Lloyds pharmacy Hayfever Reliever £14.99 + Delivery @ Lloyds Pharmacy
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Lloyds pharmacy Hayfever Reliever £14.99 + Delivery @ Lloyds Pharmacy

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Found 1st Jun 2009Made hot 25th Jun 2009
Available again for this summer. Lloyds also have promotion of buy one get one half price on their allergy products

Lloydspharmacy Hayfever Reliever Simple and easy to use
Uses light therapy for relief of allergy symptoms

Millions of people in the UK suffer from allergic rhinitis and / or hayfever. The suffering is often a lot worse in the summer months due the presence of pollen and sufferers can be become desperate to relieve the symptoms of their allergies.

The Lloydspharmacy Allergy Reliever is an innovative and effective treatment for the relief of those irritating symptoms associated with allergic rhinitis - for example, watery eyes, runny nose and sneezing. It is safe, quick and easy
to use and some people may feel an improvement after just a few treatments.


The Lloydspharmacy Allergy Reliever uses red light therapy to suppress the cells that release histamine, thereby relieving the symptoms of hayfever.


Requires 1 x 9V(PP3) battery (not included)

Pack contents:
Allergy Reliever
User manual

Warning!
Use carefully under supervision of a responsible adult. Keep the device out of the reach of children. Not suitable for use with a pacemaker or other implanted medical devices. Not suitable for persons with Nasal Polyposis, sensitive skin in the nose or with poor circulation. Please read the enclosed user manual carefully, it contains more important information for the safe use of this product.

78 Comments

been that price forever, its good

Banned

hayfever gimmik thats not going to work these people prey on hayfever sufferers like myself as it is with over priced meds so cold from me

Bought this at the same price last year.
I would normally be quite cynical about products like this but was suffering badly from hayfever on the day I saw it and gave in.
Based on experience, I think it is a good product. It doesn't do the trick on it's own but then neither do the one-a-day tablets I use (loratadine) but when used together they have eased my suffering very well.
Heat added for the deal and for making sufferers aware of an alternative to the traditional medicines.

My sons teacher approached us about his hayfever a few weeks ago.
She was concerned that he would not cope with his sats because of his symptoms.
Went out and got one of these in desperation - but must admit I didn't expect much.
WOW! Don't knock it until you try it! Within a week the symptoms had subsided dramatically and he was able to do his sats without too much trouble.
I know they don't work for everybody but it has definitely worked for him. Not a cure by any means but it really has reduced the symptoms to manageable levels.
Bear in mind that if you buy this then you can get the air purifier/ioniser at half price so you get both for £21.

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Ompy117;5370768

Heat added for the deal and for making sufferers aware of an alternative … Heat added for the deal and for making sufferers aware of an alternative to the traditional medicines.



thanks - I am currently breastfeeding my new son so I have been looking at alternative remedies.
Today has been dreadful for hayfever!!

Hot from me, its not an amazing product but i definately noticed a difference when using this. Have a lot on amazon, there is a similar product for about £80 i think. For £15 its got to be worth a punt.

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This nonsense product has been thoroughly debunked dozens of times but, like most alternative therapies, the placebo effect does its magic in the vast minority of cases- so ill-infomed people think it works.
Do you really think that red light can alleviate/cure hayfever? Do you really?!
This is pure voodoo, buy it if you are completely ignorant of science and therefore susceptible to the placebo effect it gives then buy it.
This is a disgraceful ,cynical and sinister exploitation of a medical condition and brings eternal shame on those snakes at lloyds pharmacy.

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Ompy117;5370768

Bought this at the same price last year.I would normally be quite cynical … Bought this at the same price last year.I would normally be quite cynical about products like this but was suffering badly from hayfever on the day I saw it and gave in.Based on experience, I think it is a good product. It doesn't do the trick on it's own but then neither do the one-a-day tablets I use (loratadine) but when used together they have eased my suffering very well.Heat added for the deal and for making sufferers aware of an alternative to the traditional medicines.


Have you tried some of the other anti-histamines? Loratidine didnt really work for me- cetirizine did.

Having been a pharmacist for 8 years, I wouldn't be taking medical advice from punters on the forum.. best to see your pharmacist or GP...
As for the product, I wouldn't buy it nor sell it to anyone....

