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Using Gaviscon? Indigestion/heartburn/reflux? Use almost identical Peptac at less than half the price £2.99 500ml at Weldricks (60 northern branches: free click and collect). Or just pick up a bottle at your local chemist for much the same price.

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£2.99 @ Weldricks Pharmacy
Probably about time for this to be highlighted again because of all the advertising by Gaviscon. Gaviscon is the big well-known brand - and very expensive because people will pay more for a brand. Read More
Probably about time for this to be highlighted again because of all the advertising by Gaviscon. Gaviscon is the big well-known brand - and very expensive because people will pay more for a brand.
Newbold Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago84 Comments
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3applepie
Just the price alone of the Peptac is enough to sooth your stomach compared to Gaviscon price.

Hmm, I sense a business opportunity here. Buy a bottle, then just make copies of the receipt and sell them :).
Just the price alone of the Peptac is enough to sooth your stomach compared to Gaviscon price.
JamesSmith
copperspock
JamesSmith
ciderno1
Newbold
ciderno1
elpimpi
Get to your doctor and get omeprazole prescribed and heartburn, acid reflux, etc will be a thing of the past. It's a life changer.
Omeprazole really is a life changer.
It is - but maybe not indefinitely. After a while it can cease to work, as the body becomes resistant to it. Worked fine for my wife for quite a time, but then actually started making the problem worse, so she's back on the Gaviscon again.
That is also very true. My gp did try to wean me off these but the symptoms came back , tho I have noticed the omeprazole did work better when I first started to take these. By the way , I also take apple cider vinegar daily, cold milk too occasionally. I have recently cut down on the omeprazole ie 1 every few days.
Omeprazole is one of the protein pump inhibitors that I mentioned earlier. Only use this short term. Get off the stuff as soon as you can.
Cider vinegar has connotations with new age alternative medicines, but some of those alternative medicines have value (that cannot be licensed by pharmas!).
If it works for you - great news! I recommend getting unpasteurised live food. For many food groups this is difficult, but Aspall Organic Cyder Vinegar is live and a rarity - you can buy it in Tesco!http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/608/5012845032608/IDShot_540x540.jpg
Also look at other living foods which provide good gut bacteria. Not bio yoghurts but fermented foods, kimchi, live sauerkraut, etc. They help restore a healthy balance and work to eradicated such problems as yeast overgrowth.
Kimchi, argh. I'd rather get heartburn TBH :).
Heh... it's certainly not to everyone's taste. Interestingly though, you can get all sorts of different flavours that differ from South Korea's national dish but have the same health giving properties. I have a friend who makes what he calls 'goosegogs' - with fermented gooseberrys. There's loads of variation possible, from mild salsa-like flavours to fruit ferments. So long as it's swimming in Lactobacillus, it will help the body to keep a healthy state of intestinal flora.

Ah I wasn't aware of that, might give those a try. Anything's gotta be better than fermented cabbage :).
copperspock
JamesSmith
ciderno1
Newbold
ciderno1
elpimpi
Get to your doctor and get omeprazole prescribed and heartburn, acid reflux, etc will be a thing of the past. It's a life changer.
Omeprazole really is a life changer.
It is - but maybe not indefinitely. After a while it can cease to work, as the body becomes resistant to it. Worked fine for my wife for quite a time, but then actually started making the problem worse, so she's back on the Gaviscon again.
That is also very true. My gp did try to wean me off these but the symptoms came back , tho I have noticed the omeprazole did work better when I first started to take these. By the way , I also take apple cider vinegar daily, cold milk too occasionally. I have recently cut down on the omeprazole ie 1 every few days.
Omeprazole is one of the protein pump inhibitors that I mentioned earlier. Only use this short term. Get off the stuff as soon as you can.
Cider vinegar has connotations with new age alternative medicines, but some of those alternative medicines have value (that cannot be licensed by pharmas!).
If it works for you - great news! I recommend getting unpasteurised live food. For many food groups this is difficult, but Aspall Organic Cyder Vinegar is live and a rarity - you can buy it in Tesco!http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/608/5012845032608/IDShot_540x540.jpg
Also look at other living foods which provide good gut bacteria. Not bio yoghurts but fermented foods, kimchi, live sauerkraut, etc. They help restore a healthy balance and work to eradicated such problems as yeast overgrowth.
Kimchi, argh. I'd rather get heartburn TBH :).

