Frequent question: Where can I buy medicine online Philippines?

Can you buy medicine online Philippines?

In the Philippines, online selling of medicines is NOT permitted pursuant to existing laws, rules and regulations. Currently, FDA only allows online ordering services provided that the seller has an existing FDA-licensed Pharmacy or Botika with physical address.

Can you buy pills online legally?

How can you safely buy drugs online? You can safely buy medicine online if you use online pharmacies recommended by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy. This organization verifies Internet drugstores throughout the United States and most Canadian provinces.

Can a pharmacist prescribe medication in the Philippines?

According to the Republic Act 2382, or the Philippine Medical Act, physicians are the only ones authorized to prescribe medicines and, similarly, only registered pharmacists can dispense and sell medicines under the Republic Act 5921 or Pharmacy Law.

How can I order medicine in grab Philippines?

Purchase medicine through Health Mall

  1. From the Grab’s home page, select ‘Health’.
  2. Select ‘Buy Medicine’
  3. Choose a medicine category that suits with your preference.
  4. Put the selected medicine to the cart and upload the medical prescription for particular medicine which require it.

How can I get medicine without seeing a doctor?

With telemedicine, you can get a prescription without physically traveling to a doctor. You can talk to a physician and receive a diagnosis using technology. If you require medication for your condition, the doctor will send the prescription to the pharmacy of your choice.

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Who can prescribe medication in the Philippines?

Prescription medicines may be dispensed only by a duly registered and licensed pharmacist and only with a valid prescription of a physician, dentist, or veterinarian. Section 34.

Can a pharmacist prescribe medication?

Pharmacists can currently supply Schedule 2 and Schedule 3 medications, and can authorise emergency supplies of Schedule 4 medication in certain situations, but cannot prescribe Schedule 8 drugs such as oxycodone and morphine.

Who can issue prescription medication?

Prescription-only medicines, such as antibiotics, must be prescribed by a qualified health professional. This may be a GP, hospital doctor, dentist, nurse, pharmacist, optometrist, physiotherapist or podiatrist.