Mascherano;5373006

This nonsense product has been thoroughly debunked dozens of times but, … This nonsense product has been thoroughly debunked dozens of times but, like most alternative therapies, the placebo effect does its magic in the vast minority of cases- so ill-infomed people think it works.Do you really think that red light can alleviate/cure hayfever? Do you really?!This is pure voodoo, buy it if you are completely ignorant of science and therefore susceptible to the placebo effect it gives then buy it. This is a disgraceful ,cynical and sinister exploitation of a medical condition and brings eternal shame on those snakes at lloyds pharmacy.



What can i say, after using this, i could breath through my nose again. Not sure a placebo can have such effect.

Original Poster

Mascherano;5373006

This nonsense product has been thoroughly debunked dozens of times but, … This nonsense product has been thoroughly debunked dozens of times but, like most alternative therapies, the placebo effect does its magic in the vast minority of cases- so ill-infomed people think it works.Do you really think that red light can alleviate/cure hayfever? Do you really?!This is pure voodoo, buy it if you are completely ignorant of science and therefore susceptible to the placebo effect it gives then buy it. This is a disgraceful ,cynical and sinister exploitation of a medical condition and brings eternal shame on those snakes at lloyds pharmacy.



This is your opinion, which I respect. What I don't respect is the manner in which you put it across. Let people make their own minds up without being belittled for what decision they make.
Light therapy is not voodoo - en.wikipedia.org/wik…apy

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rudie111;5377417

What can i say, after using this, i could breath through my nose again. … What can i say, after using this, i could breath through my nose again. Not sure a placebo can have such effect.


It can. Placebo effects are incredible, fascinating things.
I find this product distasteful and misleading, however.

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magpieno1;5377840

This is your opinion, which I respect. What I don't respect is the manner … This is your opinion, which I respect. What I don't respect is the manner in which you put it across. Let people make their own minds up without being belittled for what decision they make. Light therapy is not voodoo - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light_therapy


Red light therapy to alleviate hayfever is voodoo science at its worst.
There is no evidence that this snake-oil product works- this is a ploy by Lloyds to abuse their position as a reputable pharmacy to make a few quid.
The wikipedia (!) link which you provide makes no mention of hayfever treatment as far as I can tell, not sure what your point is there.

Original Poster

Mascherano;5377937

It can. Placebo effects are incredible, fascinating things.I find this … It can. Placebo effects are incredible, fascinating things.I find this product distasteful and misleading, however.



Mascherano;5377988

Red light therapy to alleviate hayfever is voodoo science at its worst. … Red light therapy to alleviate hayfever is voodoo science at its worst. There is no evidence that this snake-oil product works- this is a ploy by Lloyds to abuse their position as a reputable pharmacy to make a few quid.The wikipedia (!) link which you provide makes no mention of hayfever treatment as far as I can tell, not sure what your point is there.



My point (which you don't seem to understand) is that light therapy (as per my link) has and can be used for different medical conditions (I never said the link specifically referred to hayfever).
If you think this is a distasteful and misleading product, why bother reading about the deal - it is obviously something that you would never buy so all you have done is waste your time. But I guess if you have nothing better to do....

Mascherano;5377988

Red light therapy to alleviate hayfever is voodoo science at its worst. … Red light therapy to alleviate hayfever is voodoo science at its worst. There is no evidence that this snake-oil product works- this is a ploy by Lloyds to abuse their position as a reputable pharmacy to make a few quid.The wikipedia (!) link which you provide makes no mention of hayfever treatment as far as I can tell, not sure what your point is there.



magpieno1;5378850

My point (which you don't seem to understand) is that light therapy (as … My point (which you don't seem to understand) is that light therapy (as per my link) has and can be used for different medical conditions (I never said the link specifically referred to hayfever). If you think this is a distasteful and misleading product, why bother reading about the deal - it is obviously something that you would never buy so all you have done is waste your time. But I guess if you have nothing better to do....



I've seen him slate every deal he's commented on, so don't feed the troll

Mascherano;5377937

It can. Placebo effects are incredible, fascinating things.I find this … It can. Placebo effects are incredible, fascinating things.I find this product distasteful and misleading, however.



Well i understand that placebos can have a great effect on things due to psychological reasons. Taking a tablet for headaches for examples often work with a placebo type effect. But my sneezing and blocked nose are phyical issues not psychological. Hell if you can get vitamin D from sunlight, they may be hope for light treatment for hayfever yet. If you are a sufferer, i would suggest trying this, but also, keep an open mind.

