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How dangerous can generic Viagra be?

Simply put; VERY DANGEROUSE.

The problem is more that you have no way of knowing if you are taking a risk or not when taking generic Viagra, as there is no way of identifying a badly produced product from one produced with good intentions and good ingredients. Even if the treatment contains the active ingredient it may also contain another toxic and potentially dangerous one too.

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What can be dangerous about generic Viagra? Strangely enough the most common problem is not the active ingredient but more likely the bonding ingredients added to bond the active ingredient. This is because it is the most expensive single ingredient that goes into making a generic copy of Pfizers Viagra tablet. For this reason usually cheaper ingredients are added as bulking agents or to help bind the active ingredient and form it into a tablet. For this reason it is quite easy to tell a fake or generic tablet from a genuine Pfizer tablet however it is almost impossible to tell the difference between a safe generic Viagra tablet from a dangerous one.

Telling the difference between genuine and generic treatments. As generic medications use cheaper bonding ingredients there are a few ways to tell if the tablet is genuine or not. Try splitting it in half with a knife. Generic tablets tend to crumble and split into many smaller pieces where as Pfizer’s Viagra tends to just split cleanly in half. The second test is taste. Genuine Viagra is tasteless where as generic versions do usually have a taste to them.

What is used as bonding substitutes? Tests on different generic treatments manufactured in India have shown, Antifreeze, ground up glass, and other toxic substances such as cyanide that is sometimes used in rat poison. All these ingredients are added not to harm but because they can contain the same properties as the bonding ingredients in genuine Pfizer but at a fraction of the cost.

Remember; Many Indian pharmaceutical companies do produce effective treatment but there is little or no independent regulation monitoring the consistency of the treatments. There are also many other smaller manufacturers selling fake or degraded versions of the well known generic brands such as Kamagra. There is little or no way of distinguishing a genuine or fake generic treatment. Operators selling any version of generic Viagra from the UK are operating outside the law and are taking risks. Ask yourself, would they take risks with your health if they are already risking going to prison themselves?

 

     
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