Provigil With No Prescription
Obtaining Provigil with no prescription is against federal and most state laws. It is also illegal to sell or give your Provigil to someone else. Since the drug is a controlled substance, there are strict rules for prescribing it. Although you may be able to buy Provigil without a prescription, it is illegal and potentially dangerous to do so.
Provigil® (modafinil) is a prescription medicine used to help people with certain conditions (such as narcolepsy) stay awake. However, it is also a drug that may be abused. Because Provigil is a controlled substance, there are strict rules for obtaining it, and there are strict fines and penalties for using or trying to buy Provigil without a prescription.
Sadly, the answer is yes. You may be able to buy Provigil with no prescription. However, it is not legal to do so. The drug is to be dispensed only to people with a prescription and only for a legitimate medical purpose. It is illegal to sell or give your Provigil to someone else, and it is illegal to obtain Provigil without a prescription. Doing any of these things is against federal (and most state) laws, and you may be prosecuted under both.
Some Web sites claim to have on-staff physicians that can review your medical history (usually just a short form with a few questions) and prescribe Provigil or other controlled substances for you. This does not count as a legitimate relationship. You are not really a patient, and the physician is not really your healthcare provider. This kind of prescribing violates many different laws and is not considered legitimate.