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What are the benefits of using AgelessRx?
We assist you in setting up an online visit with a doctor knowledgeable about the risks and the benefits of products that have potential benefits in delaying or preventing age-related diseases. Our platform allows you to place an order online and receive it by mail without ever having to make any appoitments, drive anywhere, or sit in any waiting rooms - all from the comfort of your home.
Is my information safe with AgelessRx?
Where are your products sourced from?
Do you service all 50 states?
We currently service every state except Alaska
Do I need to visit a clinic to get my prescription?
Several states require a doctor to speak to the patient before generating prescriptions. Otherwise, the vast majority of Americans can use this service without ever needing to visit a doctor’s office.
How does AgelessRx work?
First, you will complete an online questionnaire to gather information for the healthcare provider about your medical history. After that, the system will match you with a licensed provider who will review the information and evaluate your options. If provider determines that prescription is appropriate, then it will be delivered to the address you provided, in discreet packaging. If your provider determines a prescription is not appropriate for you, they will provide you with information about next steps.
Is shipping included in the price/subscription cost?
Yes, shipping is included on all the subscription products.
Can I use my HSA or FSA card on AgelessRx?
AgelessRx currently accepts HSA cards to pay for your order on our website. For FSA plans, or if your desired HSA card does not go through, please contact us know and we will provide you with a receipt that you could use to get reimbursed from HSA/FSA plans.
What dose of metformin will I receive?
Typical dosage consists of two 500mg extended release pills per day. However, actual dosage will be determined by a licensed medical professional after taking into account multiple factors, including medical history, drug interactions and age of patient.
Where are my metformin pills coming from? What are the quality standards?
We are serious about the safety of the products that we offer. One of the benefits of using AgelessRx and not buying from China/India is that the tablets are subject to the same FDA audit and quality control as any medicine you buy from any pharmacy in the US. They are purchased by the pharmacy from an FDA Registered and Inspected facility and undergo strict manufacturing and approval processes for safety and efficacy that makes them available nationally to all other pharmacies in the country (including large and well known providers like Walgreens and CVS).
Can I take metformin if I am prone to episodes of hypoglycemia?
Are metformin treatments and/or other longevity prescription therapies the only thing I need to live a longer, healthier life?
How long will I need to take metformin?
How does metformin affect Vitamin B12 levels?
It is commonly thought that metformin causes a reduction in Vitamin B12 levels, perhaps by interfering with its absorbion, or by some other mechanism. For this reason, we ask patients on metformin to either monitor their B12 levels, or to take extra B12 out of precaution. Some studies suggest that there is no significant connection between B12 levels and metformin, however.
Regardless of metformin it is important to maintain proper levels of Vitamin B12. For adults under age 65, the easiest way to get B12 is to take at least one 2,000 mcg supplement each week, or a daily dose of 50 mcg. Note that these doses are specific to cyanocobalamin, the preferred supplemental form of vitamin B12.
As we age, our ability to absorb vitamin B12 may decline. For those over 65 who eat plant-based diets, the supplementation should probably be increased up to 1,000 mcg of cyanocobalamin each day.
B12 supplements are very cheap. Here is one option we found: 5c per 2500mcg tablet, so 5-15cents of cost per week depending on your age.
What do I do if I get stomach upset using Metformin?
Gastrointestinal (stomach cramps, nausea, diarrhea) symptoms are the most commonly reported side effects and occur in about 5 to 10% of patients. Using the ER (extended release) version of metformin helps reduce this down to 2 to 5%. We suggest starting with a smaller dose (1 tablet) and as your body tolerance adjusts, ramping up to 2 tablets per day. You can see the tips from our Chief Medical Officer Dr. Z on how to help with the gastro-related uncomfort here.
Can metformin cause my blood sugar to drop too low?
