Boots Cold and Flu Relief Tablets Reviews
Product Type: Boots medicinal products
Newest Review: ... & Flu Relief tablets are retailed at approximately £2.00 for 16 tablets. Boots have quite a large range of cold & flu ... more
Customer Boots Cold and Flu Relief Tablets Reviews (5)
by - written on 21/04/08 (Very useful, 252 readings)
I have recently been suffering with a very nasty sore throat and blocked, stuffy nose and can't really sleep at night and as my cough sweets are only slightly helping I decided it was time to step things up a bit and get some Lemsip cold and flu tablets. I popped into Boots on Friday night on my way home from work to find them and imagine my surprise to see that they were £3.99 for 16 tablets when the Boots version of cold and relief tablets were only £1.98 for 16 tablets!! I'm not one to usually buy the store brand/cheaper product but since this cold may be with me a while I thought this may get expensive! Also I checked the back of the packet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/12/11 (Very useful, 125 readings)
There is a huge range of tablets, drinks and liquids on the market which claim to help relieve cold and flu symptoms. ~Boots Cold and Flu Relief Tablets~ Boots the chemist have their own range of cold and flu products including a powder drink, maximum strength capsules and day/night capsules. They also have regular cold and flu tablets which I will discuss here. These tablets are suitable for those over the age of 12. They cannot be taken if pregnant, breastfeeding or if you have certain medical conditions - always check with your chemist to be on the safe side. These tablets claim to be non-drowsy and are designed to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/13 (Very useful, 56 readings)
As I have mentioned in my other reviews, I am very susceptible to cold and/ or flu during winter months. My immune system is quite average, but University terms usually leave me with less sleeping hours and more tiredness than I can manage. This usually leads to sniffles and blocked sinuses whenever cold and snow comes around in November/ December. Over the years, I have tried many cold and flu tablets from various brands and manufacturers. None of them are magic pills, but there are some that works quite well and some that did provide any relief. As for these Boots Cold & Flu relief tablets, I would have to say they are somewhere in between. These Boots ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/10 (Very useful, 120 readings)
I have been feeling pretty rubbish this week, with a runny nose, sore throat, barking cough and general ickiness (yes, that's a medical term.) So in order to hopefully relieve some of these symptoms, I went and had a look in Boots. I wanted something that would help all my symptoms and be OK to take without causing drowsiness etc. Looking round, I saw that Lemsip cold and flu tablets were twice the price of these Boots ones. So, I went for the Boots option, which was around £2 for 16 tablets. They promise to help relieve the symptoms of cold and flu and contain vitamin C. The tablets come in the standard blister pack, in a box, and are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/11 (Useful, 39 readings)
Working with kids I pick up a lot of bugs, particularly cold/flu ones, so buying large supplies of the branded cold/flu capsules can work out very expensive. I found these at Boots priced £1.79 for 16, a very competitive price so decided to give them a try. They contain Phenylephrine, Paracetamol and Caffeine with added Vitamin C (although at 50 mg it's way below the RDA so is unlikely to provide much help with the symptoms. The tablets are meant to treat fever, aches and pains, blocked nose and sinus pain and you can take 1 tablet every 4 hours with two at the start. One of the main reasons I choose this product was it says it is non drowsy which ... Read the complete review
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