Kwai One-A-Day Garlic tablets, £6.97 + 3 for 2 (usually around £13) @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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Kwai One-A-Day Garlic tablets, £6.97 + 3 for 2 (usually around £13) @ Tesco

£6.97 @ Tesco
Kwai's garlic tablets are a painless way of getting a high dose of whiff-free garlic into your body each day. Garlic is great for the heart. I've been using these tablets for a couple of years, a…
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6y, 3d agoFound 6 years, 3 days ago
Kwai's garlic tablets are a painless way of getting a high dose of whiff-free garlic into your body each day. Garlic is great for the heart.

I've been using these tablets for a couple of years, and it's normally around £12-13 for a box of 100. Tesco is currently selling them for £6.97 and they are also on 3-for-2, making them a bargainous £4.65 a packet.

We cleared the last six packets out of the Gillette Corner Tesco. Go get 'em!

Note, these are the pricier One-A-Day tablets. Kwai also do a lower dose, cheaper style of tablet, but you have to take around 3 a day for the full dose, which tends to make them more expensive overall.
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#1
Whilst the price of these is very good compared to the normal price of Kwai I do question the need to buy a brand name.

As an example these ones from Simply Supplements are odourless and have 500mg of garlic compared to 300mg with Kwai and are £8.99 for 360 tablets or £4.49 for 120.

http://www.simplysupplements.net/product/100/high-strength-garlic-500mg---sale-10-off/

I don't take garlic so am no expert on garlic (so stand to be corrected on why Kwai is better) but take other supplements which I source on the net instead of stores saving 75% on their prices in some cases
#3
You may well be right about 'brand names' over the ones linked to, but Allicin is the key beneficial ingredient, and the Kwai tablets do guarantee the amount you receive. @chrisdoran's link has tablet with 10% more than the Kwai, so look good. @Searcher2's link doesn't specify.

I am perhaps a bit too wary of buying drugs online, so this tip is one of "if you prefer to buy your supplements in a retail store, this is a considerably better price than it usually is"!

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