Drug Policy

Generic Drug Policy

A generic drug is essentially a medicine that is sold without a brand name. They are identical to the brand’s counterparts in composition, side effects, methods of administration, and dosages.

Brand drug manufacturers invest heavily in promoting their products and persuading people to buy them. These advertising and marketing costs will be added to the price of the product. Generic drug manufacturers do not spend money on such activities, so they are much cheaper than branded drugs.

According to WHO guidelines, generics do not have to contain the same inert ingredients as branded products. (Inactive ingredients have nothing to do with the therapeutic effect of drug binders, colors, preservatives, and fragrances.)

Under trademark law, generic drugs cannot look exactly the same as their brand-name tablets. As a result, the generic drug looks different than the brand name, but both work the same way with the same formulation.

Generics are required by law to meet the same stringent standards or qualities as a set of branded generics. WHO requires generics to be biologically equivalent to brand-name drugs and to work effectively and quickly.

All medicines offered on, whether branded or generic, meet the standards set by the WHO and FDA Approved.

Generic drugs are inexpensive, high-quality drugs.

All generic drug companies use ingredients in their products in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). In short, generics are subject to the same stringent quality, safety, and efficacy standards as the original medicines.

What are the benefits of generics?

The high benefits of using generics will lead to the creation of a society that provides patients with high-quality, safe, and effective medicines.

Estimated annual savings around the world support health systems and increase the budget available for high-cost health care and essential patient services.

Creating positive competition between generics and APIs will create strong markets and stimulate innovation in the pharmaceutical market.


Narcotics Drugs are not sold in a pharmacy. Under no circumstances will we ship any drugs or narcotic substances to you, including but not limited to benzodiazepines and opiates to any of our customers.

Prescription policy

We may ask you to provide a valid prescription for some drugs as instructed by online pharmacies. To avoid inconvenience, please check the index below before purchasing from

You can email a scanned copy of the recipe to [email protected]

The prescription must be physically written by a qualified physician in English. We do not accept online prescriptions.

If you do not submit your prescription within 15 days of placing your online order, your order will be canceled.

Our customer care executives may contact you to resolve doubts regarding prescriptions if any.