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loratidine 10mg tablets £7.94 for 9x30 tablets @ chemist direct (88p for 30 tablets) and free delivery

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This is the best deal I could find for loratidine which is a clarityn equivalent just non branded. It is much cheaper than any high street price. My husband and I use it daily over hayfever season so
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livreg
Non drowsy as opposed to cetirizine.
Also causes liver problems, mine was like a balloon after 2 years+ use for rhinitis. Severe back pain over 2 years turned out to be enlarged liver, discontinued and within a week pain started getting better.
Heat OP.
The Cetrizine caused the problems you experienced, or this Loratadine? Or do you mean all anti-histamines? Did you use anything else to control your symptoms instead?
Cetrizine, nasty stuff, its side effects are higher than this stuff.
I use Flixonase now, £15 private prescription or nhs...you are best treating at source not via pills that go through your body, but tablets are cheaper for the NHS. Insist on the spray and treat the area not the whole body.
Flixonase Aqueous Nasal Spray
(I get it free in Scotland :))
But like most things what doesn't suit one person may suit another :|
The specialist I had on my liver stated the amount of people she had seen it turns out are taking anti-his tablets is very high, it was also her who stated it is cost over local treatment of the area with sprays. This was the top liver consultant in my trust. GP's pay for your prescription out their budget not a general NHS budget, GP's surgeries by most are private companies outsourced by NHS funding.
GP's keep costs down which can add further health issues later.
My liver was so bad I was repeatedly asked about my booze intake, which is low, when I got cranky about the continued asking was insinuating I was lying, the specialist looked at my prescription meds, cheap anti-his tablets and cheapest asthma tablets and inhalers.
I now am on the most expensive asthma treatment Seretide 250 inhaler and Flixonase. The cost to the nhs is massive in comparison, the improvement to my health even more massive.
A GP/NHS specialist is not god, I had to go private many times because their failures, failures were based on cost not best treatment, cheapest treatment.
G.P.s should not be paid £100K plus, but that's down to governments of the past. It's almost sickening that these jack of all trades master of none/some get paid this absurd amount of money.
I still of course trust science >http://coolinginflammation.blogspot.co.uk/
I'm quite skeptical of anyone that seemingly deals in absolutes such as diet and gut bacteria is the cause of and solution to all disease. Also apparently obesity is contagious?!
The USA government spent $115 million on The Human Microbiome project. The human body has 23,000 genes, the microbiome many many times that, research indicates that the bacteria genes affect human health. We are 10% human 90% bacteria is the tag line, probably not entirely true. Anyway the research is out there, the microbiome makes chemicals that are essential to humans, we live in synergy with the bacteria. The microbiome is quite amazing and yet we know relatively little about it. So far our research has found many amazing things about the microbiome such as two way communication between innate human and bacteria.
Check the qualifications of Dr Ayers, he's not a quack.
I wasn't questioning his credentials, but a couple of things do raise some red flags, I was questioning some of the assertions and conclusions. A lot of the posts that I looked at suggest to me that the microbiome is essentially a panacea.
It's looking likely that the microbiome is important but this is a rapidly developing field. It's certainly interesting and could lead to some new treatments and guidelines but we can't jump to too many conclusions, at least not yet.
On the other hand maybe I'm just hoping that daily frozen stool pills won't become a recommendation. :)

