It’s illegal for Americans to order drugs from any pharmacy located outside the United States, including Canada or Mexico. This is a law imposed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA); in some circumstances, that law may be overlooked and not enforced. Sometimes the FDA looks the other way. Learn more about the FDA’s rules for purchasing from foreign pharmacies, and the potential non-enforcement of those rules.
Additional considerations for making sure your online drug purchase is legal:
Be sure you can answer all these questions with a yes, according to FDA, Federal Trade Commission, and Drug Enforcement Agency requirements:
• Does the pharmacy ask for a prescription? As described above, you must supply a bona fide, doctor-signed prescription. A questionnaire is not good enough.
• Is the pharmacy licensed in the state in which it is located? Find your state’s Board of Pharmacy to determine its licensing. If it is not licensed there, or if you can’t find its location, then it may be offshore, located in another country. Learn more about purchasing drugs from foreign pharmacies.
• Do they offer an opportunity to have a phone conversation with a pharmacist? Note - that does not ask whether there is a toll-free number.
It asks whether there is a pharmacist available to consult with. Do not order a drug from an online drug store until you have dialed that phone number and spoken to the pharmacist, even if you have to ask (what you consider) a lame question. The key is confirming there is a bona fide pharmacist on staff.
Once you are certain your purchase will be legal, or if you want to be sure you can locate a pharmacy that can legally sell you a prescription drug, learn more about how to safely and legally purchase drugs from an online pharmacy.
for americans this may be tricky but im sure each country has diff laws and should be consulted first…
@spiderpig again you beat me with the proxy thing…i was trying to figure out how to word it without it being scary as crap… but yea don’t go into the silk road without atleast a proxy…