In the next few minutes, I’m going to explain to you why a family preparedness plan that does not include stored antibiotics is incomplete, and adds unnecessary risks for you and your loved ones.

Hi, I’m Doctor V, a concerned physician who a little over a year ago, began preparing my family for an uncertain future. Given all the economic and geopolitical turmoil occurring around the world today, the risk of a breakdown in the thin veneer overlaying society has never been greater.

As I began putting together a plan for my family, I thought about all of the people in America outside of the medical profession,who do not have access to the items I have access to, such as medications to treat a wide variety of bacterial infections……namely antibiotics.

Many people are unaware of how common it was for people to die from everyday infections, before the development of modern antibiotics. Strep infections would cause half of all newborn deaths,  and was a major cause of death from burns. Staph infections were fatal in 80% of infected wounds, and pneumonia was also a noted killer.                                        

In today’s hectic environment, many doctors are so overwhelmed with unsustainable patient loads and bogged down in bureaucratic red tape, that they are reluctant to become personally involved with an individual’s preparedness plans. I have had numerous friends and relatives tell me that their own physicians refused to prescribe them an assortment of antibiotics to put away “just in case”. Well, I say that’s nonsense. I decided it wouldn’t be right if I didn’t attempt to get as many people as possible prepared for the destructive events that may unfold in the near future.

Here are just a few of the various infections you could treat with your very own antibiotic survival pack:

  • Wound Infections
  • Pneumonia
  • Urinary Tract Infections
  • Skin Cellulitis
  • Burn Infections

You will receive a quantity of each different antibiotic sufficient to treat from 2 to 5 infections. (Anywhere from 18 pills to 100 pills of each type depending on the drug) This means your antibiotic survival pack will be able to treat approximately 25-30 total infections.

Below is an example of what our “No Drug Allergies” Survival Pack contains:

With each antibiotic survival pack, you will also receive a free report that will expand your knowledge of the different types of infections you may face if the SHTF, and you do not have access to medical care. Remember, these antibiotics are only to be used in a grid-down situation with no access to traditional medical care.

It is also important to note, that I am a US based, licensed physician, and that this website uses security features and email that are 100% HIPAA compliant.  I also cannot recommend you purchase “Fish Antibiotics” for your preps. Do you really want to trust the health of your family to something meant for a fish? Many people do not realize that there are some medical conditions and other commonly prescribed medications that can become dangerous to your health if combined with certain antibiotics. This is another reason I wanted to offer this service. So someone with medical training could review your health history and make sure all of the antibiotics are safe for you to take before dispensing them to you.

Here’s what I want you to do now. Click the redAdd Antibiotics to my Preparedness Planbutton below. This will take you to a HIPAA secured page where you will be able to choose which premium antibiotic preparedness pack is right for you. Once you do that, you will need to fill out our secure web form in order to provide us with some of your basic medical information. We want to make sure there aren’t any potential drug interactions or medical contraindications. If, for some reason, I feel that you’re medical history or current medications are not safely compatible with our antibiotic packs, this evaluation will cost you nothing. Your information is reviewed and evaluated by a licensed physician. You must be careful on the internet these days. Be assured that you are dealing with a real physician. The doctor who reviews your information is establishing a relationship with you. This process is called telemedicine, and it is the way of the future.

All antibiotics packages cost between $239-$279 and include shipping in the cost.

Please take the next step in your preparedness plan. Add antibiotic security by clicking the red button below and join the countless others that have added this missing piece to their preparedness puzzle.

Here is a summary of how our process works:

Step 1: Click the ADD ANTIBIOTICS red button below and you are taken to our page listing the packages we offer.
Step 2: Select one of our antibiotics packages based on your drug allergies or personal preferences.
Step 3: After you select your preferred package, you will then be taken to our secure medical information form.
Step 4: Fill out the medical form completely and accurately so that we can safely evaluate any potential issues.
Step 5: After the physician reviews  your information, you will be contacted via email with payment instructions if approved.
Step 6: Mail your payment and wait approximately 2-3 weeks for your package to arrive from UPS. (sooner if you pay by money order)

P.S. – Please be sure to fill out the medical form after you select your package with your own “true and correct” information. We cannot ship medication to someone using an “alias”.  This policy allows us to verify your identity.

Please do not submit a medical form, if you do not intend to follow through with payment to us after we approve you.

If you have questions, please ask them BEFORE you fill out the medical information form.

We do not currently offer any kind of custom prescription packages, ONLY antibiotics.

We can only accept check or money order for payment at this time. (NO CREDIT CARDS)

I am unable to provide this service for minor children.

Antibiotics Packages NOT available in the following states: FL, GA, MA, MO, NJ, NY, OR, PA, WA

We also offer Wound Repair Survival Kits that include local anesthetic.

Click the image of the kit below if you are interested in obtaining more information about these kits.

Still have questions?  Email them to DoctorV AT