Your Emergency Medicine Kit: The Prescriptions You REALLY Need

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Everyone remembers how terrible the access to appropriate medical care was during the Covid pandemic. If you didn’t have a solid emergency medicine kit, you probably found it difficult to gain access to the medications you needed. For more than a year, getting an appointment often hinged on your vaccination status. Physicians weren’t always allowed to prescribe a drug that was proven to shorten the course and lessen the severity of the illness. Everything revolved around maximum profit for Big Pharma and maximum control for Big Government.

It felt like very little revolved around medical freedom. It felt like very little revolved around individual needs.

If you’ve noticed the hints in the news lately, I think that we’re very likely to be facing a replay of the 2020 lockdowns soon. We’ll hear people demanding that everyone mask up, get jabbed, take one for the team, and fall in line. We’ll begin to see the hatred and discrimination against those who make choices that are best for themselves and their families, just like we saw before.

We may also be facing the disregard of the medical system. But there’s a refreshing new business out there that’s determined to change all this, at least for those of us who want the change.

Here’s what we can do

The new business is called The Wellness Company. I tried them out so I could tell you my honest thoughts and opinions on how these doctors practice medicine and I want to tell you about my experience. But first I’d like to give you a little bit of background.

One of the members of their Chief Medical Board will sound very familiar to those who spent a lot of time researching protocols during the last wave of the Covid19 pandemic. Dr. Peter McCullough, a cardiologist, made headlines for “promoting disinformation” during the pandemic. In fact, though, McCullough did nothing more than question the advice given by officials and cast doubt on the efficacy of the vaccine, something that time has proven was largely ineffective in every way. His body of research is absolutely enormous and many articles citing him can be found here.

The TL;dr version comes from a quote by Dr. McCullough himself. “There’s been no monthly review of new therapies. There’s been no monthly review of data safety and efficacy for the vaccines. Nothing. Americans for two years have been stonewalled on any scientific information on COVID-19.”

This left many of us wishing we had a Dr. McCullough of our own fighting for our health.

I have good news if you’re one of those people. He’s actually the Chief Scientific Officer of The Wellness Company. He, along with many other physicians who believe in health freedom, in getting you OFF meds instead of onto more meds, who want to put the power for your healthcare back into your hands, developed an organization that is accepting patients right now.

Founder Foster Coulson says:

By unequivocally and unapologetically standing up for medical freedom and the right to affordable health care, our company’s vision champions the right to make one’s own choices for their body.

We strive to build a new health care system that earns people’s trust, governed and operated with transparency, and offering the highest quality practitioners who align at their core with our fundamental belief – to put the patient first.

The fabric of this company has been woven together by its medical team, whose courage and bravery in their fight for medical freedom and truth as well as their devotion to the public, will help to ensure improved health outcomes, convenient access to physicians, and lower costs of healthcare for our patients.

We will never sacrifice the quality of our services, products, or education and we will maintain affordability.

That sounds pretty awesome in these days of insurance-driven, Big-Pharma-loving, corporate medicine, doesn’t it?

How to get a Wellness Company Emergency Medicine Kit

The thing that first caught my eye when I heard about The Wellness Company was that they offer an entire emergency medicine kit you can get and keep on hand for the times that medications might not be easily available. This kit is loaded with the prescription medications you might find yourself needing during a crisis – medicines that could potentially save your life.

The kit costs $300 for non-members and $250 for members. (We’ll talk about memberships in a moment.) That includes a doctor’s appointment with a physician from your state, a variety of medications, and a very detailed yet easy-to-understand guide to help you figure out what to take when.

While that might sound fairly high, I did some comparing. I already had a few of the items that I bought *ahem* for my fish. Of course, when they’re purchased for fish, you do get bottles of 100 pills. But, the limiting issue there is variety. It would cost several hundred dollars more to get the same variety of medications for your fish as it does to get them prescribed for yourself.

Here’s how the process works.

