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Drug Policy

An overview of Generic Drugs

A generic drug is a pharmaceutical drug that is marketed without a brand name. They are similar to their brand-name drugs in terms of quality, dosage form, intended use, route of administration, strength, and performance characteristics. 

FDA summarizes Generic Drugs as-

"Generic medicines work the same way as their brand versions and provide the same clinical benefits."  The American Medical Association (AMA) states that one of the effective ways can practice cost-effective prescription medicines is through generic medication.  When a pharmaceutical company develops a medicine, they receive a patent for the drug for about 20 years to recoup the research investments. After the patent expiry, a generic version of the medicines is available. These generic versions are marketed under the medicine's chemical name and meet the FDA standards.

Key features of Generic medicine

All the medicines (Branded or Generic) offered by Healthmatter meet the standard set by the FDA and WHO.  Narcotics Policy-  Healthmatter does not retail or ship any form of Controlled or Narcotic substances to any of our customers. 

Prescription Policy

Healthmatter does not ask for any prescription before retailing its products. Our customers can visit our website and directly place their orders without the hassle of submitting their prescriptions on the website. 


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The contents of HealthMatter are for informational purpose only and is taken by a thorough evaluation of research papers and Journals. We do not provide professional medical advice, treatment, or diagnosis. We advise all readers to consult a physician before consuming any medication mentioned on the website.