MedLab Compounded Dasatinib/Rapamycin/NAD/hormones
Repost from Announcement thread, any questions on this PM me.
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You need to get a prescription from your physician (hint, see if you can find a practitioner in this area who does telemedicine)
Shipping available to the following states
- New York
- Illinois (new!)
- New Jersey (new!)
- Other states being worked on
If you are from another state PM me
MedLab supplies NAD, Rapamycin, Dasatinib, etc so can fulfill all your prescriptions.
Individually dosed dasatinib-quercetin capsules for only $225. This represents a one-year supply for most people. You need a prescription.
Dr. Alan C. Zimmer, PharmD, RPh.
"Worlds Original Anti-Aging Pharmacist"
MedLab Pharmacy, Inc.
7300 West McNab Road, Ste 112
Tamarac, FL 33321
Telephone / Fax / Email:
Just received my unsolicited (I got the script, working with my MD and paid in full) Dasa/Quercetin senolytic, and NAD+ treatment from MedLab.
- The NAD is on the right and is enough for two boxes of patches, with a program of 1 patch/week I believe (10 weeks)
- The Dasatinib is the two pills in the middle (2 weeks, 1/week)
- The Quercetin is on the left (4 pills/week).
- The Senolytic is on first two consecutive weeks
The neat thing is the instructions are synergistic
Take 1 capsule by mouth the two consecutive Mondays prior to patch
for the Dasatinib instructions. So the program is two weeks of senolytics, then 10 weeks of NAD+ patch for a three month program total. Then in another three months do it again, for twice yearly. Or once/year is probably fine too.
Hm, since I do a week long fast twice a year in July and December, perhaps I should do this program at the halfway mark. I'll do this starting next Monday (I assume it could be done any day but Monday just so people don't forget), but I'll update the forum with the results.
Attached is what I received in cold pack, apologies for the redactions to hide any personal information. It also contained two boxes of standard Ionto Extra Strength electrophoresis patches. Otherwise this is a very affordable and reputable source from what I'm seeing.
Did first course this morning of senolytics. Empty stomach, no metformin for breakfast and didn't exercise in the morning as usual (no particular concern just thought to avoid possible interactions). Didn't notice any side effects, other than feeling generally off late afternoon, which could be a change in the weather, how I slept last night or some other reason. Or it could be related to the 'mild flu like symptoms' people sometimes get with this. The 'off feeling' was one of being rather sleep/tired.
Regarding the post about Medlab pharmacy above, unfortunately, pharmacist Dr. Alan Zimmer died in December of diabetic complications.
It is unclear whether his office will continue providing pharmacy services.
Please post here if you have any updates about Dr. Zimmer or the Medlab pharmacy.
If you have purchased products such as Rapamycin from the
Anti-Aging store you need to be aware that their check or draft processor
has been hacked. I received an email which had all of my Check
Draft information attached. It was from a hacker who was trying to extort me
for payment through Bit Coin or my personal information would be placed online.
I received this scam email last week. The letter claimed that I had bought Cialis when
I actually bought Rapamycin. The letter had a pdf attachment, which I scanned for
Virus with two anti-virus programs. The letter goes into great detail as to how to pay
approximately 800 dollars in Bit Coin to these scammer. I have deleted the mail and
pdf and am contacting my Bank as to a change in my account. Also did a complete
scan of my computer.
Just to provide a little more information. First I am a retired Police Commander and am very familiar with scammers. The major difference of presenting an E-check to someone is that generally the individual or business is not hacked. If it is hacked by a knowledgeable scammer you will find yourself at great risk. This is because a scammer generally has access to the dark web through post-bin and other apps that allow easy sell and transmission of your data in the Dark Web. The particular hacker we are dealing with is obviously proficient in what he does. Even though he has not got the exact purchase correct, he does have the information to scam us. The danger is, this particular hacker is that he or others can easily create a new E-check, send it through your bank. He could do this tomorrow or next year as long as your account has not changed. By the time the bank establishes the fraud they are long gone. Further failure to report a fraud to your bank may constitute a breach of your agreement with the bank and could result in a loss to you. I am taking the more conservative approach of changing my account number with my Bank. A total pain especially for payee's and incoming deposits, but two days work and it is done.
djmichel Good info and advice. Prudence would dictate to not deal with companies without a physical address, do not accept credit cards or PayPal. And not ingest products that have not been tested by a company you hire. I'll start a separate thread on the latter with a listing of possible analytical labs later.
One thing I am concerned about is that the company knew they were hacked and did not immediately contact their clients. Only after I was hacked and researched the E-check did I find out who the company was, called them and they admitted they were hacked. Sent me a generic link about how to and what to do if hacked.