You're right it's not a panacea, it won't cure inherent genetic defects, however trying to adopt the healthiest microbiome that science currently knows about is a good place to start. Also in terms of obesity being contagious, that's a tongue in cheek line I'm sure. Science has transplanted the microbiome of mice that are afraid and mice that aren't and the transplanted mice took on the behavioral characteristics of the other mice. Anyway it's an exciting and emerging science and there's so much for us to discover. It's certain that the microbiome is essential and modification of it affects health.
wendy_fryer21
Suffer with allergies all year round, so take one every day. Very grateful. Best value I've had to date on Loratadine.
seaniboy
yrreb88
seaniboy
fishmaster
seaniboy
ndksamb
seaniboy
jans
seaniboy
livreg
Non drowsy as opposed to cetirizine.
Also causes liver problems, mine was like a balloon after 2 years+ use for rhinitis. Severe back pain over 2 years turned out to be enlarged liver, discontinued and within a week pain started getting better.
Heat OP.
The Cetrizine caused the problems you experienced, or this Loratadine? Or do you mean all anti-histamines? Did you use anything else to control your symptoms instead?
Cetrizine, nasty stuff, its side effects are higher than this stuff.
I use Flixonase now, £15 private prescription or nhs...you are best treating at source not via pills that go through your body, but tablets are cheaper for the NHS. Insist on the spray and treat the area not the whole body.
Flixonase Aqueous Nasal Spray
(I get it free in Scotland :))
But like most things what doesn't suit one person may suit another :|
The specialist I had on my liver stated the amount of people she had seen it turns out are taking anti-his tablets is very high, it was also her who stated it is cost over local treatment of the area with sprays. This was the top liver consultant in my trust. GP's pay for your prescription out their budget not a general NHS budget, GP's surgeries by most are private companies outsourced by NHS funding.
GP's keep costs down which can add further health issues later.
My liver was so bad I was repeatedly asked about my booze intake, which is low, when I got cranky about the continued asking was insinuating I was lying, the specialist looked at my prescription meds, cheap anti-his tablets and cheapest asthma tablets and inhalers.
I now am on the most expensive asthma treatment Seretide 250 inhaler and Flixonase. The cost to the nhs is massive in comparison, the improvement to my health even more massive.
A GP/NHS specialist is not god, I had to go private many times because their failures, failures were based on cost not best treatment, cheapest treatment.
G.P.s should not be paid £100K plus, but that's down to governments of the past. It's almost sickening that these jack of all trades master of none/some get paid this absurd amount of money.
I still of course trust science >http://coolinginflammation.blogspot.co.uk/


Also the amount of allergens in ready made food EVEN healthy marketed, soya/egg is in most breads these days...

A flavouring called MSG has its own E number...proven to cause heart related issues, can be listed as its E number or mono sodium glutamate.


You are what you eat, spend a hour in the supermarket buying your usual stuff with a smartphone in hand googling
ingredients, sugar tax ? tip of the iceberg.

The NHS is falling to bits because we are all eating poisons to the human body.



I think your treatments are more powerful so an improvement isn't surprising but good to hear. Stronger treatments aren't used immediately usually because they have more side effects and not simply cost. If you have an infection, you don't immediately get prescribed the most powerful and expensive antibiotic available. Your treatments contains steroids and small amounts of these will enter your bloodstream so it's not an entirely localised therapy. I don't see why cheaper inhalers and basic antihistamines could cause much liver damage and if so then any more than other treatments. I think they can be an issue if you already have liver damage or decreased liver function.

MSG likely isn't a significant issue in the vast majority of people as an E number is a substance that has been thoroughly tested. Vitamin C is another E number. Glutamatic acid is naturally found in foods like tomatoes and Parmesan. Glutamic acid is an amino acid which is found in most proteins and cells in your body. Googling ingredients can potentially lead to a variety of misinformation and scary sounding articles.


Putting me on down to a weak asthma inhaler controller and tablets was cost - using my ventolin for 20-30 a day on top. NHS overruled my private treatment and my health went into decline. I fought and fought 3 years to get my Seretide back, no go. Got my private files sent to surgery again and said "prescribe or sue... Your choice" needless to say I walked out with Seretide reinstated to this day, this was after the liver issue. Never a liver issue before or since.
seaniboy
yrreb88
seaniboy
fishmaster
seaniboy
ndksamb
seaniboy
jans
seaniboy
livreg
Non drowsy as opposed to cetirizine.
Also causes liver problems, mine was like a balloon after 2 years+ use for rhinitis. Severe back pain over 2 years turned out to be enlarged liver, discontinued and within a week pain started getting better.
Heat OP.
The Cetrizine caused the problems you experienced, or this Loratadine? Or do you mean all anti-histamines? Did you use anything else to control your symptoms instead?
Cetrizine, nasty stuff, its side effects are higher than this stuff.
I use Flixonase now, £15 private prescription or nhs...you are best treating at source not via pills that go through your body, but tablets are cheaper for the NHS. Insist on the spray and treat the area not the whole body.
Flixonase Aqueous Nasal Spray
(I get it free in Scotland :))
But like most things what doesn't suit one person may suit another :|
The specialist I had on my liver stated the amount of people she had seen it turns out are taking anti-his tablets is very high, it was also her who stated it is cost over local treatment of the area with sprays. This was the top liver consultant in my trust. GP's pay for your prescription out their budget not a general NHS budget, GP's surgeries by most are private companies outsourced by NHS funding.
GP's keep costs down which can add further health issues later.
My liver was so bad I was repeatedly asked about my booze intake, which is low, when I got cranky about the continued asking was insinuating I was lying, the specialist looked at my prescription meds, cheap anti-his tablets and cheapest asthma tablets and inhalers.
I now am on the most expensive asthma treatment Seretide 250 inhaler and Flixonase. The cost to the nhs is massive in comparison, the improvement to my health even more massive.
A GP/NHS specialist is not god, I had to go private many times because their failures, failures were based on cost not best treatment, cheapest treatment.
G.P.s should not be paid £100K plus, but that's down to governments of the past. It's almost sickening that these jack of all trades master of none/some get paid this absurd amount of money.
I still of course trust science >http://coolinginflammation.blogspot.co.uk/


