Frequently Asked Questions
Tadalis is a tablet that is used to cure erectile dysfunction, which is also known as male impotence. Tadalis is manufactured in India and sold on Indian websites to be shipped over to the UK under names such as Tadalis SX. It is not legal in the UK because it does not pass the quality controls that are in place in the UK, and therefore is not guaranteed to be effective. It is advertised as having the same active ingredient as Cialis, an erectile dysfunction treatment that is legally sold in the UK. There is no guarantee that it contains any of this active ingredient.
Over £15.8 million worth of fake treatments, like Tadalis, were confiscated at the UK border. Counterfeit tablets coming from India are a huge threat to the UK, so it is so important to buy from UK regulated pharmacies such as e-Surgery.
Tadalis is not legally sold in the UK so when you buy it from an Indian manufacturer you can never be sure that you are getting what has been advertised. There will often be little of the active ingredient or none at all. The tablet may be bulked with harmful additives that would be illegal to add to medication in the UK. The advertised active ingredient in Tadalis is Tadalafil which is very effective when legally purchased by a UK licensed distributor like e-Surgery.
Tadalis is not legal as it is manufactured outside of UK legislation and does not pass the quality control that all UK drugs must pass. It is illegal to sell this medication in the UK, despite this, many online vendors such as kamagrauk.com and other similar sites import these drugs from India and sell them on to UK customers.
As Tadalis does not meet the standards of quality that all UK treatments must meet it is not licensed to be sold in the UK. As Tadalis is manufactured in India and not the UK there is no way of knowing what the drugs contain or if they are even safe to be consumed. It may be tempting to buy cheap medication but Tadalis is not worth the risk. It is far less risky to buy the generic Tadalafil which can be bought from reputable online doctors such as e-Surgery. At e-Surgery the cost of generic Tadalafil starts at just £9.50 with the option of free shipping, which can often work out much cheaper than using unlicensed online vendors.
As Tadalis does not pass UK quality control regulations you can never be certain of what the pills contain. The side effects of the advertised active ingredient, Tadalafil, is bloodshot eyes, facial flushing and headaches. Taldalafil can also cause a rapid drop in blood pressure which can be dangerous if taken by someone who has issues with their heart.
The active ingredient that Tadalis supposedly contains is Tadalafil. This is also contained in the legal erectile dysfunction medication, Cialis. You can also buy generic tablets that contain Tadalafil which are cheaper than buying branded Cialis but are just as effective and safe.
There are many erectile dysfunction treatments on that are available to legally purchase in the UK. If the active ingredient Tadalafil is not effective for you, there are some alternatives:
- Viagra (Generic name Sildenafil Citrate): This was the original erectile dysfunction treatment.
- Spedra: This new type of ED treatment works in as little as 15 minutes, making it the quickest erectile dysfunction tablet.
- Levitra: Some men do not respond to Tadalafil (Ingredient in Tadalis) but respond to Levitra. This is now available as a cheaper generic version.
Tadalis is advertised as containing Tadalafil which is the active ingredient in Cialis. However, as Tadalafil is not a licensed to be sold in the UK there is no guarantee that it contains the active ingredient at all. The only drugs in the UK that have been tested to contain Tadalafil is Cialis and the generic form of Tadalafil. These are the only drugs that are safe and effective.
Tadalis is not safe to take, and there is no guarantee that it contains any of the active ingredient, Tadalafil. The safe and legal generic Tadalafil can be purchased online through the reputable and registered online pharmacies such as e-Surgery for as little as £9.50. Taking unlicensed drugs are not worth the risk to your health.