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Yes, but dont pay Lloyds 15 quid to keep your open mind.
I've read the scientific study that underpins this treatment, its here if you want to read it too:
medisana.nl/fil…pdf
Bear in mind that this study has been shown to be completley flawed in its design and implementation. Most scientists in the field agree that its conclusions are not supported by the data, which is corrupted by lack of controls.
The study is over a decade old now and nobody has replicated it.
I'm not bashing (ultraviolet) light therapy per se, I'm just saying there is no scientific evidence that this product works.
The trouble is, Lloyds must already know this; yet they continue to market it as a therapy for hayfever. I find that cynical and exploitative.

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zulfib;5376258

Having been a pharmacist for 8 years, I wouldn't be taking medical advice … Having been a pharmacist for 8 years, I wouldn't be taking medical advice from punters on the forum.. best to see your pharmacist or GP...As for the product, I wouldn't buy it nor sell it to anyone....


Sensible words indeed

Ill admit i haven't read the whole document, just the conclusion, which is as follows:

"In conclusion, allergic rhinitis, when
uncomplicated by polyps, deviated nasal
septum or chronic sinusitis, may be
treated effectively by red light illumination
of the nasal mucosa at 660 nm,
leading in many cases to marked alleviation
of symptoms. Wherever possible,
candidates should be selected by
endoscopic examination to rule out
polyposis and sinusitis."

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rudie111;5380810

Ill admit i haven't read the whole document, just the conclusion, which … Ill admit i haven't read the whole document, just the conclusion, which is as follows:"In conclusion, allergic rhinitis, whenuncomplicated by polyps, deviated nasalseptum or chronic sinusitis, may betreated effectively by red light illuminationof the nasal mucosa at 660 nm,leading in many cases to marked alleviationof symptoms. Wherever possible,candidates should be selected byendoscopic examination to rule outpolyposis and sinusitis."


Unfortunately the conclusions arent valid if the study method is flawed. In this case, they didnt have any proper controls and cant distinguish a real effect from placebo.
It would be great if shining red light up your nose alleviated hayfever, I'm a year-round sufferer myself, but there is no evidence that it does.

Well it works for me!

At first I was not going to bother posting in this thread but various people have pushed me into doing so.

"I wanna tell you a storeeeeey" - for those that are old enough to understand this quote............

I suffer mild hayfever and my sons is severe. I take nothing except an antihystamine tablet when it is really bad. I am also atopic in that I suffer a number of other allergies, including dogs and horses. My son is also anaphylactic to nuts and has to take anti hystamines, nasal sprays etc during the period from when the rape seed pollen is out for the next 2 months.

Last year someone told me about these and I laughed and dismissed it. They then went to the trouble of buying me one and challenging me to use it for a week - 3 times a day. As I am not someone who dismisses things out of hand I gave it a fair go. The first thing I noticed after using it was that my nostrils seemed to have opened up - I was less stuffy and could breathe more easily. I liken it to breathing in on a cold day and the feeling you get when your nostrils feel wider (hope that makes sense!). I also had a slightly runny nose immediately afterwards and with one blow it went. By the end of the week I was clear for a while after using it and not sneezing as much. I decided to carry on using it and "see what happened". Within a few weeks my symptoms had disappeared. Maybe this was because the pollen season was over for the particular pollens I reacted to - I do not know. What I do know is that as soon as I started feeling the symptoms this season I immediately started using it again and have not taken a tablet or been stuffy at all this season. Maybe this is because the pollen is not as bad this year - I do not know.

My son started using one last year as well. When he first started using it he would get 1 minute into the treatment and start sneezing every 5 seconds. Within a week he stopped doing this and saw some improvement. He stopped using his prescription nasal sprays and cut down his medication after we had spoken to his GP about it. This year he is not stuffy at all, as soon as he started sneezing he started using the probes 4 times a day and so far has not had to take any medicines at all. Maybe this is because the pollen is not as bad this year - I do not know.

What I do know is that as a sceptic I was not affected by any placebo effect - in fact I was hoping it would prove me right when I used it.

What I do know is that the effect on both my son and I has been a beneficial one.

What I do know is that lots of reasearch is flawed but sometimes even though it is flawed it can still come out with the right results.

What I do know is that GP's I have spoken to about it have not told me it is harmful to my health and they have had many similar stories but cannot totally explain it.

