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GenuineDrugs123.com is a reputable & reliable Canadian & International Online Pharmacy Marketplace to buy FDA Approved Global Meds - Drugs & Medications - directly from top-class Canadian Online Pharmacies and other Legal International Pharmacies of Australia, India, New Zealand, European Union, Switzerland, Singapore, USA, and Turkey. Patients across the world can place an order for any branded medicine or generic drug through our website and get discounts up to 80 percent on hundreds of prescription drugs.

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For every medicine you purchase from the marketplace of GenuineDrugs123, you get full security of your payment which is released to the pharmacy only on getting a proof of shipment with Courier Tracking Details. You can go through the ratings and the reviews that we have got from our clients to feel the excellence of our service and medications. Our safe online pharmacy is rated with 5-stars reviews by most of our customers and we welcome you to avail our stellar services for your equally good testimonials. -

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GenuineDrugs123 is one of the Best & Trusted Legit Online Pharmacy marketplaces, operating since the last 10 years and is now before you in a new avatar and much expanded medications range. We offer the same excellent online referral prescription drugs shipment service for thousands of affordable prescriptions medicines, for cancer and many other critical and general diseases. We help you get high discounts and lowest prices on international medicines, with the comfort to order them online from your house.

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It is our constant endeavour to be a legitimate & best mail order online pharmacy marketplace where ordering pills online is a safe, trusted and secure experience in the online prescription drugs servicing industry. 

GenuineDrugs123 is the best online pharmaceutical marketplace platform. We are not a pharmacy ourselves, but provide a marketplace platform for global legal pharmacies to offer and patients from all countries of the world (except USA) to get prescription referral drugs by ordering pills online at a lowest cost. The prescription service at our platform is safe and affordable and you can order medication online within a few minutes. Order drugs online through our platform comfortably and safely, whenever you want and at as lowest cost price medications.

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You can browse through our website from your computer or smartphone from anywhere in the world. Once you find your desired medicine, you can upload  prescription written by a valid doctor and order the medicines on our platform. Then you need to enter the address where you want to get the medicines delivered. Our retailer pharmaceutical online partner will make a call to confirm your order and process it. 

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There are eight ways that you need to remember to buy medication online from the best website of a trustworthy only pharmacy. 
•    Check whether there is an Established Institution available or not
•    Look for the websites with Expertise
•    Clear guideline of the Commercial Sites
•    You should be aware of Bias
•    Be conscious about the Date
•    Consider the appearance of the website
•    Avoid the sites with Anonymous Authors
•    Check out the Links.

When any resident of a country buys drugs online after knowing about the company website, the FDA of that country may permit the officers to use the enforcement discretion for allowing the buyers to place an order for specific drugs under certain conditions. As per this policy, the FDA may permit the residents to bring the drugs into the country for using in their personal requirements and treating the serious conditions but no promotional or commercial use of the drug.

There are many common heath conditions for which doctors can prescribe medicines online. You can opt for either an Online Prescription / paper prescription or the doorstep delivery of the medicines. If you want quicker service, then we can send the prescription to our reputed vendor discount online pharmacy electronically.

GenuineDrugs123.com can be your best choice for a time prescription that you need now or the best bet. GenuineDrugs123 provides you medicines as per the prescription for 90 days, and you can also get it refilled automatically through our discount pharmacy online.

Points that one should look for reputable online pharmacy
•    Make sure that the pharmacy requires the prescription of the licensed doctor. 
•    Check out if there I any unusual price 
•    The legitimate online pharmacy should have a physical address.

The mail-order medicines are cost-effective because the mail-order pharmacies buy the drugs at a large scale from the manufacturing companies, and they get the medicines at the lowest cost. You will get the bulk supply of the medicines for 90days from the cheap online pharmacy, and this can save your money.

If you look for a legit online pharmacy, you will get many options of mail-order pharmacies. But very few of these pharmacies exist in reality. This means that many such online pharmacies are not regulated by trustworthy agencies, and as a result, you may receive unsafe drugs. But in the case of our pharmacy, we scrutinize all of our vendors and make it sure that they have required government drug license and permission. We check and make sure that the medicines that they are selling are approved by the FDA of the country where it is manufactured.

