Sources for inexpensive prescription Rapamycin
My understanding is that in the U.S. Rapamycin is expensive with prescription, but it can be purchased overseas for much cheaper. Recommendations for pharmacies (compounding or otherwise) that have websites where it can be purchased if you have a prescription? Canada would be ideal.
I need a good doctor that also takes medicare... who is very friendly to giving prescriptions for anti-aging drugs.... does anyone have any names .. I am going to be in Florida off and on for the next few months but reside in Kansas city area...So anyone in Florida will work... Dr Gaines is a good doctor but he does not take medicare...
I accidentally posted this in the "general" category - probably more appropriate here:
I've posted a request for quotes on Sirolomus / Rapamycin / Rapamune on the http://IndiaMart.com website and gotten lots of quotes between $1 / 1 Mg. Tablet up to about $4 / mg but of course the manufacturers are all pretty shady and its impossible to know what the purity / quality or contaminants are.
As many of you have probably read - there are huge issues with the generic medicines coming out of India. See these articles:
How Some Generic Drugs Could Do More Harm Than Good
I'm considering using the new medicine evaluation service offered by Valisure.com to evaluate the medicine I would purchase and would appreciate feedback from others who might have used the service.
It would seem very helpful if we shared the testing results on different medicines / batch numbers, from different resellers - so we can all be more likely to get good quality products.
I'm using https://www.qalytude.com
for my metformin, and they are also soon coming out with NAD patches (which I'm going to "beta test" soon, but no date on when they will have Rapamycin. Anyone recommend a doctor in Northern California who will write a prescription for Rapamycin?
Well, I found a new "solution" to my rapamycin problem. After the AntiAging store "placebo debacle" (I never did get that refund), I thought I'd try again.
I went to Alibaba, Dozens of stores sell rapamycin. I picked one that took a Mastercard. I ordered a 1 gram sample and waited. They sent 2.26 grams (usually they sell by the kilo so obviously were not concerned about a trivial weight difference) of what was claimed to be 99% medicinal grade rapamycin. The package was routed through the US and was opened and the sample split... There was a big DEA tape on the package... but I suspect they were looking for narcotics and found none.
It cost $100 US plus $50 shipping. I bought a jewelers scale, 2 lbs of lactose, then like "Breaking bad", cut my 2.26 grams with the lactose. I calculated that 407 grams of my now diluted powder would contain a single gram of rapamycin. This is 1/8th tsp of powder. I had been on it for 2 weeks, and got my trough level back today, 2.0. This is identical to level when taking the 1 gram of "rapamune" at $10 per pill.
So, 150 for the rapamycin, $20 for the lactose, $30 for the scale. $200 US all in. I have 2260 doses of rapamycin. This would cost me $22,260.00 Canadian!
In my view, worth the bother. I would NOT do this without testing the drug, or blood levels, but is an option for those who can do some simple algebra and have a table-top to compound the powder.
My kilo of resvratrol and a year of NMN is coming from the same supplier.
I hope this helps.
Regards to all.
Just an update. I received a full refund from the AAS yesterday. They seemed unable to wire $ to Canada, but worked hard on a solution. I received a registered letter... with a cash refund in the mail. Above and beyond. I am pleased that I was part of the process that led to them identifying problems with their Rapa-pro product, but they dealt with it appropriately.
I heard that meta-analysis of randomized trials and cost evaluation model have shown renal transplant recipients maintained on tacrolimus have better outcomes than patients maintained on sirolimus. Here you can check manufacturers and suppliers of Tacrolimus: https://www.pipelinepharma.com/tacrolimus-manufacturers
Hi , I live in Canada and would like any advise on the easiest way to order Rapamycin. We do not have dr here that will prescribe it so I was going to order from antiaging but they are currently showing out of stock. Bonhoa did not come up and dropship does not ship to Canada. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks .......Murray