Pepto Bismol Coupon for Canada.
This coupon is printable and will save you the following;
- Save $1.00 off any Pepto Bismol product
Excludes trial/travel size, value/gift/bonus packs.
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Prices at Walmart ( Regular)
- Chewables 12 count $4.26
- Chewables 24 count $5.33
- Chewables 48 count $7.47
- Liquid (Original) $6.46
- Cherry Liquid $7.47
- Extra Strength Liquid $7.47
- Original Liquid (115ml) $3.47
Pepto Bismol History & About
Pepto-Bismol was invented back in 1901 by New york doctor. It was originally sold as a infant dirrhea remedy. It then was aquired by P&G Company in 1982.
Pepto-Bismo can be bought at any drug store across Canada. It’s used to treat minor digestive products such as heartburn, nausea, diarrhea and upset stomach.
- You can purchase it via liquid or chewable tablets.
- It’s active main ingredient is bismuth subsalicylate.
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Pepto-Bismol is a drug now manufactured by the Procter & Gamble, to treat digestive system problems. It is available in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. Bismuth subsalicylate is the drug’s active ingredient. The primary symptoms treated by Pepto-Bismol are indigestion, nausea, upset stomach, heartburn, diarrhea, and other discomforts of the stomach and gastrointestinal tract.
Pepto-Bismol is produced in swallowable caplets and chewable tablets, however, its thick liquid version is the brand most known product. This product is a medium pink color with a strong flavor of cherry or wintergreen.
Pepto-Bismol was created by a doctor in New York, in 1901. It was first marketed by Norwich Pharmacal Company as a diarrhea remedy under the name Bismosal. In 1919, the product was renamed Pepto-Bismol. In 1982, Procter and Gamble acquired Norwich Eaton Pharmaceuticals.