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A resource for teams who wish to send medicines abroad but may not know what to send. This package is a complete order, providing medicines and supplies for the most frequently treated conditions.
Blessings Bundle – Medical Treatment Formulary (Recommended to treat 1,000 patients)
This list is a suggested formulary to use as a guide when building your order. Please note that the prices are subject to change depending on current market circumstances.
(Suggested for use with Compounding Kit [Item code: BICK])
These worksheets include compounding formulas specifically created for eleven of the most-commonly needed medicines we supply, plus one general formulation.
A basic information sheet that triage, medical personnel, and pharmacy staff can use to write and record information about a patient’s condition, diagnoses, and treatment.
Use with patients to track their history, evaluation, and treatment.
This downloadable chart may help you when considering the best Angiotensin Converting Enzyme (ACE) Inhibitor to use for the population your team will be serving. It may also be of benefit when considering how the ACE Inhibitors Blessings International are able to supply compare to the other products within this drug class.
This chart may help you when considering the best Angiotensin Receptor Blocker (ARB) to use for the population your team will be serving. It may also be of benefit when considering how the ARB Blessings International is able to supply compare to the other products within this drug class.
“Sourcing Safe Medicine for Missions” – a PowerPoint presentation by Blessings’ CEO, Barry Ewy, PharmD, JD, MHA
“Mission Trip Checkup” – Blessings’ YouVersion devotional plan for anyone going on a mission trip.
Prayer as Medicine – a pamphlet on incorporating prayer into medical mission trips
Countries around the world handle incoming donations of medicines differently. Blessings International wants to help you have everything you need to make importing and customs procedures as simple as possible. Once you check the requirements for bringing medicine into a particular nation, please contact us if you need any of these documents:
Blessings wants to help you and your team be successful on your upcoming mission trips! We have found that a number of books can give you a great deal of information to ensure that you are well prepared.
To order any of the books listed here, please register, download, and complete the B.I. standard order form. Or, if you would like to order the book without making a pharmaceutical order, you can contact our staff directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone.
Karen Bean, RN
B.I. Price: $35.00
This guide was written by a medical missionary with years of experience in multiple locations around the world. It is designed to be a practical manual for anyone involved in foreign missions.
The following books can be purchased through the Amazon Smile program. You can help support Blessings International with every purchase you make at smile.amazon.com. At no cost to you, Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchase price to Blessings International. For more information about the Amazon Smile program, click here.
Brunette et al: Mosby/Elsevier
A physician (M.D. or D.O.) is needed to place an order on our general International or US order forms. A dentist (D.M.D. or D.D.S.) may place an order using our dental order form. Any other persons are able to use our vitamins and supplies order forms for either international or US use.
To assure appropriate control of the medicine being ordered, the medical provider signing the Pharmaceutical Trip Application must have an active license in the state to which the medicine will be shipped.
We source our products both domestically and internationally.
This means these items are to be used only outside the United States. Once taken outside the U.S., the products cannot be returned to the U.S.
Please see our U.S. or international order forms for detailed costs.
We accept check, money order, or Master Card, Visa, Discover, and American Express if you sign up to the myBlessings account access.
The prepayment is an estimated amount and does not include freight charges, which are difficult to estimate since they are based on weight and destination. The end of the invoice shows a recap of total charges, prepayment applied, and any balance due.
Sometimes it is necessary for us to ship the bulk of your order before all the products are available in our warehouse. If we are able to ship a subsequent order in time for you to receive it before your departure, we will create a back order which is shipped and billed separately.
If your destination country requires future expiration dates, fill in that date on page two of the application in the blank. We never ship expired medicines.
Orders will be shipped based on product availability and trip departure date.
Please complete all require paperwork and call us to let us know about your rush needs.
Contact us to cancel your order or to discuss the possibility of returning unopened medicines.
1M means it is a 1,000-count bottle. Please see the key on the first page of the order form.
All churches are considered to be 501(c)(3) organizations even if they have not applied for formal recognition. The IRS will send a “no record church letter” upon request and at no charge, to any church that calls with their EIN (Employer Identification Number). This request does not mean you are applying for formal recognition status. The IRS said all churches must have an EIN, resulting from completion of form SS4. The number to call to request your 501(c)(3) letter from the IRS is toll free 877-829-5500. Press 2 then 4 when prompted. This will connect you with the IRS Customer Service that deals only with tax exempt organizations. Please ask for a “no record church letter” when you call. We will accept a “no record church letter” in lieu of a 501(c)3 letter. Here is a sample of the letter they will send at the request of a church official: 501c_No Record Church sample
Form 1828 is the Tax Guide for Churches