God damn...can't help with the adderal , but i have about 40 unused/mildly used ventolin/salbutamol(canadian equiv) in my locker at work....wish I could send it.
Oh and in BC that shit is not covered by regular medical...like I'll give you one if you come to emergency room, but you will pay at the pharmacy if prescribed. Like previously mentioned our free medical coverage is for emergencies/standard care, not anything else...that shit is out of pocket. Pro tip though you can get at least your first week or so of most prescriptions for free if you end up in the emergency room.
Post by Professor Pancakes on May 19, 2014 22:08:12 GMT -8
American health care is exactly the opposite. The day-to-day mind numbing chemicals are practically given away (even if you have no coverage, you can get a 90 day supply of most generic meds at Wal-Mart for less than $10). But if you have a medical emergency or need anything major, you can pretty much count on paying out the ass, even if you have health insurance. I fucking hate this country some times.
Post by StormyPinkness on Jun 9, 2014 13:01:42 GMT -8
Having something is better than having nothing at all and so that is a step in the right direction. I still have to pay for most things but I did get an inhaler for no charge right before Sasquatch. There is a lot you can say in the negative but the fact of the matter is that I would have had to pay at least $50 for that before and I did not this time and so that is an improvement, no matter how small. This comes from someone who has depended on the medical complex for over 30 years.