Tesco Max Strength Cold & Flu Day & Night Capsules Reviews
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Newest Review: ... plump for that one. That is the case with these cold and flu tablets from Tesco. They have the exact same ingredients as ... more
Customer Tesco Max Strength Cold & Flu Day & Night Capsules Reviews (8)
by - written on 02/04/13 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I have always spent a fortune trying to buy the best health products for my family but after watching a documentary I watched on television I started spending more time actually looking at what was in these so called top brand medicines and I was shocked to find that a lot of the time the cheap own brands contained the exact same ingredients for a fraction of the price. I still do tend to buy some of the more expensive brands but only when I think they can justify the expense and if I find an own brand that has the same ingredients in it then I will now always plump for that one. That is the case with these cold and flu tablets from Tesco. They ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/10 (Very useful, 1175 readings)
First off, I want to say that Tesco Max Strength Cold & Flu Day & Night capsules left me feeling cheated. But not for the obvious reasons you may expect. Indeed, they are an own brand cheaper variety of cold medication, and yes, they may not miraculously vanquish a troublesome case of influenza - but that is not the explanation for my disdain. My annoyance stems from the fact that they cost more than the regular Tesco Max Strength Cold & Flu capsules, even though you get fewer ingredients for your money. ~~~The Curious Case of the Missing Caffeine~~~ The packet contains 16 capsules. You take 2 tablets per dose, so that is 8 doses ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/09 (Very useful, 395 readings)
I think everyone, when they get cough, cold, sore throat just heads for the chemist to pick up some of the many pills that claim to be a quick fix to it all when in actual fact there is no such thing. I'm one of the people guilty of this. I do however, draw the line at paying over £3 for a box of what are really no more than mild painkillers. Unfortunately, I've got a stinking cold and sore throat at the moment and came across Tesco's own 'Max Strength Cold and Flu' Capsules. At £1.50, they are middle of the road price wise for these type of items. However anything with 'max strength' on the box seems to add a few pence. In the box you get 16 yellow ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/11 (Very useful, 317 readings)
One of my kitchen draws in the designated medical draw in our household and you can pretty much find anything in there from plasters to a variety of pills for all kinds of aliments. But one thing that you will always find is some sort of cold and flu tablets. You never know when a cold will take hold and my husband has to be particularly careful to nip a cold in the bud quickly as he has a chest condition that means that a sniffle can quickly turn into a nasty chest infection. Now although I buy branded medicines when I spot them on a good offer I do also buy the own brands too as they work out a lot cheaper the majority of the time and generally contain the same active . Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Good. Snow again this week, but then I suppose we have only endured three consecutive years of no summers, so what do you expect. I'll tell you what I expect...colds. Yes, the foul weather usually brings germs. I guess they are carried on these twenty five miles an hour winds we are having today. Usually I sit them out, but there are times when I need to take some relief in the form of medicine. Tesco Max Strength Cold and Flu Day And Night might have the longest title known to man,but the good news is that the capsules can be picked up for about £1.50, making them near on half the price of some named brands. Of course, it is not worth scrimping if you're at ... Read the complete review
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