Boots Indigestion Relief Tablets Reviews
Product Type: Boots in Health Therapies / Treatments
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Stomach Ailments - Indigestion Relief
Newest Review: ... that lets me use the least amount, and with a bad attack this is not going to be Boots own. Although they are not the ... more
Customer Boots Indigestion Relief Tablets Reviews (6)
by - written on 23/02/13 (Very useful, 67 readings)
A couple of years ago I went through a period where I would wake up every morning with heartburn. It only lasted a month or so, but I always took the Boots Indigestion Relief tablets for it. Recently I have been getting indigestion/heartburn again, so bought another box. The tablets come in a red box similar to the one pictured. The design has been updated slightly and it now has a picture of a torso with a sort of blue circle on it, which I'm guessing is meant to represent heartburn. You get a generous 48 tablets in a box which is an increase I think, as I'm sure the packs used to be smaller than this. Forty-eight tablets equates to four strips of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/13 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I was prepared before christmas and new year as I don't often eat a lot of rich foods as my diet is 1290 kcal per day so this is things like soups, fish, pulses and the odd treat from Birds Eye; or if I'm really lucky some chinese food but again this is light. I knew at christmas and new year I'd be drinking Baileys, eating pudding with flavoured creams and indulging on chocolates and salmon parcels. So in preparation I bought some indigestion relief tablets on the off chance that they would actually work. I bought this box of fruit flavoured tablets which were £2 for 48 and used my Boots points to make the purchase so this made the choice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/13 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I never go anywhere without indigestion tablets in my bag, its something both Mark and I suffer from and there's nothing worse than acid indigestion when you are out and about. A few years ago I always bought Gaviscon tablets but nowadays I'm not so brand loyal and will just buy own brand as I have found them to be just as effective. The ones we are using at the moment are Boots Indigestion Relief Tablets. I picked them up whilst shopping for baby bits in my local store, a pack of 48 tablets cost me just £1.90 which I thought was pretty good value for money. The tablets are sold in a small box which is mainly red in colour, it has the Boots logo ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/11, updated on 05/03/11 (Very useful, 140 readings)
~The helpful product presentation~ *************************** Looking at the simple cardboard pack containing the Boots Indigestion Tablets that I have with me now, I feel the colour used is bright and easy to spot if trying to locate these on the shelves in store when surrounded by an array of other very similar products. The bright orangey red tone used covers the whole of the box on the outside except where there is text showing the brand name, the product details and the Boots logo with the inside being in plain untreated and uncoloured card. The front of the pack is easy to read with simple stand out headings written in a clear and easy to read ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/03/13, updated on 03/03/13 (Very useful, 67 readings)
There are few products that I insist on using a branded product and so I am always looking for different indigestion products. Recently Boots had an offer on their own tablets so I gave them a try. The pack I bought was for 48 peppermint flavour tablets and they come in a pretty red box with white writing stating what the product is and what it is to be used for. There was not a great deal of overwhelming information and there was something written in Braille. Inside the box there are 4 strips of 12 tablets and the box carries a warning to make sure that the seals are not broken when you take a tablet. They are suitable for 12 year olds and over and the box ... Read the complete review
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