What’s actually happening?

As of October 1st, 2021, regulations on importing nicotine into Australia are changing, and Australian vapers will be required to have a valid medical prescription to legally access nicotine e-Liquids. From October 1st, the Australian government is simply formalising this requirement on a national level. This change is following a reclassification from the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration) making nicotine e-liquids a Schedule 4 (prescription only) substance.

Where can I get a prescription from?

We’re recommending QuitClinics.com to help our customers access valid prescriptions for their nicotine needs and maintain their harm reduction strategy. Quit Clinics is registered with ATHRA (Australian Tobacco Harm Reduction Association) and has authorized Australian Doctors who specialize in nicotine prescriptions. Quit Clinics turn around timeframe is typically within 24 hours, and if they’re unable to help they will provide a full refund.
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What if I order nicotine after Oct 1st 2021 without a prescription?

We will be dispatching all orders (whether a prescription is uploaded or not) as normal, at the customers own risk. Our terms of service will be updated. Please be aware of your national legal requirements. Prescriptions cannot be backdated and can only be dated from the date of consultation. We recommend getting a prescription as soon as possible to make sure you are covered.

What's the best way to store my nicotine?

Nicotine Concentrate: in your home freezer in a secure lockable safety bag
E-Liquids: in your home fridge, sit out for a few hours to warm up to room temperature before using