- May 4, 2021
Great explanationIt's cheaper and easier for them, a factory can produce a million of loose pills and forget about boxes, leaflets and all the information regulations of every country ask them to fulfill. That make the bill reduces a good percentage and also it's a good way of producing more pills than they are allowed, cause I hardly doubt police can discover with a loose pill from which factory came. Typical tactics from black market to avoid tracking and also you will be surprised how many pills are discarded because there was some error blistering them or the boxing doesn't look perfect. So that's a way of not losing money to sell those loose pills, sometimes the employees of that pharmaceutical are the ones doing the "business" (Just search on google news)
For the final vendor there are also benefits in terms of price, size, being able to sell maybe not counterfeit but yes out of date pills (that are weaker), and warning less the customs agents.
In my case I prefer to pay more but have always my blisters with all the safety controls, the expiring date visible and the lab information. Im personally scared of the risk of contamination with those Indian, Chinese or Thai loosen pills.