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10mg Centrizine Hydrochloride (Antihistamine) One a Day tablets - 30 in a pack - £1 in Poundland (Saving £3-5 on big brands!)
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10mg Centrizine Hydrochloride (Antihistamine) One a Day tablets - 30 in a pack - £1 in Poundland (Saving £3-5 on big brands!)

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Posted 19th Apr 2019

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The sun it out and I’m coming out in hives as usual!
Nipped to Superdrug and Boots to get some Antihistamine tablets and was looking at £4-6 a pack, including their own brand.
Saw these in Poundland and seems to be the same active ingredient “Centrizine Hydrochloride”, and strength including the big brands like Piriteze, and is a one a day tablet, but for less than quarter of the price. Upon taking, is working for me.
I’m not going to say it is exactly the same tablet, but people should consider this, before spending money on the big brands.
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The only things that might differ between a branded tablet and the generic one are the fillers and binders. The active ingredient is identical.
Edited by: "hearts22" 19th Apr 2019
hearts2219/04/2019 18:25

The only things that might differ between a branded tablet and the generic …The only things that might differ between a branded tablet and the generic one are the fillers and binders. The active ingredient is identical.


Fillers and binders, what do you mean?
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Find attached a photo of the rear, so people can compare to usual brand and the pharmaceutical code at the bottom which confirms if identical/similar to your tablets.
79p for 30 in poundstretcher
badboyofrock19/04/2019 18:31

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LOL

I don’t need a years supply, only when the sun is out!

I trust a high street store (even if it’s Poundland ), more than a supplier on eBay, where I am putting things into my body!
KMPRIME19/04/2019 18:34

79p for 30 in poundstretcher


We’ll post the deal then!
g-diddy15 m ago

Fillers and binders, what do you mean?


Like Titanium dioxide etc :). All the stuff that isn't the active ingredient. Those can differ but don't matter.
Edited by: "hearts22" 19th Apr 2019
badboyofrock19/04/2019 18:31

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With the amount of fake medication being sold on eBay it's likely these would cure your hayfever permanently.
Edited by: "Predikuesi" 19th Apr 2019
g-diddy1 h, 16 m ago

LOLI don’t need a years supply, only when the sun is out! I trust a high s …LOLI don’t need a years supply, only when the sun is out! I trust a high street store (even if it’s Poundland ), more than a supplier on eBay, where I am putting things into my body!


Anti histamines are far more effective when taken a couple of months before pollen counts start to get high.
Edited by: "DigitalFootprint" 19th Apr 2019
For the proper hayfever sufferers get to the docs and ask for fexofenedine. Brilliant stuff
marshy5119/04/2019 19:20

For the proper hayfever sufferers get to the docs and ask for …For the proper hayfever sufferers get to the docs and ask for fexofenedine. Brilliant stuff


Does this also work for allergy suffers? I have to carry antihistamines and an epi-pen just in case but for the more "mild" reactions the doctors have told me piriteze and centrizine are OK, but don't feel they help as much.

I am pretty much allergic to everything these days
Edited by: "Mary_Mary" 19th Apr 2019
g-diddy1 h, 28 m ago

LOLI don’t need a years supply, only when the sun is out! I trust a high s …LOLI don’t need a years supply, only when the sun is out! I trust a high street store (even if it’s Poundland ), more than a supplier on eBay, where I am putting things into my body!


you can also get them on amazon for £6. its literally just due to mind share, i bet you feel more comfortable buying them from amazon even though it is also a marketplace like ebay.

one of the idea of those blister packs is to make it identifiable for any tampering. even though its rare for someone to do that it has/may have happened in the past when bottles were used.

in theory, a shop has more risk of getting contaminated pills. hayfever tablets are accessable to anyone in the store.
Edited by: "Altirix" 19th Apr 2019
Spelling mistake in the OP title and description, it is Cetirizine not Centrizine. A great price to get them same day though for sufferers in need (and generally a good price anyway), also try B&M, Home Bargains or similar stores if they are more local, most of them will likely have these for around the £1 mark.

For those debating a full years supply bought online, just remember that they do have an expiry date, the last ones I bought had 20 months on them. If you take them for the whole or most of the year then that shouldn't be a concern. Or if there are multiple sufferers in your home, that is also a good way to buy them. I would only buy as many as your household will likely need for the rest of this year though, it can't hurt to go a little over if need be as they will be good at the start of next year as well.

Here is a reputable online supplier: pharmacyfirst.co.uk
£2.79 for four months supply is the best value way to buy it there.

Edit: Just to add that someone has actually posted the Pharmacy First price as a deal already on HUKD: hotukdeals.com/dea…609
Edited by: "nige182" 19th Apr 2019
Savers sell it cheaper
Mary_Mary28 m ago

Does this also work for allergy suffers? I have to carry antihistamines …Does this also work for allergy suffers? I have to carry antihistamines and an epi-pen just in case but for the more "mild" reactions the doctors have told me piriteze and centrizine are OK, but don't feel they help as much.I am pretty much allergic to everything these days


Couldn’t say. All I know is that it’s a game changer for my hayfever
Beconase has helped me far more than generic cetirizine last couple of seasons.
marshy512 h, 7 m ago

For the proper hayfever sufferers get to the docs and ask for …For the proper hayfever sufferers get to the docs and ask for fexofenedine. Brilliant stuff


Doesn’t work for me - gone back on loratidine
bozo00719/04/2019 21:12

Beconase has helped me far more than generic cetirizine last couple of …Beconase has helped me far more than generic cetirizine last couple of seasons.


Do you mean the tablets or the spray? The Beconase BecoAllergy tablets use the same active ingredient. Any difference may just be due to less pollen in your area (or a reduced exposure to it) from one season to the next.