Metformin is not thought to drop blood sugar to dangerously low levels. However, some people tolerate lower levels of blood sugars than others. For this reason, metformin might cause some patients to have symtpoms of low blood sugar such as lightheadedness, nausea, fatigue. Starting at a low dose and increasing slowly can help. In our experience, most patients with a history of hypoglycemia can tolerate lower doses of metformin (500mg per day).
Do I need to worry about lactic acidosis when taking metformin?
About as much as you need to worry about being struck by lightening (actually, you need to worry about lightening more). Signficant lactic acidosis is almost never seen in patitents who take appopriate doses and have properly functing kindeys. Out of precaution, we ask that patients stop taking metformin at least 3 days before going for any kind of medical procedure or imaging that requires contrast (such as a CT scan) - ask the physician doing the procedure or ordering test about metformin to be sure.
Lactic acidosis and other metformin related myths are discussed by our Chief Medical Officer in his blog, here.
What are ways I can monitor my response to metformin?
In the short term, people often notice an improvement or lowering of their blood sugar levels. This can be see in the form of a lower fasting glucose and lower HbA1c level.
Do you offer liquid or topical metformin?
Some people cannot tolerate tablets and require liquid or topical versions. These version are available but more expensive. Pease let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org if you are intersted and we can will provide a cost estimate.
Is metformin approved by FDA for longevity benefits?
No. Metformin is FDA approved for people with Type 2 diabetes melitus - also known as the on-label indication.
I can get Berberine supplement over the counter - why should I bother getting a prescription for metformin?
First, metformin benefits and mechanism of action have been studied much more extensively than Berberine. Second, as Berberine is a supplement, quality control and potency are not nearly as strictly controled as metformin that is being distributed by the pharmacy, subject to FDA and US Pharmacy board audits and purity standards.
Is metformin safe for everybody to use, or are there some people who should not use metformin?
Serious side effects from metformin are very rare, making it among one of the safest precription medications that are commonly prescribed. However, it should not be used with anybody who has an allergy to metformin, or who has poor kidney function, or diabetics who are poorly controlled (unless closely supervised by their local doctor). There are many situations where metformin can be used, but with caution or a lower dose than normally prescribed. Our medical team takes all of these factors into account when reviewing requests for prescriptions.
How do I take Metformin?
Start with a small dose to avoid stomach discomfort (½ or 1 tablet per day with food), and over a few days as your body gets used to metformin, try to increase to what has been prescribed on the bottle. Our default protocol is extended release (ER) version of metformin to reduce stomach discomfort. You will receive more detailed instuctions by email, once your order is approved.
How do I know if metformin is doing anything for me?
How can I cancel or pause my subscription?
What is your refund/cancellation policy?
My medication was shipped from a compounding pharmacy. How is that different than a regular pharmacy?
Which pharmacies are shipping my order?
We use several partner pharmacies. For example, one of our preferred pharmacy partners is Pharmacy Solutions – an award winning pharmacy with multiple accreditations and a 20 year history. You can see the accreditations and awards here.
Why am I being asked to book a video consultation? I thought it was all online?
I am running low on my prescription. How do I request a refill?
Why am I asked to provide my ID and selfie?
We require your ID and selfie to verify you age and identity in order to be in compliance with certain regulations. You ID and selfie are stored on a HIPAA compliant server. If you are not comfortable submitting your ID/Selfie online, please email us at email@example.com and we can accomodate alternative ways of ID verification (such as a quick video conference with a staff member).
I am interested in changing the dosage or form of my metformin prescription. How do I go about changing it?
Our medical team will determine what dose is most appropriate for you based on a variety of factors. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org and explain why you'd like a dose change.
How do I change my shipping address?
Please email your new address to email@example.com
I am almost done with all of my 6 patches, how do I order another pack?
What are the benefits of using a CGM?
Do I need a special reader to use the CGM sensor?
Most people don't need a separate reader and can use their smart phone. Most modern smart phones have NFC and support the LibreLink app. If you can download the LibreLink app, chances are good that all you need is the sensor. Here is the list of phones with NFC functionality, so that you can check if you phone is on the list. However, for non-compatible phones, patients will need to request a special reader that goes along with the sensor (for an extra cost).
