You can buy branded and generic medicines. Brand products include in its name the word ‘Brand’.
Generic drugs are copies of brand-name drugs that have exactly the same dosage, intended use, effects, side effects, route of administration, safety and strength as the original drug. In other words, their pharmacological effects are exactly the same as those of their brand-name counterparts.
An example of a generic drug, one used for diabetes, is metformin. A brand name for metformin is Glucophage.
Another common misbelief is that generic drugs take longer to work. The FDA requires that generic drugs work as fast and effectively as the original brand-name products. The difference between a brand name medication and a generic is in the name, shape and price. A generic drug is usually called by the name of the active ingredient while a manufacturer uses a brand name. However, a manufacturer cannot possess a patent for a certain chemical agent, this is why manufacturers of generic medications can legally produce the so-called generics.
All generic pills are FDA approved . Thus all products presented on this site are FDA approved.
the manufacturers of brand-name drugs invest large amount of money to advertise and persuade you to buy their product;
generic manufacturers spend less on advertising and product development;
generic versions of the same medication create competition, which can drive prices down (Source: US Food and Drug Administration).
Many people become concerned because generic drugs are often substantially cheaper than the brand-name versions. They wonder if the quality and effectiveness have been compromised to make the less expensive products. The FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) requires that generic drugs be as safe and effective as brand-name drugs.
Actually, generic drugs are only cheaper because the manufacturers did not take the expenses of developing and marketing a new drug. When a company brings a new drug onto the market, the firm has already spent substantial money on research, development, marketing and promotion of the drug. A patent is granted that gives the company that developed the drug an exclusive right to sell the drug as long as the patent is in effect.
As the patent nears expiration, manufacturers can apply to the FDA for permission to make and sell generic versions of the drug; and without the startup costs for development of the drug, other companies can afford to make and sell it more cheaply. When multiple companies begin producing and selling a drug, the competition among them can also drive the price down even further.
So there’s no truth in the myths that generic drugs are manufactured in poorer-quality facilities or are inferior in quality to brand-name drugs. The FDA applies the same standards for all drug manufacturing facilities, and many companies manufacture both brand-name and generic drugs. In fact, the FDA estimates that 50% of generic drug production is by brand-name companies.
No. Manufacturers can only produce generic drugs after the brand-name version of the drug loses its patent protection. Even after a patent expires, manufacturers may choose not to make a generic version of a particular drug. Today, about half of all brand-name drugs have generic counterparts.
High quality of the medications we offer is the subject of our primary concern. The logic is very simple: the better the quality of goods is, the more customers we have. Thus we are very attentive and selective in the choice of the supplier, the quality of goods is thoroughly tested and the documentation is closely checked.
If you cannot pick up your order, please do not click “Submit Button “link. Some pharmacies will not send you any orders if you have order refusal history.
No, you needn’t. We do not require any prescription from our customers. However we would strongly recommend you to consult your doctor before taking a medication. You may have some diseases contra-indicated for taking certain kinds of medicines and your doctor will advise you what you should or shouldn’t take.
Yes, we send packages to PO Boxes.
The difference is in the speed of action (Soft tabs act faster than the Regular ones) and in the zone of absorption.
Soft tabs dissolve under the tongue that allows you to take alcohol or eat fatty foods, but when taking regular tabs drinking is strongly not recommended.
Placing an order at our online pharmacy is simple:
1. Find a product you would like to purchase and add it in your cart clicking «Add to cart» button.
2. Choose the amount of pills you need to buy. Click the ‘Checkout’ button.
3. When you check out your cart, you will have to fill in the required fields of «Order form» and pay for your entire order entering your card number.
We accept the following types of payment:
As soon as you fill in the form at the checkout page and press the «Complete your order» button, the information is transmitted to our processing centre where it is checked and thus the credit card is charged. As soon as the payment is authorized, your order is approved and processed. You will receive a confirmation email, whether your order is approved or not.
If you made an order and you see that your card isn’t still charged, that means that by any reason we aren’t able to charge your card.
Please call your credit card company to solve the problem. Maybe it prohibits charging your card from other countries for reasons of safety.
Please, check whether you filled in the billing address, credit card CVV code and the expiry date correctly.
Repeat your order.
The protection of card details is the question of major importance when dealing with electronic transactions. That is why we pay much attention to privacy and security of our customers.
Be assured that our online order system makes use of the latest security encryption technology to ensure that your credit card information is submitted safely and with the highest level of protection. All our computer systems undergo regular security checks to ensure that our ordering system is properly protected.
We only use USPS (United States Postal Services) for shipping.
In this case you are to contact our customers care department and notify of the problem. We will either resend the package free of charge or refund your payment.
The expiry date is mentioned on each blister. It is different for different batches. The shelf life is 2 years from the date of manufacture and would differ from batch to batch depending on when they were manufactured.
Mind that delivery can take a little longer because of the delay at USPS which doesn’t depend on our delivery service. So don’t worry, anyway you will get your order. 99% of our customers successfully get their orders. If something goes wrong and you don’t get your order, please, appeal to our customer care department.