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Description Relief of mild to moderate pain including headache, migraine, toothache, period pains, muscle pains and backache. It can also relieve symptoms of rheumatic pains, influenza and colds. more

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Review of HealthAid Homocysteine


“health aid homocysteine”

published 25/01/2014

better vitamin b levels


...**Reason for purchase** A few years ago i suffered from bad health and found out i was diabetic.One of the side effects from diabetes can be that you suffer from high levels of homocysteine . High levels of homocysteine in the blood are believed to increase the chance of heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer's disease, and osteoporosis. These tablets basically help keep this lower. So after finding...

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Review of Bonjela Oral Pain Relieving Gel


“Pain relief gel.”

published 28/06/2013

Relieves pain, fights infection.Tastes pleasant.

None for me.

...Recently I had been a little under the weather, I developed a nasty cough and also some painful mouth ulcers which became a little troublesome. I have bought this product many times in the past, so decided to buy it again to treat my ulcers to help ease the pain and a more comfortable day. It comes in a cardboard box with the name clearly on the front, so can be easily spotted on a shelf. Inside...

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Review of Boots Value Health Paracetamol Caplets


Very cheap, quite effective, safe for diabetics and older children

Not for under-sixes, dosage must be watched carefully

...the slightly more expensive capsules so easy to take. I don't have much trouble with any type, but there's no doubt that the Value Health caplets *do* slip down your throat a little more easily than basic tablets. And then all you can do is wait... generally I find that 10-15 minutes is enough for pain relief to begin, though that does vary a bit depending on the usual factors -- whether you're very tired...

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