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Viraday by Cipla

Viraday costs only $4.52 each
Viraday (Generic Atripla) by Cipla
Isentress 400 mg needs a prescription

Viraday costs about 95% less than Atripla

Price per tablet: 


USA Brand:        Atripla
Manufacturer:  Cipla
Generic name:  Efavirenz, Emtricitabine, and Tenofovir
Dosage:              600 mg / 200 mg / 300 mg
Delivery info:     7 -10 days,  Guaranteed, express, tracked and worldwide
Delivery cost:    FREE over $149 otherwise $20
Payments:         eCheck, Pay after delivery, wire transfer (Credit/Debit card)

Thank you to all our new Viraday Venezuela and USA customers!

Our Viraday price for 30 tablets compared to the price of Atripla from major US pharmacies is shown below:

PharmacyPrice (30 tablets)
World Trust Pharmacy   $104.70
Target CVS$2,615.20

Prices from Goodrx June 2018

Atripla in the USA costs $80 per tablet more than Viraday and is therapeutically the same

Viraday - Your definitive guide

Viraday is now available at World Trust Pharmacy for a fraction of the cost of the brand name Atripla. Save 95% on Viraday, even though it is equal in ingredients, formulation, strength and effectiveness to Atripla. Now manufactured by the trusted Cipla Pharmaceuticals of India, generic Atripla is proven to be effective for the treatment of HIV.

What is Viraday?

Viraday is the generic version of Atripla and is made by Cipla. We do not sell the Atripla brand name. Viraday contains 600 mg EFAVIRENZ, 200 mg EMTRICITABINE and 300 mg TENOFOVIR. These are 3 powerful antiretroviral medicines combined in one convenient tablet. These are the same ingredients and formulation that is found in the brand name. Viraday provides the full-strength dosage in each tablet.

An in-depth explanation of how each of these medications work is found here:

Where to order Viraday?

You cannot order Viraday from your typical USA pharmacy since generic Atripla has not yet been approved by the FDA. Instead you will need to find a legal online overseas pharmacy that sells this medication and who requests a valid prescription - such as World Trust Pharmacy.

What is Viraday Cipla used for?

The HIV virus spreads by replicating or making copies of itself inside the body. The medicines in this drug slow the spread of the virus by inhibiting its ability to replicate. The three medications that are included in Viraday each work in similar yet different ways to affect the replication processes of the HIV virus.

Each works by affecting a particular mechanism that is found within the structure of the HIV virus to interrupt the process of duplication. Because of these interruptions, the virus cannot increase in amount and in many cases, lessens. Even though this is the case, it does not prevent the HIV virus from spreading to other cells, it just helps to slow it down.

These effective three medications cause the viral load to decrease. The viral load is the amount if HIV virus that is found in the blood. As the viral load is decreased, symptoms also lessen and there is less risk of the HIV virus progressing to AIDS and other related health issues.

Learn more about viral load and testing here:

Effectiveness of Viraday/Atripla

Viraday contains precisely the same ingredients as Atripla. Clinical studies have shown that the medications used in Viraday are effective in suppressing the reproduction of the HIV virus in the body as revealed in this trial:

Furthermore, some users report that the use of Viraday has dramatically reduced the viral load for HIV as confirmed by medical testing two months after use commenced. In addition, the CD-4 count of some patients rose as well.

These confirmed results are proof that Viraday is an effective treatment for HIV infection.

Don't take our word for it though. We have our own page dedicated to Viraday reviews which has collated real world reviews of Viraday from the worlds best HIV forums by people who are actually using it.

Benefits of taking Atripla generic

The most profound benefit of taking Viraday, is that it is effective in inhibiting the HIV virus from replicating. It lowers the viral load which in turn, may lessen symptoms and helps in the prevention of the development of AIDS.

Viraday is shown in clinical studies to be as effective as Atripla. The use of the ingredients found in these retroviral medications has the potential for building immunity to conditions that cause illness and even death. This is how this drug increases the odds of living longer. This brings with it the chances of living more years with a better quality of life. When there is less of the HIV virus in the blood, health may be improved and symptoms are more likely to be diminished.

To understand the similarities and differences, please see our Viraday vs Atripla page.

Cost benefits

Viraday is far less expensive than the brand name, costing 95% less than Atripla, yet contains the same ingredients and formulation. This makes it affordable for people who are either under insured or uninsured. Buying generic Atripla from India is more affordable than Atripla which can cost more than $2,000 per month for treatment.

Why Cipla of India is so much cheaper?

The reason for the high cost of brand Atripla is due to lack of competition. The patent that the company has on this brand has prevented others from manufacturing it and this made them free to charge whatever price they desired.

Cipla Pharmaceuticals of India is not bound by United States patent laws and can therefore legally manufacture a generic for Atripla with the same ingredients and strength.