Also the amount of allergens in ready made food EVEN healthy marketed, soya/egg is in most breads these days...

A flavouring called MSG has its own E number...proven to cause heart related issues, can be listed as its E number or mono sodium glutamate.


You are what you eat, spend a hour in the supermarket buying your usual stuff with a smartphone in hand googling
ingredients, sugar tax ? tip of the iceberg.

The NHS is falling to bits because we are all eating poisons to the human body.



I think your treatments are more powerful so an improvement isn't surprising but good to hear. Stronger treatments aren't used immediately usually because they have more side effects and not simply cost. If you have an infection, you don't immediately get prescribed the most powerful and expensive antibiotic available. Your treatments contains steroids and small amounts of these will enter your bloodstream so it's not an entirely localised therapy. I don't see why cheaper inhalers and basic antihistamines could cause much liver damage and if so then any more than other treatments. I think they can be an issue if you already have liver damage or decreased liver function.

MSG likely isn't a significant issue in the vast majority of people as an E number is a substance that has been thoroughly tested. Vitamin C is another E number. Glutamatic acid is naturally found in foods like tomatoes and Parmesan. Glutamic acid is an amino acid which is found in most proteins and cells in your body. Googling ingredients can potentially lead to a variety of misinformation and scary sounding articles.


Putting me on down to a weak asthma inhaler controller and tablets was cost - using my ventolin for 20-30 a day on top. NHS overruled my private treatment and my health went into decline. I fought and fought 3 years to get my Seretide back, no go. Got my private files sent to surgery again and said "prescribe or sue... Your choice" needless to say I walked out with Seretide reinstated to this day, this was after the liver issue. Never a liver issue before or since.
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These are 66p for 30 in the pharmacy at my local hospital
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Half price delivery £1.75 if spending under £40. Chemist Direct. £1.75.

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Had an email from Chemist direct. Half price delivery! Usually £3.49 spending under £40. That's the only thing stopping me ordering...until now.
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I just ordered some gaviscon advance x60 tablets from chemist-4-u.com cheapest I could find including tracked delivery!

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Rich44
Nice just ordered a bottle of codeine syrup the cheap delivery makes it worth bothering, good stuff!
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CB12 Safe Breath 1L - £13.50 + £3.49 del 4-6% Quidco cashback @ Chemist Direct

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Haven't tried this before but have ordered myself to see if the expense was worth the hype and so sharing for any fellow garlic lovers! They say on the Chemist Direct website that it's 50% off RRP, b…
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TheForsh
Mouthwash. I have absolutely rancid breath no matter what i do about it. This stuff has come the closest to a cure out of everything I've tried. Definitely worth a go and incredible price. I will add that because it is such an expensive product there are a lot of fakes out there. Make sure the bottle is properly sealed.
wilson1973
Is it toothpaste?
VincentGO
Used to buy those small bottles but got few of these 1L bottles at around these price in Amazon previously. This is def a good deal.
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Skins Extra large Condoms 25p + £3.49 p&p @ Chemist Direct £3.74

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FREE P&P with £40 spend. Saw the other deal for 12 and was sure I had seen them cheaper else where. Other skins condoms 20p from Chemist Direct. P&P can be high if you are not spending £40 for free de…
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GuyFawk
do they have any in Extra small?
You could tie a knot in the end
TurboMelon
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GuyFawk
do they have any in Extra small?


​It's not necessarily all about the size of things... its what u can do with it that matters!! :p


​Precisely. I can draw with mine.
Pinksparkles1973
DEEKYBOY
Bought in bulk. One packet . Good to go for the next three years .....


