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Panadol Soluble Max 1000mg Paracetamol Effervescent granules 5Pk

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Panadol Soluble Max 1000mg Effervescent Granules are a fast-acting pain relief medication containing Paracetamol. Panadol tablets fight pain such as headache, muscle pain, back pain, toothache, and period pain. This medication also reduces fever and pain associated with colds and flu.

How to use: Adults and children over 12 years: Take one sachet dissolved in water every 4 to 6 hours as required. Do not take more than 8 tablets in any 24-hour period.

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Therapeutic indications

Panadol Soluble Max 1000mg Paracetamol is a mild analgesic and antipyretic. The tablets are recommended for headaches, including migraine and tension headaches, backache, rheumatic and muscle pain, period pains, neuralgia, toothache and for relieving the fever, aches and pains of colds and flu.

Delivery Info

General delivery information

We deliver to all counties in Ireland, Northern Ireland. Our deliveries to Ireland and Northern Ireland are shipped with AN POST. Orders usually take between 2-4 working days to be delivered in Ireland and Northern Ireland with the exception of Bank Holidays, Black Friday weekend, and during sale times where orders can take between 5-7 working days.

Delivery Charges:

Destination Standard Delivery Cost
Ireland Usually delivered within 2-4 working days. Orders can take up to between 5-7 working days on Bank Holidays, Black Friday and during busy Sale Periods. €4.95 – Free delivery on orders over €50
Northern Ireland Usually delivered within 2-4 working days. Orders can take up to between 5-7 working days on Bank Holidays, Black Friday and during busy Sale Periods. €7.95 – Free delivery on order over €50

More Info

You can find more information on this product on the HPRA website by clicking below.

https://www.hpra.ie/homepage/medicines/medicines-information/find-a-medicine/results/item?pano=PA0678/028/002&t=Panadol%20Soluble%20Max%201000mg%20Paracetamol%20Effervescent%20granules

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