No. There are some online tools that claim to detect whether or not a site is in the sandbox, but they are as controversial as the sandbox theories.
Originally Posted by tessaalfred
If the link you posted points to your site, you are dealing with a market that is highly competitive and not looked upon kindly by Google. Google has some very strict AdWords rules regarding pharmacy sites, which shows that they do not like them very much. I worked on a pharmacy project with a client for several months and it is very difficult to achieve good rankings in that market. Make sure that your content is unique on every page. Most pharmacy sites steal content form other sites and they will never rank well due to the duplicate content filters. The client that I worked with had over 100 pharmacy sites, each with a different design, but all with the same content.
BTW, Norton AntiVirus gives your site a clean rating (no malware), but WOT (install the Web of Trust plugin) blocks the site and gives it a very poor reputation rating.
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