Travel with medicines
Often travelers bring with them medicines prescribed by a doctor or just familiar to them, because they are not sure that they will be able to buy similar ones in local pharmacies. Be very careful about the medications that you take with you on the road. In Georgia, the composition of all medicines that are in your Luggage is strictly checked when crossing the border. There is a large list of substances that can not be transported to the country, even as part of combined drugs. Among them codeine, nicodicodine, norcodeine, pholcodeine, Ethylmorphine, ephedrine, norephedrine, pseudoephedrine and others. Of course, any narcotic or psychotropic drugs are prohibited.
If a medicine containing a substance prohibited in Georgia has been officially prescribed to you by a doctor, bring the original prescription and, ideally, the original packaging. Before you travel, read the rules for importing medicines to Georgia on the website of the Ministry of health