Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a prescription for compounded drugs?
Yes, a prescription is required. Are compounded drugs covered by my insurance? We do not bill insurance companies directly, however, we would be happy to fill out a Universal Claim Form to help you get reimbursed.
How do I send my prescription to you?
Your doctor can send your prescription to the pharmacy via fax or phone. You can also mail us your original prescription.
Who can write a prescription for compounded drugs?
Only a USA licensed physician, physician's assistant, or nurse practitioner can write a compounded prescription.
I live in Washington, can you mail my prescription to this state?
Yes. We are authorized to dispense in all 50 states.
What methods of shipping services do you utilize?
We can mail a prescription anywhere in the United Stats using US mail, UPS, or FedEx.
- 1st class mail- 7-10 days
- Priority mail- 3-4 days
- FedEx Economy- 3 business days
- 2nd Day- 2 business days
- Overnight- next business day
Does the FDA approve compounded medications?
In the 1930's, the FDA was created to regulate manufacturers that produced and distributed drugs to the mass market. Compounding pharmacies do not produce or distribute to the mass market. State laws regulate compounding pharmacies. The chemicals that are used by compounding pharmacies are obtained from FDA approved and inspected facilities.