loratidine 10mg tablets £7.94 for 9x30 tablets @ chemist direct (88p for 30 tablets) and free delivery
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loratidine 10mg tablets £7.94 for 9x30 tablets @ chemist direct (88p for 30 tablets) and free delivery

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Found 18th Apr 2016
This is the best deal I could find for loratidine which is a clarityn equivalent just non branded. It is much cheaper than any high street price. My husband and I use it daily over hayfever season so this should be enough for this year. Use code 3FREEDEL16 to get free delivery.

What is loratadine?
Loratadine is an antihistamine that reduces the effects of natural chemical histamine in the body. Histamine can produce symptoms of sneezing, itching, watery eyes, and runny nose.

Loratadine is used to treat sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, hives, skin rash, itching, and other cold or allergy symptoms.

Loratadine is also used to treat skin hives and itching in people with chronic skin reactions.
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r they gonna sell u 9packs of 30.
if they do. bravo.

normal pharmacy would not.
For patient safety reasons.
Ordered, thank you
e4u369

r they gonna sell u 9packs of 30.if they do. bravo.normal pharmacy would … r they gonna sell u 9packs of 30.if they do. bravo.normal pharmacy would not.For patient safety reasons.



​They do ask some medical questions before you can check out.
cmsimc

Ordered, thank you



​You're welcome.
8.4% cashback with TCB for new customer too
Single boxes for £0.89 also, which is a great buy - didn't really want the full 9 months worth!
Heat added
Thanks. Didn't need 9 but purchased 3 packs instead with the free delivery code.
Will definitely come in handy for Hayfever season. Thankyou Watson 44 for adding the extra information in.
Non drowsy as opposed to cetirizine.
The sneezing season has started for me so thanks for posting!
livreg

Non drowsy as opposed to cetirizine.


Also causes liver problems, mine was like a balloon after 2 years+ use for rhinitis. Severe back pain over 2 years turned out to be enlarged liver, discontinued and within a week pain started getting better.


Heat OP.
seaniboy

Also causes liver problems, mine was like a balloon after 2 years+ use … Also causes liver problems, mine was like a balloon after 2 years+ use for rhinitis. Severe back pain over 2 years turned out to be enlarged liver, discontinued and within a week pain started getting better. Heat OP.



The Cetrizine caused the problems you experienced, or this Loratadine? Or do you mean all anti-histamines? Did you use anything else to control your symptoms instead?
Ordered thanks. Also Beconase nasal spray is £6 on there for anyone who uses it. Cheaper than amazon
Ask yourself why they are so cheap? don't go cheap on your health and well being.
Its coming to that time of year again ...
If your gna take tabs for hayfever, Fexofenadine is the best. I use a nasal spray as a back up, i never use these cheap tabs.
a2tmfk

Ask yourself why they are so cheap? don't go cheap on your health and … Ask yourself why they are so cheap? don't go cheap on your health and well being.



Because generic tablets are cheap that's why,the same with anything,you pay more for brand names.
f3rgy15

If your gna take tabs for hayfever, Fexofenadine is the best. I use a … If your gna take tabs for hayfever, Fexofenadine is the best. I use a nasal spray as a back up, i never use these cheap tabs.



Medical studies suggest otherwise: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16270720

There is no "right" answer when it comes to antihistamine. Different people find different versions more effective. Personally, I've always found ceritizine more effective than loratadine. But others may find different.

Any if you wanna keep paying extra for branded tablets with exactly the same active ingredient, that's your prerogative. In some countries, the quality of the cheap ones may be questionable. But in the UK, they're fine.
a2tmfk

Ask yourself why they are so cheap? don't go cheap on your health and … Ask yourself why they are so cheap? don't go cheap on your health and well being.



