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General Medications
Our General Medications class of General products includes medications for treating various conditions, many of which are included in other more specific sections. These include medications for incontinence, nausea, haemorrhoids, malaria, gout, warts, inflammation, conditions of the bowels, circulation and Meniere's syndrome.

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Our General Medications class of General products includes medications for treating various conditions, many of which are included in other more specific sections. These include medications for incontinence, nausea, haemorrhoids, malaria, gout, warts, inflammation, conditions of the bowels, circulation and Meniere's syndrome.

Use the search feature to quickly find the product you are looking for, by entering either the active ingredient, e.g. imiquimod, or the product name, e.g. Aldara.

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Acamptas (Acamprosate Calcium 333mg)
Acamptas (Acamprosate Calcium 333mg)

Acamprosate Calcium
Also known as Campral
From $0.72 per Tablet
APO-Imiquimod Cream 5%
APO-Imiquimod Cream 5%

Imiquimod
Also known as Aldara
Out Of Stock
Tamoxifen Sandoz (Tamoxifen 20mg) Tablets
Tamoxifen Sandoz (Tamoxifen 20mg) Tablets

Tamoxifen
Also known as Nolvadex
Out Of Stock
Allopurinol 100mg
Allopurinol 100mg

Allopurinol
Also known as Zyloprim
From $0.08 per Tablet
Allopurinol 300mg
Allopurinol 300mg

Allopurinol
Also known as Zyloprim
From $0.17 per Tablet
APO-Prednisone 2.5mg
APO-Prednisone 2.5mg
On Sale

Prednisone
From $0.04 per Tablet
Antabuse (disulfiram 200mg)
Antabuse (disulfiram 200mg)
Disulfiram 200mg
From $1.55 per Tablet
Ciclopirox 8% Nail Lacquer
Ciclopirox 8% Nail Lacquer

Ciclopirox
Also known as Penlac
From $5.14 per mL
Clonidine 25mcg BNM
Clonidine 25mcg BNM

Clonidine 25mcg
From $0.43 per Tablet
Cinkona (Quinine Sulphate 300mg) Tablets
Cinkona (Quinine Sulphate 300mg) Tablets

Quinine Sulphate
From $0.34 per Tablet
Colestid Granules 5g (Colestipol)
Colestid Granules 5g (Colestipol)
Colestipol 5g
For oral suspension
From $1.87 per Sachet
Colgout 0.5mg (Colchicine)
Colgout 0.5mg (Colchicine)
Colchicine
Also known as Colcrys
From $0.29 per Tablet
Dexamethasone 4mg Tablets 30's
Dexamethasone 4mg Tablets 30's

Dexamethasone 4mg
From $0.71 per Tablet
Donepezil Rex (Donepezil 5mg) Tablets
Donepezil Rex (Donepezil 5mg) Tablets

Donepezil
Also known as Aricept
From $0.66 per Tablet
Donepezil Rex (Donepezil 10mg) Tablets
Donepezil Rex (Donepezil 10mg) Tablets

Donepezil
Also known as Aricept
From $0.90 per Tablet
Esperal (Disulfiram 250mg) Tablets
Esperal (Disulfiram 250mg) Tablets

Disulfiram
Also known as Antabuse
Out Of Stock
Hydrocortisone 5mg
Hydrocortisone 5mg

Hydrocortisone
Also known as Cortef
From $0.20 per Tablet
Hydrocortisone 20mg
Hydrocortisone 20mg

Hydrocortisone
Also known as Cortef
From $0.52 per Tablet
APO-Prednisone 5mg
APO-Prednisone 5mg
On Sale

Prednisone
From $0.04 per Tablet
Imiquad (Imiquimod 5%)
Imiquad (Imiquimod 5%)

Imiquimod
Also known as Aldara
From $5.00 per Sachet
Imiquimod Sachets 5%
Imiquimod Sachets 5%

Imiquimod
Also known as Aldara
From $4.15 per Sachet
Imuran (Azathioprine 50mg)
Imuran (Azathioprine 50mg)
Azathioprine
From $0.45 per Tablet
Itch Soothe (Crotamiton 10%)
Itch Soothe (Crotamiton 10%)

Crotamiton
Also known as Eurax
From $0.73 per Gram
Kenacort-A 10 (by Aspen)
Kenacort-A 10 (by Aspen)
Triamcinalone acetonide
From $9.80 per Ampoule
Mebex (Mebendazole 100mg) Tablets
Mebex (Mebendazole 100mg) Tablets

Mebendazole
Also known as Vermox or Ovex
From $0.50 per Tablet
Kenacort-A 40 (by Aspen)
Kenacort-A 40 (by Aspen)
Triamcinalone acetonide
From $20.60 per Ampoule
Micreme-H (Miconazole/Hydrocortisone) Cream
Micreme-H (Miconazole/Hydrocortisone) Cream

