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Medicinal products

Quantitive limits of medicinal products, carried without the authorisation of the State Agency of Medicines

A maximum of ten (10) different pharmaceutical preparations, a maximum of five (5) retail packages each, may be carried for personal use of a traveller, and a maximum of five (5)different pharmaceutical preparations, a maximum of three (3) retail packages each, may be carried for animals accompanying the traveller without the authorisation of the State Agency of Medicines.

The size of the retail package shall be a maximum of:

  • 200 tablets or capsules
  • 500 grams of powder for solution
  • 50 grams of homeopathic granules
  • 500 millilitres of solution for infusion or oral solution
  • 30 ampoules or vials of injectable dosage forms
  • 200 ml or 200 g of medicinal products for external use
  • 100 g of herbal substances
  • 200 doses of inhalation preparations
  • 10 units of medicated plasters

Medicinal products must be in producer’s packaging.

Narcotic or psychotropic medicinal products

Narcotic or psychotropic medicinal products may be brought along without a permit of the State Agency of Medicines in quantity of 1 single package for retail sale consisting of up to 30 units or 25 ml. The medicinal products must be accompanied with a notice from a physician, in case of animals with a notice from a veterinarian, or with a copy of a prescription certifying the need for the medicinal product.

If a person having the permanent residence in a State Party to the Schengen Convention wishes to travel to the territory of another State Party to the Schengen Convention, he or she must have a certificate with him or her issued in his or her state of residence in compliance with the form given in Article 75 of the Schengen Convention for any narcotic or psychotropic medicinal product he or she has brought along. In Estonia the State Agency of Medicines is issuing the above stated certificates.

 

 Further information from State Agency of Medicines, phone: +372 737 4140

 

01.03.2016