Varumin® box contains two dark colored bottles, named Varumin® 1 and Varumin® 2
Varumin® 1 has 50 ml volume, and is sealed with white cap.
Varumin® 2 has 200 ml volume, and is sealed with white cap.
Both preparations have labels, with listed ingredients, Batch No, and Expire date stamps
The name of producer is IEG INTER-EVROGENEKS 2434 Novo Selo, R. Macedonia
Box contains printed instruction leaflet
The taste of Varumin® should be bitter
Immediately report suspected counterfeiting to the manufacturer of the medicine!
Remember that if the price of a medicine seems too good to be true, it probably is.
What is a counterfeit medicine?
A counterfeit medicine is one that has been deliberately and fraudulently produced and/or mislabeled with respect to identity and/or source to make it appear to be a genuine product. Counterfeit products include drugs with no active ingredient, drugs that are super potent, and drugs with dangerous impurities.
What risks are associated with counterfeit medicines?
One of the biggest risks of counterfeit medicines is that patients may not get the therapeutic benefit expected from the product. Conversely, the product may contain too much active ingredient or other potentially dangerous contaminants, which could also be harmful.