Below are our ESTIMATED shipping prices in the U.S. sent by the U.S. Post Office…but we are often able to ship orders, especially medicines, for only $8.50 in the USA. If you order medicines that we have in our store (which does not include the “single ingredient medicines” that we need to have one of the several pharmacies send to you), we will charge you only $8.50.
If you want your shipment via a faster means, such as Priority Mail, we can usually provide that service for $11.00 for shipments in the USA, though this depends on whether we can ship your items in a padded envelope.
If you prefer UPS shipping (either regular, 3rd day, 2nd day, or Next-day), please simply ask for it by sending us an email to: email@example.com). The cost for such shipment will depend upon the weight of your order, the distance it is being sent, and whether it is being sent to a residence or a business. If these shipping costs seem excessive to you, we actually invite you to email us and ask for a reduced expense. We will try to accommodate your needs and will only send your order to you once you confirm that our new proposed shipping cost is acceptable to you (yeah, we are trying to serve anyone who needs specialized and individualized care).
$8.50 for orders under $29.99
$11.00 for orders $30-$74.99
$16.00 for orders $75 to $149.99
$20.00 for orders over $150.00
Outside of the US
The shipping costs of each order will vary with the weight of the shipment and the country to which they are being sent.
If the customer wants products from us that are not books, it is the customer’s duty to determine if his/her country allows the importation of whatever is ordered. We will refund the cost of products, except individual-ingredient medicines, if a product is returned to us, but we cannot refund the cost of shipping.
(We will assume that you wish to have your order sent via the most economical method that is INSURED, unless otherwise instructed.)
Please let us know if you want your order sent via:
Express Mail International: The next level of service, in terms of speed and value-added features. Express Mail International is an expedited mail service that can be used to send merchandise to most destination countries, but varies from country to country. EMI insurance coverage against loss, damage, or rifling, up to a maximum of $100.00, is provided at no extra charge. Additional merchandise insurance coverage may be purchased to many countries. Delivery time is approximately 3 to 5 business days to many major markets. Please allow 2 to 4 business days for your order to process.
Priority Mail International is an accelerated airmail service that provides customers with reliable and economical service. Insurance up to $200.00 is included for most countries; if it is not included, insurance may be purchased on a country-specific basis. The U.S. Post Office says that the delivery time is approximately 6 to 10 business days to many major markets. Please allow 2 to 4 business days for your order to process.
Priority Mail International Padded Flat Rate Envelope is an accelerated airmail service that provides customers with reliable and economical service. This option is a flat rate starting from $31.50 (Canada) to $42.60 (Europe/South America/Africa/Australia/New Zealand) for shipping and handling. Maximum weight is 4 Lbs. and can usually only hold one large book or two medium sized books. Insurance up to $200.00 is included for most countries; if it is not included, insurance may be purchased on a country-specific basis. The U.S. Post Office says that the delivery time is approximately 6 to 10 business days to many major markets. Please allow 2 to 4 business days for your order to process.
First Class Mail International is a generic term for mail pieces that weigh 4 pounds or less. No insurance is available for First Class Mail International (the customer takes the risk of potential delivery problems if you request this method). Delivery time varies. This is the least expensive method of delivery for packages of 4 pounds or less.
We can also ship via UPS International or FedEx. Although these methods are more expensive, these companies provide greater security.
Some countries charges “customs duty” on homeopathic medicines, software, DVDs/tapes/CDs. It is the customer’s responsibility to inquire whether there are such duties or not and what their costs will be. Also, some countries do not allow the importation of “medicines.” We suggest that you contact authorities in your own country on this issue. Customers are responsible to knowing this information.