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“This gives me a tonic”

published 01/04/2012

AdvantagesLovely taste and I feel it picks me up

DisadvantagesNothing at all

...selling it for only £5.89 for a normal sized bottle which is 70cl. It is a a lovely tasting wine and very mellow. I only have a very small glass a couple of times a week but it?s a tonic wine and I think it might have helped me to feel a little bit better. It is made in Britain and just because it?s a tonic wine it doesn?t mean it can make you healthy, this is just the name they have given to it...

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“Metatone tonic”

published 13/03/2011

AdvantagesIt does give you a boost

DisadvantagesIt tastes rank

...A couple of weeks before Christmas I got his with my first bout of the cold and flu virus that everyone seems to be getting but cannot get rid of! I am currently still trying to get rid of it some our weeks later myself. It was suggested to me by another parent in the school yard that I pick up a bottle of metatone tonic from the chemist as it is a vitamin tonic which is designed for use after...

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“Just the tonic!”

published 15/04/2010

AdvantagesProvides vitamins, minerals for children and reassurance for parents after illness

DisadvantagesUnpleasant artificially sweetened taste, contains some E numbers

...and he had lost that cute 'baby belly' that he previously carried. One of my colleagues suggested offering him a tonic called 'Minadex' to help him whilst he was fully recovered from the illness. I'd actually never heard of this before although I am familiar with the Seven Seas brand under which this is produced. I'm not a big fan of supplements and/or vitamins in general, for either children...

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