Miconazole/Hydrocortisone
Also known as Daktacort
From $0.73 per Gram
Myconail (Amorolfine 5%) Nail Lacquer
Myconail (Amorolfine 5%) Nail Lacquer

Amorolfine
Also known as Curanail, Loceryl, Locetar or Odenil
Discontinued
NeoKay (Vitamin K1) Drops
NeoKay (Vitamin K1) Drops
On Sale
Vitamin K1
Supplement intended for newborn babies.
From $0.29 per mL
Nuravon (Edaravone) 1.5mg/ml 20ml Ampoule
Nuravon (Edaravone) 1.5mg/ml 20ml Ampoule

Edaravone
Also known as Radicava or Radicut
Mestinon 60mg (pyridostigmine)
Mestinon 60mg (pyridostigmine)
pyridostigmine
From $0.94 per Tablet
APO-Oxybutynin 5mg
APO-Oxybutynin 5mg

Oxybutynin
Also known as Ditropan
From $0.13 per Tablet
Medrol 4mg (Methylprednisolone) Tablets
Medrol 4mg (Methylprednisolone) Tablets
Methylprednisolone
From $0.75 per Tablet
Minirin 0.1mg (Desmopressin)
Minirin 0.1mg (Desmopressin)

Desmopressin 0.1mg
From $1.49 per Tablet
Minirin 0.2mg (Desmopressin)
Minirin 0.2mg (Desmopressin)

Desmopressin 0.2mg
From $2.10 per Tablet
APO-Prednisone 20mg
APO-Prednisone 20mg

Prednisone 20mg
From $0.17 per Tablet
Omnacortil-20 (Prednisolone)
Omnacortil-20 (Prednisolone)

Prednisolone
Dispersible Tablets
From $0.31 per Tablet
APO-Prednisone 1mg
APO-Prednisone 1mg
On Sale

Prednisone
From $0.03 per Tablet
Wysolone 5 (Prednisolone 5mg)
Wysolone 5 (Prednisolone 5mg)

Prednisolone 5mg
Prednisolone dispersible tablets
From $0.21 per System
Wysolone 20 (Prednisolone 20mg)
Wysolone 20 (Prednisolone 20mg)

Prednisolone 20mg
Prednisolone dispersible tablets
From $0.31 per Tablet
Q300 (Quinine Sulphate)
Q300 (Quinine Sulphate)

Quinine Sulphate 300mg
From $0.29 per Tablet
Toviaz ER (Fesoterodine fumarate 8mg) Tablets
Toviaz ER (Fesoterodine fumarate 8mg) Tablets
Fesoterodine fumarate
Sourced from Turkey. Original branded product (Turkish writing) - comes with English language leaflet.
From $1.46 per Tablet
Trental (Oxpentifylline) 400
Trental (Oxpentifylline) 400
Oxpentifylline 400mg
From $1.69 per Tablet
Trexate (Methotrexate 2.5mg) Tablets
Trexate (Methotrexate 2.5mg) Tablets
On Sale

Methotrexate
Also known as Methoblastin, Trexall or Rheumatrex
From $0.25 per Tablet
Tropan (Oxybutynin  5mg)
Tropan (Oxybutynin 5mg)

Oxybutynin
Also known as Ditropan
From $0.59 per Tablet
Vergo 16 (Betahistine 16mg)
Vergo 16 (Betahistine 16mg)

Betahistine 16mg
From $0.27 per Tablet
Ursokem-150 (Ursodeoxycholic Acid)
Ursokem-150 (Ursodeoxycholic Acid)
On Sale

Ursodeoxycholic Acid
Also known as Actigall or Ursodiol
From $0.45 per Tablet
Ursokem-300 (Ursodeoxycholic Acid)
Ursokem-300 (Ursodeoxycholic Acid)
On Sale

Ursodeoxycholic Acid
Also known as Actigall or Ursodiol
From $0.90 per Tablet
X-Worm (Albendazole 400mg)
X-Worm (Albendazole 400mg)

Albendazole
Also known as Albenza
From $1.47 per Tablet
Zycolchin (Colchicine 0.5mg)
Zycolchin (Colchicine 0.5mg)

Colchicine
Also known as Colcrys
From $0.27 per Tablet

General conditions

The range of conditions treated under the General class of medications includes:
  • Skin conditions like solar (actinic) keratoses and basal cell carcinoma caused by sun damage.

  • Genital/perianal warts, which are warts on the surface of the genitals and around the anus caused by infection with human papillomavirus (HPV).

  • Gout, which is painful swelling of the joints and loss of joint mobility, caused by deposition of uric acid crystals in the joints.

