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Walmart Benadryl Ultratabs Antihistamine Allergy Medicine, Diphenhydramine HCl Tablets, 24 ct 25 CENTS YMMV B&M

Read Description HOW TO SPOT THE DISCOUNTED ONES.

At my store the regular shelf price is $5.96

Just in time for allergy season . . . this is YMMV and Brick & Mortar (in-store) ONLY

These are discounted as low as 25 CENTS for a 24 pack - I've seen them on brickseek from NO DISCOUNT to $0.25 (what I paid for mine), $0.50, $1.50 and $2.50.

They're mixed right in with the packages that are still at regular price on the shelf in the pharmacy area.

I've INCLUDED some pictures to help you EASILY TELL THEM APART When You're at the Store - the discounted from the non-discounted.

Incidentally, the expiration date on the discounted ones at the stores I found them was further out than the non-discounted packs.

The discounted packages have a different SKU, BUT the EASY WAY TO SPOT THEM is that the discounted ones (at least at the stores I visited) have a blue tab on the top stating, "2018 Travelers' Favorite Award" (see pics below). This TAB WAS FOLDED OVER and TUCKED BEHIND so they can fit into the display space. (SEE PICS BELOW).

ADDITIONALLY, even at two stores in my area that showed OOS on brickseek (in a very rare case, usually they show stock and there is none) they had stock for 25 cents.

Anyhow, probably not a LEAVE HOME and RUSH to the store item for most folks, BUT it is a slickdeal when you find them.

https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...=114324456


This link below is given for reference ONLY to Walmart's online description (these are OOS online and this is a YMMV, in-store ONLY deal):

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Benadr.../114324456





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25 cents near me but I already have a few boxes
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Probably not going to try and find them, thumbs up for the amount of detail to this post though.
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Not bad, if your in desperate need, but if you don't care about brand, Sams club has a 600 count for for $4.48. Sams club is the best way to go for anyone who has allergies or needs OTC products in bulk. The membership cost pays for it's self. It pays us to buy the membership and get their generic to Claratin and their nasal spray.
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I carry Benadryl for rattle snake bites any time I go hiking, or landscaping.
Just two days ago, I chased off two rattlers, and sliced up one with a weed wacker, on a vacant property that had not been serviced in a year.

Edit: I also carry advil, a litter of water, and a small flip phone. Phone has no service plan on it, but able to call 911.
Death Angel does not kill the antivenom, that presents a cytokine response.
The Advil is anti-inflammatory.
While water helps to dilute the effects of the poison.
I'm not sure if sugar, or salty more alkaline water would be more effective though.
Edit x2: if you want to serve anus, well snake bite allergies are not that common,b so all Benadryl ties is help in the rare circumstance that you would have an allergy to it.
Apparently the antivenom can trigger more alergic reactions, and hospitals tend to give Benadryl with the antivenom.
The best thing you can do for snake bite does not move it a muscle, near the bite.
Rattlesnakes typically don't bite you in a vein or artery, but rather in the fluid like membrane surrounding the bodies tissue, known as the lymphatic system.
Venom stays in that area lymphatic system unless moved around, where it then spreads around the body.
They also tell you not to take Advil or any anti-inflammatories because it has since the blood, which is already being thinned out by the venom.

So I wonder if carrying K2 along with a bunch of water would help?

So where did this idea that Benadryl helps to cure snake bites come from?
Well Benadryl, taking enough of it puts you to sleep, and therefore you don't move.
But that can be an issue when the medical staff is trying to ask you questions. Xanax might be a better option, to help calm you down, so that you don't move.
my parents had a dog long ago that was bitten by a rattlesnake. They gave it Benadryl and Vicodin. The dog was never the same again probably due to intracranial bleeding, but it did survive.
If you think of it the Benadryl make dog sleep so that the venom wouldn't spread.
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I carry Benadryl for rattle snake bites any time I go hiking, or landscaping.
Just two days ago, I chased off two rattlers, and sliced up one with a weed wacker, on a vacant property that had not been serviced in a year.
Hope you have a good pre paid burial plan.

