If you have erectile dysfunction, I’m sure by now you’ve heard of Kamagra oral jelly. It’s been a boon for the ED treatment market – the first medication to do something new, a new formulation, new flavors, new packaging, and perhaps most importantly, a new price. Kamagra is one of the cheapest erectile dysfunction treatments around – you can pick it up for next to nothing in drug stores in Bali, Bangkok and across almost all of the Indian subcontinent. Better yet, if you’re stuck in Australia, for just a few cents more, you can get it shipped to your door by buying online.
To really talk about Kamagra, we have to briefly touch on the black-market generics trade in India. American and European drug companies spend billions of dollars researching and developing new drugs. That’s why we see the insane per-dose prices on some medications, especially vital medications like treatments for AIDS and cancer patients, that have prices over 00 per dose. These prices are almost always subsidised by the government, so while the drug company is getting 00+ per dose, the patient is usually only spending around per dose. This allows drug companies to recoup all the money they spent in the R&D stage, so that they can continue developing new life-saving, or life-improving drugs.
That’s when the black-market generics trade began. Thanks to strong international intellectual property law, it’s illegal to use chemical compounds and drugs patented by companies, even if you re-brand it, but many companies in India have been doing just that for decades. They synthesise the drug, exactly the same as the original, put it in a new packaging, and sell it cheap in poorer countries.
Kamagra was started by an Indian, Mumbai-based pharmaceutical company, Ajanta Pharma, synthesising sildenafil, the active ingredient of Viagra, which was patented by Pfizer. They sold it in pills, just like Viagra, fairly secretively in poor countries. About a year ago, however, that patent expired, and Kamagra was able to begin operating more openly.
Now, since Kamagra is a relatively new brand, and Ajanta Pharma has a history of breaking intellectual property law, there haven’t been many scientific studies on the drug.
One research paper from Baghdad University shows that Kamagra tablets, a “black-market generic” had exactly the same effect on the body, and exactly the same concentration in the blood, as a legitimate generic sildenafil citrate formulation.
One Spanish research paper from 2013 showed that Kamagra oral jelly, had more variation on dosage than branded Viagra. For example, a labelled 100mg dose might actually be 110mg, or 90mg. It’s not always a uniform dose. This study was conducted six years ago, and well before Ajanta Pharma was able to step out of the shadows and operate more legitimately. It’s highly likely that the manufacturing process has improved since then.
Whatever the case, if you’re planning on beginning a regimen of Kamagra, or Viagra, or Cialis – or anything. Do your research first. Make sure you know what you’re doing, both in terms of your health, and the law. Learn as much as you can, so there’s no doubt in your mind, so you can really enjoy the end result with your partner. Nothing makes your ED worse like worry does.
Kamagra Oral Jelly 100mg is used to treat erectile dysfunction (impotence) in men, which is inability to achieve or maintain a hard erect penis suitable for sexual activity, due to insufficient blood flow into the penis. Kamagra Oral Jelly relaxes the blood vessels in the penis increasing blood flow and causing an erection, which is the natural response to sexual stimulation. However, Kamagra Oral Jelly will only work if you are sexually aroused. Kamagra Oral Jelly 100 available as single dose individual sachets in various flavours including banana, pineapple, orange strawberry and vanilla.
Kamagra Oral Jelly 100mg contains sildenafil, a phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitor. Sildenafil Sildenafil in Kamagra Oral Jelly acts on the erectile tissue of the penis to increase blood flow into the penis, which is needed to cause an erection. During sexual stimulation nitric oxide is released in the erectile tissue of the penis which activates the enzyme guanylate cyclase. This enzyme increases levels of a chemical called cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP), which relaxes the blood vessels in the penis and allows blood to fill the spongy erectile tissues to cause an erection. Another enzyme called phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) breaks down cGMP preventing blood flow into the penis, which causes loss of an erection. Sildenafil in Kamagra Oral Jelly inhibits the action of PDE5 which resolves erectile dysfunction by allowing the natural process of sexual stimulation to activate the cGMP mechanism for achieving and maintaining an erection. Kamagra Oral Jelly is faster acting that in tablet form as it is absorbed into the blood more rapidly, being effective with 20-45 minutes.
Kamagra Oral Jelly should be taken within an hour of planned sex and in most cases it helps you to get an erection in about 30 minutes that will last for around 4 hours, provided you are sexually excited. Kamagra Oral Jelly does not work if you are not aroused.
Kamagra Oral Jelly contains the active ingredient sildenafil citrate (100mg/5gm), a phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitor used to treat erectile dysfunction in men.
Kamagra Oral Jelly 100mg contains sildenafil, a phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitor, used to treat erectile dysfunction in men (impotence). When taken before planned sexual activity, Kamagra Oral Jelly inhibits the breakdown (by the enzyme PDE5) of a chemical called cGMP, produced in the erectile tissue of the penis during sexual arousal, and this action allows blood flow into the penis causing and maintaining an erection. Kamagra Oral Jelly is faster acting that in tablet form as it is absorbed into the blood more rapidly, being effective with 20-45 minutes.
The most commonly reported side effects when taking Kamagra Oral Jelly include, headache, dizziness, flushing, indigestion, nasal congestion, diarrhoea, rash. More serious side effects include unusual heartbeat, urinary tract infection (stinging or burning urine, more frequent need to pass urine), blood in the urine, changes in vision such as blurring, a blue colour to your vision or a greater awareness of light, persistent headache or fainting, bleeding from the nose.