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By picking and choosing what we think to be the most reliable and quality conscious generic  pharmacies available, we have tried very hard to avoid the countries and companies that deal in adulterationErectile dysfunction, cialis, Generic Viagra, Generic Cialis, Generic Levitra

Adulteration not only functions to defraud consumers but it can also pose health hazards. In the case of illegal drugs sold on the internet, adulteration is generally in the form of inert or harmless compounds, but deadly poisons, such as sodium cyanide, have sometimes been sold in some narcotics.  Some drugs from China actually contain a plethora of unlisted ingredients, and not all of them good. By the  way, China sells tons of generics. Adulteration is not the only source of poor-quality or dangerous foods and drugs: The ingredients of junk foods need not be adulterated to ensure a virtual absence of nutritional value; potentially hazardous medicines will have more adverse effects if adulterated with ingredients that have not been tested for side effects and efficacy. The consumer movement of recent times has focused not only on adulteration, but also on the nature of various adulterating ingredients.

Examples:  From China

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- July 30, 2009 -- New York State Agriculture Commissioner Patrick Hooker today alerted consumers that Tiffany Food Corporation, located at 1182 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, New York is recalling “Bifeng Nong fu Shanzhuang” plum candy due to the presence of undeclared sulfites. People who have severe sensitivity to sulfites may run the risk of serious or life-threatening reactions if they consume this product.

The recalled “Bifeng Nong fu Shanzhuang” plum candy is packaged in an uncoded 122 gram, plastic foil bag and were distributed nationwide. It is a product of China.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- July 30, 2009 -- New York State Agriculture Commissioner Patrick Hooker today alerted consumers that Tiffany Food Corp., located at 1182 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn, New York is recalling "Chi Ling Gourmet Foods Hot Olive" due to the presence of undeclared sulfites. People who have severe sensitivity to sulfites may run the risk of serious or life-threatening reactions if they consume this product.

The recalled "Chi Ling Gourmet Foods Hot Olive" is packaged in an uncoded 200 gram, clear plastic bag and were distributed nationwide. It is a product of Taiwan.
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Our recommendation:  Don't buy products with ingredients from China:
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The companies we recommend purchase their drugs from Indian Drug manufacturers that are approved by The World Health Organization (WHO) and in many cases approved by the USA FDA. (See list of similar organizations below)

First, is it legal to import generic equivalents of brand name drugs currently under patent from an overseas  pharmacy?


The World Trade Organization (WTO) treaties between nations protect patents and trademarks. India is one of the few nations that selected a protection scheme based upon protection of the manufacturing process (Process Patents) rather than using the more common scheme of protecting the actual product (Product Patents).

As a result, Indian pharmaceutical chemists can legally create, and sell worldwide, drugs that are still patent protected elsewhere if they do so using a process that creates the identical drug through the use of a different process.

Therefore, these drugs can be marketed at prices that reflect their real manufacturing cost, rather than a monopoly price that is set without regard to competition.

Even considering the foregoing, how can the drugs available through online prescription pharmacies be at such a discount?

Well, the real question is 'Why are pharmaceutical companies allowed to charge so much when their cost of ingredients is so low?'

What most people are not aware of is the actual cost of the ingredients that make up these pharmaceuticals. For example, 100 Celebrex™ 100 mg pills costs the consumer $130.27, but the cost of the ingredients is a mere $0.60! That is a markup of 21,712%! Or, how about 100 Prozac™ 20 mg pills? Consumer cost is $247.47. However, the cost of the actual ingredients is just $0.11! That is a 224,973% markup!

No wonder that the pharmaceutical industry is the most profitable (that's profit, not gross income) industry in the world. The profit margin of the drug companies, which takes into consideration the substantial costs for research and development of new drugs, is nothing short of scandalous and immoral. Thus, the question is not 'why can our overseas pharmacies charge so little', it is 'why do they charge so much.  

Indian Prescription Drug  Sources:

The best way to beat high drug prices is to send your pharmaceutical order  to a reputable Pharmacy in India. 

These online prescription pharmacies source their drugs, which are manufactured at world-class sites and they are typically approved, by one or all of the following agencies,


World Health Organization (WHO) 
Food and Drug Administration (FDA), USA 
Medicines Control Agency (MCA), UK 
Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), Australia 
Medicines Control Council (MCC), South Africa 
National Institute of Pharmacy (NIP), Hungary 
Pharmaceutical Inspection Convention (PIC), Germany 
State Institute for the Control of Drugs, Slovak Republic 
Food and Drug Administration (FDA), India 

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Indian Manufacturers

Given below is a list of some of the Indian manufacturers from whom these overseas pharmacies source the drugs for you. All these are well known in North American & European markets

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), India  http://www.gsk-india.com  
Novartis India Limited  http://www.in.pharma.novartis.com   
Wyeth India Limited  http://www.Wyethindia.com  
Parke Davis India Ltd 
AVENTIS PHARMA INDIA  http://www.aventispharmaindia.com  
PFIZER INDIA LIMITED  http://www.pfizerindia.com  
UCB Pharma Ltd 
E Merck India Ltd 
ELI Lilly and Company (India) 
AstraZeneca Pharma India Ltd  http://www.astrazeneca.com  
JOHNSON & JOHNSON (ETHNOR DIVISION) 
Cipla Limited  http://www.cipla.com  
Bayer
Ranbaxy India Limited  http://www.ranbaxy.com  
Dr.Reddy Laboratories  www.drreddys.com  
Nicholas Piramal India Limited  http://www.nicholaspiramal.com  
SUN PHARMA LIMITED  http://www.sunpharma.com  
RPG LIFESCIENCES LTD www.rpglifesciences.com 

 

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