Sunday, October 19, 2014

Aches and pains reliever~ Fast Acting Film Coated tablets Review

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I got my sample from Crowdtap to review.I had been an Advil user for a long time but I always took the Liqui-gels. So when got this opportunity for sample share to try the Film Coated Tablets I was very excited. I soon as I found out that I got accepted for sampling these with some of my friends, I started waiting with lots of anticipation and little bit of mixed feelings not knowing much about this product. Lots of questions were going through my mind like if this is something that agree with my body? will it work will be hard to swallow?(I'm not a huge fan of swallowing pills but as an Adult I don't have any choice) How long will it take to make the aches and pains go away etc. This new product comes in the form of tablets or Caplets.So, we can choose what is convenient for us to swallow.

To my disappointment my Samples didn't come and I got a reminder from reminding me that only 7 days are left for me to submit my report.But finally my samples came on Friday in my mailbox.

I quickly took a picture of my samples and distributed some to my neighbors and one to my co-worker  along with $3.00 off coupons, I didn't take any Pictures because right now I'm having not feeling so good and didn't want to spread my germs being near them for too long.

But the timing was just right for me to take them.Each sachet had two tablets so I took two tablets. Normally when I take liqui-gels I take only one at a time and it takes somewhere around one hour for the fever to subside and body and headaches  to go away. But my fever started coming down and my aches were lessened with in 30 minutes.

However I did take one picture today of a co-worker at my workplace who also had  gotten a sample and a coupon. Her husband has back ache and he would appreciate to use the sample and the coupon.

  • Headaches
  • Muscle Aches
  • Toothaches
  • Menstrual Cramps
  • Back pains
  • Minor pain of Arthritis

Ingredients: Active ingredient (in each tablet) PurposeIbuprofen 200 mg (provided as ibuprofen sodium 256 mg) (NSAID)* Pain reliever/Fever reducer *nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug-Inactive ingredients acesulfame potassium, caramel color, carnauba wax, colloidal silicon dioxide, copovidone, ferric oxide, hypromellose, mannitol, medium-chain triglycerides, microcrystalline cellulose, natural and artificial flavor, pharmaceutical ink, polyethylene glycol, propylene glycol, sodium lauryl sulfate, sucralose, titanium dioxide

Tips for using it: I heard from some of the people that I shared my Samples that they had heartburn issues so perhaps following tips would work to avoid this situation. I never take any kind of pain reliever on an empty stomach. My Mom and dad always gave us a little bite of something before giving us a pain reliever and they also did the same thing for themselves.
  • To avoid getting heart burn always take it after eating something and try to avoid taking it on an empty Stomach
  • Drink lots of water while taking it for it to work faster

Disclaimer:All the opinions in this review are my own and I was sent some free samples and coupons to test and  to share with people known to me.

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