If you mean the spray it is a different active ingredient beclometasone which is also found in Pollenase spray and again there are generic alternatives with the same active ingredient cheaper available cheaper.
Edited by: "nige182" 20th Apr 2019
Mary_Mary10 h, 56 m ago

Does this also work for allergy suffers? I have to carry antihistamines …Does this also work for allergy suffers? I have to carry antihistamines and an epi-pen just in case but for the more "mild" reactions the doctors have told me piriteze and centrizine are OK, but don't feel they help as much.I am pretty much allergic to everything these days


Yes. I have bad allergies one is definitely pollen the others may be dogs cats dust or who knows what else (the dr didn't see the point in testing for the cause as i am not going to get rid of my pets just for allergies) without medication i feel dreadful so i am prescribed fexofenadine. It's much more effective than over the counter tablets. I use a nasal spray too in the high pollen months and sometimes eye drops. If over the counter medication had stopped working as effectively i would speak to your gp as there may be a reason they've not given you this already and there may be something else more suitable.
nige18219/04/2019 21:46

Do you mean the tablets or the spray? The Beconase BecoAllergy tablets use …Do you mean the tablets or the spray? The Beconase BecoAllergy tablets use the same active ingredient. Any difference may just be due to less pollen in your area (or a reduced exposure to it) from one season to the next.If you mean the spray it is a different active ingredient beclometasone which is also found in Pollenase spray and again there are generic alternatives with the same active ingredient cheaper available cheaper.


Spray. Along with a dab of vaseline before stepping out.
I can vouch for fexofenadine. My partner has bad hay fever and loratadine wasn't great for it for him.

We get it prescribed privately online and he finds it helps.

More expensive than with the NHS (it's like £11 for 30 tablets) but that way we don't have to wait around for appointments with the GP etc.
bozo0071 h, 25 m ago

Spray. Along with a dab of vaseline before stepping out.


Right, so you are talking about two different products then, if you are buying the branded spray still, check out Pharmacy First for a cheaper generic branded alternative with the same active ingredient as Beconase spray: pharmacyfirst.co.uk/bec…tml

It may also be worth mentioning to anyone else considering the sprays, that beclometasone is a steroid medication. Obviously when trying any over the counter medication for the first time, you should always check the active ingredient against any medication you are already taking, and possible side effects as well.

Especially noteworthy with this spray is that the active ingredient is the same as preventative asthma inhalers, so if you are finding you are suffering from allergies and are already on prescribed asthma medication, definitely seek a doctors advise for something else.
Edited by: "nige182" 20th Apr 2019
I have rhinitis and have tried anything and everything. Last week a new GP prescribed me Dymista nasal spray. I can honestly say it has worked a treat!... Fingers crossed it continues to work. I can actually breathe easy!
marshy5119/04/2019 19:20

For the proper hayfever sufferers get to the docs and ask for …For the proper hayfever sufferers get to the docs and ask for fexofenedine. Brilliant stuff


I've never heard of fexofenedine before, can you give me the gist of what that is perhaps?, thanx.
Do these make you drowsy?

I used to use one of Hay Fever brands as sleeping pills a few years ago!
Reena74 m ago

Do these make you drowsy?I used to use one of Hay Fever brands as sleeping …Do these make you drowsy?I used to use one of Hay Fever brands as sleeping pills a few years ago!


These are the ones that are more likely to cause drowsiness yes.
Cold - 89p in Home Bargains
amour3k20/04/2019 15:46

I've never heard of fexofenedine before, can you give me the gist of what …I've never heard of fexofenedine before, can you give me the gist of what that is perhaps?, thanx.


Well it just helps my hayfever a great deal. Google will probably tell you better than I can
marshy513 m ago

Well it just helps my hayfever a great deal. Google will probably tell you …Well it just helps my hayfever a great deal. Google will probably tell you better than I can


Fair enough, I hear you, no problem, thanx.
Reena720/04/2019 16:27

Do these make you drowsy?I used to use one of Hay Fever brands as sleeping …Do these make you drowsy?I used to use one of Hay Fever brands as sleeping pills a few years ago!


You do know that using medication designed for other 'purposes', to make shift it for something else, can be kinda mightily dangerous right?. :-(

Eg. I was on a certain course of anti-depressants some Year's back, and yes they too made me feel drowsy as well too ...

But there was no way in hell I'd ever consider them as sleeping tablet's though?.

In-fact (for certain obvious + not so obvious reasons), I couldn't wait to rather come off of them instead, etc?).

(Where possible, ofcourse?), don't misuse medication's for whatever reason (or whatever?).

Or you could end up paying the price for alllllll of that in the long run, like?. :-(

That's all I'm saying ...
amour3k20/04/2019 19:11

You do know that using medication designed for other 'purposes', to make …You do know that using medication designed for other 'purposes', to make shift it for something else, can be kinda mightily dangerous right?. :-(Eg. I was on a certain course of anti-depressants some Year's back, and yes they too made me feel drowsy as well too ...But there was no way in hell I'd ever consider them as sleeping tablet's though?.In-fact (for certain obvious + not so obvious reasons), I couldn't wait to rather come off of them instead, etc?).(Where possible, ofcourse?), don't misuse medication's for whatever reason (or whatever?).Or you could end up paying the price for alllllll of that in the long run, like?. :-(That's all I'm saying ...


Thanks Doc
g-diddy19/04/2019 18:37

We’ll post the deal then!

Reena720 m ago

Thanks Doc

Hehehehehehe I hear.
Loratadine (non-drowsy) is available too. But, like buck80 said, they're only 89p in Home Bargs
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