Is it legal?
In most countries there is no violation of customs regulations when you receive the medicines at your home address. Customs regulations allow individuals to receive prescribed medicines for personal use. It is not permitted to receive large quantities of medicines by mail for commercial use without an import and distribution license.
Mifepristone and Misoprostol are on the list of essential medicines of the WHO. Misoprostol is registered in most countries and can also be used to prevent stomach ulcers. Mifepristone is not registered in all countries but this should not be a problem because the medicines are for personal use only. Mifepristone can also be used as a morning-after pill, to treat breast cancer and some brain tumours. The possession of small quantities of Mifepristone or Misoprostol for personal use only is allowed in most countries.
Customs clearance is your responsibility. Please note that once the goods have been dispatched by the courier company, ownership of the goods passes to you.
When a shipment reaches your country there is a possibility that your package may be subject to import duties. In that case you will be contacted by the courier company. This is a normal procedure. In order to receive the package, you may be required to pay an import duty, provide an invoice and a prescription. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your invoice and prescription. You should pay the import duty and present relevant documents to obtain your package.
You are considered as the importer of record and must comply with all laws and regulations of the country in which you are receiving the goods. Please find the customs regulations of your country at:
USP (Information is in English only), contact the customs in your country or see List of Globally Identified Websites of Medicines Regulatory Authorities.