Another Source For Antibiotics

I just discovered this one. It’s called Antibiotics For Survival. He calls himself Doctor V and says:

It is also important to note, that I am a US based, licensed physician, and that this website uses security features and email that are 100% HIPAA compliant.”

He offers packs based upon your needs. This is what he calls his ““No Drug Allergies” Survival Pack”:

Amoxicillin – #100 capsules (5 courses)
Azithromycin – #18 capsules in 3 blister packs of 6 (3 “Z-Packs”)
Cephalexin – #100 capsules (5 courses)
Ciprofloxacin – #100 capsules (5 courses)
Clindamycin – #100 capsules (2 courses)
Doxycycline – #50 tablets (3 courses)
Sulfamethoxazole / Trimethoprim – #100 tablets (5 courses)

It costs $279.00. He has other packs available for people who are, for instance, allergic to penicillin. You need to fill out a medical information form before you can buy.

Here is another source: All Day Chemist.

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3 Responses to Another Source For Antibiotics

  1. sortahwitte says:

    Jim! Thank you! That really is info I can use.

  2. Locke n Load says:

    Thats a couple of great fallback sources Jim, outstanding. Just sent the wife an email telling her I’m going to see if our family doctor would prescribe along those lines for an emergency kit. He may do it considering he knows wifey is in nursing school. I imagine he trusts me as well but most Drs probably worry about raising red flags with the govt.

    Assuming I can get him to do so, the prescriptions will run only about half that price if I can get them thru Walmart. Walmart and Sams are awesome with their $4 prescriptions.

    Might want to add to all this that storing drugs usually involves dark and cool temps. Using a vacuum sealer is even better. Oxygen is the enemy of long term storage so vacuum seal any loose pills and store in a metal container in a cool location.

  3. Jim22 says:

    “Oxygen is the enemy of long term storage”

    So right. Consider sealing them in light-proof mylar bags with an oxygen absorber in with them.

    Mylar bags:


    The bags are bigger than you need for this project but they can be cut into smaller pieces and sealed with either a vacuum sealer or a flat iron. Watch the video on the mylar bags page to learn how.