For me the decision was an easy one. I went “all-in” and aimed for the good allergy tablets, since I was out of my prescribed allergy medicine. Choosing the “good ones” probably doesn’t mean top-brand or world-class.
Just another small everyday example of the amazingly wide range of qualities in India.
The Indian market is extremely price sensitive. High quality is not the most important selection criteria for most people.
-Think about it when buy something, or you might end up with a very cheap, though fake safety belt in your car. It exist, and I have used it.
-It is also worth thinking about if you are planning to sell something to the enormous Indian market. What happens If you are making good ones and the market actually want the simple ones?