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Emergency medications to have on hand when regular care is unavailable

Prescribed online by U.S. physicians and shipped to you

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This product is intended only for people who are unable to obtain regular medical care. You must anticipate living, working or traveling where care is unavailable.

Every bag comes with an online doctor visit to make sure that all items are medically appropriate for you

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You must complete an online telehealth visit, including a complete medical history, before any prescriptions are issued.

Only your provider can decide, based on your medical history and other factors, whether it is medically appropriate for you to receive prescriptions. You may not be eligible to receive items pictured or described on this site.

How can medications be prescribed for future use?

In certain circumstances, doctors can write prescriptions for patients to have on hand and use in the future if necessary. This practice is called advance prescribing, also known as prophylactic prescribing or empiric self-treatment.

Read more in our FAQ.

Where are the medications sourced?

We've partnered with a mail-order pharmacy in the United States that specializes in filling telehealth prescriptions by mail. Our partner pharmacy is a fully licensed and regulated U.S. pharmacy, VIPPS certified by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy.

Read more in our FAQ.

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If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor, go to the emergency department, or call 911 immediately.