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Kirkland Signature Aller-Tec Cetirizine Hydrochloride Tablets, 10 mg, 365 Count
- 24 Hour Relief of Sneezing, Runny Nose, Itchy, Watery Eyes, Itchy Throat or Nose
- Compare to Zyrtec active ingredient
- Helps with indoor and outdoor allergies
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Size: 365 Count
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As a pharmacist, cetirizine (generic for Zyrtec) is my favorite, non-drowsy antihistamine. This medication is typically given once daily for seasonal allergies, itchy/runny nose, sneezing, or itchy/watery eyes. As the label shows, it is approved for use in adults and children 6 years and older.
Cetirizine (generic for Zyrtec) is very similar to loratadine (generic for Claritin). Typically, cetirizine is viewed as equal to, if not better than loratadine for allergies. In comparison, cetirizine has a greater risk of drowsiness than loratadine. Drowsiness tends to occur in around 15% of people taking cetirizine.
I generally worry with purchasing healthcare products online. What about the quality, safety, and proper storage of the product from manufacturing to transport? The label on the bottle shows the product was made in India and distributed by Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Inc. (This company is well known in the pharmacy world. They have made many over-the-counter and prescription strength medications for years.) So, if this was truly made by Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Inc. then I trust the medication was at least made correctly.
The tablets are small (1cm in size), white ovals with the letter "c" on one side and no markings on the other.Read more ›
One bottle per year, and all my allergy needs are addressed. I was paying almost $600 a year through my insurance for Singulair. I finally got tired of shelling out that much money, and decided to give Zyrtec a try. It worked even better, but was still over $150 a year. Once it went generic, I could find it somewhat cheaper at the grocery store, but this "generic" is just as good, and what a deal!
Some people are leery about non-brand name drugs. I am leery about throwing my money down the drain!
Bottom line: Great product. Great packaging. Fast shipping. Terrific bargain.
Just thought I should share, I figure anyone looking to buy generic allergy meds would be looking for the cheapest route to get them.
Oh and as far as the medicine goes: I prefer Kirkland (Costco) to Member's Mark (Sam's Club).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great for dog allergies. Cheaper than Zertec and same ingredients I.e. From my vetPublished 3 days ago by nancy Acheson-Smith
Somewhat effective allergy medication that isn't supposed to make you sleepy during the day. I am still not sure, but the price of this particular Zirtec equivalent is much less... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Harvey S. Eastman
A year supply for the price I was paying for about a week's worth of name brand. Works just as well and I think I'll end up saving over 200$ a year.Published 4 days ago by Jenny
A year supply for this price! Works just as good as the name brandPublished 8 days ago by L. Johnson