The quality of the drugs manufactured at Cipla is no different than the brand name. The intention behind this company is to make a reasonable profit, but to also offer this drug for sale to the people who need it at a cost that is affordable.

There is no corporate greed associated with Viraday and it is offered with a markup that allows the company to profit while placing it into the hands of a larger segment of the population legally. Like ourselves, the Cipla Pharmaceutical company is in a position to charge a much higher price for this medication, but chooses not to.

The goal of the company is to get this potentially life-saving medication into the hands of the people who need it and cannot afford to pay the high cost of Atripla.

Are medicines from India Safe?

There has long been an ongoing debate over the quality and safety of medications not produced in the United States. Generic drugs can be just as effective as the name brand versions.

When in doubt, the best thing that you can do is to compare the ingredients and the formulation or strength. If they are identical, the generic drug will be no different than its higher priced counterpart.

The major difference is that companies in India manufacture their products at a lower cost and do not participate in exorbitant markup practices or have massive brand research and development costs to recoup. Also remember a high percentage of ingredients found in USA brand drugs are actually sourced from cheaper countries such as India and China.

Viraday from India is as safe to take as Atripla, but it is available for a much lower cost.

To find out more about the safety of Indian generics please visit our generic drug blog.

How is this medication taken

This medication is only available with a prescription from a qualified physician. It may be used alone as a complete treatment plan or in conjunction with other HIV treatments. This medication is used for adults and children over the age of 12 who weigh more than 88 pounds. Viraday and Atripla are not cures for HIV. They do not eliminate the virus.

Patients receiving this medication should remain under a doctor's care during the treatment period. This medication should be taken on an empty stomach to ensure maximum absorption.


This medication is dispensed in a fixed dosage. There is no need to make dosage adjustments. One tablet is taken daily throughout the treatment period. Swallow the tablet whole with a glass of water, either two hours after eating a meal or one hour before.

Do not discontinue use unless directed by your physician. Abrupt cessation may cause immunity to retroviral medications and decrease their effectiveness in the prevention of AIDS.

This medicine should be taken at the same time every day and if a dose is missed, you may take it as soon as you remember within 12 hours of the dose missed. Do not double the dosage to make up for a missed dose.

If you are more than 12 hours late in taking this medication, skip the dose and resume with your next regularly scheduled dose. If you overdose, seek emergency medical help right away.

Side effects

Not everyone who takes this medication will experience all the side effects associated with this medication. The most common side effects are nausea, diarrhoea, constipation, vomiting or abdominal pain. Some users have reported symptoms related to the nervous system which include strange dreams, insomnia, dizziness, headache, rash, loss of appetite and anorexia.

Other reported symptoms are feeling sleepy, difficulty concentrating and discolorations of the skin on the neck, legs, waist, breasts, face, palms of the hands, soles of the feet and arms. Relocation of bone mass and body fat which alter body shape have happened to some people using this medication.

Less commonly, users have reported joint pain, aching and weak muscles, numbness and tingling in extremities, vision changes, fever, chills, heart arrhythmia and palpitations, nervousness, coughing, sores that do not heal, bulging eyes and goiter development. Guillain-Barre Syndrome has also occurred with symptoms including slurred speech, difficulty breathing and paralysis.

Other reported reactions

Allergic reactions have happened for some users, as could happen with any medication. Allergic reactions are characterized by swelling in the face, tongue, lips, throat or eyes, difficulty breathing and a rash or hives. The development of any of these symptoms is cause for seeking emergency medical attention immediately.

Lactic acidosis is another medical condition that has developed in some users. Signs of this condition may include muscle weakness, coldness or numbness in arms or legs, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, gas, difficulty breathing, rapid or irregular heartbeat, and weakness are warning signs of this condition.

Liver damage may also occur with hand tremors, sweating, feeling light headed, issues with sleep, irritability, yellowing of skin and eyes, dark urine, loss of appetite and itching. Some symptoms may lessen or go away during the course of treatment. All unusual symptoms should be reported to your health care provider immediately.

Who should not take this medication?

Not everyone is eligible to take this drug. Some people are at a greater risk of side effects than others. Your physician is the best judge of which medications are right for you. Viraday should not be taken by persons under the age of 12 or those who weigh under 88 pounds. Women who are pregnant are not qualified to take this medication because of the risks that it poses to the developing foetus.

Medications that should not be taken with Viraday

This medication should not be taken with Hepsera (adefovir dipivoxil; Combivir, Com;era, Descovy, Emtriva, Epivir, Epivir-HBV; Epsizom, Genvoya;Odefsey, Stribild, Trizivir, Truvada, generic Truvada - Tenvir-EM, Vemlidy, Viread or Sustiva unless your physician recommends the combination of these treatments.