​They are cheap because drug companies charge extortionate amounts for something which costs pennies. Do you actually think that clarityn, at over ten times this price, is any different to loratidine 10mg?
I've just gone for the 12 pack at £9.01 ( works out 75p per pack ). Been waiting for the free delivery code to pop up again. Thanks op, voted hot just for the code ☺
Customer service is a bit rubbish from this company, made a recent order & they sent me the wrong thing (dangerous even?) am still waiting for them to respond, customer service ticket just sat at 'being processed'.
Thank you, just order 6 packs - especially good with the free delivery code.
Was prescribed cetirizine tablets from doc today, but managed to get 3 months worth for £2.67 from here delivered, cheers
jans

The Cetrizine caused the problems you experienced, or this Loratadine? Or … The Cetrizine caused the problems you experienced, or this Loratadine? Or do you mean all anti-histamines? Did you use anything else to control your symptoms instead?




Cetrizine, nasty stuff, its side effects are higher than this stuff.


I use Flixonase now, £15 private prescription or nhs...you are best treating at source not via pills that go through your body, but tablets are cheaper for the NHS. Insist on the spray and treat the area not the whole body.

Flixonase Aqueous Nasal Spray



(I get it free in Scotland :))
seaniboy

Cetrizine, nasty stuff, its side effects are higher than this stuff.I use … Cetrizine, nasty stuff, its side effects are higher than this stuff.I use Flixonase now, £15 private prescription or nhs...you are best treating at source not via pills that go through your body, but tablets are cheaper for the NHS. Insist on the spray and treat the area not the whole body.Flixonase Aqueous Nasal Spray (I get it free in Scotland :))


But like most things what doesn't suit one person may suit another
ndksamb

But like most things what doesn't suit one person may suit another




The specialist I had on my liver stated the amount of people she had seen it turns out are taking anti-his tablets is very high, it was also her who stated it is cost over local treatment of the area with sprays. This was the top liver consultant in my trust. GP's pay for your prescription out their budget not a general NHS budget, GP's surgeries by most are private companies outsourced by NHS funding.

GP's keep costs down which can add further health issues later.

My liver was so bad I was repeatedly asked about my booze intake, which is low, when I got cranky about the continued asking was insinuating I was lying, the specialist looked at my prescription meds, cheap anti-his tablets and cheapest asthma tablets and inhalers.

I now am on the most expensive asthma treatment Seretide 250 inhaler and Flixonase. The cost to the nhs is massive in comparison, the improvement to my health even more massive.


A GP/NHS specialist is not god, I had to go private many times because their failures, failures were based on cost not best treatment, cheapest treatment.
seaniboy

The specialist I had on my liver stated the amount of people she had seen … The specialist I had on my liver stated the amount of people she had seen it turns out are taking anti-his tablets is very high, it was also her who stated it is cost over local treatment of the area with sprays. This was the top liver consultant in my trust. GP's pay for your prescription out their budget not a general NHS budget, GP's surgeries by most are private companies outsourced by NHS funding. GP's keep costs down which can add further health issues later. My liver was so bad I was repeatedly asked about my booze intake, which is low, when I got cranky about the continued asking was insinuating I was lying, the specialist looked at my prescription meds, cheap anti-his tablets and cheapest asthma tablets and inhalers. I now am on the most expensive asthma treatment Seretide 250 inhaler and Flixonase. The cost to the nhs is massive in comparison, the improvement to my health even more massive.A GP/NHS specialist is not god, I had to go private many times because their failures, failures were based on cost not best treatment, cheapest treatment.



G.P.s should not be paid £100K plus, but that's down to governments of the past. It's almost sickening that these jack of all trades master of none/some get paid this absurd amount of money.

I still of course trust science >

coolinginflammation.blogspot.co.uk/


Edited by: "fishmaster" 19th Apr 2016
fishmaster

G.P.s should not be paid £100K plus, but that's down to governments of … G.P.s should not be paid £100K plus, but that's down to governments of the past. It's almost sickening that these jack of all trades master of none/some get paid this absurd amount of money. I still of course trust science >http://coolinginflammation.blogspot.co.uk/




Also the amount of allergens in ready made food EVEN healthy marketed, soya/egg is in most breads these days...

