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Yes, you can.We never ask for doctor prescription. For orders filled by our contracted US&Canadian pharmacy, they have a licensed US&Canadian physician who will review your entire medical history against your written prescription and once satisfied will issue a new prescription under his/her US&Canadian license so we can fill your order. Please note that this is solely the case with orders filled from US&Canada and may be different in other countries.
No, we never ask you for prescription. Just if you buy from your local pharmacy, they require a valid prescription from a licensed physician.
If your prescription allows it, we can send you a maximum of a 3-month supply of each medication. If your prescription allows refills, we can refill your medication for you every 3 months as well.
We accept ONLY CRYPTOCURRENCY PAYMENT for security and privacy reasons. We are encouraging our customers to use this method. All available Cryptocurrency payment type will be confirmed at the time of order.
Because the insurance system is different in every country, we unfortunately cannot deal directly with your insurance company. If you have private insurance, you should contact your insurance company prior to ordering from us to see if they will reimburse you for prescriptions. We will issue you a receipt for all of your prescriptions, and these can be submitted to your insurance company for payment.
Most customers benefit an average of 40% to 50% on their prescription drug costs. Sometimes the savings can go as high as 80%. However, please note that while the majority of medications are cheaper, there are exceptions.
Due to licensing agreements in different countries of the world, sometimes drug manufacturers market the same drug under different names in different countries. These are different trade names for the same medication. For example, “Prilosec” is the trade name of omeprazole in some countries, while in Canada and New Zealand, it is marketed under the name “Losec”, even though they are both the same medication manufactured by Astra Zeneca. This is an example and not representative of all the products available for sale.
Generally speaking, a ”generic“ drug is quite simply a copy of the Brand name product that contains the same active ingredient and meets the same rigorous pharmaceutical standards as Brand name drugs for quality, purity, and strength before they can be marketed in the country the product is registered. Slight differences are possible but not in any of the active pharmaceutical ingredients, nor in the therapeutic effect of the product itself. All generic drugs and brand name drugs are treated similarly and must be reviewed and approved by the respective country’s health authorities before they can be sold.
We offer free shipping for orders over $1000 to any destination within US,Canada and Intenarionational . The shipping charge is $65.00 USD for orders under $1000 to any destination
Occasionally, there may be some delays that are beyond our control
Packages which are shipped by our contracted US&Canadian pharmacy are shipped via Post Small Packet. Packages .Packages shipped from our contracted international facilities are shipped using the various postal services available to them.