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Medicine products for sale online in Zambia

Prescription and non-prescription medicines sold by various registered pharmacies
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Umoyo Natural Health
Umoyo Natural Health
Vitamins, supplements & nutrition
 Forache Toothache Solution  image
K80
Forache Toothache Solution
Medicine
West Coast Pharmaceuticals
Forache toothache solution is designed for sure & quick relief of tooth pain.
Umoyo Natural Health
Umoyo Natural Health
Vitamins, supplements & nutrition
Proscof Children  Cough Relief Syrup  image
K79
Proscof Children Cough Relief Syrup
Medicine
West Coast Pharmaceuticals
Proscof is an alcohol-free, non-drowsy sugar-free cough syrup that aids in the relief of coughs, mucous congestion & Soothes the throat.
Umoyo Natural Health
Umoyo Natural Health
Vitamins, supplements and nutrition
Linctagon  Cough Syrup for Colds & Flu 150ml image
K165
Linctagon Cough Syrup contains the active ingredient Pelargonium sidoides extracted from the roots of the Pelargonium plant indigenous to South Africa. Pelargonium sidoides can assist the body to relieve symptoms associated with the common cold. This soothing cough syrup is an expectorant with mucolytic support. Use as directed on the bottle.

Medicines

Prescription and non-prescription medicines sold by various registered pharmacies

Here, you will discover a wide range of prescription and non-prescription medicines sold by various registered pharmacies listed below. They work closely with reputable international and local pharmaceutical manufacturers as well as distributors to ensure that they always supply genuine and licensed medications all over Zambia. Sellers have also employed highly trained pharmacists to help you get medicines that have been recommended by your doctor or that will effectively treat your ailment.

Types of medicines

  • Liquid. The active part of the medicine is combined with a liquid to make it easier to take or better absorbed.
  • Tablet. The active ingredient is combined with another substance and pressed into a round or oval solid shape.
  • Capsules. - In the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, encapsulation refers to a range of dosage forms—techniques used to enclose medicines—in a relatively stable shell known as a capsule, allowing them to, for example, be taken orally or be used as suppositories.
  • Topical medicines. A topical medication is a medication that is applied to a particular place on or in the body. Most often topical administration means application to body surfaces such as the skin or mucous membranes to treat ailments via a large range of classes including creams, foams, gels, lotions, and ointments.
  • Suppositories. - Rectal suppositories are forms of medication that are inserted into the rectum. They come in different shapes and sizes but are usually narrowed at one end. Rectal suppositories can deliver many types of medication. For instance, they may contain glycerin to treat constipation or acetaminophen to treat a fever.
  • Drops. The drop is an approximated unit of measure of volume, the amount dispensed as one drop from a dropper or drip chamber. It is often used in giving quantities of liquid drugs to patients, and occasionally in cooking and in organic synthesis. The abbreviations gt or gtt come from the Latin noun gutta ("drop").
  • Inhalers. Types of inhalers include metered-dose inhalers (MDIs), dry powder inhalers (DPIs), and soft mist inhalers (SMIs). Each handheld inhaler type works in the same fundamental way. They deliver medication through inhalation.
  • Injections. The three main routes are intradermal (ID) injection, subcutaneous (SC) injection and intramuscular (IM) injection. Each type targets a different skin layer: Subcutaneous injections are administered in the fat layer, underneath the skin. Intramuscular injections are delivered into the muscle.

Drug Categories

  • Central Nervous System (CNS) Depressants. CNS depressants slow down the operations of the brain and the body.
  • CNS Stimulants. CNS depressants are used to treat insomnia (trouble sleeping), anxiety, panic attacks, and seizures. They may also be used to relieve anxiety and tension before surgery. Examples of CNS depressants are benzodiazepines, barbiturates, and certain sleep medicines.
  • Hallucinogens. Hallucinogens are a type of drug that changes a person's perception of reality. Also known as 'psychedelic drugs', hallucinogens make a person see, feel and hear things that aren't real, or distort their interpretation of what's going on around them. Some are quick acting, others take longer to take effect
  • Dissociative Aesthetics. The four dissociative disorders are: Dissociative Amnesia, Dissociative Fugue, Dissociative Identity Disorder, and Depersonalization Disorder - Amnesia refers to the loss of memories, such as facts, information and experiences. Though forgetting your identity is a common plot device in movies and television, that's not generally the case in real-life amnesia. Instead, people with amnesia — also called amnestic syndrome — usually know who they are.
  • Narcotic Analgesics. Narcotic analgesics produce pharmacological effects by interacting with specific opiate receptors. At least five major types of opiate receptors have
  • Inhalants. Inhalants are volatile substances that produce chemical vapors that can be inhaled to induce a psychoactive, or mind-altering, effect.
  • Cannabis. Cannabis, also known as marijuana among other names, is a psychoactive drug from the Cannabis plant. Native to Central and South Asia, the cannabis plant has been used as a drug for both recreational and entheogenic purposes and in various traditional medicines for centuries.

The drug categories are:

  • Stimulants.
  • Inhalants.
  • Cannabinoids.
  • Depressants.
  • Opioids.
  • Steroids.
  • Hallucinogens.
  • Prescription drugs.