GoodSense Extra Strength Pain Relief, Acetaminophen Caplets, 500 mg, 50 Count
Extra Strength Tylenol Caplets, Goodsense Extra Strength Pain Relief 'S Active Ingredient, Muscular Aches, Acetaminophen Caplets, 50 Count
What We Like
- Made with natural ingredients that makes it safe for use
- Infused with acetaminophen that helps to provide relief from pain
- Comes in small size that makes it easy to swallow
- may not taste good
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 10,964 reviews for 49 products in the Acetaminophen category.
We analyzed a total of 367 reviews for this product. None were recent.
Around 87% of reviews were positive and about 8% were negative.
9.59 out of 10, based on these 8 factors:
What buyers say about GoodSense Extra Strength Pain Relief, Acetaminophen Caplets, 500 mg, 50 Count
This is a nice thing to see in an age where cardboard packaging is often glue together with some kind of military-spec glue.
I first put the pinch on the cap and twist it to break the tabs that make the bottle childproof, and that converts the bottle to a no-proof cap.
A traumatic car accident caused chronic pain for many years, but modern medical procedures and less problematic medications have allowed me to resume a better life.
If you are taking any other medication, make sure it has the correct amount of acetaminophen in it. It can cause liver damage if you take more than that. and the caplets have worked as well as Tylenol does for me and at a fraction of the cost.
Good Sense makes a similar product called ibuprofen, but I will not go into the differences between the two products in this review.
Does it come with a guarantee?
It's guaranteed to be what's stated on the bottle.
What is the strength of Goodsense acetaminophen, pain relief caplets, 500mg, 500 count, and what is the starch?
There are one or more of these ingredients in the bottle: carnauba wax, corn starch, croscarmellous sodium, hypropolythylene glycol, povidone, pregelatinized starch, sodium starch glycolate, starch, steric acid.
I ordered this item and k cups, but I didn't receive any pain pills.
It's likely because it came from a different warehouse or source.
Is it possible that these are made in China?
According to government labeling specifications, if a product is manufactured outside the US, it must be documented on the labeling.
Is Good Sense a good brand?
It's the same brand, but you can get a different name from dollar tree.