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Amazon Basic Care Migraine Relief, Acetaminophen, Aspirin (NSAID) and Caffeine Tablets, 200 Count

A Nonsteroidal Anti Inflammatory Drug, A 2 Caplet Dose, Amazon Basic Care Migraine Relief, Migraine Pain Relief, The Active Ingredients

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What We Like

  • Made of natural ingredients that makes it safe for use
  • Infused with three active ingredients that helps to provide relief from headache
  • Comes in a tablet-form that makes it easy to consume


  • May work average for chronic migraine like pain

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We analyzed 10,964 reviews for 49 products in the Acetaminophen category.


We analyzed a total of 102 reviews for this product. None were recent.


Around 82% of reviews were positive and about 10% were negative.

Final Score:


8.96 out of 10, based on these 8 factors:

  • Customer support
  • Easy to swallow
  • Effectiveness
  • Ingredients quality
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Packaging
  • Portion size
  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about Amazon Basic Care Migraine Relief, Acetaminophen, Aspirin (NSAID) and Caffeine Tablets, 200 Count

    I have been using this stuff for the past few months to help me with my headaches and I have to say that it is just as good as the brand name, and you get your money's worth for it now I don't.

    I was pleasantly surprised to find Amazon Basics formula worked the same way as Excedrin, so I am hoping it continues to be made for a long while.

    We decided to try these out and were really impressed with how similar they are to Excedrin.

    There are two hundred pills in the bottle, which is a standard size bottle.

    These are similar to Excedrin and work just as well, so we decided to try them out.

    Common Questions


    Where is it manufactured?


    According to government labeling specifications, if a product is manufactured outside the US, it must be documented on the labeling.


    Is there a version without the caffeine and sleep aid?


    We recommend checking with a pharmacist or your healthcare provider for recommendations, as the only formulation available for the migraine formula is Basic Care Migraine caplets.


    What is the expiration date?


    We can't address expired dating and stock rotation at the retail distribution level, as the manufacturer and not the retailer.


    Do you know more about this product?


    Can you be more precise about what you would like to know after reading the description?


    Why does Amazon choose this generic of excedrine migraine over the more expensive one, which gives 400 caplets for less than your 200 cost?


    It's a better deal for Amazon.

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