What I do know is that despite someone here saying as a pharmacist that they would not sell it - Pharmacies have for years been selling cold and flu "remedies" under many thousands of different labels and recent research has shown that all of it is a complete waste of money that do nothing to shorten any period of discomfort over and above something as simple as paracetamol and yet they continue to stock their shelves with these things, especially child medicines, that trade on peoples insecurities and take their money from them. "“He that is without sin among you, let him cast the first stone"

What I do know is that there is a degree of tolerance in us that allows for all manner of beliefs. I do not post here to encourage people to buy one but to have an open mind and not be swayed by vociferous postings either way.

I did not believe that these things work - I do now. They may not work for everyone but they may help some people in some small way. Either by placebo, or real effect, I do not know - but "every little helps".

P.S. By the way, the deal is better if you want to buy 2 for any reason - buy 1 and get the second half price. £22.49 for 2 (£11.25 each).

P.P.S. I paid the friend for the one he gave me - I felt guilty that he had spent the money on it and I got some benefit from using it!

Ian

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Hatchorder;5432895

What I do know is that despite someone here saying as a pharmacist that … What I do know is that despite someone here saying as a pharmacist that they would not sell it - Pharmacies have for years been selling cold and flu "remedies" under many thousands of different labels and recent research has shown that all of it is a complete waste of money that do nothing to shorten any period of discomfort over and above something as simple as paracetamol and yet they continue to stock their shelves with these things, especially child medicines, that trade on peoples insecurities and take their money from them. "“He that is without sin among you, let him cast the first stone"Ian



Anecdotal evidence doesnt really move this discussion forward, Ian. There are thousands of people who will swear blind that voodoo wroks, or that healing crystals work, or that prayer works.
I'm interested in scientific evidence and I'm seen the scientific evidence for this product-its flawed.
You are right about the cold and flu remedies on sale- palliative at best, cynical expoitative nonsense at worst.

Mascherano;5436328

Anecdotal evidence doesnt really move this discussion forward, Ian. There … Anecdotal evidence doesnt really move this discussion forward, Ian. There are thousands of people who will swear blind that voodoo wroks, or that healing crystals work, or that prayer works.I'm interested in scientific evidence and I'm seen the scientific evidence for this product-its flawed.You are right about the cold and flu remedies on sale- palliative at best, cynical expoitative nonsense at worst.



Whilst the scientific evidence you have seen is flawed this is not the only research that has been done. However I am not here to argue with you about the evidence that may be flawed I do not see any scientific evidence to say that it does not work or is harmful.

For many years many people have said that Amalgam fillings containing Mercury are harmful. This has supposedly been proved wrong, both in the US and Europe and claimed to be quackery and people who have had fillings removed and said their health has improved have been derrided, but earlier this year the FDA finally agreed that "Dental amalgams contain mercury, which may have neurotoxic effects on the nervous systems of developing children and fetuses," (Their spelling not mine!) This is a complete U turn. The report goes on to admit that Mercury vapour is released on chewing. 10 years ago people laughed at this supposition.

Medical science proves nothing, ever – it may strongly support something, suggest relationships or causality, and even be ‘convincing’, but it can’t prove it as opposed to mathematics where proof is everything. Many licences granted for products are done so on the basis that they have a greater beneficial effect than a placebo and does no harm. “Scientific consensus" is the preferred term over “scientifically proven” which tells me even the experts cannot be 100% - ever.

Without resorting to hysteria and all sorts of other means I have found that this works for me and my son, I cannot respond for other people,and I do think that the science on this is not perfect. You on the other had, as a self admitted sufferer of hayfever, have not tried it and yet knock it. Whilst I am sure that you will respond by saying that Lloyds will not get your £15. I am sure that Lloyds will survive without worrying about your money. And whilst you may well be one of the 20% that do not benefit from it surely you can see that as a complete sceptic you will actually be able to test it like me - waiting for it to fail.

I have a challenge for you now. I am prepared to put my money where my mouth is. Contact me by PM with your address and I will purchase and send you a brand new one. Do me the courtesy to complete a proper test of it for 2 weeks, using it 3 or 4 times a day, and if it does not work for you, you can send it back to me with nothing lost other than a little postege.

However I am also aware that you may think I am merely trying to cram this down your throat and I have never doorstepped anyone, so if you send me a "Thanks but no thanks" I will not be judgemental on you but will respect you position.

