Generic Avodart ® (marchio registrato) ® (dutasteride), generic Cialis ® (tadalafil), generic Cialis One Day ® (tadalafil), generic Diflucan ® (fluconazole 200mg), generic Flagyl ® (metronidazole 400mg), generic Levitra ® (vardenafil), generic Lipitor ® (marchio registrato) ® (atorvastatin 20mg), generic Nexium ® (esomeprazole 40mg), generic Priligy ® (marchio registrato) ® (dapoxetine 60mg), generic Propecia ® (finasteride 1mg), generic Proscar ® (finasteride 5mg), generic Stendra ® (avanafil 100mg), generic Tamiflu ® (marchio registrato) ® (oseltamivir 75mg), generic Viagra ® (sildenafil citrate), generic Zyban ® (marchio registrato) ® (buproprione), generic Xenical ® (marchio registrato) ® (orlistat).
These generic drugs are manufactured in state-of-the-art facilities that fully comply with the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) stipulations laid down by the US FDA and with stringent WHO regulations.
The pharmacy send the products in blister (pharmaceutical wrapping).
These generic medicines are come from the best manufacturers of generic medicines in the world (leader pharmaceutical companies) as Alkem Lab, Ajanta, Cipla, Unicure, Ranbaxy, Sun Pharmaceuticals, Mepro, Dr. Reddy's, Richie labs, German Remedies etc. (the best industries in the world of generic medicines are Indian, recently the Indian Government have introduced the Death Penalty for manufacturer and re-seller of fake generic medicines).
These products have purity certificate of a FDA laboratory.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are generic drugs?
When a drug company first invents a drug, that company is the only one allowed to make that drug in the same country for a certain number of years. After this time period, other companies are allowed to make the same drug. These drugs are called generics. The original drug (e.g. Viagra) is called a brand name drug. Brand name drugs and their generics are IDENTICAL in terms of active ingredients. The generic pills may look different (because they are made by a different company) but inside there is exactly the same active ingredient, which works exactly in the same way. The only difference is that generics are always cheaper than brand name drugs.
All products are manufactured and packaged by the following companies: Ajanta, Aventis, Cipla, Aventis, Dr. Reddy's, Mepro, Novartis, Ranbaxy, Richie Labs, Sun Pharmaceuticals, Unicure and others.
Generic products and the name brand equivalents are identical and your body won't know the difference. Generic Viagra™ is simply a generic version of Viagra™® - just like ibuprofen is the generic name for Advil®. The same is for every single products that pharmacies named on this site sell.
All pharmaceuticals are simple recipes of common chemical raw ingredients. Making an exact copy of a pharmaceutical is quite simple. State of the art laboratories are able to replicate all major name brand pharmaceuticals quite easily, and complex and routine testing assures us that these products are an exact match.
So why should you pay full retail for the name-brand product when a generic version is now available to you ? The pills you order from pharmacies named on this site will look like a bit different than brand name equivalents. Generics do not look the same as the brand name products, even though they have the same active ingredient and work exactly in the same way. In addition, the same brand name pill may look different if manufactured in a different country. Also, when comparing 2 different Generics, they will look different if they are made by 2 different companies.
Are generics just as effective as the name brand drugs?
Generic drugs are as safe and effective as their brand-name counterparts. The best generics are made in India by pharmaceutical manufacturers in the best way. These companies manufacture (and export in bulk) the drugs that go in to the world's best-selling brands in US and Europe. In the new global economy, manufacturing is increasingly being outsourced to overseas facilities of parent companies or third-party suppliers. Naturally new advances in manufacturing technology are invested in to these overseas facilities, rather than in to the company's little-used factories in US and Europe. These generic drugs are manufactured in a way that fully comply with the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) stipulations laid down by the US FDA.
In almost all cases, generics work as well as their brand-name siblings, and often cost considerably less. This is possible not because of lower quality, but because research and advertising costs are less for generics. Many insurance plans encourage you to accept the generic version of a drug whenever it's medically safe. Most states let pharmacists substitute a generic when appropriate and when your doctor approves it.
When shouldn't generics be substituted for brand-name drugs?
Few drugs have a "narrow therapeutic index," meaning that a small variation in dose can cause problems, such as little effectiveness for example. With some drugs, including phenytoin (brand name Dilantin), carbamazepine (Tegretol), valproic acid (Depakene), divalproex sodium (Depakote), digoxin (Lanoxin), warfarin (Coumadin), lithium (Lithobid, Eskalith), levothyroxine (Synthroid, Levoxyl), and theophylline (Theo-Dur), you shouldn't switch from brand to generic—or viceversa—without your doctor's approval and his close supervision. Always ask for an advice from your doctor, pharmacist, or both before asking for a substitute.
You have to consult your doctor before the beginning of any treatment program