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Is it legal to order prescription drugs over the Internet?
Our pharmacy does not offer legal advice. In most countries it is legal to order medicine online if the quantity in the shipment you are receiving does not exceed a 90 day supply for personal medical use and you are under the supervision of a physician.
Please verify local regulations before placing an order.
Do you sell generic pills or brand medicines?

We sell both branded meds and high quality generics. In order to be called a generic version, it must match the original branded drug in terms of active ingredients, speed of absorption etc. Hence, a generic drug is the same as its counterpart in terms of quality.

Why do people prefer Generic Drugs?
FDA-approved generic drugs are bioequivalent and therapeutically equivalent to their brand-name counterparts.
People can use them with total confidence.
Generics are usually priced up to 70 percent less than equivalent brand-name versions, because brand-name drugs invest large amounts of money to advertise and persuade you to buy their product, because generic manufacturers spend less on advertising and product development and because generic versions of the same medication create competition and competition can drive prices down (Source: US Food and Drug Administration).
Why does it differ in characteristics like shape and color or even the printed name on the pill?
Branded pills are patented and are protected by copyright. Hence, generics are different in color and shape but have the same active ingredients.
Where is the medication shipped from?
We work with suppliers from all over the world but mostly ship from India (World Leader for Generics manufacturing), where we have an opportunity to collaborate with the most known all over the world Generic producers, such as Ranbaxy, Cipla, Ajanta Pharma.
Our generic medications are manufactured on government certified facilities and meet or exceed the highest US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and World Health Organization (WHO) standards.