OTC Products

Many drugs available on the website of Trust Pharmacy are now dispensed strictly under a valid prescription. However, we also offer many over the counter (OTC) drugs that can be ordered without a prescription since they are completely safe and will not harm human health.

The list of OTC medicines includes drugs for the digestive tract and metabolism, diabetes, endocrine disorders, drugs that affect blood formation and blood, drugs for cardiovascular diseases, diseases of the genitourinary system and sex hormones, hormones for systemic use, antimicrobials, antitumor left drugs, immunomodulators, products for the musculoskeletal system, diseases of the respiratory system, bronchial asthma, antihistamines for systemic use, drugs for the sensory organs, antiparasitic preparations, insecticides and repellents, preparations for the treatment diseases of the nervous system, drugs used in dermatology, and others.

So, you do not need a prescription to purchase such meds as:

  • appetite stimulants;
  • antacids;
  • prokinetics (metoclopramide, domperidone, cisapride);
  • adsorbing agents;
  • enveloping agents;
  • bismuth preparations;
  • biogenic stimulants, herbal preparations;
  • drugs that enhance secretory function;
  • gastroprotective agents, including herbal remedies;
  • myotropic antispasmodics (drotaverine, papaverine hydrochloride, pinaverium bromide, otilonium bromide);
  • enzyme preparations for replacement therapy;
  • choleretic drugs;
  • laxatives;
  • antidiarrheal agents;
  • drugs that regulate the intestinal microbiome (prebiotics, probiotics);
  • vitamins, multivitamin preparations and their analogs for enteral or external use;
  • preparations that correct lipid metabolism for oral administration from the group of Omega-3, Omega-6, polyunsaturated fatty acids;
  • drugs that affect the phosphorus-calcium metabolism from the vitamin D group;
  • drugs that affect the metabolic processes in cartilage;
  • mucopolysaccharide structure preparations;
  • preparations of animal origin;
  • metformin;
  • sweeteners;
  • vitamins and vitamin-like drug, herbal preparations;
  • hemostatics for topical use;
  • drugs that reduce the permeability of the vascular wall;
  • iron preparations for oral administration;
  • vitamins and vitamin-like products for oral administration;
  • organic preparations: glycerol trinitrate (tablets, capsules, oil and alcohol solutions, oral aerosols);
  • angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors: captopril, enalapril;
  • vasodilators with a predominantly myotropic effect: papaverine, drotaverin, vinpocetine;
  • drugs that affect myocardial metabolism: trimetazidine, inosine, potassium orotate, taurine, levocarnitine, phosphocreatine;
  • antiplatelet agents: acetylsalicylic acid, pentoxifylline, dipyridamole;
  • herbal preparations used as diuretics and anti-azotemic agents;
  • drugs used for hypotonic conditions: caffeine sodium benzoate, nicotinic acid diethylamide, adaptogens;
  • herbal preparations used for violation of venous circulation and drugs for external use;
  • irrigation solutions (sodium chloride, glucose);
  • all drugs for external use;
  • antiseptics and antimicrobials for the treatment of gynecological diseases, excluding combinations with corticosteroids;
  • levonorgestrel;
  • non-hormonal contraceptives for topical use;
  • drugs used to prevent sexually transmitted infections for intravaginal use;
  • drugs for the treatment of dysuric disorders of plant origin;
  • drugs for the treatment of erectile dysfunction;
  • drugs for the treatment of benign prostatic hypertrophy of plant origin;
  • glucocorticoid preparations for external use;
  • glucocorticoids for external use, which are part of the combined preparations;
  • antibacterial drugs for external use;
  • antifungal drugs for external use;
  • antiviral drugs for external use and preparations for intranasal use;
  • drugs for the treatment of scabies;
  • drugs for the treatment of pediculosis;
  • immunomodulators of microbial, plant and animal origin;
  • immunostimulants of microbial, plant and animal origin;
  • preparations of synthetic origin, azole derivatives – levamisole, cimetidine, benzimidazole;
  • derivatives of purine – inosine pranobex;
  • pyrimidine derivatives ;
  • derivatives of nucleic acids;
  • polyelectrolytes;
  • derivatives of salicylic acid – sodium salicylate, acetylsalicylic acid, choline salicylate, salicylamide, methyl salicylate;
  • derivatives of propionic acid – ibuprofen, flurbiprofen, ketoprofen, naproxen;
  • pyrazolone derivative – metamizole;
  • non-acidic derivatives – paracetamol;
  • selective COX-2 inhibitors – nimesulide;
  • drugs for external use in pain with diseases of the musculoskeletal system;
  • muscle relaxant preparations for external use;
  • herbal preparations used to treat uric acid diathesis;
  • preparations for local anesthesia for external use;
  • derivatives of phenylacetic acid – diclofenac, aceclofenac, etodolac;
  • piroxicam, lornoxicam, tenoxicam;
  • drugs for the relief of migraine attacks;
  • melatonin;
  • sleeping pills (sedatives) of plant origin;
  • psychostimulants of plant origin;
  • drugs for the treatment of nicotine addiction;
  • drugs that affect brain metabolism;
  • analeptic drugs;
  • adaptogens and general tonic agents;
  • drugs to eliminate dizziness;
  • preparations for the destruction of ectoparasites (including scabies mite), insecticides and repellents;
  • anthelmintic drugs;
  • non-opioid antitussive drugs;
  • expectorant;
  • mucolytic agents;
  • decongestants and other topical preparations (sympathomimetics, glucocorticosteroids for nasal use, mast cell membrane stabilizers, other topical preparations for nasal diseases);
  • salbutamol;
  • terbutaline;
  • fenoterol;
  • blockers of histamine H1 receptors of the 1st generation (chloropyramine, clemastine, diphenhydramine, mebhydroline, pheniramine, promethazine, quifenadine), which are part of the combination of drugs;
  • blockers of histamine H1 receptors of the II generation (dimethindene, azelastine, cetirizine, ebastine, loratadine, mequitazine, desloratadine, fexofenadine);
  • antihistamines and anti serotonin drugs;
  • anti-allergic drugs that block mast cell degranulation;
  • anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial agents and their combinations for topical application;
  • decongestants and antiallergic drugs;
  • local anesthetics;
  • preparations for the prevention and treatment of dry eye syndrome;
  • isotonic sterile solutions containing natural minerals and trace elements in the form of a nasal spray;
  • alcohol-containing infusions, tinctures, syrups, extracts, balms;
  • ethanol;
  • herbal preparations with the exception of Hypericum perforatum