Experimental Coronavirus Medication
Despite what you have may read, there are currently no medications proven to be effective against Coronavirus. We are all hopeful that will change but this is the current status about repurposed medications: to date nothing has been proven to work and, outside of China, there are no medications approved for the treatment of COVID-19.
There are a number of medications being tested in clinical trials, and the National Institutes of Health in the USA has issued a set of guidelines discussing these which you can read here: https://covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/.
Interesting research findings and observations will be noted on our blog here as they come to hand. While these blog posts will present one point of view they should be viewed for what they are: interesting research findings and observations. They are not medical advice or a recommendation to follow a particular course of action.
A number of the medications being trialed relate to medications approved for the treatment of other (mostly viral) illnesses. We do have these experimental coronavirus medications in our shop , however can only recommend them for their approved purposes.
We do not supply medication without a prescription, with the exception to that being bulk supplies to clinical trials where the requirement changes to import authorization in the destination country.