eDrugSearch.com launched in March 2005 as a specialized drug search engine for Americans interested in comparing prescription drug prices and purchasing safe, low-cost prescription drugs from licensed international pharmacies. With more than 100,000+ drug listings, eDrugSearch brings together licensed and accredited pharmacies from around the world in one comprehensive, easy-to-use database.
More than 65 million Americans - nearly one-fourth of the U.S. population, including millions of seniors live without prescription drug insurance today. While many are interested in Canadian or other international pharmacies as a means of saving money on their prescriptions, they are often concerned about whether they can trust the quality and safety of the prescription medications they find online.
eDrugSearch addresses these concerns by only accepting pharmacies in its database that pass a rigorous prescreening process - including proof of home-country, government licensing, and third-party accreditations.
In addition to its emphasis on safety, eDrugSearch offers up-to-the-minute price search, detailed drug information, and other features that make it the most advanced drug search engine for online prescription medication shoppers. eDrugSearch.com's search features enable members to identify pharmacies with specific licensing requirements, third-party accreditations, Better Business Bureau memberships, and more.
eDrugSearch President Cary Byrd describes the site's mission this way:
"U.S. consumers who want access to prescription drugs at fair, affordable prices have long had the odds stacked against them. We started eDrugSearch to level the playing field, giving consumers a safe way to find low-cost drugs from Canadian and other non-U.S. pharmacies."
"Now, by creating the eDrugSearch Community, we are moving beyond specialized search to enable our members to share information about their experiences, both with medications and pharmacies. Our Health 2.0 community will empower members to make better decisions for themselves and for their families."