​PMSL! :D
Pinksparkles1973
GuyFawk
do they have any in Extra small?


​It's not necessarily all about the size of things... its what u can do with it that matters!! :p
Pinksparkles1973
Haha wait for all the guy comments along the lines of "Great, just what I needed, always struggle to find them in my size" ;)
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30 Loratadine hayfever tablets under 3p each at Chemist Direct - 79p a pack + £3.49 delivery (free over £40) £4.28

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I've been suffering recently with hayfever and found these after seeing the prices in boots. Loratadine seems to help me a lot! Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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Baileybear
I bought these today in my local chemist for £2.99
RiverDragon8
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hayfever-time-again-loratadine-clarityn-substitute-from-79p-with-free-delivery-chemist-2181122
Next time a deal like this appears you should snap up 6,12,18.... packs, for me i only need 2 packs for the hayfever season so i still have 2 more years worth.
mikejpaton
They have a 3 pack bundle but still not as cheap as you mentioned. Anyway, compared to the brands in the shop, this is a steal :)
amour3k
RiverDragon8
Bought these over 2 months ago 6 packs for £4.48 delivered from the same place.

Amen to that!.
When Hayfever Season is NOT in full swing yet then DEALS GALORE! .. BUT the minute Hayfever Season HITS!, then ..... :-(
Lol.
RiverDragon8
Bought these over 2 months ago 6 packs for £4.48 delivered from the same place.
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Up to 75% off Various slimming aids @ Chemist Direct

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Various slimming aid products are currently reduced @ Chemist Direct
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How about eat less move around more
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Chlorhexidine Mouthwash Mint 300ml - £1.75 @ Chemist Direct with FREE delivery using code

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Generic Corsodyl treatment. Chlorhexidine Mouthwash Mint containing Chlorhexidine Gluconate is used to treat gingivitis (swelling, redness, and bleeding of the gums). By helping to keep your gums hea…
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This stuff saved me after a dry socket that required 3 hospital visits; on the other hand - it's not designed to be used every day long term? Use it for 2-3 weeks / 1 month to get rid of germs and then go back to normal mouthwash. Then after 12 months or so do another month course.
hasani007
This or retardex/ultradex?
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Jonsmyname
for clarity, I work for the company who make the premium alternative (Corsodyl) and this does indeed stain your teeth after 4 weeks.
This is a MEDICATED product and should only be used when you have gum disease and bleeding gums. Only use for a maximum of 4 weeks and if your gums still continue to have a problem, please visit a dentist.
Premium, maybe only in price, it's exactly the same
I believe this doesn't stain your teeth itself, but some food/drink can stain your teeth if using it, i.e tea and coffee
Yeh, clever clogs. I don't care what YOU believe. But it does stain your teeth.
The brownish discoloration of teeth and tongue is due to the disintegration of bacterialmembranes, leading to the denaturation of bacterial proteins.[11] At the same time,disulfide functions are reduced to thiol functions[12] that form dark complexes with iron(III) ions found in saliva.[13]

Chlorhexadine does stain your teeth. I was on Chlorhexadine mouth wash for about a year, I had to use it 3 times a day while I had a bone marrow failure. My teeth like looked like smokers teeth. The good news is that it does come off eventually. I still have staining in between the teeth which I need to get a dentist to clean
dataload
place more than one order and recommend yourself to get a £5 code, which is worth more than the free delivery
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6.3% TCB, and 10% discount for new customers (can't get 10% discount with FDEASTER), but get free delivery as standard for £40 order.
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Hayfever Time Again? Loratadine (Clarityn Substitute) from 79p with FREE delivery @ Chemist Direct

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First day of sunshine here yesterday and already I can feel the hayfever symptoms starting! Used this last year and have to say it did the job... Free delivery from Chemist Direct today only using cod…
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http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hayfever-time-again-loratadine-clarityn-substitute-from-79p-with-free-delivery-chemist-2181122
Next time a deal like this appears you should snap up 6,12,18.... packs, for me i only need 2 packs for the hayfever season so i still have 2 more years worth.

The current 6 pack deal is cheaper than that...

http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/allergy-hayfever-relief-180-days-clarityn-substitute/prd-s2j
Quadrille
frds
just drink 2 glasses of water every morning that wil soon-within 2/3 days kill off hayfever.
Homeopathy doesn't cure ANYTHING. All the 'glass of water' cure proves is that you never had hay fever. Maybe a mild cold?

