JaseGo | Brett Cooper

Your exclusive access to Jase Go travel meds.

Now you’ll always be prepared with peace of mind and easy online access to medical experts.

JaseGo | Brett Cooper

Getting sick while traveling? The worst.

Travel-sized emergency meds for all your adventures.

JaseGo | Brett Cooper

Having life-saving medication on hand should never be an afterthought.

The perfect sidekick for any trip:

  • International travel
  • Festivals
  • Spring break
  • Roadtrips
  • Camping / hiking
  • Cruise
  • Study abroad
JaseGo | Brett Cooper

The right meds so you can focus on fun.

We got you covered for over 30 different illnesses.

JaseGo | Brett Cooper

Help Medicate Against:

Diarrhea
Loperamide 2mg (12 count)

Loperamide is an antidiarrheal medication. This is commonly used to treat viral diarrhea or traveler’s diarrhea.

STI (Sexually Transmitted Infections)
Rx Azithromycin 250mg (pack of 6)

Azithromycin is a common macrolide antibiotic. Frequently used to treat some sexually transmitted diseases like Chlamydia.

Motion Sickness
Rx Ondansetron 4mg (10 count)

Ondansetron is an anti-vomiting or anti-nausea medication commonly known as Zofran.

Urinary Tract Infection
Rx Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole 800/160mg (quantity 14)

Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole (SMZ-TMP) is a sulfonamide antibiotic used to treat UTI’s, Fever and Rash.

Ear Infection
Rx Azithromycin 250mg (pack of 6)

Azithromycin is a common macrolide antibiotic. Frequently used to treat respiratory infections, ear and throat infections, infectious diarrhea, some sexually transmitted diseases, and typhoid fever.

Strep Throat
Rx Azithromycin 250mg (pack of 6)

Azithromycin is a common macrolide antibiotic. Frequently used to treat respiratory infections, ear and throat infections, infectious diarrhea, some sexually transmitted diseases, and typhoid fever.

Pneumonia
Rx Azithromycin 250mg (pack of 6)

Azithromycin is a common macrolide antibiotic. Frequently used to treat respiratory infections, ear and throat infections, infectious diarrhea, some sexually transmitted diseases, and typhoid fever.

Allergy
Diphenhydramine 25mg (20 count)

Diphenhydramine is a first-generation antihistamine medication generally used to great allergic reactions. Will cover for hives, itching, swelling and rash.

Peace of mind for only: $129.95

Canada: $199.95 USD*

What to Expect

JaseGo | Brett Cooper

Quick and easy online order!

JaseGo | Brett Cooper

Your order will be reviewed by a licensed physician in your state

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Your JaseGo med kit will be sent directly to your home from our pharmacy network.

Still have questions?

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need a JaseGo kit?

The JaseGo medication kit is designed for any and every quick trip (less than 1 month in length), to cover you for  the most common medical concerns you might encounter and saving you the hassle of having to find out of network medical help. The peace of mind is priceless. For more extended travel plans, consider our more robust Jase Case Traveler kit designed for long-term use.

Who is the JaseGo kit for?

You must be at least 12 years old to be prescribed a JaseGo kit. For minors 12-17, a parent or guardian must complete the purchase. For children 2-11, the new Jase KidCase is the best solution.

How long before my trip should I order JaseGo to get it in time?

Most orders are prescribed, processed and shipped within 2 business days. Depending on your location, it will take a few additional days for the order to arrive at your door. To be on the safe side, we recommend getting your JaseGo kit at least 2 weeks prior to your trip.

Can I share my JaseGo meds?

Jase only offers personalized kits that are prescribed to the individual who filled out the order form. The physicians prescribe based upon the answers to the questions on that form. If there is an allergy notated on the form, we need to account for that allergy and make sure that others are not using the medications that could potentially be harmful to them. These are emergency antibiotics and medications and should be treated the same way as any other medication that is prescribed by a physician. We do recommend letting your friends and family know to get their own JaseGo kit before they travel. If you would like to earn a referral commission, please join our ambassador program!

Note | If your kit does contain OTC (over the counter) medications, we would advise following all precautions and instructions on the OTC medication before sharing.

Are Add-Ons available?

No, add-ons are not available for Jase Go. If you would like the flexibility to build your medication kit, start with a Jase Case which has over 30 add-on medication options.

Are substitutions available?

Only if an allergy is present, we have predetermined substitutions. We are unable to take requests for medication changes.

Does it come with a guidebook?

Jase Go does not come with a guidebook, but it will come with new medication cards that fit neatly into the bag, and have all the basic information including a QR code linking to a more in depth look at the medication.

How many can I purchase in a year?

2 per person annually.

Will I receive a call from the physician?

Depends on your state. Some states require a live encounter with the physician. In those cases you will receive a call from the physician. Otherwise, you will only receive a call if the physician has unanswered questions regarding your current medications or allergies.

I didn’t receive my tracking number?

If you did not receive a tracking number, please contact us at answers@jasemedical.com

Do you accept HSA cards?

You should be able to use your HSA card. Ultimately, it will depend on your insurance and we encourage checking with them before attempting to use your card. Some have very particular requirements, specifically an itemized cost break down of each medication which we cannot provide.

What if I have an allergy to one of the antibiotics?

We leave it up to the consulting physician to make a substitution if there are allergies. There is almost always a substitution that can be made. You MUST notate any allergies on your submission form. We cannot make substitutions once the order is placed. 

How long can the antibiotics be stored?

The FDA requires pharmacies to put an expiration date of 1 year on prescriptions. Most antibiotics will come with an expiration date between 2 and 3 years from the date of manufacture. To maximize the shelf-life of your medications they should be stored in air-tight containers in a cool, dry environment. 

Under proper storage conditions antibiotics, expiration dates can be extended for a minimum of an additional 5 years.

Studies have even shown 90% retained potency after as many as 20 years.

Do you accept insurance?

Jase Medical does not accept any type of health insurance.

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