Good thread, wow as things with the economy get tighter I am glad you are posting this stuff and we have really been watching our money too at home. Lord knows my disability doesn't cover much.
An fyi that
Costco sells a huge generic bottle of it with almost 300 for about
$5 for Kirkland brand. Also the Loratadine is about
$11 for 300 which is almost a years with of allergy meds and add the generic sudafed w/0 ephedra and its about
$7 and that gives you the decongestant part as needed. The laws here in AZ only allow ephedra containing products over the counter for 15 days worth or they think you want to do a meth lab. Maybe this will help.
Rosie, Thanks for helping to start all the wonderful ideas on saving money. This will definitely help all of us, whether tough times or not, to save money with the economy the way it is, it is always good to save money where we can.
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