The use of Vfend with Viraday may result in an increase in side effects or cause the medication to lose its effectiveness.

The following prescription medications should not be combined with this medicine, including: Fortovase, Invirases, Biaxin, Noxafil, Sporanox, Victrelis, Olysio or Epclusa.

If you are currently taking any of these medications, ask your doctor if they may be replaced with a similar medication that is safe to take with Viraday.

If you are taking drugs that are in the class of calcium channel blockers, including Tiazac, Cardizem, Isoptin, Covera HS, Crixivan or Selzentry, adjustments in the dosage may be required to decrease potential health hazards while taking Viraday.

Inform you doctor about all medications and supplements that you are currently taking and discuss if there is a need to make dosage adjustments or replace your current medications with drugs that are more compatible with Viraday. Maintain an up to date list of all medications that you take regularly and consult with your doctor or pharmacist before adding a new medicine while taking Viraday.

Diseases which increase the risk of complications with Viraday

Because this medication has the potential for certain side effects, those who currently have certain medical conditions may not be deemed eligible to take this medication.


There is a potential for severe hazard for persons with hepatotoxicity. This includes those with liver disease and alcoholism. Persona with lactic acidosis or severe hepatomegaly with steatosis should only use this drug under the close supervision of a qualified health professional.

Renal Dysfunction

Since Tenofovir is flushed through the body via the kidneys, the risk of acute renal failure increases with its uses. Tenofovir is a drug that is included in the trio of medications that combine to form Viraday. This does not mean that all people with renal dysfunction are ineligible as this is to be determined by the physician. Careful monitoring during treatment is necessary for the prevention of potentially fatal interactions with the disease. The risk of using this drug for persons with renal dysfunction is moderate.

Liver Disease

The potential for hazard is moderate with a high chance of complications for patients with liver disease. Efavironz is the ingredient in Viraday that is metabolized by the liver. This increases the risk of liver failure. Persons with a history of Hepatitis B and or C must be monitored closely throughout the course of treatment and after.

Mental instability

Persons who have a history of psychosis, drug dependence or abuse, alcoholism, depression or other psychiatric disorders are at risk for developing more severe symptoms during treatment. If symptoms worsen, it should be reported to your physician immediately. The risk for increased mental symptoms is moderate with a low probability.


Persons who are prone to seizures are at moderate risk for developing convulsions when taking this medication. Careful monitoring of those who are taking anti-convulsant medications is necessary as plasma levels may become unbalanced.

Bone Toxicity

Persons who have Vitamin D deficiencies, Osteoporosis or related health issues are at a moderate risk for further impacts when taking this medication. Tenofovir is the ingredient that has the potential for causing the bones to grow abnormally, leading to the potential of disfigurement.

Persons at risk may take this medication with the permission of their physician, but bone density should be closely monitored.

Do the benefits of taking this medication outweigh the risks?

People who live with HIV are given the opportunity to slow the progression of the virus and prevent the development of AIDS through the use of Viraday. It offers the potential for granting a longer and healthier life for some users. Although it is not a cure for HIV, it offers the benefits of a boost in immune cells that ward off illness and diseases which could have life threatening impacts.

This medication is a tool for managing HIV infection and it has the potential to improve health, but there are also potentially serious risks that go with this as well as any health supplement or medication. The benefits are immense, but only you and your physician can make the decision about whether or not Viraday is the right choice for your treatment plan.

Your doctor will take into account your health history and current health condition prior to making this determination.

Viraday is the solution to the problem of expensive HIV treatment medications

The cost of medical services is constantly on the rise. Even those who are covered by major medical insurance plans find themselves struggling to pay the out of pocket costs. Until recently, there were no alternatives to the expensive retroviral medicines that showed promise for extending the lives of people with HIV.

Charging a price of thousands of dollars per month for treatment put this much-needed solution out of the reach of hundreds of thousands who could benefit from using it.

World Trust Pharmacy sells Viraday at the low cost of $105 per month.

Why World Trust Pharmacy?

World Trust Pharmacy is a trusted provider of high quality generic medications. By working with Cipla Pharmaceuticals of India, the prices are far lower and this enables the company to pass the savings on to you, the consumer.

FREE Delivery is guaranteed with free tracking throughout the world. Products are delivered via the United States Postal Service in the United States and we regularly ship to other countries such as New Zealand, Italy, Singapore and the Philippines,

Our generic products save you up to 95% of what you would pay from other vendors. We maintain low prices because we're not greedy.

All of our medications are fully approved so you can rest assured that your purchases are completely legal. We are a fully licensed pharmacy supplier.

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Viraday: Product information

US Brand nameATRIPLA
Strength600 MG / 200MG / 300MG
Delivery timeIN STOCK: 7 - 10 DAYS

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