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Nurofen cold and flu relief sixteen tablets £1 instore @ Poundworld
Nurofen cold and flu relief sixteen tablets £1 instore @ Poundworld

Nurofen cold and flu relief sixteen tablets £1 instore @ Poundworld

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Having recently contracted Man-flu, ive found these to be excellent in easing the walking dead like symptoms. Expiry date is Nov 17 and these sell for in excess of £5 most places. So to all my brothers out there, it's worth stocking up at this price in case you to get the dreaded "worse than child birth" man-flu. They also sold me three packets without question and unlike other brands you take every 8 hours rather than every four hours so the're even better value for money. Must crawl back to bed now!

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poundland or poundworld??

Original Poster

Poundworld, sorry

Generic ibuprofen in Boots is 35p for 16 200mg tablets.

endothecat

Generic ibuprofen in Boots is 35p for 16 200mg tablets.



​These nurofens are for cold and flu, hence will probably have a decongestant in them. For £1, they are a steal!

Original Poster

Although you get 24 in these you are advised to take two every four hours not two every eight hours, however these look to be the closest Boots own brand at £4.99: boots.com/hea…213.

JohnnyZee

​These nurofens are for cold and flu, hence will probably have a d … ​These nurofens are for cold and flu, hence will probably have a decongestant in them. For £1, they are a steal!



I doubt it. Evidently you have not read about the Australian case where they were banned by the government for describing the same product for doing different things to corner certain markets.​

Original Poster

I doubt it. Evidently you have not read about the Australian case where … I doubt it. Evidently you have not read about the Australian case where they were banned by the government for describing the same product for doing different things to corner certain markets.

These are clearly not the same. Evidently you have not read: netdoctor.co.uk/med…ne/

ScottyMelotty

These are clearly not the same. Evidently you have not read: … These are clearly not the same. Evidently you have not read: http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/medicines/aches-and-pains/a7245/nurofen-cold-and-flu-ibuprofen-pseudoephedrine/



I'm not sure that article you've linked to is relevant to UK products, as I was under the impression that no products containing 'pseudo' were available over the counter here due to the use of that ingredient in making crystal meth (google 'smurfing' for more info on that). As other posters have stated, i'm pretty sure that generics of this are indeed cheaper, although i'm happy to be corrected.
Edited by: "dealpickle" 20th Jun

Original Poster

Apologies it was a .co.uk site and thought it was good site. You are right these, unfortunately do not have ingredients used by "the one who knocks". These contain phenylephrine hydrochloride. I also appreciate that supermarkets own brands can be as good as brand names and pills marketed for period pains, back pains and other pains can be exactly the same as the standard product. However these i dont believe fall into this category and from someone who will normally avoid taking pills, i have to say these have worked wonders on my sinuses, neck pains, sore throat etc. For a pound you are getting more than a normal packet of nurofen and these still remain to be over £5 eveywhere i have looked.

Bargain! I wish I had flu, then I could save loads of dosh buying these.

not bad if you are a pseud with man flu
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