Tesco Dual Action Throat Lozenges Blackcurrant Reviews
Product Type: Tesco in Health Therapies / Treatments
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Throat Lozenges / Coughs, Colds & Flu
Newest Review: ... you get 24 lozenges which come individually foil wrapped. The lozenges themselves are on the large side and I did think ... more
Customer Tesco Dual Action Throat Lozenges Blackcurrant Reviews (4)
by - written on 09/04/11 (Very useful, 149 readings)
When it comes to coughs, colds and sore throats I'm a bit of an expert at catching anything going really. At the moment with hayfever hitting us sufferers and an eating disorder that rages within me from time to time my throat feels like it is really trying to kill me so I was relieved one evening to spot these in my local Tesco store costin £1.20 for 24 lozenges promising to be antiseptic on the front of the box as I had a right sore throat going on at the time and for the price it costs for 24 lozenges I felt they simply had to be worth a try! The Packaging: The lozenges come in a white and purple box and on the front of it we are told that they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/11, updated on 19/02/13 (Very useful, 220 readings)
During September of last year I reviewed a number of cough and cold remedies, particularly as I was suffering with an awful cold at that time. Due to an underlying condition I have a weakened immune system and as a consequence I pick up every cough and cold germ, which tend to linger with me for ages. My symptoms lasted well over a month during which time I must have gone through dozens of boxes of throat lozenges. Unfortunately, a couple of days before Christmas both my husband and I caught another virus, which basically brought us both to a standstill. As I had failed to replenish the throat lozenges from September I had only one choice in my bathroom cabinet, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I had a slightly sore throat the other day while shopping in Tesco and decided to try these lozenges instead of buying something more expensive like Strepsils but I have to say even though I have started to buy and am liking more home brands than the more expensive brands when it comes to a lot of medicines I really didn't think much of these. They only cost£1.20 and in the packet you get 24 lozenges which come individually foil wrapped. The lozenges themselves are on the large side and I did think before trying them that you got quite a lot for your money as they were medicated and dual action with both a pain reliever and an anesthetic action. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/13 (Very useful, 41 readings)
If you are looking for a nice tasting blackcurrant sweet to suck on that costs you about £1.35 for 24 and they are all nicely and individually wrapped up in foil strips in a cardboard box, then look no further than Tesco's own brand of Dual Action Throat Lozenges. These are marketed as throat lozenges, when in fact I think they should just be rebranded asjust a plain old-fashioned blackcurrant tasting sweet. As far as I am aware there are no health benefits at all to buying these and if they do in fact do any good, then I am sure it must simply be a placebo effect. I'm actually quiet cross to think that I paid money in good faith, expecting these to be a ... Read the complete review
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