According to official data from ICN Yugoslavia, Yugoslavs have in the past year purchased and probably spent 3.8 million packages of Bensadine, known as the five ml medicine for nerves. The medication is distributed exclusively on prescription, which means that purchasing the medication is preceded by a doctor’s diagnosis and expert approval for the use […]

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