Q: Is it legal to obtain and use peptides?
A: Peptides are entirely legal to obtain and use in Australia with a doctor's prescription. Considered a schedule 4 medication, this amino protein can be purchased at a licensed compounding pharmacy. It is, however, illegal in Australia to import or export peptides.
Q: Are peptides permitted for use by athletes in professional sports?
A: Drug testing is a routine requirement for athletes who compete for most professional sporting organisations. In many cases, peptides are considered a banned substance. Check with your particular organisation prior to placing an order if you are a professional athlete.
Q: Will peptides affect work-related drug tests?
A: Peptides do show up on a standard drug test. We recommend checking to see if your workplace prohibits these amino proteins. If prescription medications are permitted, we can provide your prescription information for your employer.
Q: Where do you manufacture your peptides?
A: The peptides we offer to customers are manufactured by Australian compounding pharmacies. We only work with pharmacies licensed to compound peptides.
Q: How can I dispose of my needles and syringes?
A: Your needles and syringes should never be thrown into the trash. You can purchase a disposable container from your local pharmacy. It can often be disposed of at the same pharmacy where you purchased the container. You can also contact a disposal facility in your area.
Q: Is pathology testing necessary?
A: While we encourage pathology testing, it's not a requirement. If you do have a pathology performed by your own doctor, we suggest forwarding a copy of the results to us for reference purposes.
Q: Can you advise me of the best products to use?
A: Yes we can give you a general guideline of what we recommend based purely on what is discussed if any information is missed out by you then we can't be held accountable.
Q: What is the mandatory prescription and why do I need to pay it?
A: The mandatory prescription covers you for the following for each order:
1) The cost to raise a prescription and dispense.
2) The cost of postage to your address provided via aus post express.
3) The cost of the consumables used for the products ( eg needles and swabs).
Q: Can I view your pricing information?
A: We're not permitted to publicly list prices for peptides because they are a schedule 4 medication. However, you will have access to pricing details once you register online and complete the medical questionnaire.
Q: Can I get a refund if I change my mind?
A: Sorry we do not offer refunds so choose carefully or ask questions before ordering.