Asda Menthol Lozenges Reviews
Product Type: Asda Coughs, Colds & Flus
Description:Dosage Form: Drops / Type: Coughs, Colds & Flu / Honey and Lemon 24's
Newest Review: ... tried (and I have tried quite a few different brands) I was surprised by how much I liked Asda's product. Personally, I ... more
by - written on 18/07/13 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Asda blackcurrant flavoured menthol lozenges My husband and I both seem to be having a run of colds and other minor ailments of late including sore throats - it probably has something to do with being first time parents and all the work, stress and late nights that can and do really run you into the ground. When I was doing the weekly shop I opted to try Asda's own soothing lozenges instead of picking up one of the much more expensive brands. The packaging states: "The pleasant tasting blackcurrant flavour combined with menthol and eucalyptus provides a soothing action." And I would have to agree. Unlike some other throat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/12 (Very useful, 134 readings)
Asda make this own brand range of throat sweets and they retail for £1.79 per pack of 36. The packaging for each is a cardboard box containing three blister packs of 12 lozenges each, they come in a number of different flavours including cherry, lemon and honey and blackcurrant. I have tried both the lemon and the cherry ones and currently have the cherry ones in my desk at work. Considering that Strepsils are around double the price of these (and you usually only get 24 in a pack) these are great value - but I do think you get what you pay for and these have a few issues which I have never had with Strepsils. These do very well at soothing the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I had a chance to get to use the asda menthol throat and cold lozenges when they were on offer for £1 a pack last year. I think that they were great value at that price because I got a lot of them in my pack and they helped me out with my cold. The normal price for the asda menthol lozenge packs is about £1.79 but at £1 a pack they were excellent. The pack is not like what is shown here and they come with a few flavours to choose from. The packs are made from card and they hold 36 menthol lozenges in each one. You can get a cherry menthol pack and I thought they were ok but tasted a bit too sweetie like for me and I kept crunching them up too quick. ... Read the complete review
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