Below are some frequently asked questions, you may find the answer for yourself
This is a selection of questions frequently asked by customers
A generic medication is an exact copy of a brand-name medicine. It has the same route of administration, dosage, intended use, side effects, safety and strength (even if a pill has a different shape or color). A generic drug simply means that the drug is not made by the original manufacturer, the chemical is exactly the same. To put it differently generics have identical active ingredients and their pharmacological effects are the same (as those of their brand-name equivalents). Thus a generic drug is not worse than brand medicine.
Example: A generic version of Glucophage is metformin.
If you are ordering a prescription drug, Yes. Every one of our contracted pharmacies requires a valid prescription written by a medical practitioner licensed to practice in your area of residence. All prescriptions must be written in English.
A 50mg pill of Viagra contains 50 mg of active ingredient (Sildenafil concentrate) and a 100mg Viagra pill contains 100mg of Sildenafil.
A 50mg pill is the standard dose used to achieving the desired effect. It is important to take into consideration that the effect may vary for different people. One can begin with a 25mg pill (you can divide a 50mg pill in two pieces). Therefore one can decide if it is enough. One can take a 50mg pill if the desired effect is not reached.
Generics presented on our site are FDA approved.
The zone of absorption and the speed of action differ in these types of pills. Soft pills are believed to act quicker than the Regular ones.
One can eat fatty food or take alcohol when taking Soft pills. They dissolve under the tongue.
Please keep in mind that drinking is not recommended when taking regular pills.
You can place an order on our site – it is fast and easy. You choose a product you want and add it to the cart. Then you press the checkout button. You’ll find yourself on the billing page, where you’ll have to fill in all the necessary fields.