Is It Legal to Import Drugs into Switzerland?

Modified on Thu, 30 Nov, 2023 at 4:35 PM

Yes, it is legal to import medications into Switzerland for personal use, provided the imported quantity does not exceed a month's supply, and the medication is not classified as a narcotic drug. At Apomeds, we ensure compliance with these regulations for the safety and convenience of our Swiss customers.

For certain medications, Swiss regulations stipulate specific maximum quantities for personal import per month. These include:

  • Tadalafil: Maximum of 200 mg per person per month.

  • Sildenafil: Maximum of 3000 mg per person per month.

  • Vardenafil: Maximum of 600 mg per person per month.

  • Avanafil: Maximum of 6000 mg per person per month.

We can confirm that Apomeds does not trade with any drugs classified as narcotics. For more detailed information on the legal aspects of importing medicines into Switzerland and the risks associated with purchasing medicines online, you can refer to Swissmedic’s guidelines here.

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