The safety of buying the drug depends on the safe online pharmacy from where you are buying the medicines. In the present world, the price of the drug depends on the country from where you are buying it. If you buy medicine which is manufactured in Switzerland can be cheaper to buy from there than Singapore as per the drug price regulation of the particular country. It is not true that the authenticity of the drug depends on how costly the drug is, but you should check whether the drug is FDA approved or not, from the country where it is manufactured.

You need to upload the prescription through the mobile browseror desktop for ordering pills online.
Our website provides you the options for selecting the generic or substitutes medicine or the same name medicine. You can order the prescription medication online as per your preference. 
Our online pharmacy partners deliver the FDA approved authentic drugs at your doorstep safely and timely.

Yes. We guarantee that all the Drugs / Medications posted on this marketplace website are approved for manufacturing by one or more Food & Drug Authorities of the manufacturing countries such as : 

Argentina: National Administration on Drugs, Foods, and Medical Devices (ANMAT)

The National Administration of Drugs, Foods, and Medical Devices, also known as Administración Nacional de Medicamentos, Alimentos y Tecnología Médica (ANMAT), is responsible for the oversight and regulation of the healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and food and beverage industries within Argentina. The site contains information on regulations, press releases, and publications as well as state agency and medical publications links. Some areas of the site are only available in Spanish.


Australia: Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA)

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is the regulatory authority for the Australian pharmaceutical industry. The TGA oversees and regulates numerous therapeutic goods including prescription medicines, vaccines, and medical devices. The site contains information catered specifically to consumers, health professionals, and industry manufacturers. It also lists recent pharmaceutical recalls and alerts.


Bulgarian Drug Agency (BDA)

The Bulgarian Drug Agency (BDA) is associated with the country's Ministry of Health. It is responsible for overseeing the safe production of medicines in Bulgaria. The BDA inspects laboratories, drugs, and medical devices in order to ensure the quality and safety of drug use. Their site includes useful information for citizens, medical specialists, and companies regarding medical laws, devices, and treatments.


Czech Republic: State Institute for Drug Control (SUKL)

The State Institute for Drug Control (SUKL) regulates the safe production of pharmaceuticals in the Czech Republic. SUKL is responsible for the surveillance of advertising and marketing medicines and medical devices. The site contains various databases that allow users to search for clinical trials, medicinal products, and pharmacies. Articles covering the results of recent clinical trials are also posted on the homepage.


Denmark: Danish Medicines Agency (DKMA)

The Danish Medicines Agency (DKMA) is responsible for the oversight and regulation of the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries within Denmark. The site contains information on licensing and supervision, product information, medical devices, pharmacies, and sale of medicines. A library of publications about pharmaceutical research and development is also available.


Estonia: Agency of Medicines

The Agency of Medicines of Estonia is charged with the oversight and regulation of the healthcare and pharmaceuticals industries within Estonia. The site contains information on regulations, drug trials, and proper healthcare techniques in Estonia.


European Medicines Agency (EMA)

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) protects and promotes public health through the evaluation of medicines. The EMA provides recommendations on the quality and safety of medicines. They apply evaluation procedures to help bring new medicines to the European Union.


Finland: Finnish Medicines Agency (Fimea)

The Finnish Medicines Agency (Fimea) promotes the health and safety of the population by regulating medicinal, blood and tissue products, and by developing the pharmaceuticals sector. The site provides medicine databases, a directory of pharmacies, and veterinary information.


Germany: Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM)

The Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM) is responsible for licensing and registering finished medicinal products as proof of safety and efficacy. BfArM monitors the risks of medicinal products by collecting and evaluating laboratory reports. The institute also evaluates and develops safe medical devices in Germany. The BfArM site contains information about the institute and its functions, medicinal products, and medical devices. Various research documents covering topics such as pharmacogenomics, pharmacoepidemiology, safety of medical devices, neuropsychopharmacology, special indications, and biostatistics are also available. 


Greece: National Organization for Medicines

Greece's National Organization for Medicines (EOF) protects public health in relation to medicinal products, medical devices, supplements, and cosmetics. The EOF evaluates new safe and effective products, control the production of medicines to meet the standards of good manufacturing, and promotes medical and pharmaceutical research. The site provides announcements for various products and laws. Only available in Greek.


