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Last Call For Semaglutide Before Summer
The new weight loss medication is very expensive, but I happen to know somebody who owns a telemedicine network
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My friends at Remote Health Solutions are now offering semaglutide for much less — but the discount ends at midnight on Monday the 15th.
Normally priced at $599 per month, you can get semaglutide for $349 per month guaranteed for a year.
Once you sign up, your savings are locked in for at least one year — guaranteed.
CLICK HERE and enter promo code EMERALD300.
I’m a big believer in tele-medecine networks — that’s how most of my friends and family got ivermectin and HCQ during the COVID pandemic.
Remote Health Solutions has a national tele-medicine network of providers, and a dedicated pharmacy partner which compounds semaglutide for their customers in its generic form. They can ship it overnight to most states as well.
What will you get and what can you expect? As a member of this exclusive program, you will receive monthly appointments with the healthcare provider you choose from within the RHS network, training on your Semaglutide weight loss regimen and self-administration of the medication, as well as ongoing support and consultation as needed, and a weekly supply of prescription Semaglutide.
About 100 of my subscribers have signed up for this program already, so there’s only a few more spots available.
You may have heard about semaglutide or Ozempic (the brand-name for semaglutide) recently because it’s all over the news. The manufacturer reported 15% - 18% weight loss findings during the clinical trials. The Food and Drug Administration approved semaglutide for weight loss in 2021 — which means it’s the first FDA-approved weight management medication since 2014.
The demand for Ozempic to achieve long term weight loss and assist in the management of diabetes is off-the-charts, and so this brand name drug is extremely expensive. This high demand has made it hard to find as well. The average retail cost for a month’s worth of Ozempic (without insurance) can range from $1,200 - $1,300. So it’s usually $15,000 per year.
Reminder: CLICK HERE and enter promo code EMERALD300 before midnight on Monday.