The easiest way for people to buy drugs, of course through pharmacies that are available anywhere. Offline and online pharmacy like the Canada Drugs Direct. However, it turns out buying drugs at the pharmacy is not as free as the community thinks. The public must know that the pharmacy is not a place to buy and sell drugs.
“The pharmacy is where pharmacists do pharmacy work. So, if you go to the pharmacy, there is no pharmacist moving to the pharmacy that has a pharmacist.”
The community should also not go to a pharmacy that does not have a pharmacist. The pharmacy must include a pharmacist’s nameplate that is practicing.
So, the pharmacy should not sell antibiotics without a doctor’s prescription, because it’s a hard drug. Non-prescription drugs should not be given.
When you go to the pharmacy, patients can see drugs that are free to sell and usually put on the front of the window. While the drugs in the back, are drugs that must use the prescription.
“There are also two types of over-the-counter medicine. Those with green and blue circles.”
Drugs that have a green circle are drugs that need to be read about the rules of use, which are usually used for colds and coughs. Whereas the drug has a blue circle, is a drug that must be careful in its consumption.
“This medicine has side effects such as drowsiness. However, free to buy is only necessary to read the guidelines, so that it is not wrong, for example, do not drink it by the driver.”