For example, if you insist on buying Advil instead of store brand ibuprofen. I mean, you’d be wasting your money in that example, but you do you

  • @jeffwOP
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    I read a study recently that found it really only ends up working like 10 minutes faster than the regular kind.

      • @[email protected]
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        38 months ago

        I do powders for headache medicine. When I want that to work, I want it working yesterday. Dissolve in like 4 ounces of water, drink, and go lay down in a dark room.

    • spicy pancake
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      88 months ago

      depending on what you’re taking it for those 10 minutes can be worth it

    • @OhmsLawn
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      48 months ago

      I’m in the process of slowly replacing my screwed-up teeth, and ten minutes means a lot when you’re in pain. I haven’t had the liquigels in a very long time, but I’d consider buying them for the faster response time.

    • BaroqueInMind
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      48 months ago

      Also, yes the OP of this thread is correct; the sweetener added to the capsules for all branded Advils are really nice, and the coating they put on all their pills allows for smoother swallowing (so smooth that I normally don’t take them with water anymore). Literally nothing comes close this these fucking amazing pills they make.