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Is the Cialis on your website guaranteed to be made by Eli Lilly?



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Is the Cialis on your website guaranteed to be made by Eli Lilly?

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Cialis, a popular drug that treats erectile dysfunction, is distributed by Eli Lilly in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States — and other countries. Although pharmacies in our program sell Cialis distributed by Eli Lilly, but we cannot guarantee that Eli Lilly made it. That's because sometimes drug companies make their own medication, and in other cases, they work with a contract manufacturer. We did a little digging on where Cialis is made...

 

According to representatives of Eli Lilly, the Cialis sold in Canada and the U.S. is manufactured in Puerto Rico. We also learned that the Canadian version is packaged in Indiana. Despite this, the prices for Cialis are much higher in the U.S.

 

Cialis is much more expensive in the U.S. than in other countries. The average per pill cost of Cialis 5mg in the U.S is $13.56, compared to as low as $4.44 in Canada and $4.36 in the UK. Compare Cialis drug prices.

 

We strongly recommend that you do not buy Cialis online from websites that have not been verified by PharmacyChecker.com or another qualified credentialing group. For more on what we do to verify the safety of online pharmacies, please read our post on why you can trust PharmacyChecker.com.

 

You can find more information related to Cialis, generic Cialis and online savings on the PharmacyChecker Blog.

 

 

Published 7/14/2017




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