Can I use the sensor for more than 14 days?
The FreeStyle Libre CGM will only function for 14 days. After that, it no longer reports readings and should be removed. If you want to monitor your glucose for more than 14 days, you need to buy multiple sensors. We offer package pricing when you purchase 3 or more sensors.
What happens if my CGM sensor accidently falls off before the 14 days are done?
Once it falls off, it cannot be re-applied. A new CGM will need to be reqested and ordered
Is it safe to go about daily activities while wearing a CGM sensor?
Yes, the sensor is designed to be worn while running, showering, and doing any other daily activities. While you can go about your daily activities in a regular way, be careful not to pull the sensor off by accidentaly tugging on it.
Does it hurt to insert the sensor? I heard there was a needle invovled?
Most people feel either nothing, or a very small prick on their skin when they insert the sensor. The small needle that helps insert the CGM retracts immediately, leaving only a small filament that samples the glucose levels.
What are FreeStyle Libre 14 day system’s contraindications?
Remove the sensor prior to MRI, CT scan, X-ray or diathermy treatment.
What components are included in the FreeStyle Libre1 14 day kit?
The FreeStyle Libre 14 day Sensor is a disposable Sensor that you wear on the back of your upper arm. The sensor is factory calibrated. You use your NFC enabled smart phone to wirelessly scan the Sensor and get your glucose readings. The sensor kit includes the following items: one sensor pack, sensor applicator, alcohol wipe, and product insert. The CGM sensors are considered a medical device a require a prescription.
I downloaded the FreeStyle LibreLink app, and it is asking me to set the Target Glucose Level Range. What should I set it at?
Most people should shoot for a blood glucose between 75 and 125, where 70 to 80 is considered an ideal fasting sugar level, and meals should not spike sugar higher than 125mg/dl. However, there some people who cannot tolerate these lower levels and need to work on bringing them down into this range over time. On the other hand, there are some people who are "fat adapted" and thrive on lower levels of blood glucose. The above guidelines are for non-diabetic people, who are using CGM.
The app/reader is teling me to do a finger prick reading, what should I do?
The CGM is designed for diabetic patients and therefore many of the instructions and warnings are meant for diabetics. If you are non-diabetic and are prompted to verify the reading with a fiinger prick and you feel fine, then it is probably fine to ignore the instructions - you might need to adjust the warning parameters instead.
My CGM sensor doesn't seem to be working right. Now what?
If you experience issues with your CGM sensor (e.g. it's not working, not reading right, not sticking right), contact the manufacturer directly to see if you are eligible for a no-cost replacement at 855-632-8658.
How often should I wear the NAD+ patch?
There is no firmly established dosing for NAD+. Based on concensus from our scientific advisors, 400mg once a week of NAD+ was the optimal for an average AgelessRx customer (a 50 year old person), and was shown to increase NAD+ levels by up to 5x.
How do I load the patch with the NAD+ Solution?
Please refer to our visual demonstration.
How do I place the patch on my body?
The patch is a small adhesive bandage that you can place anywhere on your body. Upper arm is the most common placement, but it can be put wherever is most comfortable for you. When sticking the patch to your body, hold the entire patch in your open hand and apply in one motion.
How do I remove the patch?
To ensure it doesn’t come free, the adhesive used for the patch is quite strong. At the end of four hours, you can soak the patch for a few minutes with warm water to make the removal easier.
Why do I need to use the patches, can't I just take NAD+ in a pill form?
NAD+ is not aborbed well through the intestintes, and any that is absorbed is destroyed by the liver. The most effective method off getting NAD+ into the body is intravenously (IV). The next best seems to be using iontophoresis patches that use a small battery powered device that produces an electric current to drive the NAD+ under the skin and into the blood circulation.
