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Calcough Infant Syrup Apple Flavour, 125 ml - £2.85 S&S / £3 at Amazon Prime / £7.49 Non Prime
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Calcough Infant Syrup Apple Flavour, 125 ml - £2.85 S&S / £3 at Amazon Prime / £7.49 Non Prime

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The pharmacist has no obligation to provide branded medication such as Calpol. If there is a cheaper generic version available that is known to be equally effective, it is likely that will be provided instead.

#free
Kamicaol25/03/2020 14:23

https://www.nhs.uk/news/medical-practice/minor-ailment-scheme-doesnt-provide-free-calpol-for-all/The pharmacist has no obligation to provide branded medication such as Calpol. If there is a cheaper generic version available that is known to be equally effective, it is likely that will be provided instead.#free


This is not Calpol! It's cough syrup which has no proven medical benefits so the NHS would not fund it anyway.
666FU25/03/2020 14:34

This is not Calpol! It's cough syrup which has no proven medical benefits …This is not Calpol! It's cough syrup which has no proven medical benefits so the NHS would not fund it anyway.


I think glycerol is a laxative as well so kids could be coughing at both ends.
6 left. Please only buy if you 'need' it
2 per customer
Kamicaol25/03/2020 14:23

https://www.nhs.uk/news/medical-practice/minor-ailment-scheme-doesnt-provide-free-calpol-for-all/The pharmacist has no obligation to provide branded medication such as Calpol. If there is a cheaper generic version available that is known to be equally effective, it is likely that will be provided instead.#free


Which has nothing to do with this 'deal'
OOS but thank you for posting
You think they might waver the ridiculous p&p prices at the moment. Cough syrup anyway which is basically useless even if the child has a cough!
dizzychicc25/03/2020 18:14

You think they might waver the ridiculous p&p prices at the moment. Cough …You think they might waver the ridiculous p&p prices at the moment. Cough syrup anyway which is basically useless even if the child has a cough!


Just take out the promo month of prime. Or ask another prime subscriber to link you to their account.

I've been linked to my brother's account since prime started.
Gollywood25/03/2020 16:42

Which has nothing to do with this 'deal'


In your opinion, ..............
666FU25/03/2020 14:34

This is not Calpol! It's cough syrup which has no proven medical benefits …This is not Calpol! It's cough syrup which has no proven medical benefits so the NHS would not fund it anyway.



That is apparent.....your point being?
666FU25/03/2020 14:34

This is not Calpol! It's cough syrup which has no proven medical benefits …This is not Calpol! It's cough syrup which has no proven medical benefits so the NHS would not fund it anyway.


Well said. It's about time people stopped buying this junk.
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