- Drug Testing
- Pathology Testing
- Pricing Information
- Product Information
- Product Refunds
- Product Use
The peptides we offer to customers are manufactured by Australian compounding pharmacies. We only work with pharmacies licensed to compound peptides.
Sorry we do not offer refunds so choose carefully or ask questions before ordering.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.