The instrutions say to use the NAD+ patches once a week, but can I try other doses?
There is no firmly established dosage for NAD+. Based on concensus from our scientific advisors, 400mg once a week of NAD+ was the optimal for an average AgelessRx customer (a 50 year old person), and was shown to increase NAD+ levels by up to 5x. Other people who are older or younger, or who might have other reasons for using NAD+ patches (for example, addiction therapy) might use patches more or less frequently than one time per week. If you use two patches at a time, or more than one time per week, the NAD+ boosting results compound.
What should I expect when I use the NAD+ Patches?
NAD+ is essential for many funcitons, including DNA repair. You may or may not feel an immediately noticable effect of better DNA repair; most of our customer who use the NAD+ Patches report some of the following benefits: improved energy, mental clarity, decreased cravings, better sleep, better mood, alleviation of depression/anxiety symptoms, faster recovery from illness and injury, as well as post workout recovery. This is not seen in all clients. As long as instructions for application is properly followed, the NAD+ will be absorbed into the body regardless of whether a person feels it or not, and will achieve higher NAD+ levels needed for better health and longevity. Depending on how your depleted your NAD+ levels are you might need to build up your NAD+ level over a few weeks before noticing any benefits.
Why should I supplement with TMG (also known as Betaine) while using the NAD+ patch?
While using the patch, if you end up having excess niacinamide, your body will use a methylation process to eliminate the excess amounts. This methylation process creates a need for extra methyl donors, which is why we suggest supplementing with trimethylglycine (TMG also known as betaine), 1000mg on the days when the NAD patch is used. TMG is easily obtainable on Amazon or any other vitamin retailer
I noticed that the nad liquid is much paler yellow than it was in the previous package. Is that okay?
NAD+ has a tendency to be a different shade of yello, depending on pH. For the iontophoresis solution, the pH is between 4 and 5. The closer the pH is to 4, the less yellow it will be. The closer the pH is to 5, the more yellow it will be. Our partner pharmacy has tested the solution at both ends of the pH, and the potency remains the same.
Do NAD+ patches help with overcoming addictions?
We have a number of clients who used NAD+ patches to help with addictions (tobacco, opiods, and other substance abuse), and have reported positive results. There is a lot of clinical evidence suggesting benefits of NAD+ for addiction treatment. This is not something we specialize in, but we are happy to accomodate your NAD+ patch orders for the purpose of addiction treatment.
How long should I keep the patches on?
The 4 hour patches have a battery that stops working after 4 hours. After that you can keep the patch on for a few more hours but absorption will be minimal.
Why do I need a precription for NAD+ patches?
The iontophoresis patches have a small battery operated device that facilitates the absorption of NAD+ through your skin into your blood stream, and because of this mechanism the patches are considered a medical device and are only avaialbe by prescription.
I got a rash after using the NAD+ Patches. Now what?
How do I take Low Dose Naltrexone?
Start by taking ½ tab by mouth of the 4.5mg every night for the first 2 weeks, then increase to a full tablet every night thereafter.
What is Low Dose Naltrexone’s effect on the immune system?
Naltrexone binds to opioid receptors–which are found all over the body including immune cells. In doing so, it displaces the endorphins which would normally stay bound to these receptors. By binding to the opioid receptors, it displaces the body’s naturally produced Opioid Growth Factor. When using naltrexone at a low dose (hence LDN), the binding is temporary and causes the body to then up-regulate or increase the opioid receptors, thereby restoring the endorphin system and balancing the immune system.
Can I take Low dose Naltrexone if I have a compromised immune system?
Yes! Studies have shown that LDN is not only safe to take for individuals with a compromised immune system, but that it may actually help to improve the ability of the immune system to function. Individuals with autoimmune diseases or compromised immune systems typically have lower levels of endorphins than those without autoimmunity or a lowered immune response. Due to the increase of endorphins triggered by Low Dose Naltrexone, we believe that LDN is a safe and possibly helpful therapy for these individuals. See the Science Page for more information.
