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Personal Prescription Medication Supplies

Now you have the ability to personally stock up on Rx medications to help round out your self managed insurance plan.

Current coupon codes: BUCKHORN & READY20

Click here to see all of your options.

How does it work?

You’ll fill out a medical intake form and a medical provider will issue the prescriptions, fulfill them, and ship them direct to your door (all online and finished in a couple of minutes). This is a simple, legal way to ensure you have the right meds at the moment you need them. No gatekeepers, no office visits, no surprise billing, no problems.

How long do medications actually last? I’ve written up an explanation with the source:

Prescription Expiration

Beyond the Label: The Surprising Shelf Life of Medications

Use coupon code: BUCKHORN (for additional savings)

  • Available in the United States & Canada
  • Get useful Rx Drugs (with a long shelf life) prescribed, fulfilled, and shipped direct.
  • Add-on prescription selections (you can choose additional meds).
  • Get YOUR current medications fulfilled12 month extended supply of your current daily prescription medications.
  • Subsitution requests are available.
  • Unlimited Physician Follow-ups.
  • Additional Kid’s Case Available: Emergency medication supply for kids ages 2-11

What’s included in the Emergency Med Case?

This is what’s included in the basic case, there are also add-ons that can be purchased in addition to these 5 medications (listed below). Included: 5 Effective Prescription Drugs, Emergency Medication Guide, and Unlimited Physician Follow-ups + ability to include add-ons.

Amoxicillin-Clavulanate (generic for Augmentin®)

Treats skin, sinus, throat, dental, urinary tract infections, pneumonia, bite wounds, and intra-abdominal infections.

Azithromycin (Pack of 6)

Used for respiratory, ear, and throat infections, infectious diarrhea, certain sexually transmitted diseases, and typhoid fever, especially for those allergic to penicillin.


Addresses urinary tract, kidney, and prostatitis infections, bone and joint infections, infectious diarrhea, intra-abdominal infections, and bioterrorism threats like anthrax and plague.


Effective against skin and soft tissue infections, ear and sinus infections, pneumonia, bioterrorism infections (anthrax, plague, tularemia), malaria, Lyme disease, and MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus).


Treats amoebic infections, skin infections, intra-abdominal infections, C. diff diarrhea, tetanus, and certain sexually transmitted diseases.

Emergency Medication Guide

This guidebooks is priceless! Includes symptom charts, detailed information by medication, conditions, risks, and instructions on how to use each medication.

Package Options

Select the standard case and add-on specific medications that fit your needs best or select a Kid’s Case or Max Case (see everything included).

Jase Medication Prescription Case

Standard Case

Max Prescription Case from Jase

Max Case

Kids Rx Case from Jase

Kid’s Case

You can add-on!

You have the ability to choose additional medications to customize your Med Case to meet your specific needs.

Here’s what’s available:

  • Acetaminophen 500mg (OTC): An antipyretic (fever reducer) and analgesic (pain reliever). Available in quantities of 60-100 tablets based on the country of origin.
  • Acetazolamide 250mg: Used for acute altitude sickness and glaucoma (acute angle-closure). Comes in a pack of 10 tablets.
  • Albuterol HFA 90mcg 18gm: For bronchospasm and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease exacerbation. Available as one solution (US only).
  • Atovaquone-Proguanil 250/100mg: An antimalarial medication. Comes in a pack of 40 tablets.
  • Celecoxib 100mg: Treats acute pain, including general, menstrual, and gout-related pain. Comes in a pack of 28 capsules.
  • CiproDex Otic 0.3%/0.1%: Used for otitis externa (Swimmer’s Ear). Available as one solution.
  • Dexamethasone 4mg: Treats inflammation, acute altitude/mountain sickness, high-altitude cerebral edema, and asthma. Comes in a pack of 10 tablets.
  • Diphenhydramine (Benadryl) 25mg (OTC): Used for allergic reactions, hives, insomnia, motion sickness, and nausea/vomiting. Available in quantities of 60-100 tablets based on the country of origin.
  • EpiPen Auto Injector 0.3mg: An alpha/beta agonist medication for severe allergic reactions. Available as 1-2 injectors based on the country of origin.
  • Famotidine (Pepcid) 20mg (OTC): A histamine H2 blocker. Available in quantities of 60-100 tablets based on the country of origin.
  • Fluconazole 150mg: Used for vaginal candidiasis. Comes in a pack of 4 tablets (females only).
  • Hydroxyzine 25mg: Treats insomnia, itching, and hives. Comes in a pack of 30 tablets.
  • Hydrocortisone 2.5% topical cream: A low potency topical steroid used to treat dermatitis and itching. Available in a 30g tube (US only).
  • Ibuprofen 200mg (OTC): For fever reduction and pain relief. Available in packs of 100 tablets (US only).
  • Ivermectin 3mg (20 tablets): An anti-parasitic medication. Enough to treat parasitic infections such as scabies. (Sale price: US $80)
  • Ivermectin 3mg (40 tablets): An anti-parasitic medication. Enough to treat parasitic infections such as scabies. (Sale price: US $145)
  • Loperamide 2mg (OTC): Used for acute and chronic diarrhea. Comes in a pack of 12 tablets.
  • Methylprednisolone 4mg: A corticosteroid. Comes in a pack of 21 tablets (US only).
  • Naloxone HCL 4mg nasal spray: Used for opioid overdose. Available as a 2-pack (US only).
  • Ofloxacin ophthalmic 0.3%: Treats bacterial conjunctivitis. Available as one suspension.
  • Ondansetron 4mg: Used for nausea and vomiting. Comes in a pack of 21 tablets.
  • Oseltamivir 75mg (Tamiflu): Used for influenza. Available in packs of 10 tablets.
  • Permethrin 5% 60g: A topical anti-parasitic agent. Available in a 60g tube (US only).
  • Scopolamine 1mg Patch: Used for motion sickness. Comes in a pack of 4 patches (US only).
  • Silver Sulfadiazine Cream 1% (20g): A topical antibiotic. Available in a 20g tube.
  • Triamcinolone 0.1% (15g): Used for dermatitis (atopic, contact, seborrheic, and vulvar) and psoriasis. Available in a 15g tube (US only).
  • Valacyclovir 500mg: Treats herpes simplex (oral or genital) and herpes zoster (shingles). Comes in a pack of 60 tablets.

Daily Overview (Your Med Backup Supply)

A convenient solution to secure a 12-month emergency supply of your essential daily prescription medications. This service ensures you are prepared for unexpected situations like supply chain disruptions, natural disasters, or extended travel.

Backup Supply

How it Works:

  1. Online Form: Fill out a simple online form and place your order.
  2. Physician Review: A board-certified physician reviews your order and addresses any questions.
  3. Home Delivery: Your 12-month medication supply is mailed directly to your home.

Conditions Covered:

  • Cholesterol
  • Diabetes
  • Family Planning
  • Heart Health & Blood Pressure
  • Mental Health


Sunday 7th of July 2024

Does this cover non standard prescription medications? Could you address how to access non standard specialty medications for emergencies. Thank you

Rob Benson

Sunday 7th of July 2024

Yes, one of the big opportunities for preparedness (and what Jase offers) is their Jase Daily (You can purchase up to a 12 month emergency supply of your current daily prescription medication.). You can check out the details here. Their customer support is really helpful too.

Judy Harding

Friday 28th of June 2024

I see you switched from recommending the Wellness Company to Jase. I have already received my medications from them earlier this year. Should I be concerned about the validity of the medications?

Rob Benson

Friday 28th of June 2024

About your received medications: I'm not convinced there's any problem with their Rx meds. I will not be getting rid of mine (I'll hold on to them just the same). My concerns now is in relation to their business practices which COULD bleed into all other aspects. We'll see...

My public statement:

After approximately six months of working directly with The Wellness Company as an affiliate partner, I feel compelled to share my experience and caution potential customers about engaging with this company.

I have received numerous complaints about their poor customer support and unethical business practices. My personal experience aligns with these concerns, revealing that the company prioritizes profits over customer satisfaction. They operate similarly to Big Pharma and Big Insurance, focusing solely on their bottom line.

Fortunately, there are ethical companies that provide superior service.


Wednesday 19th of June 2024

Does Medicare cover our normal prescription