  • Inflammatory conditions associated with an overactive immune system like severe eczema, asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus and Crohn's disease.

  • Vascular headaches like migraine and menopausal hot flushes, caused by dilation of blood vessels in the brain and skin respectively.

  • Infertility in women due to lack of ovulation.

  • Breast cancers that are estrogen-dependent.

  • Nausea and vomiting due to several conditions, including gastrointestinal disorders, dysmobility (slowing down of food through the GI tract), food poisoning, migraine, chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer treatment, reaction to surgical anaesthetic.

  • Incontinence, which is loss of bladder control.

  • Thrombosis, which is blood clot formation that can cause a heart attack or stroke in people who have cardiovascular disease.

  • Malaria, a parasitic disease.

  • Vascular problems, including peripheral artery disease, when large arteries in the arms and legs become obstructed or partially blocked; also circulatory disorders in the eyes and ears, where the blood vessels have degenerated and can lead to impairment of sight and hearing

Meniere's syndrome

Meniere's syndrome is a disorder of the inner ear and is caused by too much fluid (endolymph) in the fluid-filled canals of the inner ear, a condition called endolymphatic hydrops. This puts pressure on the sensory cells in the canals and disturbs the transmission of nerve impulses relating to balance, causing the brain to trigger the vomiting reflex. This induces symptoms including vertigo, a spinning sensation that can cause nausea and vomiting, and affects hearing and balance.

Medications that are used to help relieve symptoms of Meniere's syndrome block the transmission of nerve impulses from the inner ear to the vomiting center in the brain. The histamine agonist betahistine works by binding to histamine receptors in the capillaries (small blood vessels) of the inner ear, which increases their permeability allowing the excess fluid to drain away from the inner ear and relieving the pressure on the sensory cells. Betahistine also binds to histamine receptors on nerve cells, blocking transmission of nerve signals that are interpreted by the brain as disruptive to hearing and balance.

class="editor">Range of general medications

  • The immunomodifier and antiviral imiquimod activates immune cells to produce chemicals involved in fighting invasion by pathogens like viruses and killing tumour cells; a property used to treat genital/perianal warts caused by infection with HPV and basal cell carcinoma; also to produce inflammatory reactions a property used to treat skin conditions like solar (actinic) keratoses.

  • Allopurinol reduces uric acid productions and thereby reduces levels of uric acid in the blood, and is used for the treatment of gout and prevention of kidney stone formation.

  • Colchicine tha blocks the action of inflammatory cells and is used to treat gout to help reduce inflammation associated with uric acid crystals in the joints.

  • The anti-inflammatory corticosteroids prednisone and hydrocortisone reduce inflammatory reactions in several conditions, by inhibiting the production of inflammatory chemicals like prostaglandins.

  • The anti-inflammatory prednisone a synthetic glucocorticoid, similar to the naturally occurring cortisol that is used for hormone replacement therapy to replace a lack natural corticosteroid in conditions such as underactive adrenal glands.

  • The alpha-agonist clonidine acts on alpha adrenergic receptors in the brain and inhibits the release of the neurotransmitter noradrenaline, which inhibits peripheral vasodilation (small blood vessel to widen) and is used to treat vascular headaches like migraine; also menopausal hot flushes.

  • Clomiphene a selective oestrogen receptor modulator that binds to the oestrogen receptor in the hypothalamus of the brain to induce ovulation and is used in the treatment of infertility.

  • The anti-oestrogen tamoxifen blocks the oestrogen receptor on breast cancer cells and is used to treat breast cancers that are dependent on estrogen to grow.

  • The antiemetics and dopamine antagonists domperidone and metoclopramide bind to dopamine receptors and block transmission of nerve signals to the vomiting centre in the brain, thereby blocking the vomiting reflex to prevent nausea and vomiting.

  • The antispasmodic and anticholinergic oxybutynin acts directly on the smooth muscle of the bladder, to prevent spasmodic contraction and uncontrolled urination and is used to treat loss of bladder control leading to incontinence.

  • The anti-platelet drug clopidogrel inhibits platelet aggregation and is used to reduce risk of a blood clot forming in people who have cardiovascular disease and who are at risk of heart attack or stroke.

  • The anti-parasitic and schizontocide quinine that is to treat malaria by killing the infective stage of the plasmodium parasite that transmitted by a mosquito bite and causes malaria.

  • The vasodilator oxpentifylline that causes blood vessels to widen and is used to increase blood flow in vascular several conditions.

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General conditions

The range of conditions treated under the General class of medications includes:
  • Skin conditions like solar (actinic) keratoses and basal cell carcinoma caused by sun damage.

  • Genital/perianal warts, which are warts on the surface of the genitals and around the anus caused by infection with human papillomavirus (HPV).