At least your response to me was a little less vociferous than other postings. Thank you for not being hostile.

Mascherano;5373006

This nonsense product has been thoroughly debunked dozens of times but, … This nonsense product has been thoroughly debunked dozens of times but, like most alternative therapies, the placebo effect does its magic in the vast minority of cases- so ill-infomed people think it works.Do you really think that red light can alleviate/cure hayfever? Do you really?!This is pure voodoo, buy it if you are completely ignorant of science and therefore susceptible to the placebo effect it gives then buy it. This is a disgraceful ,cynical and sinister exploitation of a medical condition and brings eternal shame on those snakes at lloyds pharmacy.




OMG get a grip!

My friend has been using this to help alleviate blockages caused by polyps and it has aided her greatly.. her son a severe allergy sufferer was bought one and it eased his complaints significantly...yeh a bit wierd for some to stick things up yer nose but each to their own.

The thing with hayfever is that it can change every day. The other week I was fine and felt nothing. Yesterday I was terrible and had sore eyes, blocked nose etc. Today I feel fine. The weather can also affect the conditions you may suffer. Ive never used this product before but when people say they've started using it and felt better it may have nothing to do with the actual product but the weather and where they are at the time.

Mascherano;5373006

This nonsense product has been thoroughly debunked dozens of times but, … This nonsense product has been thoroughly debunked dozens of times but, like most alternative therapies, the placebo effect does its magic in the vast minority of cases- so ill-infomed people think it works.Do you really think that red light can alleviate/cure hayfever? Do you really?!This is pure voodoo, buy it if you are completely ignorant of science and therefore susceptible to the placebo effect it gives then buy it. This is a disgraceful ,cynical and sinister exploitation of a medical condition and brings eternal shame on those snakes at lloyds pharmacy.



Did you deliberately write that to sound condescending or is it a natural disposition. I am trying one of these out and it seems to be helping. Obviouslyt, it could just be that one of my hay fever triggers has lessened in the last few days also, I am not claiming thiat I am a clinical trial:roll: I am neither ignorant of science or ill-informed. Just open minded.

As for pharmacies; haven't they been selling cough remidies for babies/toddlers for years that have now been proved to be harmful? Perhaps trusting everything pharmacists and GPs say, without questioing them, is ignorant and illinformed.

does jack all. i like the humidifier they sell though

nice find, im going to get mine now.

My allergies suck. Today i got out of bed too fast (to get a tissue for my tap-nose).
I felt light headed and eventually collapsed.

Woke up about a minute later feeling fine.

Damn allergies

Mascherano;5436328

Anecdotal evidence doesnt really move this discussion forward, Ian. There … Anecdotal evidence doesnt really move this discussion forward, Ian. There are thousands of people who will swear blind that voodoo wroks, or that healing crystals work, or that prayer works.I'm interested in scientific evidence and I'm seen the scientific evidence for this product-its flawed.You are right about the cold and flu remedies on sale- palliative at best, cynical expoitative nonsense at worst.



Have you actually tried one of these...? I doubt it. If that is the case you don't have much grounds to comment on. Since the scientific study you have highlighted is flawed, you are completely ignorant to this items effectiveness - be it good or bad, until you have tried it yourself. Please stop filling the message boards with your BS!

I suffer from hayfever quite badly and even Piriton tablets aren't enough. When my hayfever is bad I use this once in the morning and once before bed. It's not enough on its own but it does provide some short-term relief.

Mascherano;5373006

This nonsense product has been thoroughly debunked dozens of times but, … This nonsense product has been thoroughly debunked dozens of times but, like most alternative therapies, the placebo effect does its magic in the vast minority of cases- so ill-infomed people think it works.Do you really think that red light can alleviate/cure hayfever? Do you really?!This is pure voodoo, buy it if you are completely ignorant of science and therefore susceptible to the placebo effect it gives then buy it. This is a disgraceful ,cynical and sinister exploitation of a medical condition and brings eternal shame on those snakes at lloyds pharmacy.



