Reviews – CIPA/IPABC-Verified Store

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There are many sites claiming associations with renowned groups of pharmacies such as CIPA (Canadian International Pharmacy Association) and IPABC (International Pharmacy Association British Columbia) and also claiming approval from is one of them; most of the sites are just faking the connections, but’s association with these bodies is actually real and verifiable, as the store linked to the sites of CIPA, IPABC, and and was actually in their database. serves the international population by dispensing medications at a much lower price than of the US stores (that’s what Canadian stores are all about). It is connected with Candrug, and the company fulfills all of’s Canada orders. Products sold by Blueskydrugs are categorized by medical conditions they are significant for, but there is a search function for buyers to use. Both generic and brand-name medications are available on No specific detail on the FDA approvals of the medications is present, but branded meds are usually approved by the US FDA, while the generic versions are approved by local FDA agencies of the manufacturing countries.

There are a lot of options for erectile dysfunction (ED) meds here, but I am going to share only some of the prices of the commonly bought ED products. Viagra (containing Sildenafil Citrate) by Pfizer is sold $99 for 8 (50 mg) and the generic version is sold at $55 for 36 (50 mg, Suhagra from Cipla). also has Kamagra (Ajanta) oral jelly available, but the price is steep at $35 per 100 mg sachet. As for Tadalafil products, the lowest listing for Cialis by Lilly is at $175 for 8, 10 mg pills; while the generic ones cost $55 for 28 pills of the 2.5 mg variant. These meds cannot be bought without the proper prescriptions. Overall, the prices for the products here are a bit high, but I guess that’s the price you have to pay when dealing with an approved pharmacy. does not take insurance payments, but then again, I think no online pharmacy does. As for the acceptable payment methods, only takes International Money Orders and Personal Check payments. Blueskydrugs does not have a credit card option which is the usual payment method accredited by online stores. Shipping is $10 for Canada/US orders, while the store charges $25 for international purchases from other countries.

Returns are not allowed by law, and there is nothing regarding reshipments and refunds, so I went on to look for a live chat option for my inquiries to be addressed. Unfortunately, there was none, but the contact details for are available:

Phone: 1-866-995-7387

Email: [email protected] Reviews was included in’s database and it had an overall rating of 7.4 out of 10 from the review site. had only one review, though, and it was dated 2012. There were no other entries to support the singular review available.

The user, Rajib Saha, from India, gave 5 out of 5 stars for its products and service. The client mentioned that the products from the online drugstore were good.

The user, Rajib Saha, from India, gave 5 out of 5 stars for its products and service. The client mentioned that the products from the online drugstore were good. Rajib contacted the website by referral and was glad the store was referred to him by his uncle. The client mentioned that he tried other websites before but ended up getting disappointed; but with, he was pleased. According to him, the products were as advertised and the quality was excellent. Rajib even mentioned that he will recommend to his “folks”.

It is good that had one good review, but I think that the website should have more reviews and from more recent years in order to be considered totally safe. This review was dated 2012, and who knows what happened to’s service today. Still, it’s great to see one good review for the store, when others don’t even have a single feedback to show. Reviews 2016

Just to be sure, it is also good to check analysis sites like and to see whether a site is benign or dangerous. Here’s the result for

I was hoping to see a perfect score for due to its credentials, but I ended up with this 51% safe result from Still, not bad. The website is “rarely visited”. was identified to have a 9 years+ runtime, though, and that must mean something good for the site. However, although the site’s location was detected in the US, the real location is actually hidden. Well, we can’t blame the owner if he does not want to reveal the physical information. Coupon Codes

Most consumers live for the “sale” items and discounts, so sale events and discount vouchers are the ones they tend to look forward to in a store. does not offer either of the two and not even at least a dollar off the users’ purchases. The discounts could have helped a lot in gaining more clients for, as buyers are definitely interested in promotions and any offer which can help them save in cost.


There are only a few Canadian websites I have encountered with real associations with CIPA and IPABC, and those who were really verified by There are only 3 members of CIPA and is actually one of them. The problem with is not its accreditations, but its existing reviews; it did not have much from users who have tried out its service.

Now there’s one good review from, but the feedback was outdated (it was on 2012). The more recent analyses were ok; declared it as 50% safe. I am rating 4 out of 5, although it lacked user feedback and also due to its expensive pricing. I mean, come on, Kamagra jelly sachets are sold $1-$2 each and not $35. If you want to go for this website for you erectile dysfunction meds, feel free to do so, but I suggest doing a small test order first, as though it is well accredited, I am not so sure if it works quite as well as it did back in 2012.

Unfortunately for today’s consumer, the number of rogue or fraudulent online pharmacies outweighs the number of reliable organizations. These companies will attempt to convince consumers that they are legitimate online pharmaceutical companies.

Shoppers need to remember, reputable pharmacies will never send SPAM emails advertising their products or services, they will never sell a controlled substance with or without a prescription, and they will never sell prescription medication without a verified physician’s prescription.

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