Is Low Dose Naltrexone safe for everyone to use?
In general, Low Dose Naltrexone should not be used by anyone taking opioids, such as Codeine, Hydrocodone, Fentanyl, Hydromorphone, Meperidine, Methadone, Morphine, Oxycodone, or Oxycontin. Because Naltrexone and prescription opioids bind to the opioid receptors, they can render one another ineffective–or worse, cause opioid withdrawal syndrome. LDN should be avoided in patients with impaired kidney or liver function.
Lyme Disease or other Chronic Infections (EBV, CMS, Bebesosis, Borellia, etc.)
Mast Cell Activation Syndrome/Disease (MCAS/MCAD)
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS)
Multiple chemical sensitivities or drug allergies (3 or more)
Mold or black mold illness or exposure
Mental illness (e.g. schizophrenia)
What do I do if I experience side effects from Low Dose Naltrexone?
The most common side effect by far is vivid dreams and/or restless sleep. Others have reported side effects such as headache, nausea, mild anxiety and are less common and usually experienced the first 3-5 days of taking LDN. To minimize side effects, we ask patients to start at half a tab (2.25mg) for the first 2 weeks, and then go up to the full tab (4.5mg). If you still experience side effects that linger past the first 5 days of increasing the dose, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What dose of Naltrexone will I receive?
The most widely studied LDN dose is 4.5mg, so the dose we prescribe is consists of one 4.5mg immediate release pill per day. However, actual dosage will be determined by a licensed medical professional after taking into account multiple factors, including medical history, drug interactions and age of patient.
What are ways I can monitor my response to Low Dose Naltrexone?
In the short term, people often notice an improvement or reduction of symptoms related to inflammation and rampant oxidative stress. These symptoms will vary from person to person, but can include chronic flatulence, cramping, diarrhea, constipation, headache, joint pain, brain fog, muscle pain, fatigue, unexplained weight gain, lower back pain, skin issues/rashes, excessive mucus production, seasonal allergies, food sensitivities, trouble falling asleep, or trouble staying asleep.
How long will I need to take Low Dose Naltrexone?
To derive the biggest benefit from LDN studies indicate it should be taken over an extended period. The longer a patient takes LDN, the better it has been shown to “push back” diseases of aging, according to several research studies in both humans and lab animals (see our Science page).
Where are my Low Dose Naltrexone pills coming from? What are the quality standards?
We are serious about the safety of the products that we offer. Low Dose Naltrexone is compounded on site at a certified compounding pharmacy based in the USA, with materials supplied by the Professional Compounding Centers of America (PCCA).
Is Low Dose Naltrexone approved by the FDA for longevity benefits?
The short answer is "No."
Are Low Dose Naltrexone treatment and/or other longevity prescriptions the only thing I need to live a longer, healthier life?
Absolutely not! Our therapies are meant as an extra layer of protection. We strongly encourage our patients to adopt a healthy lifestyle, including leveraging such practices as intermittent fasting, physical activity, stress reduction, etc.
What happens if I have a hard time tolerating LDN?
If you are having a hard time tolerating LDN, or fear you may as you begin your treatment, you may consider a modified protocol. Start with 1/4 tab for 2 weeks, followed by 1/2 tab for another 2 weeks, 3/4 tab for 2 weeks after that, and ramp up the full tab thereafter.
What happens if I cannot tolerate my LDN dose?
If you are having trouble ramping up to your recommended dose, please contact us. AgelessRx may be able to adjust your dose or recommend you to a partnering doctor for further evaluation.
Biological Age Test
What does the price of the Biological Age Test include?
The price of the Biological Age Test includes:
Do I need to visit a doctor to get a lab order before getting tested?
Can I use my insurance to cover the cost of the test?
Can I use my FSA or HSA cards to cover the cost of the test?
Can I go to my own doctor and have him/her order the tests for me?
