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FAQ
Frequently asked questions
We have over 1000 products that we source for our customers mainly in oncology, hepatitis, nephrology and critical care areas. Please see our product category to know more about the products we deal.

Generic drugs are identical to or the "bioequivalent" to a drug and are the same as those brand name drugs in dosage form, safety, strength, route of administration, quality, performance characteristics and intended use. Generic drugs are important options that allow greater access to health care for all.
Health care professionals and consumers can be assured that FDA approved generic drug products have met the same rigid standards as the innovator drug. All generic drugs approved by FDA have the same high quality, strength, purity and stability as brand-name drugs. And, the generic manufacturing, packaging, and testing sites must pass the same quality standards as those of brand name drugs.

We can send medicines to a patient who has a valid doctor’s prescription and id/address proof for delivery, for a 12 to 24 week treatment. We also send to hospitals, Institutes for clinical trials, clinics, wholesalers and retailers (Including Pharmacies and any other healthcare professionals having required statutory documents).

We make use of various methods of shipment such as EMS, Registered Post, DHL, FedEx, Aramex according to our customer needs.

Most countries have legislation set out in their national Medicines Act enabling patients to import a medicine from overseas that has not yet been approved in their country, provided that they have a doctor’s prescription and some additional requirements that differ from country to country. Many times it may be difficult to import just one medicine or small quantity of such medicine that is not available indigenously. Also, It may be difficult for patients or the doctors to find a wholesaler/retailer who will deliver a medicine for just one patient.
Governmental departments regulate prescription medicines, such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the U.S. and the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) in the United Kingdom. Depending on the destination of the goods, you must check these requirements before purchasing any goods from Nostrum Impex and ensure you are legally importing the goods. Most of the countries allow import of prescribed medicines for a period of 3 - 6 months for personal use.

No. You can place any order size. Each order would carry the will be charged on all orders.

A doctor’s prescription is required in order for the medicine to be legally imported into your country. We highly value the doctor-patient relationship; our role is to support access to a medicine when sought by both patient and doctor.

After you place an order with us, we’ll send you an order confirmation, as well as an invoice with the payment details. Payment can be made by electronic bank transfer or Indiamart/TradesIndia website.

Please write into us here! Or you can leave an enquiry on our Contact Us page. We shall get back to you with the possibilities.