Lori 2, Cyril, In India, No Markings And Seems Very Weak

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ann Says:

was I duped...Lori-2 Cyril Pharmaceuticals,,,no markings,,,very weak...I live in USA and it was shipped from NY ,,the sender seems India name....from American Pharmacy,,Amerisur.net I thought I could trust....can these websites make fake rx but package in blister pack,,,pack says cyril on label...I usually take watson ativan.....lori-2 seems like I do not even get sleepy...thank you to whomever repliesD

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David Says:

If your intent is to order medications that require a prescription, then unfortunately there is no guaranteed safe and legal way to do so outside of the standard "doctor-visit" procedures.

The only problems I see with ordering online from a 'discrete or foreign site' (even here in the US), is that their not required under any law or jurisdiction to give you what you pay for. That's just the nature of these fake pharmacies and distributors. I see so many people here in the forums ordering from sites like these and they cannot even confirm if the pills they got are real, let alone take them because it might be something else. So when you obtain a prescription and visit your pharmacy, you're not just paying for the medication, but also a bit more peace of mind.

Have you tried contacting your credit card company about this fraudulent activity (i.e. not getting what you paid for)? Maybe you can still get your money back if you take that approach.

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Kanakanak Says:

@Ann ~ I ordered lorazepam 2mg from India, and they were called "Atizam-2".....they did NOT work, they only made me feel "stoned, like I smoked weed" in the very beginning, and did not make me feel relaxed. So I called the place where I ordered them and complained, so they sent me "Lori-2" in blister packs, again from India......now i'm kind of skeptical/scared to try those. Do they work at all, and how do they make feel??

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Eddy Says:

I finally threw away 12 old bottles of 90 1 mg Ativan. I would like to know why I almost died while experiencing a Xanax withdrawal instead of taking this med which I did not like. I will say they shot me up with the liquid version in the Hospital and it seem to work quickly. What is the real deal with Ativan?

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annie Says:

same experience, same website...lori-2 weak,,,atizan much better but they can't tell me which one they will send...otherwise great service

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Brynn Says:

I had to order a medication from one of these websites, it's not a narcotic or anything illegal, a real medication that I NEED. None of the generics or cheaper versions worked and in not her countries, they are not allowed to charge what they do in the US, plus they have generics of every drug we pay to develop (stinks we can't get them at an affordable price). This medication I need is over $800/mo. and they are in blister packs also, seem legit but other countries don't use imprints either. Anyway, I've been using, alternate w/samples (when I can get). I think they are real b/c I'm much better w/that issue but I worry about the dosage, etc. too. You can return for a full credit, they will generally send out replacements w/out issue or you can dispute the charge on your card & they will not do a thing (I wouldn't admit ordering them since it's not really legal) b/c they want to fly under the radar. Anyone heard of Northern Star prescriptions supposedly in India, need to find a source for this medication, not covered by my insurance, no way I can ever afford w/everything else going on. How did you find out cut w/drywall?!!! That's awful. Just saying, it's not always so clear cut & not everyone has access to RX coverage & there's not as much assistance as they have you believe. With assistance my share was $800/ mo. b/c as a family of 4 we earn more than $16k/yr., forget my insane medical expenses. It's such a sad system, I go to Mexico when I can & they sell asthma inhalers for $5 each over the counter at a legit pharmacy, they sell lots of meds that we require scripts for, for pennies compared to US. We are paying for other countries benefits of our drug development, yet most of us can't afford them here in the US.

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Alaska Says:
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I was duped too. I quit ordering from India. Was a waste of money. I called them to complain that the meds were not the same and were weak, so they sent me a "different inda brand", and that was just as worse......overall I don't think idia meds are legit at all, they weak and fake....practically makes you feel different than the real meds that we get from our pharmacy in the US.

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lauren Says:

Anyone use Lori-2 from Cyril pharm , if so, can you provide a batch number, I want to see if it as similar as mine. Thanks

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