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How do I order Valium (diazepam) online?

 

Question:
How do I order Valium (diazepam) online?

Answer:

Valium (diazepam) is a medication used to treat anxiety and seizures, typically creating a calming effect. Valium is classified as a Schedule IV controlled substance by the U.S. DEA because it can be abused or lead to dependence. The PharmacyChecker Verification Program is not open to pharmacies outside the U.S. that ship Valium, or controlled medications of any kind to consumers in the U.S.

 

Unfortunately, there are rogue pharmacy sites that may sell Valium without requiring a prescription, which is dangerous and illegal. PharmacyChecker.com views such sites as rogue online pharmacies. Rogue online pharmacies are more likely to sell you a counterfeit or substandard medication.

 

PharmacyChecker.com is very concerned with the epidemic of prescription narcotic abuse in the U.S. and strongly discourages people from buying such drugs online. For more on our perspective, see PharmacyCheckerBlog posts on controlled drugs

 

Valium Discounts at Local U.S. Pharmacies

 

Valium is an off-patent medication with much lower-cost generics available in the U.S. The average cost of 60 tablets of brand-name Valium 5 mg in the U.S. is about $325. Compare that to just $7.57 for 30 tablets of the generic version, diazepam 5 mg, if you use a discount card from PharmacyChecker.com.

 

Patients can use PharmacyChecker.com to print discount cards for Valium or its generic alternative, diazepam, using the "Search U.S. Local Pharmacy Pricing" option. Simply enter the drug name in the "Compare drug prices" box, follow the prompts, then type in your zip code. Final price is set by your pharmacy. 

 

Diazepam Discount Cards

 

Valium 2 mg Discount Card

 

Valium 5 mg Discount Card

 

Valium 10 mg Discount Card

 

Valium Patient Assistance Program

 

If you cannot afford an expensive medication, some pharmaceutical companies offer programs that cover all or part of the cost of their drugs.

 

Valium Patient Assistance

 

Where is Valium made?

 

Valium sold in the United States is distributed by: Roche Laboratories, Inc. on behalf of Roche Products Inc. in Little Falls, NJ. PharmacyChecker.com has found McKesson packaging of Valium sold in the United States that reads "Made in Canada." Generic diazepam can be made in various countries. The best answer can be provided at the pharmacy of purchase.

 

To learn more about the important role PharmacyChecker verifications play, read the Ask PC answer: How come most online pharmacies are not verified by PharmacyChecker.com?

 

You may be interested in our blogpost: Buying Valium Online To Save Money? Try the Generic at Your Local U.S. Pharmacy Instead

 

 

 

Published 3/22/2018




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