Every Canadian Pharmacy is not created equal, especially when searching for a pharmacy in Canada that ships medications to your door. What a drudgery it is, searching high and low to find an online drugstore that is erm...a pharmacy.
It would seem obvious right? I need somewhere to fill my prescription from Canada, so I search on Google and hey, presto, these must all be genuine pharmacies. Unfortunately, it’s not as simple as that. Yes there are a heck of a lot of websites online claiming to be legit but you don’t need to be a private investigator with a degree in advanced forensic science to work out that these sites are not actually pharmacies.
If you are anything like our patients, then your shortlist for finding a company for yourself, or for your pets, is as follows;
- Be a real pharmacy with real pharmacists
- Provide Canadian meds
Now we don’t think that list is asking too much but then again, we’re just a group of pharmacists running a pharmacy providing only prescription medications from, you guessed it, Canada. The Northwest of Canada to be precise. We don’t claim to be the pharmacy King or anything but it’s pretty darn obvious to us, find an authentic source for legitimate reviews.
Canadian Pharmacy Reviews
So, where’s the best place to find reviews of these pharmacies so you can really feel confident ordering prescriptions online? If it ain’t your next door neighbor whispering through the garden fence that you must call so and so (hopefully they’ll be telling you about Canada Cloud Pharmacy) then you gotta do the research yourself.
Here's our advice. Dedicate at least one hour to finding a drugstore and don’t just settle for the first website you stumble across. You do know that google has a page two right? If all else fails, then go old school, we’re talking yellow pages old school, we’re talking come to Canada yourself, beaver pelts and maple syrup kind of old school.
In all seriousness, your best bet is to search where the pharmacy is on google maps, that way you should be able to see their physical store, and we all know how to spot a pharmacy don't we? A big green cross, 'We're a pharmacy' sign, look at our lovely white coats - something like that anyway.
Why not also check if they are registered with a governmental body in Canada and even give them a quick call to make sure there is someone at the end of the line, before you reach yours.
Popular prescription medications
Below is a list of the most popular medications we help Americans with everyday.
- Chantix (varenicline) Starter Packer
Take the first step to a smoke-free existence with some top-notch, tried and tested pharmaceuticals with the Chantix Starter Pack.
- Chantix (varenicline) Maintenance Pack
Take the second step towards changing your tinder profile to 'non-smoker' with the Chantix maintenance pack, because a life-time habit shouldn't take a life-time to break.
- Viagra (sildenafil citrate) 100 mg
No more cloudy days. No more lazy lousy lays. Help is on the way with the little blue pill that is Canadian Pharmacy Viagra.
- Cialis (tadalafil) 20 mg and Cialis (tadalafil) 5 mg
It's the freakin' weekend pill, you don't need to touch wood that things will go well when you have your weekend planned with Cialis.
- Trelegy Ellipta Inhaler
No more drama with your pranayama! Breathe like a yogi with the triple therapeutic powerhouse inhaler that is Trelegy.
- Xifaxin (rifaximin) 550 mg
Rumbellies in your tumbellies? Go with your gut and talk with your doctor about the uses of Xifaxan in the treatment of conditions such as SIBO.
- Pradaxa (dabigatran) 150 mg
Pradaxa, brings all the blood to the heart, my blood is thinner than yours. A big step up, in terms of therpeutic efficacy and lowering of risk, over the traditional blood thinner, Pradaxa is thinning and winning.
- Xiidra (lifitegrast) eye drops
Xiidra too expensive in the States? Dry your eyes and come to Canada. Same product, same quality, way more affordable.
- Restasis (cyclosporine) 0.05% eye drops
I can see clearly now, Restasis is here. Restasis is a life-saver for those patients who, for whatever reason, can't produce enough tears. The good news is that restasis is so much more affordable here in Canada than in the US, so perhaps you won't need tears now anyway :)
- Breo Ellipta 100/25 mcg inhaler and Breo Ellipta 200/25 mcg inhaler
- Jublia (efinaconazole) 10 %
Jublia takes a long time to work so start as soon as possible. There ain't nothing better than jublia for clearing up thos toe nail infections. It's a process but the infection is not going anywhere until you do something about it!!
- Linzess (linaclotide) 145 mcg and Linzess (linaclotide) 290 mcg
- Domperidone 10 mg
Buy Domperidone from a reputable Canadian online pharmacy
- Lialda (mesalamine) 1200 mg
- Xeljanz (tocacitinib) XR 11 mg, Xeljanz (tocacitinib) 5 mg and Xeljanz (tocacitinib) 10 mg
- Eliquis (Apixaban) 5mg
Last Updated On September, 05 2022