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  • Now Tylenol is still the superior product in my opinion because the Tylenol Extra Strength Pain Reliever and Fever Reducer works faster


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      Equate Extra Strength Pain Reliever is a store brand pain reliever. This product won’t be found in any other stores besides Walmart because Equate is a Walmart brand. The pain reliever is the store brand version of Tylenol Extra Strength Pain Reliever and Fever Reducer. The Equate product does everything the Tylenol product does, and that includes providing relief for headache, back pain, toothaches, arthritis, menstrual cramps and more. Also like the Tylenol product, the Equate product helps bring down fevers too. Thus, the Tylenol and Equate products are basically the same, only the Equate pain reliever sells for less money. Choosing the Equate Extra Strength Pain Reliever over the Tylenol Extra Strength Pain Reliever and Fever Reducer will save you around seventy cents if not more, depending on the number of tablets. Saving money is always a good thing, but the question that needs to be asked is, does the Walmart brand work as well as the

      Tylenol product? After all, what good is it saving money if the product you’re buying isn’t any good? Generally, Walmart is pretty good when it comes to selling products under its own brands that are comparable to the national, name brands, and in the case of this pain reliever, Walmart did a pretty good job coming up with a pain reliever that is almost as good as the Tylenol product. Almost.

      Equate Extra Strength Pain Reliever will ease aches and pains, regardless of where they crop up, be it around the shoulder region, somewhere in the foot, in the arm, alongside the back area and so on. Just as the Tylenol product delivers relief and eases pain, so does the Equate product. Here though is where the products differ to some extent. The Tylenol Extra Strength Pain Reliever and Fever Reducer acts relatively quickly to numb the pain and minimize one’s discomfort. It’s a fast-acting pain reliever. Now the ...


      • Equate product works slower than the Tylenol product. It takes the Equate tablets several more minutes to begin masking the pain or ache. They work slower. It’s important to keep in mind though that even though the Equate tablets take longer to work, they still do work. Both the Tylenol and Equate pain relievers do what they are supposed to do: relieve the pain. They’re both effective pain relievers. The only difference between the two pain relievers is one works faster than the other, but once the Equate tablets kick in, the relief is just as good. Basically then, if you are okay with waiting some extra minutes for the pain reliever to start working, then the Equate pain reliever might be worth a try. It will save you money, after all.

        I personally like Equate Extra Strength Pain Reliever. I purchase it for aches and pains that I sometimes get. This pain reliever is for my body.

        I use a different pain reliever for headaches, even though this pain reliever is also designed to help with headaches. I’m fine with coping with minor discomfort for a little extra time because I’m saving money by going with these tablets over the Tylenol ones. Now Tylenol is still the superior product in my opinion because the Tylenol Extra Strength Pain Reliever and Fever Reducer works faster. I still buy the Tylenol brand if I’m not at a Walmart and am in need of a pain reliever or if the Equate brand is all sold out, which it sometimes is. It’s a very good pain reliever, but so is the Equate product. It’s just the Equate product takes a bit longer to work, and I can live with that. For all the above reasons, I’m rating the Equate pain reliever a “9″. It provides me with relief and that relief comes at a lower price, due to it being a Walmart brand.




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