A years supply of Antihistimine - £5.35 @ Clear Chemist
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A years supply of Antihistimine - £5.35 @ Clear Chemist

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Found 9th Feb 2013
As most people are beginning to look forward to the holiday season, I thought it would be a good time to remind everyone about antihistamines.
Clear Chemist selling at 18p for a pack of 30 with a maximum order of 12 packs. A years supply for £2.16.
Postage is £3.19 second class or £3.49 first class.
Excellent value for money as RRP is £14.49 per pack.

The correct link for the cetirizine antihistamine is:
clearchemist.co.uk/357…ets
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Gone up nearly a quid since the last time you posted it!

hotukdeals.com/dea…387
I use these tablets to control my allergies all year round. Every bit as effective as the branded tablets and they save me a small fortune.
These are probably just flavoured chalk. Buyer beware?
junk4

Gone up nearly a quid since the last time you posted it! … Gone up nearly a quid since the last time you posted it! ;)http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/clear-chemist-10mg-cetirizine-30-tablets-for-14p-a-years-supply-delivered-for-4-1288387



WOW, what a rip off, so now they're only 1200% cheaper than their branded equivalents. No wonder you voted cold!
Gone up nearly a quid since the last time you posted it!


They've gone up 4p a packet. Postage has gone up which is hardly their fault. Is this still an absolute bargain?
Of course it is!

And no Squillion, they are definitely NOT flavoured chalk. Same brand as supplied by my local chemist when I last got them on prescription.
Have used these before and they're fine, exact same as from my chemist
I wish people would explain why they vote cold. In most cases it's because they have no need for such items or because they have the sort of personality where they have to rubbish everything. I like to have concrete reasons why I should not buy something! If some people use them and say they are fine, I want to see evidence from those who claim they are probably just white powder. I hate ignorant, ill informed comments that have no validity or supporting evidence.
squillion

These are probably just flavoured chalk. Buyer beware?



No they are not. They have exactly the same active ingredients as Zirtek and in exactly the same quantities. I purchase 12 packets a couple of times a year for myself and several people at work so that we share the postage cost between us. They work great for my cat allergy and great for the hayfever of the others. Why do people feel the need to diss something that they actually know nothing about?
Heat from this hay fever sufferer! Stock up now before prices go up around Easter
Cheers. 2 ordered!
Do these have the same ingredients as Piriton?

Thanks
No but they do have the same active ingredient as Zirtek and Piriteze. Piriton uses Chlorophenamine which is not as effective as it takes longer to work.

These are a fast working one a day tablet.
I bought a number of packets of these a couple of years ago. I get bad hayfever and they work just as well as anything else I have tried
Many thanks OP - just reminded me that i need some more of these so have now ordered - these are as effective as all the well known branded ones that i've used over the years and save me a small fortune too! Voted hot
thanks OP have ordered hopefully they will help the dreaded hayfever
Well if it turns out to be a white powder don't say you were not warned.

Ordered mine - thanks! Voted Hot!
I get on better with loratadine tablets, which are only 48p/30 tablets. Which is pretty good.
sbeard1

WOW, what a rip off, so now they're only 1200% cheaper than their branded … WOW, what a rip off, so now they're only 1200% cheaper than their branded equivalents. No wonder you voted cold!



I didn't vote cold, and I used a wink smiley. I was joking. *roll eyes smiley*
squillion

Well if it turns out to be a white powder don't say you were not warned.



Repeated warned by someone who has never tried them and has no idea what they're talking about or reassured by several people who have actually purchased and used sucessfully........wonder who HUKD members will take any notice of?
An offer not to be sneezed at (sorry sorry sorry)
junk4

I didn't vote cold, and I used a wink smiley. I was joking. *roll eyes … I didn't vote cold, and I used a wink smiley. I was joking. *roll eyes smiley*



Sorry, temperature went right down at the same time as your comment so I assumed it was you. *apologetic smiley*
Great Deal, I am allergic to the tannins in alcohol so I need loads of these!
Used these last year great find op. Ordered many thanks
Don't they normally offer free postage on hayfever medication later on in the year? Pretty certain I got these last year delivered free...
would be nice if similar deal present for loratidine..
7% on quidco
Bought for my son who has dust allergies, great price thanks.

Great retailer - I've given away most of my last purchase to visiting allergics, I'll be getting some more. PS I know that they contained the correct active ingredient when I last bought them as I tested them, as I too was wary.
I don't think they'd be allowed to sell them if it was just 'white chalk'. Heat added, good find for people who are not lucky enough to get them on prescription
this company is fantastic. I have ordered from here many times. I have ordered many products including thrush all in one tablets,chemist price 10.49 clear chemist price a few pence!!
Do they have tablets like these with Loratidine as the main ingredient instead of cetirizine?
Loratidine works better for me w.r.t hayfever.
clearchemist.co.uk/124…ets

even cheaper this way. £2.04 for a years supply (plus p+p, saving 12p.
I have suffered from hayfever since I was little and have an allergy to cats, dogs and most animals and I also have Asthma. I am usually prescribed Loratadine but I have never felt they have done anything to help me even if I take two a day. If I asked my doctor about these would they prescribe them to me? (I'm a student and get free prescriptions at the moment).

I told my doctor that the tablets didn't seem to do much to help me and they gave me a nasal spray which did help more than the tablets but some days I would still be badly affected. I haven't heard of these tablets before and as they seem to have had lots of positive comments from people I would like to try them as I really dread the Summer time
buddhabelly

I get on better with loratadine tablets, which are only 48p/30 tablets. … I get on better with loratadine tablets, which are only 48p/30 tablets. Which is pretty good.



asda own brand are loratadine & didn't work for me at all with the prickly heat - arms itching like mad - had to change to the Galpharm & that was fine, which is also loratadine apparantly. If someone could explain that I'd be grateful.

Hot price btw
I also just remembered last summer I developed a reaction to fruit, after eating an apple my throat felt swollen and itchy and the same thing happened again with a peach the next day. Has anyone else had this? Sometimes I also wake up with red blotches and blisters on my arms and the roof of my mouth itches. I wish it will stay winter for as long as possible, I hate hayfever
munchkins14

I also just remembered last summer I developed a reaction to fruit, after … I also just remembered last summer I developed a reaction to fruit, after eating an apple my throat felt swollen and itchy and the same thing happened again with a peach the next day. Has anyone else had this? Sometimes I also wake up with red blotches and blisters on my arms and the roof of my mouth itches. I wish it will stay winter for as long as possible, I hate hayfever



Sounds like it could be urticaria.
thanks

got some from same place last year thanks to you (op)

ignore the trolls that frequent this place

this a good deal for a product that does work (in my experience) as well as the branded names at a lower price

many thanks
Just ordered some. Going to try loratadine and ceterazine and see what the difference is if any. Got a years supply. I used to use tablets from Poundland with 7 in box. So this is a bargain. Will hopefully stop me sneezing and blowing my nose most of the year.
Got it for £5.59.
Will let you all know how I get on and if the company are ok.
the company are fine

have used them probably 10 times over the last few years
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