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Don't Forget: Mail Us Your Rx!

There have always been a lot of very good reasons for buying prescription drugs online. The most important one is, of course, the ability to save a lot of money over other ways of having your prescriptions filled. Convenience is also very important since many busy people do not have time to worry about filling prescriptions during normal business hours. The Internet never closes.

We offer three easy ways to place an order with us. You can telephone your order in, and one of our staff of friendly, knowledgeable operators will walk you through the entire process from start to finish. You can fax or mail your order in, and we will contact you if we have any questions. Or, you can also handle the entire process using our online ordering system which moves you through a series of simple forms that will do the job without any need of human involvement.

The one critical element which must be carried out regardless of which ordering method you prefer is to get us a physical copy of your prescription if it doesn't come directly from your doctor's office. Just like your local pharmacy, a physical prescription is required for accurate record keeping.​

As the US moves more towards e-scribing and it becomes more and more common for state regulatory requirements, you might not be given a physical prescription. Mention to your doctor you are getting your medication from Canada, and they will still be able to provide you with a written prescription.

Once you order has been placed, please mail in your physical prescription to: PO Box 121 STN L Winnipeg MB R3H 0Z4 Canada

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