  1. You go to the website, select the Emergency Medicine Kit, and click “Add to Cart.”
  2. Purchase your kit and you’ll receive instructions for setting up your appointment to get the medications prescribed.
  3. Fill out a health questionnaire before your appointment, then attend the appointment at the time scheduled.
  4. Talk with a doctor about your health and discuss the contents of the kit. I asked also about getting other prescriptions filled as well as adding an EpiPen – depending on your doctor, you may be able to use this opportunity to learn about getting ahead of essential prescriptions. I was offered an EpiPen due to family food allergies but ultimately decided not to do it at that time as I have one currently.
  5. The doctor will phone in the prescription to their partner pharmacy in Nevada. The pharmacy will call you within 48 hours to confirm shipping instructions and your prescription package will arrive in one to two weeks, right to your door.

What’s in the Medical Emergency Kit?

The kit is extremely thorough and contains a full course of the following drugs:

  • Amoxicillin-Clavulanate (generic Augmentin) 125 mg – 28 tablets
  • Azithromycin (generic Z-Pak) 250 mg – 12 tablets
  • Doxycycline Hyclate 100 mg – 60 capsules
  • Metronidazole (generic Flagyl) 500 mg – 30 tablets
  • Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole (generic Bactrim) 160 mg – 28 tablets
  • Ivermectin 18mg – 7 compounded capsules (We all know how difficult it was to acquire this during the last pandemic)
  • Fluconazole (generic Diflucan) 150 mg – 2 tablets
  • Ondansetron (generic Zofran) 4mg – 6 tablets

There’s also an incredibly useful guidebook that explains what medication to take for specific illnesses and how much to take of it. Each bottle is thoroughly labeled with instructions, related warnings, and a prescription sticker with the patient’s name on it.

Having these things on hand gives me a great deal of peace of mind. I strongly recommend picking up one of these kits if you can swing it, even if you never purchase a membership.

Wait…what about those memberships?

The Wellness Company is about far more than simply getting yourself a Medical Emergency Kit and going on your merry way.

They offer memberships ranging from $10 to $200 per month, depending on what level of medical assistance you’re looking for, and you don’t have to have a membership to use their services, though it does significantly reduce the price.

Here are some of the services offered:

  • Acute Care: Anything that you’d be able to do a virtual appointment for with your local office or walkiin clinic, you can do a virtual appointment with The Wellness Company. And at least compared to the appointments were I live, the price is lower. If you have the $ 10-a-month membership, your appointment is just $60, and without a membership, it costs $75. This contrasts with the local price from my CVS Minute Clinic, where an appointment for virtual care is $99-139, depending on your concern.
  • Medical Exemption Documents: If you are hoping to bypass mandates for yourself or your children but your in-person doctor is not on board, you can get an exemption from one of the doctors at The Wellness Company, where they support your right to choose. Note: You are responsible for making certain your employer or school will accept your medical exemption. Laws and policies vary from state to state.
  • Freedom from Pharma: Do you believe you could probably get off prescription meds if you had the right support? Check out this program. The Wellness Company pharmacists team up with providers to build a plan for you to de-prescribe from Big Pharma once and for all. As preppers, we know how incredibly important it is to become less reliant on medications but also to taper off of them the right way.
  • LongCovid Program: Did you know that nearly 1 in 5 adults is suffering from Long Covid? Long Haul sickness is an all too real condition with symptoms unique to each person that are often difficult to explain or manage. The Wellness Company’s physicians and medical professionals are trained on treatment protocols specifically designed to address Long-Haul sickness and bring you the relief you need.
  • Vaccine Injury Consults: Did you develop a vaccine injury along with your mRNA vaccine? According to Reuters, 25% of people post-shot symptoms that prevent them from performing activities of daily life, and 7.7% end up seeking medical attention. There are protocols and treatments that can help you regain your pre-vax health and Wellness Company physicians are trained to help you recover.
  • Allergen Immunotherapy: Do you suffer from allergies? The Wellness Company has a program based on scientifically-tested, research-driven antigen formulations that steer your body’s immune response to allergens away from the symptoms you’re accustomed to, and toward being 100% symptom-free.

These are just a few of the benefits offered by The Wellness Company, and it’s extremely affordable in comparison to a conventional doctor’s office. They do not accept insurance, but your insurance may cover labs and prescribed medication. As someone who has long been uninsured, this place is a Godsend.

Have you tried The Wellness Company?

I get a LOT of invitations to try out new businesses that are related to prepping and most of them, I never cover here because they’re just not all they’re cracked up to be. But when I heard about The Wellness Company, I was intrigued. Every step of the way, my expectations were exceeded, from the kind, relatively local physician I spoke to during my appointment to receiving my kit. I didn’t expect to be as impressed as I am but I think that this is a remarkable asset in my health and medical preparedness arsenal.

