Ensure Your Medication Supply: Be Prepared for Any Disruption

Now we have the ability to personally stock up on prescription medications in case of emergency. We all learned during the Covid-19 pandemic that if the supplky chain gets disrupted or hospitals get flooded with people it can be almost impossible to get the lifesaving medications you may need. Not only your lifesaving medications but even day to day medications as well. We have partnered with Jase Medical to provide you these lifesaving medications quickly and easily.

What’s the process?

This is the step by step on how you can ensure you have the meds you need if things go south:

Use this link to go to Jase Medical. Use coupon code JTFPREP or READY20 for a discount.

You will fill out a medical intake form and a doctor will write your prescriptions, send them to their pharmacy, and ship them right to your home in a carry case. In the case you will find your medications and a fantastic guide to determine what your ailment couple potentially be. In addition, you will have access to medical professionals for a year with no bills! This is a simple and legal process to ensure you have critical medications when you need them.

Other Details:

Your meds will be labeled with an expiration date of 1 year once filled.  However, the there was a study done on how wrong expiration dates are especially for “solid” or no-liquid medications. Check out our blog article on this subject.

What Medications included in the Jase Case?

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.

Some of the potential add-ons:
To be transparent, some of these items are far less expensive if you run to your local store like acetaminophen, Ibuprofen etc.

How does the backup for my daily med work?

You can procure a 12-month emergency supply of your essential daily prescription medications. For the same reason as above, it is a good idea to have a backup supply of day to day medications.
Conditions Covered:
Family Planning
Heart Health & Blood Pressure
Mental Health

Order Now