Where will I have my blood drawn?
What are the 9 blood markers that are part of Biological Age Test?
2. Alkaline Phosphatase – Liver function
3. Creatinine – Kidney function
4. Glucose - Metabolism
5. C-reactive Protein - Inflammation
6. Lymphocyte – Immune System
7. Mean Cell Volume – Immune System
8. Red Cell Distribution Width – Immune System
9. White Blood Cells – Immune System
When is the best to the test?
Do I need to fast prior to my blood test?
For the most accurate values, you will be required to fast for ten hours prior to your scheduled blood draw.
Ideally, try and schedule an appointment as early in the day as possible to minimize fasting to the recommended ten hours.
FYI: Do your best to increase your water intake on both the day before your schedule blood draw and the day of. This will help prevent your blood from getting too concentrated/thick—making it easier on you and the technician or nurse to get your blood.
What steps do I need to take to complete my Biological Age Test?
1. Purchase the Biological Age Test from AgelessRx
What will my results show?
After completing the calculator exercise, you will receive a personalized report detailing your Phenotypic Age and Chronological Age. Specifically, the difference between the two ages.
How do I interpret my results?
If your Phenotypic Age is lower than your chronological age, keep up the great work! But don’t just stop here—take this opportunity to consider doing even more to increase the gap between your chronological age and Phenotypic age. Better sleep and diet, more exercise, and certain longevity treatments can all make an impact.
If your Phenotypic Age is equal to or higher than your chronological age, you have the opportunity to make improvements to your lifestyle, environment, and/or adherence to longevity protocols. The higher your Phenotypic Age, the more likely you may be to experience co-existing morbidities, physical functioning problems, and increased risk of coronary heart disease.
What is a Longevity Consultation?
A Longevity Consultation is an opportunity to speak one-on-one with a longevity expert regarding possible treatment options. You will first provide information about your medical history for the expert to review and customize a Longevity Report specific to your needs. Together, you will discuss the report recommendations via a virtual consultation at a date/time of your choosing.
How do I schedule my Longevity Consultation?
Once your personalized longevity report is ready, our team will email you to schedule your consultation. To schedule your consultation, simply:
2) Choose your desired date/time & click "Continue"
3) Enter your contact info & click "Complete Appointment"
How do I connect with a longevity expert?
All consultations are virtual (phone or video). When you book your longevity consultation, information will be provided on how to connect with your expert at the time of your appointment.
I purchased an Advanced Consultation. How do I complete my blood draw?
If you purchased an Advanced Consultation, you can complete your blood draw at a local Quest Lab in your area. An AgelessRx Customer Service team member will provide you with Quest registration details and instuctions on how to book your appointment within 1-3 business days following your order. Blood draw results will automatically be made available to AgelessRx staff. All you will be required to do is book and attend your Quest appointment.
What does my personalized Longevity Report contain?
Your personalized Longevity Report contains:
Age-Related Recommendations & Therapies
Lifestyle Ratings & Recommendations
Suggested Longevity Interventions (Rx &
Suggestions for Additional Testing
AgelessRx Patient Checklist
Tips for Next Steps/Getting Started
Lab Results (Advanced Consultation Only)
Aging Score (Advanced Consultation Only)
What happens if I miss my consultation appointment?
You will be awarded a 5-minute grace period at the start of your consultation time. If you fail to show up for your consultation appointment, you will be required to pay a $35 rescheduling fee prior to rebooking an appointment. This fee, as with all Longevity Consultation fees, is non-refundable.
Where can I buy the Rx and Supplements recommended in my report?
For any Rx recommended interventions, you can complete an order on Agelessrx.com. You will receive approval within 24-hours and your prescription will be shipped direct to your door within a few business days.
My report recommended additional testing. Where do I go to complete this?
If your longevity expert recommended additional testing, they will provide you with information about next steps (such as a link to register).
Do I get to keep my Longevity Report?