If you’re interested in trying it out, they gave me a coupon code for readers. Put in ORGANICPREPPER and save 10% on your purchase.

Have you heard about The Wellness Company? Is it something you’d consider trying? Have you done virtual doctor visits in the past? Let’s discuss it in the comments section.

About Daisy

Daisy Luther is a coffee-swigging, adventure-seeking, globe-trotting blogger. She is the founder and publisher of three websites.  1) The Organic Prepper, which is about current events, preparedness, self-reliance, and the pursuit of liberty; 2)  The Frugalite, a website with thrifty tips and solutions to help people get a handle on their personal finances without feeling deprived; and 3) PreppersDailyNews.com, an aggregate site where you can find links to all the most important news for those who wish to be prepared. Her work is widely republished across alternative media and she has appeared in many interviews.

Daisy is the best-selling author of 5 traditionally published books, 12 self-published books, and runs a small digital publishing company with PDF guides, printables, and courses at SelfRelianceand Survival.com You can find her on FacebookPinterest, Gab, MeWe, Parler, Instagram, and Twitter.

Daisy Luther

Daisy Luther

Daisy Luther is a coffee-swigging, globe-trotting blogger. She is the founder and publisher of three websites.  1) The Organic Prepper, which is about current events, preparedness, self-reliance, and the pursuit of liberty on her website, 2)  The Frugalite, a website with thrifty tips and solutions to help people get a handle on their personal finances without feeling deprived, and 3) PreppersDailyNews.com, an aggregate site where you can find links to all the most important news for those who wish to be prepared. She is widely republished across alternative media and  Daisy is the best-selling author of 5 traditionally published books and runs a small digital publishing company with PDF guides, printables, and courses. You can find her on FacebookPinterest, Gab, MeWe, Parler, Instagram, and Twitter.

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  • I wrote this company asking if Cdn orders are accepted and can ship across border.
    Never heard a word back from them. Just silence.

    • In Canada you can use Jase Medical. I’ve used them before. Not sure if they offer as extensive offerings, but you can definitely get the basics from them. I had heard they were expanding their offerings as well.

  • I am so grateful that you research these things Daisy! I would fully trust anything Dr. Mc Cullough is behind. He’s been the voice of reason. Thank you.

    What is the shelf life on those bottles that come in the kit?

    • It says two years on the bottles. However, when I spoke with the doctor, she was careful to inform me that they’d be fine to use after that date. After 3 years or so they might be a little bit weaker than before but they won’t be harmful and will still work.

  • As per my above comment, there is also a company called Jase Medical that supplies medication in Canada. I believe they are also in the U.S. I’ve used them and they are great to deal with.

  • 2 TABLETS OF FLUCONAZOLE? Just what is 2 tablets of this anti-fungal supposed to accomplish? Inadequate kit overall…

  • The medical kit is a nice concept, but think twice if you’re buying it primarily for Covid or other respiratory illness. The amount of ivermectin included amounts to a fraction of a day’s dose for most people (if you are following one of the C19 treatment protocols such as FLCCC).

    • Horse Ivermectin works good (if you can still get it). I have a girlfriend who has a horse and used some to knock her case of COVID quickly. I got some from Amazon, but also have a prescription for the real thing because I periodically get Scabies on my ankles & feet, presumably from walking the dog through brushy areas and down in creeks & a big drainage canal. Believe me if you ever get it after SHTF you will want a way to stop it, or will go through Hell. I have some Turpentine which I would try in gravest extreme. Probably 1 or 2 of these 17 mg pills in the Kit will knock it. My Rx dose (I’m 230 lbs) is 18 mg (6 3 mg pills) taken either all at once or over 2-3 days.

  • Homeopathic kits also help a person be well prepared. I stocked up during the last few years and used it for covid and other things (infections, etc). We stocked up on a 30c kit and a 200c kit.

    • I totally agree. I have almost all brands of Homeopathic kits, and almost all versions. they do not cause superbugs because viruses and bacteria don’t become ‘used’ to them, either.
      PLUS: MUCH CHEAPER!!!

