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B&M Junior Parapaed (paracetamol) 120mg/5ml oral suspension 100ml Cherry flavour. Sugar & colour free. (exactly the same medicine as Calpol, in other words) £1
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B&M Junior Parapaed (paracetamol) 120mg/5ml oral suspension 100ml Cherry flavour. Sugar & colour free. (exactly the same medicine as Calpol, in other words) £1

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Posted 24th Jan 2018

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Basically this is generic Calpol, in the same way as you can pay £3 for branded Panadol and Nurofen and get exactly the same medicine as 19p boxes of own brand / generic formulations. Calpol seems to be about £2.50-£3.50 for 100ml of the same strength. This is £1. It's the exact same stuff and will do the exact same job for your child. Sugar & colour free, importantly.
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Good for children under 6. With medicine, branded and unbranded really makes no difference. The active ingredient is always the same strength/quality.
Edited by: "Chuck_Norris" 24th Jan 2018
Same price in virtually all these discount / Pound stores
Although it's cherry and Calpol is strawberry.
Great choice of name.... not
I'd check ingredients, I think I was once given this as a calpol alternative at a chemist, however, contained alcohol, and couldn't give it to my little boy as he has a liver disease.

Could be a different brand, but always worth a check.
This particular one from b&m contains ethanol
Yeah, ethanol = alcohol
Dipbill24th Jan 2018

I'd check ingredients, I think I was once given this as a calpol …I'd check ingredients, I think I was once given this as a calpol alternative at a chemist, however, contained alcohol, and couldn't give it to my little boy as he has a liver disease.Could be a different brand, but always worth a check.


I don't think so. They don't use Calpol in hospitals
Dipbill30/01/2018 17:20

Yeah, ethanol = alcohol


It'll be trace. Wouldn't affect anyone with liver disease surely
Samuel_Smith-b8ef3.6347814 m ago

It'll be trace. Wouldn't affect anyone with liver disease surely


Well according to the doctors and nurses, it must do, as we were told to check medicines to make sure they don't contain any, as it's quite common in them.
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