Sainsbury's Non-drowsy Hayfever & Allergy Relief Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's medicinal products
Description:Relief for hayfever and allergy sufferers.
Newest Review: ... it tends to be my nose and eyes that are mainly effected, and I don't mind what I take as long as it sorts these out and ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Non-drowsy Hayfever & Allergy Relief Reviews (5)
by - written on 22/05/13 (Very useful, 127 readings)
** Why do I use these? ** Every spring I view the arrival of good weather with mixed feelings. It's lovely to walk in the sun, visit the countryside for a picnic or sit in the garden. Unfortunately I am pretty much guaranteed to start to feel lousy. Exhausted, sniffly and itchy - nice! I have hayfever and it's not fun. Over the years, dealing with my allergy, I've tried pills and potions and even local honey (no idea why this is supposed to work but it didn't for me) and nasal sprays (I just couldn't handle squirting this up my nose). I've now settled on these pills from Sainsbury's as my main treatment. The packet states that they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/11 (Very useful, 625 readings)
==Background:== For years I have suffered from Hayfever and tried many tablets from a variety of suppliers to help me through the summer months. I particularly enjoy going for walks on bright sunny mornings and as I live in an rural area where the pollen is all around. I need good hayfever allergy relief otherwise I just can't get out and enjoy the summer. ==Price:== I think this is the most amazing feature of the product because the Sainsbury's non-drowsy hayfever and allergy relief costs just one pound. For this you get a packet that contains 14 tablets. This compares very favourably with the branded products that can cost as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/09, updated on 06/08/09 (Very useful, 1657 readings)
Of late I've been feeling rather rotten. To be totally honest I wasn't sure what it could be but all I knew is that I felt rundown, a bit snively and felt it was hard work at times to breath and could sleep for England. Now I am a hayfever sufferer and usually every summer am armed to the hilt with lotions, potions and pills but on hot summer days I've been fine. Then when the weather took a down turn that was when I felt bad. Migrainy and lifeless and just generally very sad and ill. I just assumed I've had a sort of summer cold the past couple of weeks then someone said what about hayfever could it be that? Well I laughed at the suggestion seeming ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/11, updated on 14/07/11 (Very useful, 126 readings)
Although I havn't strictly been diagnosed with hayfever by my GP I do suffer from the symptoms in very hot weather. Generally it has to be 'perfect' hayfever weather - hot day, freshly cut lawn etc. when I feel the effects of my hayfever. I would say that my hayfever is fairly mild, but nevertheless it affects me and I prefer to eliminate the symptoms, such as itchy eyes, a runny nose and sneezing. In the past I have tried various different tablets for my hayfever, a lot have failed to live up to their expectations. What I find is that either they don't get to work quick enough or they don't suppress the symptoms for any great length of time. I have no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/13 (Useful, 102 readings)
I'm someone who gets effected by hay fever differently every year, and as such I don't tend to have any strong loyalty to a particular brand. I tend to just pick up what I can find when it's on offer as I don't want to spend full price for the named brands. When I do suffer from hay fever it tends to be my nose and eyes that are mainly effected, and I don't mind what I take as long as it sorts these out and doesn't make me drowsy. The Product: I picked these up a couple of weeks ago with my weekly shop. I was mainly attracted to them because they are only £1 for a pack of 14, far more reasonable than the £4 odd it would be for a more well know product. ... Read the complete review
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