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Cialis Online in Australia

Australian Border Force (ABF)

The pros and cons of purchasing Cialis online in Australia are easy to understand once you know how to play by the rules. The introduction of the Australian Border Force (ABF) in July 2015 saw the amalgamation of Australian Customs with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. The new change meant that ABF officers became more like law enforcement officers and were equipped with firearms, handcuffs and capsicum spray. The mission of the force is to protect Australia's borders and oversee the activities of people and goods that enter and depart the country. The importation of pharmaceutical medications like Cialis is one area of particular interest to the ABF because pharmaceuticals, prohibited meds and illegal drugs all receive the same intense scrutiny.

Therapeutic Goods Association (TGA)

The Australian Border Force works closely with Australia's Therapeutic Goods Association (TGA) regarding any specific issues that may arise concerning the importation of erectile dysfunction medications into the country. For example, in 2015, a product called "Viagra 007" was tested by the TGA, who found that it contained substances that have been deemed available only upon being medically prescribed. Viagra 007 was available over the counter but the medication contained certain prescription only substances that were not declared on the product label. Viagra 007 was declared unfit for human consumption and Border Force was instructed to seize the drug at every entry point into Australia. It would seem that the manufacturer attempted to deceptively export a product that would be mistaken for genuine Sildenafil Citrate.

Beware of Alternatives

Furthermore, in February 2016, a medication marketed as natural and herbal Viagra called Maxagra was tested by the TGA. This med, sold in blue capsules was found to contain undisclosed ingredients that are considered to be dangerous for human consumption. Additionally, it was alleged to contain an antibiotic called oxytetracycline. An immediate public health warning was issued, which resulted in the drug being classified as illegal for importation into Australia. An urgent public safety warning was also issued and men who had purchased it were warned not to take the drug because they would risk serious side effects.

Banned Drugs

In July 2015, yet another product called Bushen Famous Men capsules containing Sildenafil Citrate was identified as containing additional components that were not disclosed on the label and was placed on the list of banned drugs.

Counterfeit Medications

These examples of counterfeit medications, highlights the necessity of the Australian Border Force in preventing the importation of harmful and dangerous drugs from entering our country. Ultimately it is the general public who are being protected from buying products that could endanger their health and safety.




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