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Cholesterol Lowering

Our Cholesterol-Lowering medications contain cost-effective branded medicines and generic alternatives that are used to lower high blood cholesterol (hypercholesterolaemia) and triglycerides (a type of fat that is stored in fat cells) to reduce risk of cardiovascular disease.

You can search for the product you want using the search box, by entering either the active ingredient, e.g. atorvastatin or the product name, e.g. Lipitor.

Our Cholesterol-Lowering medications contain cost-effective branded medicines and generic alternatives that are used to lower high blood cholesterol (hypercholesterolaemia) and triglycerides (a type of fat that is stored in fat cells) to reduce risk of cardiovascular disease.

You can search for the product you want using the search box, by entering either the active ingredient, e.g. atorvastatin or the product name, e.g. Lipitor.

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APO-Pravastatin (Pravastatin 40mg) 100 Tablets/Pack
APO-Pravastatin 40mg

Pravastatin
Also known as Pravachol or Selektine
Discontinued
Atorlip 10mg 15 Tablets/Strip
Atorlip-10 (Atorvastatin 10mg) 15's

Atorvastatin
Also known as Lipitor
From $0.64 per Tablet
Atorlip-20 (Atorvastatin 20mg) 15 Tablets/Strip
Atorlip-20 (Atorvastatin 20mg)

Atorvastatin
Also known as Lipitor
From $1.12 per Tablet
Atorlip-40 (Atorvastatin 40mg) 10 Tablets/Strip
Atorlip-40 (Atorvastatin 40mg)

Atorvastatin
Also known as Lipitor
From $1.40 per Tablet
Atorlip 80mg 7 Tablets/Pack
Atorlip-80 (Atorvastatin 80mg) 7's

Atorvastatin
Also known as Lipitor
From $1.66 per Tablet
Ezetimibe (Ezetimibe 10mg) 30 Tablets/Pack
Ezetimibe 10mg by Sandoz

Ezetimibe
Also known as Ezetrol or Zetia
From $0.88 per Tablet
Ezentia 10mg 30 Tablets/Pack
Ezentia 10mg (Ezetimibe)

Ezetimibe
Also known as Zetia
From $0.96 per Tablet
Fenolip-145 - 145mg 10 Tablets/Strip
Fenolip-145 (Fenofibrate)

Fenofibrate
Also known as Tricor
From $0.96 per Tablet
Livercol (Rosuvastatin 40mg) Tablets (Turkish)
Livercol (Rosuvastatin 40mg) Tablets (Sourced from Turkey)

Rosuvastatin
Also known as Crestor. Original branded product (Turkish writing) - comes with English language leaflet.
From $1.48 per Tablet
Rosulip 10 15 Tablets/Strip
Rosulip 10 (Rosuvastatin) 15's

Rosuvastatin
Also known as Crestor
Discontinued
Rosuvas 10 (Rosuvastatin) 15 Tablets/Strip
Rosuvas 10 (Rosuvastatin) 15's

Rosuvastatin 10mg
Also known as Crestor
From $0.86 per Tablet
Rosuvas 20 (Rosuvastatin) 10 Tablets/Strip
Rosuvas 20 (Rosuvastatin)

Rosuvastatin 20mg
Also known as Crestor
From $1.38 per Tablet
Simvastatin 10mg 90 Tablets/Pack
Simvastatin 10mg

Simvastatin
Also known as Zocor
From $0.27 per Tablet
Simvastatin 20mg 90 Tablets/Pack
Simvastatin 20mg

Simvastatin
Also known as Zocor
From $0.33 per Tablet
Simvastatin 40mg 90 Tablets/Pack
Simvastatin 40mg

Simvastatin
Also known as Zocor
From $0.39 per Tablet
Simvastatin 80mg 90 Tablets/Pack
Simvastatin 80mg

Simvastatin
Also known as Zocor
From $0.50 per Tablet

Why is high cholesterol a health problem?

Cholesterol is a fat that is produced by the liver but also comes from our diet.  We all need some cholesterol for normal body functions, such as making cell membranes, producing and transporting hormones, and building protective nerve sheaths.  Eating a lot of fatty foods in your diet can increase your blood cholesterol levels above healthy levels.  Since cholesterol is not water-soluble, it circulates in the blood attached to proteins called lipoproteins.  Excess cholesterol is deposited in the arteries causing them to become blocked and hardened, which narrows the arteries and restricts blood flow.  This condition, called atherosclerosis, increases your risk of developing cardiovascular disease, including heart attack, angina, and stroke.

How do cholesterol-lowering medications work?

Cholesterol-lowering medications are used to reduce high cholesterol and triglyceride levels.  They are classed according to how they work and include:

  • Statins that block the production of cholesterol by the liver but have no effect on dietary cholesterol, such as atorvastatin, simvastatin, and rosuvastatin
  • Cholesterol absorption inhibitors that block the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines, such as ezetimibe
  • Fibrates that regulate the amount of lipoprotein produced to carry cholesterol in the blood, such as fenofibrate

Why is high cholesterol a health problem?

Cholesterol is a fat that is produced by the liver but also comes from our diet.  We all need some cholesterol for normal body functions, such as making cell membranes, producing and transporting hormones, and building protective nerve sheaths.  Eating a lot of fatty foods in your diet can increase your blood cholesterol levels above healthy levels.  Since cholesterol is not water-soluble, it circulates in the blood attached to proteins called lipoproteins.  Excess cholesterol is deposited in the arteries causing them to become blocked and hardened, which narrows the arteries and restricts blood flow.  This condition, called atherosclerosis, increases your risk of developing cardiovascular disease, including heart attack, angina, and stroke.

How do cholesterol-lowering medications work?

Cholesterol-lowering medications are used to reduce high cholesterol and triglyceride levels.  They are classed according to how they work and include:

  • Statins that block the production of cholesterol by the liver but have no effect on dietary cholesterol, such as atorvastatin, simvastatin, and rosuvastatin
  • Cholesterol absorption inhibitors that block the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines, such as ezetimibe
  • Fibrates that regulate the amount of lipoprotein produced to carry cholesterol in the blood, such as fenofibrate
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