Heh... it's certainly not to everyone's taste. Interestingly though, you can get all sorts of different flavours that differ from South Korea's national dish but have the same health giving properties. I have a friend who makes what he calls 'goosegogs' - with fermented gooseberrys. There's loads of variation possible, from mild salsa-like flavours to fruit ferments. So long as it's swimming in Lactobacillus, it will help the body to keep a healthy state of intestinal flora.
JamesSmith
ciderno1
Newbold
ciderno1
elpimpi
Get to your doctor and get omeprazole prescribed and heartburn, acid reflux, etc will be a thing of the past. It's a life changer.
Omeprazole really is a life changer.
It is - but maybe not indefinitely. After a while it can cease to work, as the body becomes resistant to it. Worked fine for my wife for quite a time, but then actually started making the problem worse, so she's back on the Gaviscon again.
That is also very true. My gp did try to wean me off these but the symptoms came back , tho I have noticed the omeprazole did work better when I first started to take these. By the way , I also take apple cider vinegar daily, cold milk too occasionally. I have recently cut down on the omeprazole ie 1 every few days.
Omeprazole is one of the protein pump inhibitors that I mentioned earlier. Only use this short term. Get off the stuff as soon as you can.
Cider vinegar has connotations with new age alternative medicines, but some of those alternative medicines have value (that cannot be licensed by pharmas!).
If it works for you - great news! I recommend getting unpasteurised live food. For many food groups this is difficult, but Aspall Organic Cyder Vinegar is live and a rarity - you can buy it in Tesco!http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/608/5012845032608/IDShot_540x540.jpg
Also look at other living foods which provide good gut bacteria. Not bio yoghurts but fermented foods, kimchi, live sauerkraut, etc. They help restore a healthy balance and work to eradicated such problems as yeast overgrowth.

Kimchi, argh. I'd rather get heartburn TBH :).
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Riemann P20 Sun Protection spray 200ml £13.99 at Weldricks

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I was looking for sun protection for my children and found this far cheaper than any other website. Especially as it was for 200ml spray. Perfect for our time in the sun this summer! Riemann P20 Read More
I was looking for sun protection for my children and found this far cheaper than any other website. Especially as it was for 200ml spray. Perfect for our time in the sun this summer! Riemann P20
jennibetty Avatar11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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great lotion you need to follow the instructions and you won't get stained
jennibetty
Rather have a slightly stained white t-shirt than sunburned kids


Same, wear another colour I say :-)
Rather have a slightly stained white t-shirt than sunburned kids
paulj48
kneale81
Stained my white t-shirts when I used this :( Going to try a different brand this year.
I found the lotion stained a yellow colour but the spray was different and did not stain.

I used the spray and it stained, I waited until it had dried before getting dressed, but alas I sweat a bit when it's boiling hot abroad so it still stained some of my tshirts :(
kneale81
Stained my white t-shirts when I used this :( Going to try a different brand this year.
I found the lotion stained a yellow colour but the spray was different and did not stain.
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Indigestion/heartburn/reflux? Using Gaviscon? Use almost identical Peptac at less than half the price £2.99 500ml at Weldricks (60 northern branches: free click and collect). Or just pick up a bottle at your local chemist for much the same price.

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Gaviscon is the big well-known brand - and very expensive because people will pay more for a brand. Peptac is almost identical, works just as well, treats exactly the same symptoms - but it's less Read More
Gaviscon is the big well-known brand - and very expensive because people will pay more for a brand. Peptac is almost identical, works just as well, treats exactly the same symptoms - but it's less
Newbold Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago75 Comments
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Nothing works better than raw apple cider vinegar with mother for heartburn. Sounds like acid, and dont make sense, but it does miracles.
Mother?
Other brands are available... http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51ceoc3D91L._SY300_.jpg
Who cares if this stuff doesn't taste as good as gaviscon as long as it works and personally I don't think any of them taste nice.
wilkos do one for around 5 quid. its got magnesium alginate instead of sodium alginate.. hope thats useful.....
yrreb88
fishmaster
drSue
Nothing works better than raw apple cider vinegar gor heartburn. Sounds like accid, and dont make sense, but it does miracles.
http://healthwyze.org/reports/221-why-you-should-use-apple-cider-vinegar-instead-of-antacids-and-baking-soda-for-indigestion

Don't you normally post scientific studies and stuff? That site is full of rubbish and conspiracy theories.

