What does the term “generic” mean?

Generic drugs are produced and distributed without patent protection. A generic contains the same active ingredients as the brand pills and is identified by its chemical name rather than its brand name. Generic Drugs are manufactured by the certified producer but not by the original drug’s producer. Generic drugs can be issued when the brand-name equivalent’s patent expires. Upon the original medicine’s patent expiration any pharmaceutical company can obtain a right on its production and purchase a chemical formula.

Why do generic medicines cost less than brand ones?

Unlike generic drugs, a large part of the costs incurred by original manufacturers of brand name drugs are for research and development and advertising. Companies, manufacturing generic medicines do not have to invest in any research and development or pay for advertising and marketing. It is only necessary to purchase a chemical formula to produce a generic drug. Consequently, you get world-class drugs at a reasonable price!

What is the quality of generic drugs?

The quality of generic drugs doesn’t differ from its brand name counterparts, even if they differ in shape and color. Generic drugs have identical active ingredients, the quantity and speed of absorption of its active ingredients into the bloodstream.

Do you require a prescription before purchasing on your site?

Notice that we do not require any prescription for anything you can order on our site, but we strongly recommend you to consult your doctor before ordering anything from us.

Can the shape of generic medications pills differ from brand name medications?

Yes. The shape of generic medication pills can differ slightly in colour or shape from brand name pills. However, any difference in shape or colour does not compromise the effectiveness of the medication in any way.

Are the generic medications we supply government approved?

Yes. All the medications we supply have been approved by the CDSCO (Central Drugs Standard Control Organization) in India, who have similar high standards to the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration) in Australia.


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