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Prescription of E-Cigarette in Australia

Prescription of E-Cigarette in Australia was approved to be a legal practice in 2021. To get a nicotine prescription, one should contact a specialist doctor (Approved Prescriber) and request a nicotine e-liquid/pod. Then the doctor will ensure that one has tried other ways of quitting the addiction before giving the prescription. However, people often encounter various challenges such as; many doctors may not have knowledge on nicotine and therefore they may refuse to give the prescription. There are other alternatives, especially in the new digital world like Nocigs which offers services with ease in accessing them were the Australians who are addicted to e-cigarettes to obtain the prescription. Besides Nocigs there are several other online prescription services for QuitClinic and Doctors on Demand who provide efficient services where they review the persons’ forms within a day thus helping the smokers to stop the habit, and they are authorized to be prescribers by TGA for the nicotine products.

Nocigs and others offer home delivery of the products where their doctors review the prescription eligibility within a day and direct their affiliated pharmacy to send the orders through express post. Furthermore, the platforms can contact you whenever there are any concerns and vice versa. It is also easy to re-order since they reserve everything in files thus you can make re-orders for prescription refills efficiently and easily. The platforms has various products that they deal with tagged the price against them.

To qualify for the nicotine prescription, one has to be above eighteen years. Besides, as of October 1st, people who use nicotine should possess a valid medical prescription of Australia for all products of nicotine pods, nicotine e-cigarettes, and liquid nicotine. Prescription of the e-cigarette is very important to nicotine users as it is vital in many situations like when importing the products overseas online. Furthermore, the use of nicotine by Australians is a Schedule 4 which is a prescription-only medicine, such that for an individual to access any nicotine product from outside the country must present a valid prescription issued by a registered nurse in the country.

References

http://quitclinics.com.au/

https://smokefreeclinic.com.au/

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