  • Seriously – ivermectin? A product that since AT LEAST the 1950s has been labeled “not for human consumption”? Wouldn’t take much to choke off the physicians from close to 50% of the state from this scam center, yes scam center. These associated physicians are looking for a fast buck, little work. Plenty of telemed options during the pandemic for those were legitimately insured. Those not, YMMV.

    • Ivermectin is used for many different human issues. Just because there are veterinary products labeled not for human consumption doesn’t mean all ivermectin products are not for human consumption. It’s used to treat parasitic conditions such as roundworms – a thing that is not impossible to contract if the world has gone sideways. It’s also used to treat skin conditions such as rosacea. But more than that the NIH – yes, the GOVERNMENT – is now saying it works in the treatment of SARS-COVID. https://www.covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/therapies/miscellaneous-drugs/ivermectin/

      Before you sneer perhaps you should do some research.

      • I totally agree with you Daisy. Ivermectin WORKS for COVID. Please see my comments about the 17 mg dosage in my reply above to John K.

    • I know people who steered clear of covid with use of ivermectin. It’s anti-parasitic & we know this covid or whatever we’re calling it these days turns on the parasites & bacterias already inside of us. Therefore, the use of ivermectin is legit.

      Sometimes, the simplest answer is the best to treat disease & illness.

      I guarantee you, you have parasites. One bad burger or dirty grill at a restaurant & you have parasites. We all do. Some more than others.

    • And yet it remains on the World Health Organizations List of Essential Medicines. It wouldn’t be the first medicines used for an ‘off label’ condition. Follow the REAL science Selena, not the one that looks, smells and tastes like filthy money.
      https://list.essentialmeds.org/

    • Where have you been? It has been widely reported that Ivermectin is a reliable treatment for Covid. As a matter of fact, Ivermectin is the most prescribed drug world wide – for HUMANS. The 2 researchers who discovered it received the Nobel Prize in 2015 for the treatment of parasitic infections. It has saved countless lives and prevented blindness for hundreds of thousands of HUMANS in Africa and other countries. Do you know that companies like Pfizer and Moderna created the “its only a horse dewormer” propaganda that spread like wildfire across main stream media as it threatened their profits during the pandemic. But here we are, 3 years later and some people are still believing the lies. Here is a truth source for ya: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34466270/ If you dig a bit further on the NIH website, you’ll even find some very promising early research regarding it’s effectiveness against certain cancers.

  • It might have been nice to know what each item is good for…..Not everyone knows automatically what prescriptions are for…..
    I only know amoxy. is an antibiotic.

    • There’s a guidebook that explains each medication and what you take it for. As well, it has an index that you can search by health concern.

  • So, I’ve had the shots and the boosters, as has my husband, brother, parents (in poor health in their 70s and 80s) and NOT ONE of us has come down with Covid. So, sign me up for “the jab” as it’s protected me and mine from this terrible disease. Not one of us is less than 50 years of age and we have a lot of fun health conditions as well.

    Not going to take the horse de-wormer. My uncle is a professor of medicine at UT-San Antonio and says he and all his colleagues are horrified that this is going on. And, they’ve tracked the “jabs” and their effects and there’s no question. The vaccine has saved hundreds of thousands of lives.

    But you know what? As you point out, go ahead and ignore the established medical advice that has saved millions of lives over time. I know what! Don’t wash your hands, ever. It just diminishes your natural immunity. And what else, eat whatever you feel like! Your body can fix anything you shove down your gullet. FREE-DUMB!!!

    The real question for me is, what are these people paying Daisy? More than “a small affiliate fee,” I’ll warrant. And I’m curious about the gold company she’s pushing every other week or so.

    Ya know, it’s still grift even if someone who is nice and otherwise well-motivated is doing it. Disbelieving sources? IDK, when did ya’ll become virologists, constitutional law scholars, and experts on energy, all at the same time?

    Thanks but no thanks. I’ll stick with the experts.

  • How are diabetics supposed to make do when China stops shipping insulin? Or when SHTF and everything is shut down? Honest question. Thank you.

  • We have good Rx drug insurance, but can only get 90 days at a time unless friends happens to give us the same drug when Dr switches them to another. This company doesn’t process insurance claims. Husband and I take BP drug Lopressor same mg. dose. He also takes Synthroid. Many will be in a mess if they have serious cond. like insulin or heart failure meds. Others I know have pacemaker implants.

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