Shipping Policies

Orders shipped via USPS Priority Mail

  • Shipping days are Tuesday through Friday every week
  • Orders received by 2:00 p.m. EST will be shipped the same day
  • Shipping times are generally 4-5 business days within the U.S.
  • Shipping rates are as follows:

Within the United States:

  • 1 product:  $ 5.00
  • 2-3 products:  $  7.95
  • 4-6 products:  $ 10.95
  • 7 or more:       $ 15.95

International to Canada or Mexico:

  • 1-3 products:  $ 25.95
  • 4-6 products:  $ 35.95
  • 7 or more:       $ 41.95


  • 1-3 products:  $ 47.95
  • 4 or more:       $ 60.95

Shipping will be calculated by PayPal at the close of your order.


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3 thoughts on “Shipping Policies

  1. Hi There,

    My name is simon and i would like to order some selenomethione, the book and genetic minerals and some minerals and was wanting to ask if i resquest that the goods be sent to indonesia can they please be sent with a packing list only and no invoice with the stated amount of purchase?

    The customs here are not friendly to good with amounts over $50 adressed to westerners.

    please let me know if you can assist



    1. Hi Simon, it’s great to hear from you. I have looked up the conditions for our shipping method and this is what it read:

      Books and periodicals printed in any Indonesian language and published outside of Indonesia, except educational books approved by the Indonesian Department of Commerce.
      Cloth and batik designs and sarongs.
      Cocoa leaves, dried, undried, or powdered.
      Coins; banknotes; currency notes (paper money); securities of any kind payable to bearer; traveler’s checks; platinum, gold, or silver (manufactured or not); precious stones; jewelry; and other valuable articles.
      Indonesian national currency (rupiahs).
      Perishable infectious biological substances.
      Radioactive materials.
      Used articles including clothing.

      Import licenses are required for commercial shipments. The following articles are not permitted in commercial shipments: articles of gold or silver, including tableware; pens and pencils ornamented with precious metal; calendar watches; linen clothing; natural silk goods; children’s toys operated by steam or electricity; leather goods; coffee essences; and coffee substitutes; and molasses and sugar substitutes.

      Customs declarations must show both the gross weight of the entire shipment and the net weight of each item in the shipment.
      Addressees are required to obtain special authorization to receive gift shipments that contain any articles that are considered “luxury or semi-luxury” items (e.g., various kinds of haberdashery, technical goods, foodstuffs, office supplies, cameras and projectors) by the Indonesian authorities.
      Gift shipments must be endorsed “Gift shipment — For the personal use of the addressee.”
      Many articles are subject to an import license or special authorization by the Indonesian authorities. Therefore, senders should ascertain from the addressee before mailing whether the necessary documents are held.

      Basically it comes down to whether or not it asks me for the price of each product like it does to some other countries. If it does, I cannot lie about the price of the items. I have not sent any shipments to Indonesia yet so I will have to check into it a little further. I will do the best I can to help you, Simon. Thank you for the inquiry, I will be in touch.


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