6 Months supply of hayfever tablets 'Cetirizine' - FREE SHIPPING - £2.99 @ Clear Chemist
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6 Months supply of hayfever tablets 'Cetirizine' - FREE SHIPPING - £2.99 @ Clear Chemist

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Found 28th Jan 2015
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Cetirizine Antihistamine tablets offer you the opportunity to control your hay fever (allergic rhinitis) and provide you with symptom relief for your skin, dust or pet allergies. They are an excellent treatment for people suffering from hay fever (seasonal allergic rhinitis), perennial allergic rhinitis (a similar condition to hay fever caused by allergies, that continues throughout the year) and urticaria (swelling, redness and itchiness of the skin).

Always read all packaging and directions carefully before using your purchases

Expiry Date 10/15

**Subject to availability, not to be used in conjunction with any other promotions or Cash Back offers**

Allow up to 10 working days for delivery.

17 Comments

Also free with the tablets comes Dementia at a later age (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-30988643)

be very careful, with this lot, within 10 minutes of placing my order i was getting all kinds of spam from all over the place, its obvious they flog your details to all and sundry!

Banned

I have these and there's something not right about them. I think they come from some dodgy compounding pharmaceutical facility. Would avoid you dont know what youre getting

Now £51 !!!!!!!!

Original Poster

elltm8

Now £51 !!!!!!!!



Read the post?

fake!

philjstephenson

be very careful, with this lot, within 10 minutes of placing my order i … be very careful, with this lot, within 10 minutes of placing my order i was getting all kinds of spam from all over the place, its obvious they flog your details to all and sundry!



SpamCop

gulz

Also free with the tablets comes Dementia at a later age … Also free with the tablets comes Dementia at a later age (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-30988643)

Typical incomplete BBC report. No drugs listed. Closest to REAL information is "Drug company Johnson & Johnson Ltd said many hay-fever products sold in the UK now contain newer, second generation antihistamines - not the type looked at in the study." Cetirizine falls into this category and does not exhibit anticholinergic effects.

philjstephenson

be very careful, with this lot, within 10 minutes of placing my order i … be very careful, with this lot, within 10 minutes of placing my order i was getting all kinds of spam from all over the place, its obvious they flog your details to all and sundry!

Not had any problems with any orders. Maybe look elsewhere.

I have also recived this offer a previous customer of Clear Chemist and have purchased the Antihistamine tablets from them before and this is an excellent Offer.
I have never had any issues of spam from them.

I have just placed my order and noted that you are restricted to only purchasing one six months supply as I tried to order two and it would not let me and stated the maximum value was one 6 nths supply
Edited by: "nc123450" 28th Jan 2015

qbs

Typical incomplete BBC report. No drugs listed. Closest to REAL … Typical incomplete BBC report. No drugs listed. Closest to REAL information is "Drug company Johnson & Johnson Ltd said many hay-fever products sold in the UK now contain newer, second generation antihistamines - not thel type looked at in the study." Cetirizine falls into this category and does not exhibit anticholinergic effects.


thought the same about the report the drugs listed were straight from American study with American brand names. But investigated myself and like you say cetirizine does not break the blood brain barrier. neither does loratadine but that is linked with a high cancer risk.

kdb550

thought the same about the report the drugs listed were straight from … thought the same about the report the drugs listed were straight from American study with American brand names. But investigated myself and like you say cetirizine does not break the blood brain barrier. neither does loratadine but that is linked with a high cancer risk.

The BBC news should stick to their favourite subjects of celebs (no matter how minor) and the royal family. At least when they get that lot wrong, it doesn't matter.

£51.

Awfull website - not working v well today - can see place to enter code, and the basket keep auto emptying.

gulz

Also free with the tablets comes Dementia at a later age … Also free with the tablets comes Dementia at a later age (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-30988643)


From the article you posted:

Dr Simon Ridley, head of research at Alzheimer's Research UK, said the … Dr Simon Ridley, head of research at Alzheimer's Research UK, said the study was interesting but not definitive - there was, he said, no evidence that these drugs cause dementia.



nc123450

I have just placed my order and noted that you are restricted to only … I have just placed my order and noted that you are restricted to only purchasing one six months supply as I tried to order two and it would not let me and stated the maximum value was one 6 nths supply



I placed two separate orders without issue.

Edited by: "psycho_terror" 1st Feb 2015

Any method of delivery is showing as free so I selected same day dispatch. Will see what I win...

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Using this method, you can always tell who has abused your info.

Contrary to the comments here, i have purchased these since 2011 and have had no issues apart from complete relief from my hayfever allergy, usually you can find a deal where there £8 for a time but this is the best offer i have found...i receive no spam..no problem..legit..if you have any summer allergies i would recommend trying them - or wait till the spring and spend up to £15 for one box for one week supply...do the maths..

Does anyone else who purchased these find the completely ineffective?
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