F.A.Q


Information about shipping and returns

Fast Free Shipping Worldwide (by Latvia Post). Shipping time - 3-20 business days (depend from region). Handling time - 1 business day. Tracking number ( will send via Paypal the same day).
RETURNS
Any packages returned back to us by the customs will be eligeble for a refund minus the P&P costs. Due to the nature of the product we cannot accept returns. Your statutory rights are not affected.

Is Mildronate Meldonium legit?

MILDRONATE® is  a licensed medical drug used widely throughout Eastern Europe and Central Asia for a number of conditions, including cardiac complaints. Meldonium is not licensed for use in the US, but it is class 5 medical (like dietary supplements for humans).
MILDRONATE® 250mgx20N is non-prescription medical (so - it is allowed to ship worldwide).

Why to buy MILDRONATE®?

MILDRONATE® made by Grindex is the best Meldonium source (by experience and reviews). With sales of the drug reaching 56 million euros in 2013, it is one of Latvia's biggest medical exports. According to the drug's designer, Ivar Kalvins - chair of the scientific board of the Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis - it was created to increase the body's oxygen-carrying capacity.

Uses of Meldonium (Mildronate)

Meldonium is a fatty acid oxidation inhibitor and, today, it is principally used to treat angina and heart attacks (myocardial infarction). Its therapeutic activity is produced by altering pathways for carnitine, a nutrient involved in fat metabolism.3
A study in 2005 found that meldonium, in combination with an angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor called lisinopril, improved exercise capability and peripheral circulation for individuals with chronic heart failure.
A Chinese study group then tested meldonium for its efficacy in treating acute ischemic stroke, finding it as useful as cinepazide, a vasodilator commonly used to treat acute cerebral infarction.
Other uses for meldonium include:
  • Immune system modulation
  • Treating stomach ulcers
  • Treating eye trauma
  • Treating infections of the lungs and upper respiratory tract.