Can you bring prescription drugs to Thailand?
Travel with prescription medicine containing Narcotic Drugs/Psychotropic substances into/out of Thailand. Check if your medicine has any substance on the list. You can only bring medication for a maximum of 30 days use. And it has to be in its original package.
Is paracetamol legal in Thailand?
Paracetamol and Inuprofen in particular are readily available in handy plastic strips. Only narcotics and psychotropic drugs are controlled.
Is Xanax illegal in Thailand?
Thailand has strict controls over medical grade pain killers and stimulants, but anti-anxiety medications classified as benzodiazepine (Valium, Xanax, Ativan, etc… ) are the number one addicted prescription drug type.
Is Tramadol allowed in Thailand?
According to the Food and Drug Administration of Thailand (Thai FDA), tramadol is classified as a pharmacist-only medicine or “dangerous drug” listed under Thai Medicine Act BE 2510 (1967), which can be dispensed by licensed pharmacists in community pharmacies .
What prescription drugs are banned in Thailand?
2522 (1979), e.g. Amphetamine, Dexamphetamine, Cannabis, etc. These substances are prohibited and have been determined to have no medical use in Thailand. Psychotropic substances: Psychotropic substances of Category 1 under The Psychotropic Substances Act B.E. 2518 (1975) e.g. Cathinone, THC.
What drugs are illegal in Thailand?
Category 1 – Heroin;Amphetamine; Methamphetamine; MDMA (Ecstasy); LSD. Category 2 – Cocaine; Codeine; Methadone; Morphine. Category 5 – Cannabis; psychoactive mushrooms; Kratom Plant.
What is ibuprofen called in Thailand?
List of brands
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What is Thai Tylenol?
Tylenol, Sara and Panadol are some of the brands it is sold under in Thailand and in the United States, Canada (and in Japan it is called acetaminophen). Paracetemol is sold as a cure for everything from headaches, fevers, cramps and even hangovers with the standard instructions: two tablets every four hours.
Can you buy Benzos in Thailand?
PHUKET: Although illegal, over-the-counter sale and purchase of benzodiazepine derivative drug like diezapam (Valium) and alprazolam (Xanax) is common in Thailand, and is even tacitly accepted by many local authorities. However the practice exposes buyers to health risks including addiction or overdose.