A flavouring called MSG has its own E number...proven to cause heart related issues, can be listed as its E number or mono sodium glutamate.


You are what you eat, spend a hour in the supermarket buying your usual stuff with a smartphone in hand googling
ingredients, sugar tax ? tip of the iceberg.

The NHS is falling to bits because we are all eating poisons to the human body.

fishmaster

G.P.s should not be paid £100K plus, but that's down to governments of … G.P.s should not be paid £100K plus, but that's down to governments of the past. It's almost sickening that these jack of all trades master of none/some get paid this absurd amount of money. I still of course trust science >http://coolinginflammation.blogspot.co.uk/



I'm quite skeptical of anyone that seemingly deals in absolutes such as diet and gut bacteria is the cause of and solution to all disease. Also apparently obesity is contagious?!
It will not let me use the code
great thanks ordered 6
seaniboy

Also the amount of allergens in ready made food EVEN healthy marketed, … Also the amount of allergens in ready made food EVEN healthy marketed, soya/egg is in most breads these days...A flavouring called MSG has its own E number...proven to cause heart related issues, can be listed as its E number or mono sodium glutamate.You are what you eat, spend a hour in the supermarket buying your usual stuff with a smartphone in hand googling ingredients, sugar tax ? tip of the iceberg. The NHS is falling to bits because we are all eating poisons to the human body.



I think your treatments are more powerful so an improvement isn't surprising but good to hear. Stronger treatments aren't used immediately usually because they have more side effects and not simply cost. If you have an infection, you don't immediately get prescribed the most powerful and expensive antibiotic available. Your treatments contains steroids and small amounts of these will enter your bloodstream so it's not an entirely localised therapy. I don't see why cheaper inhalers and basic antihistamines could cause much liver damage and if so then any more than other treatments. I think they can be an issue if you already have liver damage or decreased liver function.

MSG likely isn't a significant issue in the vast majority of people as an E number is a substance that has been thoroughly tested. Vitamin C is another E number. Glutamatic acid is naturally found in foods like tomatoes and Parmesan. Glutamic acid is an amino acid which is found in most proteins and cells in your body. Googling ingredients can potentially lead to a variety of misinformation and scary sounding articles.
1STBUY10 is a 10% off plus free delivery code.
yrreb88

I'm quite skeptical of anyone that seemingly deals in absolutes such as … I'm quite skeptical of anyone that seemingly deals in absolutes such as diet and gut bacteria is the cause of and solution to all disease. Also apparently obesity is contagious?!



The USA government spent $115 million on The Human Microbiome project. The human body has 23,000 genes, the microbiome many many times that, research indicates that the bacteria genes affect human health. We are 10% human 90% bacteria is the tag line, probably not entirely true. Anyway the research is out there, the microbiome makes chemicals that are essential to humans, we live in synergy with the bacteria. The microbiome is quite amazing and yet we know relatively little about it. So far our research has found many amazing things about the microbiome such as two way communication between innate human and bacteria.

Check the qualifications of Dr Ayers, he's not a quack.
fishmaster

The USA government spent $115 million on The Human Microbiome project. … The USA government spent $115 million on The Human Microbiome project. The human body has 23,000 genes, the microbiome many many times that, research indicates that the bacteria genes affect human health. We are 10% human 90% bacteria is the tag line, probably not entirely true. Anyway the research is out there, the microbiome makes chemicals that are essential to humans, we live in synergy with the bacteria. The microbiome is quite amazing and yet we know relatively little about it. So far our research has found many amazing things about the microbiome such as two way communication between innate human and bacteria. Check the qualifications of Dr Ayers, he's not a quack.



I wasn't questioning his credentials, but a couple of things do raise some red flags, I was questioning some of the assertions and conclusions. A lot of the posts that I looked at suggest to me that the microbiome is essentially a panacea.


It's looking likely that the microbiome is important but this is a rapidly developing field. It's certainly interesting and could lead to some new treatments and guidelines but we can't jump to too many conclusions, at least not yet.


