Alka-Seltzer


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Alka-Seltzer

(ăl′kə-sĕlt′zər)
A trademark for an over-the-counter preparation containing aspirin and citric acid.
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It revealed Alka-Seltzer users to be divided into two apparently incompatible camps--the culprit and the victim--and it suggested that the company had been wooing one at the expense of the other.
Whilst recent sales for Alka-Seltzer have been impressive, particularly within Superstores with volume sales up 6.
Alka-Seltzer Plus Cold & Cough Medicine Effervescent
Then send your entries to: Sunday Mail Alka-Seltzer Contest, PO Box 954, Glasgow, G9 2DD.
The experts--including the people at Miles in Elkhart who make Alka-Seltzer Plus cold remedies--confirm that we did indeed.
So forget the Alka-Seltzer comparisons, because endothermics have evolved and may deserve another look.
These include Bayer(R) Aspirin, Aleve(R), Flanax(R)/Apronax(R), Alka-Seltzer Plus(R), Bactine(R), RID(R), Phillips'(R) Milk of Magnesia, Midol, Alka-Seltzer(R), Talcid(R), Rennie(R), Canesten(R), Bepanthen(R), Bepanthol(R), One-A-Day(R) vitamins, Flintstones(TM) vitamins, Supradyn(R), Redoxon(R), Berocca(R), Cal-D-Vita/Elevit(R), Vital 50 Plus(R), CardioAspirin.
Experiments included reactions to blow up balloons, Alka-Seltzer rockets, creating lava lunacy, making a mess with corn flour slime, the aptly named stupid egg trick and fizzing rainbows
FREE a blocked sink by crumbling a few Alka-Seltzer indigestion tablets in the plug hole and pouring down a cup of white vinegar.
Alka-Seltzer XS, Bayer's painkilling, stomach-settling hangover remedy, is also after new, younger users in the 11.
The doubles and trebles bar is on all day, every day - so bring your own alka-seltzer.
Another pregame panacea he keeps hearing about: Alka-Seltzer.