Hungary: National Institute of Pharmacy and Nutrition (OGYÉI)

The National Institute of Pharmacy and Nutrition (OGYÉI) is a licensing and administrative authority for pharmaceutical products. The OGYÉI also evaluates medicines, issues licenses, and supervises medical testing. The site includes news as well as information regarding authorization, supervision, methodology, and drugs. Some information is only available in Hungarian.


Icelandic Medicines Agency (IMA)

The Icelandic Medicines Agency (IMA) is responsible for assessing the quality and safety of medicinal products in Iceland. They provide inspections to confirm that regulatory requirements are fulfilled. The IMA website serves as a source of information for health professionals and the public. The site includes information regarding licenses, inspections, and Medical devices. It also has a section covering the latest medical publications.


India: Central Drugs Standard Control Organization

The Central Drugs Standard Control Organization in India sets standards and regulatory measures for medications. The organization provides guidance on health issues and medicines. They also regulate the standards of imported drugs and clinical research in India. Various regulatory documents and forms are available to download for free in PDF from the website.


Ireland: Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA)

The Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) protects the public and animal health by regulating medicines, medical devices, and healthcare products. They also monitor the safety of cosmetics. The HPRA website includes product listings, descriptions of different medicines, current topics in medicine and legislation, as well as news and publications.


Italian Medicines Agency (AIFA)

The Italian Medicines Agency (AIFA) promotes good health through medicines by setting pharmaceutical policies and assuring their consistent application nationwide. AIFA promotes pharmaceutical research and development to further the safety and efficiency of drugs and medical devices. The site provides information on pricing and reimbursement, medical and scientific information, assessment and registration, and inspections and certifications.


Japan: National Institute of Health Sciences (NIHS)

The National Institute of Health Sciences (NIHS) conducts testing, research, and studies toward the proper evaluation of the quality, safety, and efficacy of pharmaceutical products, foods, and the numerous chemicals in the living environment. The site includes information on drugs, medical devices, food, and chemicals as well as general information on the NIHS.


Japan: National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID) 

The National Institute of Infectious Diseases (NIID) is a research institute attached to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare for conducting fundamental and applied research on infectious diseases and setting testing standards for the development of antibiotics and vaccines. The NIID website contains information about the institute, as well as recent news articles and research being done. 


Latvia: State Agency of Medicines of Latvia (SAMLV)

The State Agency of Medicines of Latvia (SAMLV) implements local and international legislation to ensure that human medicines and medical devices are safe and efficient. SAMLV provides objective information on medicines while ensuring inspection, accreditation, and certification of drug manufacturers and distributors. The SAMLV site contains information about pharmaceutical legislation, services provided by the agency, and recent news posts related to the agency's activities.


Lithuania: State Medicines Control Agency (SMCA) of Lithuania

The State Medicines Control Agency (SMCA) of Lithuania is responsible for the protection of public health through the evaluation and supervision of medicines for human use. The SMCA supervises manufacturing authorization holders, wholesale distributors, and pharmacies in Lithuania.


Malaysia: National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (NPRA)

The National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (NPRA) in Malaysia ensures the quality and safety of pharmaceutical products. The NPRA site contains information about the agency, press releases, a newsletter section, and a product search feature.


Malta: Medicines Authority

The mission of the Medicines Authority is the protection of public health in Malta through the regulation of medicinal products and pharmaceutical activities. The authority provides licensing, monitoring, and inspection services for pharmaceutical activities.


Netherlands: Medicines Evaluation Board (MEB)

The Medicines Evaluation Board (MEB) assesses and guards the efficacy, safety, and quality of both human and veterinary medicinal products. The MEB is the primary source of information on new medicinal products, new applications, and current risk information in the Netherlands.


New Zealand Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Authority

New Zealand Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Authority (Medsafe) is accountable for the regulation of therapeutic products in New Zealand. Medsafe ensures that medicines meet acceptable standards of safety and quality. They also provide information about medicine to health care professionals, consumers, and industry professionals. Information is provided on medicines, devices, dietary supplements, safety, news and events, and publications.


