Anyone know one that does not require a prescription and is fast delivery? No - its not for viagra, my dr wants to see me again and I refuse to pay his office visit fee of $150 for a bad case of bronchitis.
"Does not require a prescription" means it is neither truly reliable nor a pharmacy.
I''ve been trying to find an online pharmacy to purchase antibiotics that does not require a pharmacy.%0D\
I''d be interested in hearing from anyone who has a good find.
meant to type - that does not require a prescripton
R1 you know what I mean, stop being pedantic.
Try www.inhousepharmacy.com or www.unitedpharmacies.com. Both are reliable and carry a wide range of noncontrolled stuff. Good sources for Retin-A and bimatoprost (Latisse).
are any of the Indian pharmacies good? Canadian ones? Where's the best place for discounts on Latisse, Retin-A, etc?
I haven't R10, but have heard great things about the products themselves that they carry. However please us a prepaid credit card when ordering (not your regular credit or debit card) I heard that some people had their CC numbers stolen/unauthorized charges after using allday chemist.
I second what R5 says. Inhousepharmacy is the best. They are more expensive then alldaychemist, but great customer service. Plus I heard it takes weeks to get an order delivered from alldaychemist - inhousepharmacy has much quicker ship time.
I ordered some generic Latisse from alldaychemist. Wish I'd seen your post first, R11. I'll let you know if I have any problems. But do you know how much it was? $10. Ten. Dollars.
My dermatologist sells it for $140.
Retin-A for $3.75.
I've had good luck with Aclepsa.com.
Get a decent cough syrup, drink as much apple cider vinegar and lemon in hot tea as you can, munch raw garlic and pick up a tube of homeopathic phosphorous pellets.
If you need an antibiotic, such as amoxicillin, try fish mox. Easy to find on Ebay or any pet supply store.
R12 - I know! Alldaychemists prices are dirt cheap (save the price gouging on shipping - I think they charge a minimum of 25 dollars for shipping). But the bottles/tubes themselves are quite small.The 3.75 Retin-A is probably a 15gm tube, where as the Retin-A normal size tube is 45gm.
Still, very cheap though even if you get 3 small tubes it's a fraction of what it costs in the US.
Post back and let me know how long your shipment takes. I've never ordered from Alldaychemists just because I didn't want to go to the trouble of getting a prepaid card just to place the order - but also because I heard shipments takes nearly a month, and I am rather impatient when I order products.
I cannot get a website for inhousepharmacy.com
Check this pharmacy review site online. I've used their recommendations and been very happy.
Stop smoking, OP.
That's why you don't want o see your dr
And yes, you do smoke.
you might laugh but the 1800petmeds is right. The same antibiotics you take are available off the shelf at petsmart etc..Cipro, Penicillian etc...Fish are treated with human antibiotics and you don't need a prescription. tetracycline, erythromycin and ampicillin can all be bought in capsule form. You can get more off the internet by searching for fish antibiotics. Dooms day preppers stock up on them all the time this way.
inhousepharmacy.biz is good and reliable. I have allergies and COPD and use Advair to keep it under control. I do have a prescription from my pulmonologist but my last visit, I told him I don't need to renew my prescription because it is not necessary to have a prescription to order from inhouse. It's about 1/3 the price what I would pay here in the States (my crappy insurance doesn't cover it). If you order from them, I recommend just to use the regular (free if your order is over $100) shipping rather than the more expensive option. It gets there just as fast.
r1 and r2 google fish antibiotics - you can get pharm grade antibiotics for cheap with no prescription.
OP over the winter I had a bad case of bronchitis that I just couldn't kick. I'd feel better after a few days on antibiotics then start feeling bad again. It was getting ridiculously expensive going back and forth to the doctor. A friend got me to try colloidal silver from a health food/vitamin store that made their own. I didn't have much hope, but my friend said if it didn't work he'd help me pay for the next doctor visit and prescription. Within two days I felt much better and in four it was completely gone, and it didn't come creeping back. If nothing else it's worth reading up on and checking to see where you can find it in your own city. I've since found out that quite a few people prefer it to broad spectrum antibiotics.
Or you could just buy fish antibiotics. Do they come in mg comparable to prescription amounts? Or do you have to take a whole pack every day?
The colloidal silver troll always comes...what next the neti pot troll?