Edited By: Quadrille on Apr 09, 2015 09:18
Quadrille
MAdam98
But of course, usually Clarityn is more effective. As proven in clinical studies. Premium brands are more effective, despite containing the exact same formulation

Yeah? Which clinical studies? Or did you make that up?
yrreb88
Livvismum
Quadrille
Livvismum
Not all generics and brands are the same in finished product. Although the active ingredient will be the same. The base compounds used are not identical. That is why they can have varying effectiveness/side effects depending how an individual breaks down the additives.
That is true for about 1 in 1000 drugs: in most there is no difference, in some there could be a negligable difference - even then, not enough variation to affect most people, and certainly not enough to justify paying 5x the price - at least until you've tried it.
You are quoting a rumour spread by the big boys to scam people into overpaying. Next, you'll be telling me Wetherspoon only sells cheap beer because it's approaching its sell-by date. Never rely on tha Daily Mail for health information, they live by selling new dictionaries after telling people that the word 'gullible' shouldn't be there.
I neither read the Daily Mail nor am I gullible. My knowledge comes from the 30+ years as a pharmacist. I certainly am not in the pocket of any drug company or in the habit of repeating rumours by any "big boys".

No offence but you probably know that generics have to be shown to be bioequivalent to their branded counterparts, unlike in the US afaik. There are only a handful of medicines, such as epilipsy medicines, which have slight differences between the brands and generic version so there's no need for concern with generics unless your GP or prescriber tells you otherwise. For a common OTC drug like this, generics are the obvious choice and really aren't a concern in terms of absorption and efficacy.

I think you were both referring to slightly different points and are just sort of splitting hairs now. :D
Quadrille
Livvismum
Not all generics and brands are the same in finished product. Although the active ingredient will be the same. The base compounds used are not identical. That is why they can have varying effectiveness/side effects depending how an individual breaks down the additives.

That is true for about 1 in 1000 drugs: in most there is no difference, in some there could be a negligable difference - even then, not enough variation to affect most people, and certainly not enough to justify paying 5x the price - at least until you've tried it.

You are quoting a rumour spread by the big boys to scam people into overpaying. Next, you'll be telling me Wetherspoon only sells cheap beer because it's approaching its sell-by date. Never rely on tha Daily Mail for health information, they live by selling new dictionaries after telling people that the word 'gullible' shouldn't be there.


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cod liver oil 1000mg 180 soft capsules from Chemist Direct £5.83 plus £3.49 delivery £9.32

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cod liver oil 1000mg 180 soft capsules from Chemist Direct £5.83 plus £3.49 delivery If you spend over £40 then it is free delivery. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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Don't bother with this **** , get some krill oil from myprotein
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Affiliated to Sports Direct? ;)
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Allergy & Hayfever Relief Tablets (Zirtek Equivalent) x 6 packs of 30 - £6.72 @ chemistdirect

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30 One A Day Hayfever & Allergy Relief Tablets contain Cetirizine which is the same active ingredient found in Zirtek, and can be used to prevent and treat allergic conditions such as hayfever and all…
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I always buy these, very effective and cheap as chips!
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Delivery £3.49.
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cheers my hubby has to buy them but Its the 30mg ones he has
These are prescription only, you can't buy 30mg codeine.
yes when i say buy i mean he buys the prescription and considering this is lower than prescription cost thats why i asked lol

He should try out local pharmacy, my hubby went to get his prescription cocodamol and the girl said oh it's cheaper to buy it, sold him it and refunded him for his previous prescription to!! Ooops!
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vikkiforbes18
cheers my hubby has to buy them but Its the 30mg ones he has
These are prescription only, you can't buy 30mg codeine.
yes when i say buy i mean he buys the prescription and considering this is lower than prescription cost thats why i asked lol


Edited By: vikkiforbes18 on Mar 19, 2015 12:09
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vikkiforbes18
cheers my hubby has to buy them but Its the 30mg ones he has
These are prescription only, you can't buy 30mg codeine.
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vikkiforbes18
cheers my hubby has to buy them but Its the 30mg ones he has
my God that's enough to kill a horse LoL
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cheers my hubby has to buy them but Its the 30mg ones he has
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Exocin Eye Drops 5ml £2.82 @ Chemistdirect

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Willys eye drops
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To purchase this item, you must have a valid prescription.