https://rattlesnakesolutions.com/...nake-bite/
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Not bad, if your in desperate need, but if you don't care about brand, Sams club has a 600 count for for $4.48. Sams club is the best way to go for anyone who has allergies or needs OTC products in bulk. The membership cost pays for it's self. It pays us to buy the membership and get their generic to Claratin and their nasal spray.
Also widely available on amazon for 2 cents a dose,,delivered to your door - no scavenger hunt through a big box petri plate required.
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FYI: diphenhydramine is also the active ingredient in Sominex.


https://www.health.harvard.edu/st...ping-pills


Sominex and the allergy-relief version of Benadryl have exactly the same active ingredient: 25 milligrams of diphenhydramine.
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FYI: diphenhydramine is also the active ingredient in Sominex.


https://www.health.harvard.edu/st...ping-pills


Sominex and the allergy-relief version of Benadryl have exactly the same active ingredient: 25 milligrams of diphenhydramine.
not an effective sleep aid.
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DUDE. DETAILS. You're the man. The photos, the description. All of it. Wish everyone put forth that kind of effort. You made it easy, buddy.
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Hope you have a good pre paid burial plan.

https://rattlesnakesolutions.com/...nake-bite/
You do realize that most hospitals in United States don't give antivenom to patients.
They typically give you an IV of saline water, pain meds, and Benadryl.
If the swelling, neuro symptoms or blood shredding symptoms continues and gets more dangerous, then they give you an antivenom, if they have it in stock, or you're lucky enough to have very good insurance that will cover a portion of your 80k-120k bill.
and by the way, if you're bitten by a a North Pacific rattlesnake, the Anti-Venom isn't exactly made to work for that snake. They have to dose you up, just to get any effect. Those were the snakes I was dealing with the other day, and most always.
And who funded the article, this Florida snake institute?
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You do realize that most hospitals in United States don't give antivenom to patients.
They typically give you an IV of saline water, pain meds, and Benadryl.
If the swelling, neuro symptoms or blood shredding symptoms continues and gets more dangerous, then they give you an antivenom, if they have it in stock, or you're lucky enough to have very good insurance that will cover a portion of your 80k-120k bill.
and by the way, if you're bitten by a a North Pacific rattlesnake, the Anti-Venom isn't exactly made to work for that snake. They have to dose you up, just to get any effect. Those were the snakes I was dealing with the other day, and most always.
And who funded the article, this Florida snake institute?
apparently reading my attached link is beyond you. Your benadryl advise is a hazard to human life - rattle snake venom is a nerou toxin combined with a tissue digestive enzyme. No amount of antihistamines is going to change that fact. 2 plus 2 equals 4.
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DUDE. DETAILS. You're the man. The photos, the description. All of it. Wish everyone put forth that kind of effort. You made it easy, buddy.
i appreciate his effort to, but effort needs to have a reasonable return. Saving 75 cents for hours of hunting around is not a reasonable return.
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apparently reading my attached link is beyond you. Your benadryl advise is a hazard to human life - rattle snake venom is a nerou toxin combined with a tissue digestive enzyme. No amount of antihistamines is going to change that fact. 2 plus 2 equals 4.
The enzyme is typically made for smaller animals, and will break down eventually.
Giving fluids or drinking lots of water, helps to dilute the toxin. Which is the first thing a hospital does before deciding whether or not to administer Anti-Venom. Then observe you for a while, and make the call if your health goes south.
Benadryl helps to prevent the body from attacking itself. Anti-inflammatories are also used.
Stepping on a rattlesnake and getting bit, is probably a good reason to get the antivenom, as the snake will more than likely deplete all of its venom, into its victim.
All I can say is fark the antivenom CroFab, and it's ridiculous exorbitant price. Luckily there's a new player the charges less than half the final price:.
Anavip is only $1200/dose, but requires more doses, but still cheaper in the end.

I just wanted to mention that a lot of people are going to wait until the pain gets excruciating, and by the time they go to the hospital, the hospital suggests that it's sort of late, and the antivenom will have less effect.
But the United States has an extremely low rattlesnake death rate, so those people are probably going to survive.
The question is, will there be prolonged physical health issues, as well as brain bleeding after you leave the hospital, resulting in mental issues?
So yes, antivenom is the best idea, although at raping prices.
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