People ask us is this legal?

As licensed pharmacy, we adhere & follow the rules (without exception) regarding pharmaceutical dispensing here within our country of Mexico. By law we are legally able to dispense and release personal imporatation shipments of your ordered medicines,  providing all proper documentation for customs. 

►A Resident of Latin American: Yes you may order & receive from our pharmacy to clear customs.

►A Resident of the U.S.A.:  Yes, providing you follow the FDA's guidance as outlined below:

►The FDA Website: Personal Importation Policy

FDA inspectors may exercise enforcement discretion in limited circumstances to permit the importation of certain unapproved prescription medication for personal use if:

-► Product is for personal use

-► Individual seeking to import affirms in writing it is for patient’s own use,

-► Provide name & address of U.S. licensed doctor responsible for treatment and/or

-► Provide evidence that product is for continuation of a treatment begun in a foreign country.

- Due to the huge volume of drug parcels entering the U.S. through international mail or courier, the requirements for notice and hearing and limited resources, is difficult for FDA to detain and refuse mailed imports for personal use.

What is personal importation?

A personal importation is a product not for further sale or distribution into United States commerce.  These products may be carried in baggage or ► shipped by courier or international mail.

Can I purchase or bring drug or device products from a foreign country to the U.S.?

►United States Citizens: Are there any circumstances when I could purchase or bring an unapproved drug or device into the U.S.?

FDA has guidance for personal importation of drug or device products.  Below provides information regarding situations for which this might be allowed:

  • Product is not for treatment of a serious condition and there is no known significant health risk (Over the Counter, OTC); and 
  • Product is for the treatment of a serious condition ( Prescription Drug Products):
    • The product is for a serious condition for which effective treatment may not be available domestically either through commercial or clinical means.
    • There is no known commercialization or promotion of the product to persons residing in the U.S.
    • The product does not represent an unreasonable risk.
    • ►The consumer affirms in writing that the product is for personal use.
    • ►The quantity is generally not more than a three month supply and either:
      1. ►Provide name and address of the doctor licensed in the U.S. responsible for  your treatment with the product, or
      2. ►Provide evidence that the product is for the continuation of a treatment begun in a foreign country.

►Foreign Nationals:

A foreign national is any person who is not a citizen or permanent resident of the U.S.

If you are traveling to the United States from a foreign country for vacation, attending university, travel for work, etc… FDA understands that you will need to bring your personal medication while you are in the United States.

FDA will allow foreign nationals to bring or ship a 90-day supply of drug products. If the foreign national is staying longer than 90 days, they may have additional medication sent to them.

If you are having medication sent to you by mail or courier, it is suggested that you include documentation that provides evidence that the medication is being sent for your own use while visiting the United States. This may include.

  • - A copy of the visa/passport
  • - Letter from doctor
  • - Copy of Prescription (in English)

What if my prescription drug is a controlled substance?

While some medications are also controlled substances, the Drug Enforcement Agency makes the decision on whether controlled substances are allowed as personal importation. If the prescription drug product you are bringing with you is considered a controlled substance, contact DEA for their requirements.

Products may fall under Controlld medicines section of Mexico and U.S. If U.S. citizen, be advised the provisions of the Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 2004. Under the Controlled Substances Import and Export Act (21 U.S.C. 801­971) (CSA)  The statutory scheme is designed to ensure sufficient supply of controlled substances for legitimate medical purposes and deter the diversion of controlled substances for illegal purposes

Prescriptions. All prescriptions for these Scheduled compounds would be required to be issued pursuant to 21 CFR 1306.03­1306.06 and 1306.21­ 1306.27  Prescriptions for these Scheduled compounds if authorized for refilling, would be limited to five refills. Importation and Exportation. All importation and exportation of any substance defined as an anabolic steroid must be in compliance with 21 CFR part 1312.


*Ensure you are able to legally receive these medicines within your country.

**All medicines dispensed in accordance with all legal parameters here within Mexico. We dispense with proper labeling of ordered medicines in Spanish & English (if necessary) via adhesive labels; with a full documentation package to clear customs. We will not rename, relabel, change price(s) or attempt to mis-direct inspection authorities on any and all dispensed parcels for export.