Yes! A copy of your report will be emailed to you at the time you book your consultation. You can download, print, or save for future reference.
How can I communicate with my longevity expert after my consultation?
If you need to communicate with your longevity expert following your consultation, please email email@example.com and include a detailed message about your request. Customer Service staff will work with your longevity expert to provide any follow-up.
NAD+ Face Cream
How do I apply the cream and how often should I use it?
Apply the cream to a moist face twice daily (morning & bedtime). You can splash mild water on your face to moisten the surface before applying the cream. Be sure to allow the cream enough time to absorb and dry before adding any other cosmetic creams or products.
Why does my cream have such a strong scent?
Since our cream is pure NAD+, there is currently no way to add a fragrance to help with the scent. The scent does, however, typically diminish within the first hour or two of use.
Can I use my cream with other cosmetic creams?
Yes, of course. We have not had any reports of skin irritation or break outs when used with other creams.
How long before I start to see results?
Likely, you will see benefits within 30-minutes to 1-hour of using the product. Dermatologists sometimes demonstrate this by applying our cream to one of their patient’s eyes at the beginning of the appt. At the end of the 30 minute appt, they hand them a mirror and show them the difference. So, results can be seen in 30 minutes, but will continue to improve skin with prolonged use.
Why does the cream have to be applied to a moist face?
When applied to a moist face, you need less cream and it spreads easily.
Why do I have to refrigerate my cream?
Refrigeration, especially in the summer months or if you live in a warm climate, will help preseve the potency of the NAD+. Having the cream at lower temperatures when applying may also help to reduce any skin inflammation (an added benefit).
Is it safe to use the cream around my eyes?
Yes, but be cautious not to get any cream in the eyes. The cream visibly reduces eye bags and puffiness.
Will the cream clog my pores?
No. We have patients who use it to treat acne. We have not had anyone report that this cream has caused a break out or irritation.
Is it safe to apply make-up (e.g. foundation) over my cream?
Yes. Most of our patients report that their make-up goes on smoother after they have applied the cream (and let it dry first).
NAD+ Nasal Spray
How often should I use it?
You can use your NAD+ nasal spray 1-2x daily or as needed.
How long will one bottle last?
Your NAD+ Nasal Spray (14 ml bottle) contains enough solution for approximately 140 sprays.
Will I feel anything when I adminster the NAD+?
You may feel a slight burn or sting when administering the nasal spray.
How long before I start to feel benefits/results?
Most patients will feel effects within an hour.
Do I have to refrigerate my NAD+ solution?
Yes. Refrigeration may help preseve the potency of the NAD+.
How do I administer the injection and how often should I use it?
You will draw up the prescribed amount with the provided insulin needle and syringe, then inject subcutaneously. The recommended dose of general health is to start out with 0.1ml and, as desired, slowly ramp up to 0.5ml (100mg) once a week.
Where on my body should I use the injection?
Ideally, the injection is adminstered into a fatty layer of skin, such as: back of arm, abdomen, or flank/lumbar region.
What comes with my NAD+ injection order?
Your NAD+ injection order will arrive with the following: one (1) 5ml vial of NAD+ injectable solution (200 mg/ml concentration), syringes, and needles for adminstration.
What happens if I run out of syringes or needles before my vial is empty?
You can purchase additional insulin syringes and/or needles from a local pharmacy or drugstrore, such as Walgreens or CVS.
Will I feel anything when I inject the NAD+?
You may feel a slight sting or burn when administering the injection, but it varies from person-to-person.
How long before I start to feel benefits/results?
Most patients will notice a boost in energy within an hour or two of injection.
Do I have to refrigerate my NAD+ solution?
Yes. Refrigeration may help preseve the potency of the NAD+.
I dropped my syringe or needle on the floor. Can I still use it?
If all is still sealed and the needle sheath is still on it, it is OK to use. You will want to use a new syringe or needle if anything was unsealed/open as it hit the floor.