Is HGH Legal?
The simple answer to ‘is HGH Legal’ is yes, however you will need to follow local government guidelines to avoid any potential issues on your return trip. These include:-
No More Than a 90 Day Supply & Possess a Valid Prescription
Below we have included links and extracts from the CBP, FDA, and TSA for you to verify the exact regulations.
Want to Learn How to Get HGH the Legal Way?
The process of how to get legal hgh is quick and easy. You will need an HGH prescription which can be written by a Mexican doctor. He will require some blood tests to analyze but not to worry, we will take care of all of that. All you need to worry about is when you can travel and we will take care of the rest.
But is HGH Legal to Buy?
Absolutely! HGH is a controlled medication and requires an HGH prescription for you to be able to buy it, which we can arrange when you arrive.
So is HGH Legal in the US?
In the US, HGH for Anti-Aging is considered off-label use as per the FDA. Therefore a doctor most likely will not write a prescription. However, this does not mean it’s illegal, it simply means you can’t purchase it. In Mexico, there is no Off-Label usage regulation for HGH so a doctor can prescribe with you, providing the appropriate blood tests have been carried out.
Below you can see extracts and official links.
Traveling with medication: Travelers must declare all medicine and similar products when entering the United States. Prescription medications should be in their original containers with the doctor’s prescription printed on the container. It is advised that you travel with no more than personal use quantities, a rule of thumb is no more than a 90 day supply. If your medications or devices are not in their original containers, you must have a copy of your prescription with you or a letter from your doctor. A valid prescription or doctor’s note is required on all medications entering the U.S. Go To CBP Website
In general, you should have with you a valid prescription or doctor’s note—written in English—to bring medication to the U.S. The medication should be in its original container with the doctor’s instructions printed on the bottle. If you don’t have the original container, bring a copy of your prescription or a letter from your doctor explaining your condition and why you need this medication. Travel with no more than you need for your personal use during your stay. A rule of thumb: Bring no more than a 90-day supply of medication. Go To FDA Website
Inform the TSA officer that you have medically necessary liquids and/or medications and separate them from other belongings before screening begins. Also declare accessories associated with your liquid medication such as freezer packs. Labeling these items can help facilitate the screening process. Ice packs, freezer packs, gel packs, and other accessories may be presented at the screening checkpoint in a frozen or partially-frozen state to keep medically necessary items cool. All items, including supplies associated with medically necessary liquids must be screened before they will be permitted into the secure area of the airport. Go To TSA Website