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Kamagra
Kamagra® is a new medicine manufactured by Ajanta Pharma (India) used for treating erectile disorders in men.
£0.96
Kamagra Oral Jelly
Kamagra® Oral jelly contains the same ingredients and performs in a similar way to its more expensive counterpart Viagra. It is produced by Ajanta Pharma (India). Kamagra® Oral jelly is used in the treatment of erectile dysfunction in men.
£1.60
Kamagra Soft
Kamagra® Soft is an analog of commonly known Viagra® Soft tabs and has 4 different flavours: Strawberry, Orange, Banana and Pineapple, all in one blister pack. The tablets are uncoated, thus they dissolve faster and you will notice effect usually in 15-20 minutes.
£1.28
Keflex
Generic Keflex is in a group of drugs called cephalosporin antibiotics. It is used to treat infections caused by bacteria, including upper respiratory infections, ear infections, skin infections, and urinary tract infections.
£0.41
Kemadrin
Generic Kemadrin is used for treating Parkinson disease.
£0.57
Kamagra Effervescent
Kamagra® Effervescent produced by Ajanta Pharma is an innovation in treating impotence. Orange flavour.
£2.23

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