Here the law of Denmark concerning the importation of medicines
Danish Medicines Agency
Order on private imports of medicinen
Pursuant to § 39 paragraph. 4 and § 104 paragraph. 2 of Law no. 1180 of 12 December 2005 on medicinal products is established:
§ 1. This Order shall apply to personal imports of medicinal products.
PCS. 2. This Order does not include veterinarians importation of drugs that are covered by the Order on veterinarians importation of drugs.
§ 2. For individuals means any natural person, including doctors, dentists and veterinarians.
§ 3. Individuals may not import medicines, unless otherwise provided in this Order.
Upon entry into Denmark
§ 4. Individuals can for personal use for disease prevention or treatment when entering bring legally purchased drugs intended for human use.
PCS. 2. From countries that are not members of the European Union or covered by the EEA Agreement, may be maximum allowed drugs for three months' consumption.
When shipping to Denmark
§ 5. Individuals can for personal use for disease prevention or treatment import legally acquired pharmaceutical products intended for human use per. postal, courier shipping and similar from countries that are members of the European Union or covered by the EEA Agreement.
§ 6. Medicines containing narcotic substances listed in Appendix A of Order on narcotics, must not be introduced unless the Danish Medicines Agency in exceptional circumstances and under specified conditions permission, cf. Order on narcotics.
§ 7. Drugs containing narcotic substances listed in Appendix B, C, D or E in order on drugs may be imported only in quantities corresponding to a maximum of 14 days of consumption, and only under the conditions set out in § 4 , PCS. First
PCS. 2. A traveler resident of a country that has acceded to the Schengen Convention, however, may bring in paragraph. 1 drugs mentioned in amounts corresponding to a maximum of 30 days. When there are special reasons for it, the traveler correctly able to prove that the drugs be used by the person to the disease prevention or treatment. The Schengen Convention mentioned in Article 75 certificate is considered proper documentation When you bring in original and issued by the competent authority in the traveler's country of residence.
§ 8. When special reasons for it, a private person by Authorities, as a condition for import of medicinal products referred to. § 4, § 5 and § 7, paragraph. 1, required documentation in the form of a written statement from a doctor about the drug to be used by that person to the disease prevention or treatment. The declaration must be countersigned by the competent authority of the country which has granted physician authorization. Authority shall by endorsement confirm that statement issuer is a doctor.
D exemptions have been granted
§ 9. Medicines Agency may, provided that exceptional circumstances warrant it, allow private operators to introduce drugs to a greater extent than what is stated in
§ 4, § 5 and § 7, paragraph. First
Criminal and entry into force
§ 10. Penalty that violate § 3rd
PCS. 2. There may be incurred by companies etc. (Legal persons) under the rules of the Penal Code Chapter 5.
§ 11. This Order shall enter into force on 17 December 2005.
PCS. 2. Order no. 171 of 19 March 2001 on private imports of drugs repealed.
Danish Medicines Agency, December 7, 2005
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