"How to cure coeliac disease using holistic naturopathic techniques" "The ideal diet for curing celiac disease... Meat, vegetables, whole wheat carbohydrates, and non-homogenized milk products are fine".

"How to cure autism".

"The dangers of tap water" - partly blames the nazis. oO



there was some guy crying about tap water being in V8. oh the horror. he needs to lose about five stone too, but best to focus on tap water lmao.
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Nicorette Quickmist Duo £16.09 @ Weldricks

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Cheapest price anywhere atm, free delivery if you spend £35. Used a few times, quick delivery, no problems Boots currently £24, better than ebay prices also. RRP £29.99 Read More
Cheapest price anywhere atm, free delivery if you spend £35. Used a few times, quick delivery, no problems Boots currently £24, better than ebay prices also. RRP £29.99
Aardy Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago1 Comment
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My deals must suck, only 50! Thought it might get higher :)
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Avent Classic Bottles 260ml Pack of 3 Limited Edition £6.99 @ Weldricks Pharmacy

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Avent Classic Bottles 260ml Pack of 3 only £6.99 RRP £14.99. Read More
Avent Classic Bottles 260ml Pack of 3 only £6.99 RRP £14.99.
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Ultradex oral rinse 500ml £40.53 for 7 bottles. £5.79 each. Free delivery @ weldricks

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One of the best mouthwashes out there. Chepeast price online. Buy 7 and get free delivery. Works out at £5.79 each. Amazon is £7.93 currently. Normal retail price is £8!. Read More
One of the best mouthwashes out there. Chepeast price online. Buy 7 and get free delivery. Works out at £5.79 each. Amazon is £7.93 currently. Normal retail price is £8!.
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Sunsense Ultra SPF 50+ Pump 500ml @Weldricks Pharmacy - £20.90. RRP £33.01

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Use this as the dermatologist recommends this for kids with sensitive skin or allergies. It's a big 500ml bottle with a handy pump. RRP is £33.01 and Amazon are selling this for £29.94. They are al… Read More
Use this as the dermatologist recommends this for kids with sensitive skin or allergies. It's a big 500ml bottle with a handy pump. RRP is £33.01 and Amazon are selling this for £29.94. They are al…
mundo2 Avatar3y, 1w agoFound 3 years, 1 week ago1 Comment
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The only suncream I've found my son isn't allergic to, the roll on is amazing
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Braun Thermoscan IRT 4520 £ 25.90 + Delivery @ weldricks

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Braun Thermoscan 4520 Ear Thermometer features: Used by more GP's and mothers worldwide Reflects core body temperature in seconds in °C and °F Feedback system confirms the accuracy of readings for Read More
Braun Thermoscan 4520 Ear Thermometer features: Used by more GP's and mothers worldwide Reflects core body temperature in seconds in °C and °F Feedback system confirms the accuracy of readings for
savingsguru Avatar3y, 3m agoFound 3 years, 3 months ago2 Comments
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Good deal BUT free delivery over £35 spent only (£3.45 for under £35 spent)
mine is model below this and is brilliant. I paid 35 at the time so this is a great price for newer model
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UltraDEX Mouthwash 500ml (RetarDEX) Cheapest on the Net £35.40 for 6 free delivery @weldricks = £5.90 each

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£35.40 @ Weldricks Pharmacy
This may not be for everyone but its the cheapest on the net. The only cheaper deal recently (several months ago) was the Sainsburys deal posted on here If you buy 6 of these as its over £35… Read More
This may not be for everyone but its the cheapest on the net. The only cheaper deal recently (several months ago) was the Sainsburys deal posted on here If you buy 6 of these as its over £35…
socrates28 Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago4 Comments
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The deal is still on!!!!
Its being edited I am not really a great deal poster as can be seen - but the maths add up

In fact I think the title needs to read £35.40 for 6 bottles = £5.90 a bottle including free delivery

Edited By: socrates28 on Jun 01, 2013 12:18
Price including postage is what you pay needs to be shown, so does retailer etc
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