New Zealand: Pharmaceutical Management Agency (PHARMAC)

New Zealand's Pharmaceutical Management Agency (PHARMAC) is responsible for the safe production of medicine and medical devices. PHARMAC provides information to citizens and healthcare professionals regarding drugs and devices. PHARMAC is also now responsible for the management of hospital pharmaceuticals


Norwegian Medicines Agency (NoMA)

The Norwegian Medicines Agency (NoMA) is responsible for updating and safeguarding public and animal health by ensuring the efficacy, quality, and safety of medicines. NoMA is also responsible for the authorization, pricing, and classification of medicines. Furthermore, NoMA provides information about clinical trials, regulatory affairs, and pharmacovigilance.


Portugal: National Institute of Pharmacy and Medicines (Infarmed)

The National Institute of Pharmacy and Medicines (Infarmed) is accountable to the Health Ministry of Portugal. The objective of Infarmed is to monitor, assess, and regulate all activities relating to human medicines and health products for the protection of public health. The site provides detailed information regarding medicinal products, medical devices, cosmetics, licensing bodies, and monitoring the market.


Romania: National Agency for Medicines and Medical Devices (NAMMD)

The National Agency of Medicines and Medical Devices (NAMMD) surveys the safety of medicinal products for human use in Romania. The NAMMD maintains a high level of performance and safety of medical devices in use by healthcare networks. The agency also ensures access to useful information on medicinal products for patients and healthcare professionals.


Serbia: Medicines and Medical Devices Agency (ALIMS)

The Medicines and Medical Devices Agency of Serbia (ALIMS) issues market authorizations for medical products and equipment, evaluates their quality in compliance with laws and standards, and provides public information about the use of medicines and medical devices. The ALIMS website contains information about regulations, medical commodities, veterinary medicines, and pharmacovigilance. News and press releases are also available. 


Slovakia: State Institute for Drug Control (SIDC) 

The State Institute for Drug Control (SIDC) is a part of the Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic and is responsible for ensuring the surveillance of the quality and safety of medicinal products. SIDC supervises pharmacies and controls advertisements of medicinal products.


Slovenia: Ministry of Health 

The Ministry of Health is concerned with matters relating to healthcare and health insurance in Slovenia. The ministry monitors the nation's health programs and health measures to be taken in the event of natural disasters. It also protects the population against diseases and other health problems, especially pertaining to environmental harms like toxic water or waste.


South Korea: Ministry of Food and Drug Safety (MFDS)

South Korea's Ministry of Food and Drug Safety (MFDS) seeks to secure national health and safety of its citizens, mainly through its operations in the food and drug industries. This is done through the enhancement of risk management systems, tightened safety control, and reform on safety regulations. The site provides information on the ministry's projects, relative market news, and economic statistics.


Spain: Medicine and Health Products Agency (AEMPS)

The Spanish Agency for Medicine and Health Products (AEMPS) evaluates and authorizes medicines for human and veterinary use. AEMPS monitors the safety and efficacy of medicines, licenses and inspects pharmaceutical laboratories, and fights against illegal drugs and counterfeit health products. The website provides information about human medicines, veterinary medicines, medical devices, cosmetics and hygiene, and the medical industry. 


State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR)

China's State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) is responsible for drug administration, food safety, trademarks, and patents, as well as anti-monopoly policies. The website offers market data, information on government affairs, and services such as business registration and a small business directory. Recent news is also provided.


Sweden: Medical Products Agency (MPA)

The Medical Products Agency (MPA) is responsible for regulating and monitoring the development of drugs and medicinal products. MPA's website contains information regarding herbal, homeopathic, and other types of medicinal products as well as medical devices. Recent news releases from the MPA regarding recalls or updates in the pharmaceutical industry are also posted on the homepage of the site. 


Switzerland: Swiss Agency for Therapeutic Products (Swissmedic)

The Swiss Agency for Therapeutic Products (Swissmedic) ensures that authorized therapeutic products are of high quality, effective, and safe. Its goal is to protect the health of humans and animals and to also safeguard Switzerland as a location for industry and research. Their site provides the latest news in the Swiss therapeutic industry and information on licensing, authorizations, market surveillance, and legal matters.


United Kingdom: Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)

The Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is the government agency responsible for ensuring the proper use of medicine and medical devices. The MHRA is an executive agency of the Department of Health.


United States: Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for protecting the public health by assuring the safety, efficacy, and security of human and veterinary drugs, biological products, medical devices, the nation’s food supply, cosmetics, and products that emit radiation. FDA is also responsible for advancing the public health by helping to speed innovations that make medicines safer, more effective, and more affordable.

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