Just Ordered Rapamycin w/ No Prescription
When I was at Raadfest18, it was announced that there was a vendor in the Exhibition Hall from whom Rapamycin could be ordered at a good price. Later I found out exactly what vendor from someone central to Life Extension. I went over there, and they said I could order Rapamycin online, and they gave me a coupon for $15 off the regular price. I just successfully ordered it from www.antiaging-systems.com The product is called "Rapa-Pro (rapamycin) and consists of 12 x 5mg Double Scored Tablets. The coupon worked (Code: RAAD15) so I was able to purchase Rapa-Pro for $74.99 plus shipping, which is a lot lower price that available from many sources discussed in this forum. They did not request a prescription. I would suspect something fishy here, except that the person who sent me to them was someone I trust. I will probably start taking 2.5 mg a week, and if I have no unpleasant side effects, I will increase that to 5mg a week. I will have my biomarkers measured first, as recommended in Age Reversal Update, published by the Society for Age Reversal that was distributed at Raadfest18, so that i can hopefully tell if it is doing me any good and also so my personal experience will add to what is known about the use of Rapamycin for anti-aging purposes. If you don't have Age Reversal Update, I'd try to obtain a copy. It describes the specifics of the anti-aging techniques currently available , as well as the order in which they should be pursued to achieve the optimal result.
Recently I had an independent lab (Echelon) compare dasatinib from a US pharmacy with some from an offshore source for purity and content. Soon will be repeating that process to compare a rapamycin reference sample from Sigma Aldrich with rapamycin from a US pharmacy, and some from an offshore source.
After the initial analysis is done (which is the most expensive part), you will be able to send your rapamycin samples to Echelon.
Cost will probably be about the same as dasatinib, $200-250 per sample.
Personally, I wouldn’t take a pharmaceutical from an offshore source without first having it tested. Admittedly I’m a cynic – but one who has heard some bad things and had real bad experience.
But is offshore rapamycin that less expensive than from US pharmacy? Understood there is cost and time involved in having a physician prescribe it.
By the way (and this relates to rapamycin) -- my own dasatinib was filled by CVS specialty pharmacy. They had me go through a process which included having a physician indicate a diagnosis code. So he indicated 2019 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code R54 -- Age-related physical debility.
This should work well for other age management therapies.
Another associate involved in our D+Q small trial went to a university pharmacy (UCLA), and they just filled the prescription for him much easier.
While I’m on a roll, here’s what my close circle of associates does to solve aging:
1) SYSTEM – Self Directed Age Management/Small Study Format
2) THERAPIES – Lists of Aging Intervention Therapies
3) MEASURES – Biomarkers, Objective Measures of Aging Therapy Results
I note that the Antiaging Store is apparently selling their old inventory of bogus rapamycin since they state that it has 3.25 mg of rapamycin. I personally will not be suckered again, and neither should you. IAS needs to obtain new formulations from Profound Products and subject them to testing before anyone orders.
Everyone -- I do not want to micromanage this, but to avoid problems like @uzoma_iwuagwu
experienced, in future I will facilitate or at least give an introduction to the right person at the right "Echelon".
Uzomo and others who want their rapamycin, dasatinib or other tested please contact me at 949 922 9786, or email JAdams@grg.org .
I get no commission or profit -- just helping.
IAS sold me sugar pills and instead of fixing the product, they decided to fix me:
Your last email has caused us great concern because you clearly state that you have been taking ‘extreme overdoses’ of the products.
As a duty of care to our customers, we can no longer supply you with any products knowing that you do not take these medications responsibly, under the guidance of a medical professional and are also taking extreme overdoses.
We are there for closing your account with us to prevent any misuse occurring in future with any products supplied by us.
The Antiaging Store