Hayfever Tablets - Cetirizine @chemist.net - was £4.69 now 89p Del @ £2.95
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Hayfever Tablets - Cetirizine @chemist.net - was £4.69 now 89p Del @ £2.95

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Found 10th May 2012
Delivery might be £2.95 but might aswell stock up for Spring and Summer

Cetirizine Hydrochloride 10mg Tablets

Cetirizine belongs to the group of medicines known as antihistamines. It can be used to prevent and treat allergic conditions such as hayfever and some allergic skin reactions.

Exposure to pollen, pet fur, house dust or an insect bite can cause the body to produce histamine. The release of histamine causes allergic symptoms which can include rashes, sneezing, watery eyes and a running or blocked nose. Antihistamines stop the effects of the histamine and help to relieve these symptoms.

Cetirizine can also be taken for skin allergies such as rash, itching and uticaria (hives).
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Looks like a good price reduction, however this price is similar to the standard price for Cetrizine tablets in many places such as Asda, Home Bargains etc.
Not voted either way, but not a great deal imo.
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Looks like a good price reduction, however this price is similar to the … Looks like a good price reduction, however this price is similar to the standard price for Cetrizine tablets in many places such as Asda, Home Bargains etc.Not voted either way, but not a great deal imo.


I thought that at first but this is for 30 tablets not 7 as in the cheap supermarket packs.
Home Bargains sell loratadine 14 tablet packs of the 'galpharm' brand for 79p, which is far cheaper than these and just as effective IMO.
Slightly cheaper at my usual supplier:

http://www.chemist-4-u.com/Cetirizine-Pack-Of-30-Hayfever-Tablets-P.html

69p for 30, plus £2.95 delivery.

I think Aldi have them at 69p for 14, which would be cheaper for small quantities.
Is there anything better than Cetrizine and Loratadine?

Benadryl(acrivastine) seems to be the best for me, but it's damn expensive
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