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Do online pharmacies sell Amantadine? What does it look like?
Amantadine is a prescription medication used to treat influenza as well as Parkinson's disease. It is often used to treat symptoms of uncontrolled movement disorder. As noted in the image below, some versions of Amantadine sold in the United States are manufactured in India.
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Buy Amantadine from Verified Online Pharmacies
To compare prices for Amantadine among verified international online pharmacies, enter the name in the "Compare Drug Prices" box, click the search icon, then follow the prompts to a list of pharmacies that offer it.
Currently, 30 capsules of Amantadine 100 mg can cost you as much as $50 ($1.67 per pill) at your local U.S pharmacy—and that's with a coupon. You can find Amantadine 100 mg for as low as $0.34/pill when ordering a 90-day supply by comparing prices on PharmacyChecker.com.
Once you find the pharmacy or price you like, just click the logo of the pharmacy to visit their website and order.
What does Amantadine look like?
In the U.S., most medications are packaged by the manufacturer in containers with a specific quantity of loose tablets or capsules. Then the pharmacist will dispense the number of pills as prescribed in a vial. This process makes it easy for the pharmacist to become familiar with the "look" of the tablet. However, outside the United States, most drugs are packaged in a cardboard box containing blister packs, often in strips of 10, sealed within the box by the manufacturer.
You may be interested in our blogpost: International Pharmacies Safer Than Your Local Pharmacy? Blister Packs vs. Loose Pills
Below is an example of Amantadine, manufactured by CIPLA LTD., labeled as Amantrel.
What about other strengths for Amantadine?
Currently, verified pharmacies listing prices on PharmacyChecker.com only list Amantadine in 100 mg and 50mg/5ml syrup. However, you can contact an individual PharmacyChecker-verified pharmacy to inquire about the availability of Amantadine, extended-release tablets or capsules. You can access the pharmacy's website by clicking on the pharmacy's logo. You may want to confirm certain information, such as shipping costs and transit times. Some pharmacies will also have a "Live Chat" option so you can get immediate answers while navigating the website.
Other Ways to Save Money on Amantadine
If you prefer to shop at your local U.S. pharmacy, just scroll all the way to the bottom of each price page and click "Search U.S. Local Pharmacy Pricing." Enter your ZIP Code to find the discounts available in your area. If you find a great deal, just click "Print Card for This Pharmacy" and you are all set to obtain your discount at the pharmacy of your choice.
PharmacyChecker.com also offers a search tool for patient assistance programs. Many pharmaceutical companies offer aid with the cost of medications through patient assistance programs.