Description:Aims to treat of cold and flu symptoms / hot lemon flavoured drink.
Newest Review: ... dark green cardboard box and on the front of it we are clearly told that they are Lemsip Cold & Flu 'Lemon' and that they ... more
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Customer Lemsip Reviews (56)
by - written on 10/01/08, updated on 10/01/08 (Very useful, 144 readings)
I'm sitting at home today, huddled in blankets, with a January cold. And feeling thoroughly down in the dumps and not at all Elle Woods-like, let me tell you! However, without this product, I doubt very much whether I'd actually be able to sit at the computer at all - I'd probably have to go to bed, and would get no writing at all done today. Lemsip are sachets of flu remedy. You pour them into a mug and add hot water, producing a steaming hot lemony drink. The taste isn't something you'd go out of your way for, but it's not unpleasant (unlike Beecham's Flu Plus, which I personally found made me feel more, not less, sick!). For those that dislike lemon ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/08, updated on 04/01/08 (Very useful, 326 readings)
I felt compelled to write this after one of the most horrendous experiences I have had. I woke up this morning with an awful sore throat and blocked nose knowing that this will be the seventh cold since September...still I continued to attend my first ever driving lesson and wait until I got home to see if it 'passed'...it didn't and this evening I raided the medicine box looking for my tub of Vicks (I used it up last time), my Sudafed tablets (someone pinched them) and my cough medicine was also taken. I realised that after the chemist had closed and with a 'farty' supermarket on my doorstep the Lemsips were the only option. At about £3 for box containing 10 packets I .. Read the complete review
by - written on 28/06/04, updated on 28/06/04 (Very useful, 1478 readings)
I thought I?d got away lightly this year, but oh no? here?s the customary cold, a month or so late this year. I remember being given Lemsip as a teenager and hating it ? I don?t know whether it has changed or my taste has, but now I love it! I was bought a pack of the blackcurrant flavour sachets last November/December for a really bad cold and found that they had a very positive effect on me. This time I picked up a box of original lemon sachets, and I have to say I seriously like them both, despite half the world still thinking they are repulsive! *Price* I paid £2.89 in Superdrug for a box ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/03, updated on 16/01/03 (Very useful, 2653 readings)
My recent bout of the dreaded 'virus' left me scouring the shelves of Boots for some comfort. Knowing that nothing would cure me other than time, I was happy to take something just to help me along. Boots were offering 3 for the price of two on hundreds of over the counter medicines so I was able to try a couple of new products, well new to me anyway. The kids were coughing quite badly so I bought them some Buttercup Syrup, I got myself some Beechams tablets and for the hubby some Lemsip. Unfortunately I used up the Beechams pretty rapid and that left me with the option of my usual co-codamol, which would only help with the headache and any fever or the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/13, updated on 30/09/13 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I'm sure many of you can imagine the scenario. At the moment I am mega busy, I have a lot of things to do and have no time for sniffles/cold/flu! I can't just go to bed and sleep and/or sweat it out and chill I have a boyfriend I want to spend time with, friends I want to see, a home to keep clean and tidy and lots of hospital appointments and the likes to attend. However right out of the blue I got a sore throat and to me it looked infected and then soon after I couldn't stop coughing, had a runny nose and a massive headache I just couldn't shift and generally felt like I had a cold and this worried me and my schedule! Instead of ignoring it I knew ... Read the complete review
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