Create compounds as unique as your next patient


Gluten Free

Dairy Free

Egg Free

Yeast Free

Soy Free

Sugar Free

Incredibly Pure Single Compounds

Offer your patients a customised formula that’s right for them.

RN Labs sources only the highest quality raw ingredients to deliver this unique range, and are proud to be
market leaders in making these innovative compounding ingredients available to Australian practitioners.

These pure compounds are additive-free, so are suitable for even the most sensitive individuals.

Each bottle is clearly labelled with ingredient density, to facilitate ease of dosage calculations, and a scoop may
be provided to assist with accurately determining patient doses according to your clinical judgement.

Compounding FAQs For Practitioners

Practitioners should conduct ongoing research and take care to follow their practitioner
association guidelines for appropriate administration of these compounding ingredients.

Nutritional compounding is the creation of a particular product to fit the unique needs of a patient. To do this, compounding practitioners combine appropriate ingredients.

A few reasons why compounding is becoming increasingly common amongst health practitioners are:

  • Accessing otherwise unavailable ingredients, thereby gaining increased positive results
  • Obtaining the exact dose needed for each particular ingredient
  • Financial benefits/savings
  • Increased patient compliance – combining multiple ingredients into one convenient dose
As long as you are an eligible healthcare practitioner, you are entitled to compound. Eligible practitioners include Nutritionists, Naturopaths, and Herbalists, on the condition of registration/membership with a professional association.
No – they are raw ingredients for extemporaneous use. Only after a qualified practitioner recommends the ingredient/s for their patient with the specified dose, can it be considered a finished supplement for ingestion.

adj. Carried out or performed with little or no preparation; impromptu (‘tempor’ meaning time – in the current time, as ‘one of a kind’).

As these are raw ingredients and not finished products, the prescribing healthcare practitioner must therefore use their own qualified professional judgement (based on their understanding and knowledge of the person and case). Each bottle is clearly labelled with ingredient density, to facilitate ease of dosage calculations, and a scoop may be available to assist with accurate dispensing.

Yes – your clinical judgement may classify a single ingredient suitable for use as a finished product. You will simply need to provide the applicable dose, labeling and instructions to your patient.

Yes – some practitioners choose to mix RN compounding ingredients with RN Labs product powders, such as Medi Restore or Mito Charge, so the patient can enjoy the convenience of shaking the mixture with water in one easy drink.

Featured Webinar Recordings

Nutritional Compounding 101

In this 105-minute webinar recording with Warren Maginn, learn how to successfully compound and gain numerous benefits for your patients and your clinic.

Practical Compounding 102

In this 90 minute webinar recording, Warren Maginn demonstrates how to optimally practice nutritional compounding in clinical practice.

Compounding resources for practitioners

Compound Dispensing Table

A table listing all information
required for compounding

Compound Price Worksheet

An e-fillable worksheet to assist you in pricing your mixed formulas

Compound Label Template

An e-fillable template that you can print and attach to your finished

Compound Resource Guide

A list of available resources for practitioners new to nutritional

S QLD / N NSW Area Manager

Jessica Morland

Jess is a qualified Nutritionist with a Bachelor of Health Science in Nutritional Medicine. She believes that there is no one size fits all approach and is passionate about educating, inspiring and supporting clients and practitioners with a customised approach to healthcare. Specialties include preconception, pregnancy, post-natal and infant care. 

Jess is excited to build relationships, educate and share her knowledge with both retail and practitioners in South Queensland and Northern NSW.

Lauren Matich, BHSc (Nat.)

Lauren Matich

BHSc (Nat.)

Lauren is an NHAA accredited Clinical Naturopath with a Bachelor of Health Science. She is incredibly passionate about natural health and educating clients on the foundational importance of nutrition, lifestyle and stress management and believes complimenting these building blocks with nutraceutical support and functional testing often holds the key to optimal health and vitality. Lauren looks forward to supporting practitioners and clients in these key areas.

Specialties include supporting thyroid health, digestive disorders and mental health.