Pepto Bismol Canada

Discover Pepto Bismol Coupons with the following savings. Now you can purchase Pepto Bismol in chewable and tablets if you are not a fan of the pink taste. As always, we are here to save you money on your weekly shopping tasks. See Below how to save.

Pepto Bismol Coupons

This coupon will save you the following;

  •   Save $1.50 when you buy any ONE Pepto Bismol® LiquiCaps
  • Save $1.00 when you buy any ONE Peto Bismol product.

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Prices at Walmart ( Regular)

  • Chewables 12 counts $4.26
  • Chewables 24 counts $5.33
  • Chewables 48 counts $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 a New York doctor. As an infant diarrhea remedy.  P&G Company then acquired it 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.

More on Pepto Bismol

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.  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’s most known product. This product is a medium pink coloured with a strong flavour of cherry or wintergreen.

A doctor created Pepto-Bismol in New York in 1901. Norwich Pharmacal Company first marketed it 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.