  • Gout, which is painful swelling of the joints and loss of joint mobility, caused by deposition of uric acid crystals in the joints.

  • Inflammatory conditions associated with an overactive immune system like severe eczema, asthma, rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus and Crohn's disease.

  • Vascular headaches like migraine and menopausal hot flushes, caused by dilation of blood vessels in the brain and skin respectively.

  • Infertility in women due to lack of ovulation.

  • Breast cancers that are estrogen-dependent.

  • Nausea and vomiting due to several conditions, including gastrointestinal disorders, dysmobility (slowing down of food through the GI tract), food poisoning, migraine, chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer treatment, reaction to surgical anaesthetic.

  • Incontinence, which is loss of bladder control.

  • Thrombosis, which is blood clot formation that can cause a heart attack or stroke in people who have cardiovascular disease.

  • Malaria, a parasitic disease.

  • Vascular problems, including peripheral artery disease, when large arteries in the arms and legs become obstructed or partially blocked; also circulatory disorders in the eyes and ears, where the blood vessels have degenerated and can lead to impairment of sight and hearing

Meniere's syndrome

Meniere's syndrome is a disorder of the inner ear and is caused by too much fluid (endolymph) in the fluid-filled canals of the inner ear, a condition called endolymphatic hydrops. This puts pressure on the sensory cells in the canals and disturbs the transmission of nerve impulses relating to balance, causing the brain to trigger the vomiting reflex. This induces symptoms including vertigo, a spinning sensation that can cause nausea and vomiting, and affects hearing and balance.

Medications that are used to help relieve symptoms of Meniere's syndrome block the transmission of nerve impulses from the inner ear to the vomiting center in the brain. The histamine agonist betahistine works by binding to histamine receptors in the capillaries (small blood vessels) of the inner ear, which increases their permeability allowing the excess fluid to drain away from the inner ear and relieving the pressure on the sensory cells. Betahistine also binds to histamine receptors on nerve cells, blocking transmission of nerve signals that are interpreted by the brain as disruptive to hearing and balance.

class="editor">Range of general medications

  • The immunomodifier and antiviral imiquimod activates immune cells to produce chemicals involved in fighting invasion by pathogens like viruses and killing tumour cells; a property used to treat genital/perianal warts caused by infection with HPV and basal cell carcinoma; also to produce inflammatory reactions a property used to treat skin conditions like solar (actinic) keratoses.

  • Allopurinol reduces uric acid productions and thereby reduces levels of uric acid in the blood, and is used for the treatment of gout and prevention of kidney stone formation.

  • Colchicine tha blocks the action of inflammatory cells and is used to treat gout to help reduce inflammation associated with uric acid crystals in the joints.

  • The anti-inflammatory corticosteroids prednisone and hydrocortisone reduce inflammatory reactions in several conditions, by inhibiting the production of inflammatory chemicals like prostaglandins.

  • The anti-inflammatory prednisone a synthetic glucocorticoid, similar to the naturally occurring cortisol that is used for hormone replacement therapy to replace a lack natural corticosteroid in conditions such as underactive adrenal glands.

  • The alpha-agonist clonidine acts on alpha adrenergic receptors in the brain and inhibits the release of the neurotransmitter noradrenaline, which inhibits peripheral vasodilation (small blood vessel to widen) and is used to treat vascular headaches like migraine; also menopausal hot flushes.

  • Clomiphene a selective oestrogen receptor modulator that binds to the oestrogen receptor in the hypothalamus of the brain to induce ovulation and is used in the treatment of infertility.

  • The anti-oestrogen tamoxifen blocks the oestrogen receptor on breast cancer cells and is used to treat breast cancers that are dependent on estrogen to grow.

  • The antiemetics and dopamine antagonists domperidone and metoclopramide bind to dopamine receptors and block transmission of nerve signals to the vomiting centre in the brain, thereby blocking the vomiting reflex to prevent nausea and vomiting.

  • The antispasmodic and anticholinergic oxybutynin acts directly on the smooth muscle of the bladder, to prevent spasmodic contraction and uncontrolled urination and is used to treat loss of bladder control leading to incontinence.

  • The anti-platelet drug clopidogrel inhibits platelet aggregation and is used to reduce risk of a blood clot forming in people who have cardiovascular disease and who are at risk of heart attack or stroke.

  • The anti-parasitic and schizontocide quinine that is to treat malaria by killing the infective stage of the plasmodium parasite that transmitted by a mosquito bite and causes malaria.

  • The vasodilator oxpentifylline that causes blood vessels to widen and is used to increase blood flow in vascular several conditions.

Pill cutter

A Pill Cutter is available to enable you to cut your pills or tablets into half, to reduce the dose of the medication.
...Read more

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