You need to post your prescription to us before we can send it to you
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Lipzor-cold sore device £15.50 +£3.49 del @ Chemistdirect

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Looks like it gets good reviews on Amazon and its a bit cheaper.... http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lipzor-Light-Device-for-Coldsores/dp/B005PWFQJ8#customerReviews Theres also 10% off for new customers and 5%…
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cnewlol
This stuff smells nice and does the job, however, it looks like your coldsore is weeping like a good'un when you put it on as it doesn't dry very quickly at all

Is a good product though! (Got mine for free a month or so back when they gave out a code)

Edited By: cnewlol on Feb 02, 2015 22:41
stealth666
Mmm.... anyone else had a cold sore lately... I'm not a sufferer but last week I has a mega blister top and bottom.... seen other folks with 'em!
lucyferror
Hmm interesting
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Huggies Pull Ups Night Time Potty Training Pants £2.49 plus £3.49 p&p on Chemist Direct £5.98

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Cheapest I've seen them at £2.49 (RRP £4.99) at Chemist Direct, cheapest online from what I can tell. Huggies Pull Ups Night Time Potty Training Pants Girls Size Small (14 pack). Delivery is free on…
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Bad deal
jlb15
Plus if you sign up to huggies for a free sample they give you 2× £1 off vouchers making them £1.50 a pack ;)
Alphy31
Around same price at tesco and Asda as baby & toddler event going on
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charl420
£2.50 tesco and no need to get them post. £5.98 is expensive!!!
Agree £2.50 at tesco have few weeks in baby event. Never pay full price for these
charl420
£2.50 tesco and no need to get them post. £5.98 is expensive!!!
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Kids Ibuprofen Suspension 100mg/5ml £1.05 Delivered @ Chemist Direct

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Even cheaper than supermarket ownbrands and does exactly the same thing. My kids prefer the flavour of this one as well! Code for free delivery - freedel23 Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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Are there any current free delivery codes please?
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Can't ask for a better price
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Good to hear some people got some! I always find myself buying it full price at the nearest supermarket when my children come down with something. Now I have a small supply! Pig69, I don't think ibuprofen has a sedative effect! Pasanda, I don't remember having to sign up before viewing the site, only to make a purchase.
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I have an issue with any site or company that won't even let me look at their products with signing up first. Cold from me, because of the seller.
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Magdelena Luczak approves this product as Children's Nytol.
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100 Cotton wool balls only 44p at chemist direct, free delivery for 26/01 today only

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100 cotton wool balls for only 44p, free delivery with code freedel23 for today only, otherwise £3.49 or is free for orders over £30. quidco cash back also Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
ssgczc Avatarssgczc1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago4 Comments
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Mujibear
Superdrug are doing buy 1 get 1 half price on their own brand products.

They have 300 pack cotton wool balls for £1.59. So you'll get 2 packs (600 cotton balls) for £2.38. Works out to be 40 pence per 100 :)

Free click and collect or free delivery over £10.

I usually wait on the 3 for £3 deals though. I've not tried the ones from Chemist Direct so can not comment on the quality but I have tried Tesco's and Boots and prefer the Superdrug ones.
19DembaBa19
Tesco are doing 3for2 on cotton wools at the moment so if you have Tesco near you buy it from them

Cotton large wools pack of 300 is £2.20 buy 3 pack for £4.40 that's 900 cotton wools works out £1.47 per pack that's 100 cotton wools for 48p so it's 4p extra but quality is better that's my opinion but this deal isn't bad so heat added and you can never have enough wools in you so ordered 2 thanks
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simplyjimbo
Thanks for your deal. I've added the image for you :)
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simplyjimbo
Thanks for your deal. I've added the image for you :)
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Bioconcepts Glucosamine 60 tablets 60p Free Delivery with code @ Chemist Direct

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See website for Blurb Apparently good for joints. Tablets. Not capsules so no gelatin so should be suitable for vegetarians (can someone confirm please?) CODE: FREEDEL23 (credit goes to stvoritel for
mu7861 Avatarmu78611y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago21 Comments
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bradwrx
Same as above for me I ordered 5 packs, and got refunded along with that message lol, never mind makes for a good rattle
xcloose
Received the pills this morning... then just got this email from them

Good Afternoon,

Thank you for your recent order with Chemist Direct,

It is with regret to inform you that the Bioconcepts Glucosamine 250mg 60's you have purchased are short dated this should have been advertised on the website, however a system error occurred. The products are due to expire on the 31st of January 2015, we would advise you dispose of the item. We sincerely apologise to you for the inconvenience this may have caused, I can confirm a refund has been processed for the item value and this shall be within your account in the next 1-5 working days. If you have any questions regarding this issue please do not hesitate to contact us on 0121 541 1800 Our phone lines are open 8.30AM to 7.00PM Monday to Friday and 9.00AM to 5.00PM Saturday.

