Sainsbury's Dispersible Aspirin 300mg Tablets Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's in Health Therapies / Treatments
Newest Review: ... a 300 mg strength, which seemed rather high, particularly when making a comparison with those that my husband is prescribed ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Dispersible Aspirin 300mg Tablets Reviews (7)
by - written on 08/10/10 (Very useful, 278 readings)
Don't worry I didn't make a mistake in the title; I am reviewing Sainsburys Dispersible Aspirin. If you have read any of my other reviews you've probably seen me mention on quite a few occasions that I have problems with blemishes and spots. I have spent hundreds if not thousands of pounds over the years on various different products and kits that make big promises but rarely deliver. A few years ago I came across a post on a forum that talked about aspirin mask recipes and ended up clicking out of curiosity to see how a painkiller could be made in to a face mask. It turns out aspirin is a beta-hydroxy acid or a BHA, an ingredient that is regularly used in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/10 (Very useful, 84 readings)
You can tell the difference: Sainsbury's Dispersible Aspirin 300mg Tablets You would never think there would be a big difference in Aspirin but unfortunately there is. Aspirin works fine for me with one brand but the other one sometimes just don't work. Luckily the Sainsbury Dispersible Aspirin 300mg Tablets do work for me and is one I normally buy now. These are tablets that dissolve in water which makes them perfect for me since I hate swallowing tablets. The Aspirin tablets are for the use when you have a mild or moderate pain of headaches, migraine and neuralgia but also for the relief of colds, flu and feverishness. I normally use aspirins in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/12/09, updated on 21/12/09 (Very useful, 107 readings)
I hate being in any sort of pain, obvious as that might sound. Some of us can bear a headache till such times as we can get to a chenist for some painkillers, or simply till it goes away. Others might be able to put up with a spot of toothache. Not me! Any pain and my concentration goes right out of the window. As I spend most of my working life in front of a keyboard, I find I do get a headache or eye strain now and again, and I always make sure I have some sort of pain relief to hand. Pain killers have become more expensive over the last few years. I have also noticed them being advertised on the television a lot more. I have a theory ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/09, updated on 05/06/09 (Very useful, 382 readings)
When it comes to aches and pains I really do suffer with them on and off. This is why I have boxes and tubs and tubes all over the place of pain killers. For my serious problems like my eating disorder and ongoing spine problem I'm diagnosed with medication from the Dr's but in conjunction with that I am allowed to take pain killers along with these things and of course I do suffer usual aches and pains as well such as migraines, neck ache, general back pain and period pains etc. I have worked my way through different drugs and not found many to be very beneficial even extra strong pain killers which has led me up the path to trying out aspirin pills ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/10 (Very useful, 109 readings)
Pain, pain what's it good for? Well it means your alive and functioning but that's on a better than being dead scale of discomfort. Pain literally is the way the body tells the mind that something is wrong, that's true pain anyway, that's the pain of cutting yourself whilst washing up or stubbing your toe on the bedroom wardrobe. Aspirin takes care of the other stuff, the pain which is more discomfort or a headaches. Aspirin is the oldest form of pain relief, it's formal name is salicyclic acid and is a component of willw bark so when you read those historical novel's where the wise woman always dishes out willow bark tea then she is giving the person a mild ... Read the complete review
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