Rapamycin source: Tailor Made Compounding in Kentucky

Hello everyone, 

Many of you have emailed the Age Reversal Network looking for a source of rapamycin and dasatinib. 

It has come to my attention that several individuals have been using the pharmacy, Tailor Made Compounding, to obtain rapamycin with a prescription. Some members have also claimed on this forum that they have also purchased dasatinib from Tailor Made. 

This pharmacy is apparently located in Nicholasville, KY. Several members have stated they have had good experiences with them. 

I have not personally ordered from them, but from what some members have told me, I think they are worth contacting to ask questions about their price and availability to fill your prescription for rapamycin or dasatinib.

If you are reading this post and have had experience with them, please consider telling us about your experience. 


--Maximus Peto

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    • Michael
    • Michael.1
    • 3 yrs ago
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    There is a well known pharmacy in Houston that compounds the cream with a script.


  • Does anyone know the cost of Rapamycin from Tailor Made?

    • Karina D.
    • KarinA_D
    • 2 yrs ago
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    Tailor Made is the compounding pharmacy Dr. Alan Green uses too.  They supply both Dasatinib and Rapamycin.  

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  • Doyle's says their cream is not systemically absorbed, so useless for antiaging purposes.

  • TailorMade makes their own sirolimus capsules in-house, so they are relatively cheap -  $6/3mg and $12/6mg capsule.

    Amazon pharmacy charges $24/2mg tablet, although it says Prime members get a price of about $8.25/2mg tablet.

  • Hello All. Has anyone used this medication for Feline CKD and HCM? My 13 year old cat has both concurrent conditions and a low dose of this med may be helpful for him. Clinical trials are still ongoing for cats, but the starting dose if one were to try it on their pet is suggested as 0.05- 0.1mg/kg 3 times a week for 10 weeks. Any thoughts on this? Thank you!!

    • Agingdoc1
    • Agingdoc1
    • 7 mths ago
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    Don’t ask me how I know but reputation: 1) long wait on phone but 2) superb customer service: they are experiencing a massive demand and expansion, the former is probably not atypical and latter what really counts. They make supply bitb their own compounded sirolimus and generic Rapamune. Alan Green’s favorite.

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