Kind Regards, Customer Service Team, Chemist Direct.
arachnoid
Another £5 off code if anybody wants one CS6CFK6QFANVKBPW
lacamilla
arachnoid
For the next person wanting a £5 off code here is one I just received CSHRDU7XGDLUDV9F dont forget to say its been used.Orders must be over £5 to use it and postage will be charged as only one code can be used, Ill post any more that transpire
Can I have one please? This one's used already. Shame they cannot be combined :)
arachnoid
For the next person wanting a £5 off code here is one I just received CSHRDU7XGDLUDV9F dont forget to say its been used.Orders must be over £5 to use it and postage will be charged as only one code can be used, Ill post any more that transpire

Edited By: arachnoid on Jan 25, 2015 21:47
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Hydrogen Peroxide Solution 3% 89p @ Chemist Direct

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Few days ago I have asked a question here, where could I buy hydrogen peroxide (mild skin disinfectant for minor cuts, wounds and skin ulcers or as a mouthwash or gargle solution). This may help someo…
stvoritel Avatarstvoritel1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago48 Comments
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Abbielonglegs
Boots (chemist) sell this and super drug (chemist) …around the same price depending on the %.
That would be great, but that's with a prescription only I'm affraid:
http://www.boots.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/SolrSearchLister?storeId=10052&langId=-1&catalogId=11051&stReq=1&searchTerm=hydrogen+peroxide#Prescription items
I just bought it over the counter….they asked what i was using it for n sold it to me, that was in superdrug and boots. It was only a couple of months ago too.
dougiedumps
ohdearohdear
dougiedumps
ohdearohdear
Is this good for mould?
Depends where it is? Teeth? Ears? Games console?
Walls
It's no better than any oxygenating cleaner for kitchens or bathrooms, but it's great for humans! Just don't swallow it!
jamesapple101
Can it be used as an underarm? I have a friend with issues. This looks good stuff.
lolyehrightbanned
Great for killing orcs.
w_orbit
It's great for neutralising the smell of cat pee, especially on carpet. Mix with bicarb and a drop of washing up liquid and use an old spray bottle. Have a search for the quantities to make up the mixture.

It's the only thing we've found which will get rid of the smell quickly without scrubbing.
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90 hayfever tabs £2.28 delivered with code @ Chemist Direct

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Use freedel23 for free delivery
jpdscfc Avatarjpdscfc1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago27 Comments
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MiskonceptioN
Code has expired.
Stompa
greatguns
How can i find the expiry date?

FWIW mine have just arrived and have an expiry date of 03/17. I was surprised that they were delivered by courier rather than just coming in the post.
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bentleyhoop
Getting ready for the summer , I suffer from hay fever but I always go commando no medication. #waste of money
Why do you think medication is a waste of money Bentley?

Not a waste of money as such. Just hate the over reliance on medication . Just eat health and all will be well


I don't think eating healthy will stop me getting cat allergies .........
bentleyhoop
Beetlemama
bentleyhoop
Getting ready for the summer , I suffer from hay fever but I always go commando no medication. #waste of money
Why do you think medication is a waste of money Bentley?

Not a waste of money as such. Just hate the over reliance on medication . Just eat health and all will be well
brett95
Just went to order these but got kinda freaked out, I added something else I needed and the price came to £6.66. Debating over ordering at that price lol :)
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Cheap protein powder £5.00 @ Chemist direct

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Cheap protein short shelf life 15 Sachets
jpdscfc Avatarjpdscfc1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago5 Comments
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ManiSingh
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ph1981
not bad and powder will last a lot longer so I wouldnt worry about dates
jpdscfc
Sure they would ok to drink by end of feb in reality
Savvy1
would this be a waste of money?
jpdscfc
Rrp £22, use freedel23 code for free delivery