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Generic Cialis vs Real Viagra

What would you choose if you can pick between real Cialis, generic Cialis, real Viagra or generic Cialis. In UK and Europe, the generic version of Cialis is not legal, but some are sold under the name Tadalis or tadalafil – which is the generic name for Cialis.

How generic Cialis look like

They also come in blisters of 4 tablets and can be purchased illegally from various website. But be warned, they might not contain any real substance at all. Why? Well, if the supplier sells pharmaceuticals without any real effect, then it might lead to shorter penalty if they get caught. That is at least what the police believe.

Where to buy legal Cialis?

There are not many places in Sweden where you can buy real Cialis, or ‘helt äkta cialis’ as they call it in Swedish. When I say buy, it means at least not on the Internet in a legitimate manner. While Viagra is sold on more sites, there is still a shortage of tadalafil it seems. Luckily, the market might be totally de-regulated within a few years if some politicians get as they want.

Difference between generic and real
Whilte it is fully legal and safe to buy the real product, it might be dangerous or to buy generic versions. They might not be produced under the same control and are often not stored in the right temperature. Cialis patent still has many years left before it expires, which means it is likely to be illegal another few years to buy the generic yellow medicines.

Importing real or generic Viagra to Norway

Norwegian customs (grensekontroll) have seen an increase in import of generic viagra the latest months. It seems to be both Kamagra and Silagra that foreign people try to
bring into the country and sell it online. However, buying and selling Kamagra is illegal in Norway and can lead to several years in prison.

What’s required to import medicine into Norway?

In order to import medicine, or medikamenter as they call it in Norway, you need to have a prescription.

Further, a doctor must prescribe the pharmaceutical to you after doing some form of examination. The quickest and easiest way to order is without doubt over the Internet. But which websites are legitimate and where can you find the real products?

If you want to buy Viagra online in Norway, there is in fact not much choice. There are only one legitimate website selling Viagra after a consultation with a registered doctor. The site is Swedish HealthExpress and they have been operated for over 7 years in UK, while starting in Sweden 2011. From what I can see in the reviews, it seems to be a very popular site. Now we can just hope they open up a site in Norway as well so the delivery could be even quicker.

Ps. If you want to know the rules about importing medicine in Norway, check out this PDF.