On the other hand maybe I'm just hoping that daily frozen stool pills won't become a recommendation.
These are 66p for 30 in the pharmacy at my local hospital
yrreb88

I think your treatments are more powerful so an improvement isn't … I think your treatments are more powerful so an improvement isn't surprising but good to hear. Stronger treatments aren't used immediately usually because they have more side effects and not simply cost. If you have an infection, you don't immediately get prescribed the most powerful and expensive antibiotic available. Your treatments contains steroids and small amounts of these will enter your bloodstream so it's not an entirely localised therapy. I don't see why cheaper inhalers and basic antihistamines could cause much liver damage and if so then any more than other treatments. I think they can be an issue if you already have liver damage or decreased liver function. MSG likely isn't a significant issue in the vast majority of people as an E number is a substance that has been thoroughly tested. Vitamin C is another E number. Glutamatic acid is naturally found in foods like tomatoes and Parmesan. Glutamic acid is an amino acid which is found in most proteins and cells in your body. Googling ingredients can potentially lead to a variety of misinformation and scary sounding articles.



Putting me on down to a weak asthma inhaler controller and tablets was cost - using my ventolin for 20-30 a day on top. NHS overruled my private treatment and my health went into decline. I fought and fought 3 years to get my Seretide back, no go. Got my private files sent to surgery again and said "prescribe or sue... Your choice" needless to say I walked out with Seretide reinstated to this day, this was after the liver issue. Never a liver issue before or since.

yrreb88

I think your treatments are more powerful so an improvement isn't … I think your treatments are more powerful so an improvement isn't surprising but good to hear. Stronger treatments aren't used immediately usually because they have more side effects and not simply cost. If you have an infection, you don't immediately get prescribed the most powerful and expensive antibiotic available. Your treatments contains steroids and small amounts of these will enter your bloodstream so it's not an entirely localised therapy. I don't see why cheaper inhalers and basic antihistamines could cause much liver damage and if so then any more than other treatments. I think they can be an issue if you already have liver damage or decreased liver function. MSG likely isn't a significant issue in the vast majority of people as an E number is a substance that has been thoroughly tested. Vitamin C is another E number. Glutamatic acid is naturally found in foods like tomatoes and Parmesan. Glutamic acid is an amino acid which is found in most proteins and cells in your body. Googling ingredients can potentially lead to a variety of misinformation and scary sounding articles.



Putting me on down to a weak asthma inhaler controller and tablets was cost - using my ventolin for 20-30 a day on top. NHS overruled my private treatment and my health went into decline. I fought and fought 3 years to get my Seretide back, no go. Got my private files sent to surgery again and said "prescribe or sue... Your choice" needless to say I walked out with Seretide reinstated to this day, this was after the liver issue. Never a liver issue before or since.

Suffer with allergies all year round, so take one every day. Very grateful. Best value I've had to date on Loratadine.
yrreb88

I wasn't questioning his credentials, but a couple of things do raise … I wasn't questioning his credentials, but a couple of things do raise some red flags, I was questioning some of the assertions and conclusions. A lot of the posts that I looked at suggest to me that the microbiome is essentially a panacea. It's looking likely that the microbiome is important but this is a rapidly developing field. It's certainly interesting and could lead to some new treatments and guidelines but we can't jump to too many conclusions, at least not yet. On the other hand maybe I'm just hoping that daily frozen stool pills won't become a recommendation.



You're right it's not a panacea, it won't cure inherent genetic defects, however trying to adopt the healthiest microbiome that science currently knows about is a good place to start. Also in terms of obesity being contagious, that's a tongue in cheek line I'm sure. Science has transplanted the microbiome of mice that are afraid and mice that aren't and the transplanted mice took on the behavioral characteristics of the other mice. Anyway it's an exciting and emerging science and there's so much for us to discover. It's certain that the microbiome is essential and modification of it affects health.
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