Mexico Pharmacy - Ciudad Acuña
Coahuila Mexico - Online Pharmacy
Rex Pharmacy is a licensed pharmacy in Mexico.
Our pharmacy is located on the Mexico border in Cuidad Acuña in
the State of Coahuila, Mexico. Rex Pharmacy will refer you to a
Physician in Mexico for a prescription in the field you require.
You can't come to our pharmacy and buy drugs without a
prescription from a Mexican Doctor.
To bring a controlled substance or drug
back to your Country you need a prescription from a Doctor in
your Country. Rex Pharmacy is here to help you legally get the
medication you need. Some pharmacies may sell you drugs and not
require a Mexican prescription, but not Rex Pharmacy. At Rex
Pharmacy we help you get the Mexican prescription and then,
legally sell you the drugs.
Please read this from the US
Buying Prescription Medications in Mexico
Mexico’s laws governing medicines are
similar to those in the United States. Any drug classified as a
controlled medicine cannot be purchased in Mexico without a
Mexican prescription. This prescription must be written by a
Mexican federally registered physician. Purchasing a controlled
medicine without a valid prescription in Mexico is a serious
crime for both the purchaser and the seller. Purchasing a
controlled medicine with a U.S. prescription is not sufficient
and is illegal, regardless of what the Mexican pharmacy may be
willing to sell to the purchaser. By law, Mexican pharmacies
cannot honor foreign prescriptions.
In Mexico, medications such as Valium, Vicodin, Placidyl, Ambien,
codeine, pseudoefedrine, Demerol, morphine, and Ativan are not
legally sold over-the-counter without a valid prescription from
a Mexican physician. If the purchaser succeeds in purchasing
controlled medicines without a prescription, Mexican police can
arrest the purchaser and vendor and charge them with
possession/sale of a controlled substance. The sentence for
possession of a controlled substance runs from ten months to
fifteen years in a Mexican prison. Making such an illegal
purchase also puts the buyer at risk for various extortion scams
perpetuated by police officials (who sometimes work in league
with the very pharmacy that sold the medication).
There are a number of medications considered controlled
substances in Mexico which are not controlled in the United
States. To find out if a medication is considered controlled in
Mexico, purchasers should ask their Mexican physician or
pharmacist. Purchasers may also refer to the following Mexican
government website (in Spanish, listing generic and brand names)
for information on controlled substances in Mexico:
To bring the medications into the United States, travelers will
need to show a valid U.S. prescription to the inspector at the
Port of Entry. The U.S. prescription is in addition to the
Mexican prescription used to purchase the medications in Mexico.
For more information on bringing medications into the United
States, purchasers may refer to the U.S. Customs and Border
Over the last few years, there have been several highly
publicized arrests of Americans purchasing controlled
medications without a Mexican prescription. We hope to reduce
the numbers of Americans arrested in Mexico for possession of
controlled items by disseminating this information.
Mexican Pharmacy - Rex
Come visit our
in Mexico and get professional advise on how to legally get the
drugs you need. We can help with referrals to the finest
in Mexico. They will send you back to our Mexican pharmacy and
you will get the quality name brand drugs you need or the
Save up to 90% on your drugs. Medications
that do not require a prescription are priced so you will save
those drugs too.