Itens de importação proibida com Shipito

Caros leitores a lista abaixo é uma lista retirada do site do Shipito , nesta lista estão as mercadorias de importação proibida com Shipito  para o Brasil , procure sempre conhecer a lista para evitar problemas com mercadorias que não podem ser enviadas por restrições das empresas de logística .O texto está em inglês mas eu acho que vocês  não vão ter problemas para entender , se não entenderem existe uma ferramenta neste site  de tradução na parte superior a direita  que pode ser usada.


Banknotes; currency notes; paper money; securities payable to bearer; and traveler’s checks.
Coins; manufactured and unmanufactured platinum, gold, and silver; precious stones; jewels; expensive jewelry; and other valuable articles.
Commercial samples that promote tobacco products or smoking-related merchandise.
Commercial shipments that contain cigarettes, cigarillos, cigars, loose and packaged tobacco, pipes, and other smoking devices.
Medicines whose formulas are not listed in the official pharmacopeias or not licensed by the Brazilian Department of Public Health.
Perishable infectious biological substances.
Perishable noninfectious biological substances.
Playing cards.
Poniards, stilettos, poniard blades; canes, umbrellas, or any other articles containing swords, daggers, or guns; handcuffs, and blackjacks.
Primary educational books not written in Portuguese.
Radioactive materials.
Regulation arms and munitions of Brazil and parts. Air guns. Reducing tubes and silencers for firearms.
Salted or smoked meat, and other foodstuffs of animal origin.
Seeds and seedlings of coffee, shrubs.
Used consumer goods (See Observation #5 for exception).


The maximum value of a GXG shipment to BRAZIL is $2,499 or a lesser amount if limited by content or value.
Medicines must be accompanied by a prescription from the attendant Brazilian doctor. This prescription should be on a chemist’s form, bearing the name, private address or office of the doctor, his registration number with the Brazil National Medical Council and a Portuguese translation of the instructions, as necessary. Postal packages containing medicaments and not satisfying the above-mentioned conditions will be returned to the senders or, if abandoned, treated as undeliverable items.
Postage stamps are admitted only in registered shipments.
Saccharine and other artificial sweeteners for artificial beverages require permission from the Brazilian Department of Public Health for importation.


1. Import licenses are required for many kinds of goods and senders should ascertain from the addressee before mailing that the necessary documents are held.
2. Imports are allowed by mail, including mail order catalog shipments, up to a value of U.S. $500 (U.S. $1000 for computer software) without the requirement of an import license provided the item is not for resale. Shipments valued at no more than U.S. $50 are duty free and are delivered to the addressee; shipments above U.S. $50 can be picked up at the post office upon payment of import duties. Imports that are prohibited or subject to special regulations must comply with applicable Brazilian government provisions. Identical shipments from the same source to the same person or address in Brazil within a 90 day period are considered part of the same shipment and may be subject to confiscation. Other merchandise that usually enters duty free includes items such as newspapers, maps, books, and magazines.
3. Shipments for which an import permit has not been issued are considered contraband and confiscated.
4. Used consumer goods may only be sent to charitable organizations that are recognized by the Brazilian government as being entities which serve the public interest.

Following items are prohibited from Air Transport

If you have anything from the list below in your package, Air shipping methods (USPS, FedEx, Shipito Airmail) cannot be used. Please select Sea/Ground shipping method, or contact us for assistance.


  • Gun Powder including black powder and percussion caps
  • Flares

Explosive Materials

  • Blasting Caps
  • Dynamite
  • Fireworks
  • Flares (in any form)
  • Hand Grenades
  • Plastic Explosives
  • Realistic Replicas of Explosives

Flammable Items

  • Aerosol
  • Fuels (including cooking fuels and any flammable liquid fuel)
  • Gasoline
  • Gas Torches
  • Lighter Fluid
  • Common lighters (with fuel)
  • Torch Lighters
  • Matches of any kind
  • Flammable Paints
  • Turpentine and Paint Thinner
  • Realistic Replicas of Incendiaries

Disabling Chemicals and Other Dangerous Items

  • Chlorine for Pools and Spas
  • Fire extinguishers and other compressed gas cylinders
  • Liquid Bleach
  • Spillable Batteries – except those in wheelchairs
  • Spray Paint
  • Tear Gas – Self Defense Sprays containing more than 2% by mass of Tear Gas (CS or CN).
  • Vehicle Airbags

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