You're rude. It certainly has a positive effect on me. In fact, MY claims it DOES work are more valid than yours, because YOU have never clearly had the need / circumstances to try it. :whistling:

Mascherano;5373006

This nonsense product has been thoroughly debunked dozens of times but, … This nonsense product has been thoroughly debunked dozens of times but, like most alternative therapies, the placebo effect does its magic in the vast minority of cases- so ill-infomed people think it works.Do you really think that red light can alleviate/cure hayfever? Do you really?!This is pure voodoo, buy it if you are completely ignorant of science and therefore susceptible to the placebo effect it gives then buy it. This is a disgraceful ,cynical and sinister exploitation of a medical condition and brings eternal shame on those snakes at lloyds pharmacy.



Are you a medical professional who has any idea how this works?

Please explain your scientific method for discrediting it?

NOT A DEAL!! Been this price since they came out!

not a deal!!!!!!!

Mascherano;5381646

Unfortunately the conclusions arent valid if the study method is flawed. … Unfortunately the conclusions arent valid if the study method is flawed. In this case, they didnt have any proper controls and cant distinguish a real effect from placebo.It would be great if shining red light up your nose alleviated hayfever, I'm a year-round sufferer myself, but there is no evidence that it does.



So you provide a link proving you incorrect, and then find some rubbish way of getting out of it by debunking the study. Until you've done a study of your own, OR shown evidence that you are indeed not talking crap and scientists around the WORLD have debunked this study, then you are just digging a bigger hole.

I'm suprised you believe SO many people hear are falling for this, and phsycologically correcting their own conditions with mind power.

Mascherano;5380311

Yes, but dont pay Lloyds 15 quid to keep your open mind. I've read the … Yes, but dont pay Lloyds 15 quid to keep your open mind. I've read the scientific study that underpins this treatment, its here if you want to read it too:http://www.medisana.nl/files/Clinical_test_Medinose.pdfBear in mind that this study has been shown to be completley flawed in its design and implementation. Most scientists in the field agree that its conclusions are not supported by the data, which is corrupted by lack of controls.


Evidence? or are you just mouthing off?
Mascherano;5380311

The study is over a decade old now and nobody has replicated it.I'm not … The study is over a decade old now and nobody has replicated it.I'm not bashing (ultraviolet) light therapy per se, I'm just saying there is no scientific evidence that this product works.


Apart from that test. Again, got any studies that prove it doesn't work or are you just mouthing off?

Mascherano;5380311

The trouble is, Lloyds must already know this; yet they continue to … The trouble is, Lloyds must already know this; yet they continue to market it as a therapy for hayfever. I find that cynical and exploitative.


It works for a number of people I know, placebo or not. 100% of people I know who have tried it have had an improvement in their symptoms.

kerri_ NOT A DEAL!! Been this price since they came out!not a deal!!!!!!!

stewby;5586709

Perhaps trusting everything pharmacists and GPs say, without questioing … Perhaps trusting everything pharmacists and GPs say, without questioing them, is ignorant and illinformed.



Wait, who's selling this product again? Oh yeah, pharmacists - probably at a decent mark-up too.

I'll have to chime in with the evidence based-medicine rational crew. This product is pure bunk and it embarrasses me that Lloyds (one of the better pharmacies as it happens) sells such crap using the reputations of their employees (pharmacists who should really be able to use their background as scientists and professionals and thus make a rational choice not to sell it).

It's certainly one of the reasons why I won't work in community pharmacy. Pharmacists should not offer medical interventions without evidence - and in my opinion that goes for cough syrups as much as it does elaborate systems of 3p LEDs.

zulfib;5376258

Having been a pharmacist for 8 years, I wouldn't be taking medical advice … Having been a pharmacist for 8 years, I wouldn't be taking medical advice from punters on the forum.. best to see your pharmacist or GP...As for the product, I wouldn't buy it nor sell it to anyone....



my gp told me to start taking anti histamines before the hay fever season starts to "build up a defence" as it were i find the citrizine hydrochloride do make you a bit dopey the best ones were the ones you got for hayfever that were withdrawn because they caused heart palpitations

I'm as cynical as you can get, but last year I was feeling like crap, so chanced on one of these as they were on offer and it worked for me. Got it out again this yr as the hayfever started kicking in, but it's doing the job.

Doesn't seem to work for my mom, but I don't think shes using it twice daily...

Don't care if it's a placebo or not, as long as my nose aint dripping like a tap, and sneezing like a melon farmer.

i bought one 3 days ago, been using it 3 times a day since, so far, its doing nothing for me.

if no improvement by Saturday, im going to get some Beconase, its worked great for me in the past.
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