What is Kamagra?
Kamagra is a medication sold as a treatment for erectile dysfunction. It is manufactured by Indian pharmaceutical giant Ajanta Pharma and is said to contain sildenafil citrate, the active ingredient in Viagra.
Is Kamagra legal?
Kamagra is NOT licensed for sale in the UK, so it is illegal to buy or sell the medicine in this country. It has not been approved for use in the UK as it has not passed the standard quality control checks and has not been proven to be safe and effective for use.
Is Kamagra safe?
While it might appear to be a cheap alternative to Viagra or Levitra, it can be dangerous to your health. Since it is illegal in this country and only available online, you cannot be sure you are not being sold counterfeit medicine.
Moreover, since the medication has not been tested for safety, it could be detrimental to your health.
Are there any legal alternatives?
Kamagra contains the active ingredient sildenafil citrate, which is sold in the UK as Viagra and Sildenafil (the generic, cheaper version of Viagra).
For a quick onset of action and long-lasting effects, you can try Cialis, which contains tadalafil; Levitra (vardenafil) for a more mild effect if you experience side effects; or Spedra (contains the active ingredient avanafil) for the fastest onset of action.
They all work in a similar way: relaxing the blood vessels in the penis to allow more blood to flow into the penis while aroused.
What is the difference between Kamagra and Viagra?
Allegedly, they contain the same active substance, sildenafil citrate, but under different brand names. However, unlike Kamagra, Viagra and its generic version Sildenafil are licenced and regulated for sale in this country. They have been tested and proved safe and effective for use as a medication for erectile dysfunction while Kamagra can be a potentially dangerous medication.