations (Topical Anesthetics, Acne Products, Psoriasis/Eczema, Nail Infection, Pigmentation Abnormalities, etc.)
  • Pain Management (Low-Dose Naltrexone, Topicals for Neuropathic Pain and Generalized Pain, etc.)
  • Dental (Mouth Rinses, Topical Anesthetics, etc.)
  • Pediatrics
  • Allergen-Free Medications
  • Sterile Compounds (Tri-Mix and Bi-Mix Injections, Sterile Eye Drops, Bladder Irrigations, Vitamin Injections, Eye Injections)
  • Wound Therapies (Antibiotic Gels, Misoprostol and Phenytoin Gels)
  • GI Treatments (Anal Fissures, Hemorrhoids, Enemas)

For more information call us at 319-236-8891 or email

  • Low Dose Naltrexone
  • Studies have shown benefits of LDN for treating autoimmune disorders, Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS), and we are able to work with mental health providers on dosing for patients if the provider wants to give it a try before other extreme options or if other options have failed.

Low dose naltrexone (LDN) is a safe and well-tolerated treatment for pain and inflammation. It is prescribed to help treat chronic pain and autoimmune disorders such as Crohn's disease, multiple sclerosis and fibromyalgia. It is also used in various types of cancers and mental health issues.

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Organizations who founded PCAB and who make up the PCAB Board of Directors include The American College of Apothecaries, National Community Pharmacists Association, American Pharmacists Association, National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations, International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists, National Home Infusion Association, National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, and the United States Pharmacopeia. The creation of this board by such a diverse group was in response to the need that the pharmacy profession had to establish an enhanced, profession-wide system of standards by which each compounding pharmacy can tests its quality processes. There are less than 1% of an estimated 60,000 pharmacies nationwide that have attained the distinction of being a PCAB accredited compounding pharmacy. More information regarding PCAB and the requirements of this accreditation can be found at