Bestselling Non-aspirin Pain Relievers in 2023
Medi-First 80333 Non-Aspirin Coated Tablets, 50 packets of 2
- Gentler on the stomach than aspirin
- Each tablet contains: Acetaminophen 325mg
- Compare active ingredient to Tylenol
- 100 tablets, 50 packets each contain 2 tablets
- Each tablet contains Acetaminophen 325mg
- Each box contains 125 packets, 2 pills per back
Percogesic Extra Strength Pain Relief | Aspirin Free Dual Action Relief | 60 Coated Caplets
- Enhanced relief from aches and pain associated with colds, flu, fever, arthritis and more. It also relieves runny noses and sneezing.
- Pharmacist recommended ingredients, Acetaminophen and Diphenhydramine HCl, provide aspirin-free relief that you can trust without worrying about a prescription.
- Effective analgesic with enhanced pain relief
- Easy-to-swallow coated tablets
- Pharmacist recommended
GoodSense Acetaminophen Extra Strength, Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer Caplets, 500 mg, 500 Count
- Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer
- Temporarily relieves minor aches and pains due to headache, muscular aches, minor pain of arthritis, toothache, backache, the common cold and premenstrual and menstrual cramps
- Contains no aspirin
- Do not use with other medicines containing acetaminophen
PhysiciansCare Non Aspirin Acetaminophen Pain Reliever Medication, 125 Doses of Two Tablets, 500mg
- Coated, easy to swallow tablets are packed in a perforated dispenser box to allow easy access.
- Available in tamper evident, individual dose packets.
- Pain reliever and fever reducer - Does not contain aspirin.
- Contains 125 packets of 2 tablets.
- Active Ingredient: Acetaminophen Purpose:Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer
Infants' Tylenol Oral Suspension, Fever Reducer and Pain Reliever, Cherry, 2 fl oz
- Relieves minor aches and pains and reduces fever in children.
- Contains acetaminophen.
- Relieves symptoms of cold, flu, sore throat, headache, and toothache.
- Cherry flavor.
- 1-ounce bottle.
PhysiciansCare by First Aid Only Extra-Strength Non-Aspirin Tablets, 50 Count
- PhysiciansCare medications contain the same active ingredients as the leading national brands.
- Active Ingredient: Acetaminophen Purpose: Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer
- Coated easy to swallow tablets
- Medications are packed in a perforated dispenser box to allow easy access
- Perfect to grab and go so you have a packet or to on hand.
Kirkland Extra Strength Non-Aspirin Acetaminophen Caplets, 500 mg, 500 Count
- Compare to extra strength tylenol active ingredient
- Pain reliever
- Fever reducer
- 500 caplets
BC Aspirin Fast Pain Relief Powder | Relieves Headache & Body Aches | 50 Powders | Packaging May Vary
- Turn pain into a distant memory with BC's original pain relief formula.
- Try our new on-the-go stick packs: same fast formula in a more convenient sealed stick pack!
- Fast pain relief
- Temporary relief of minor body aches/fever
- Pain reliever and fever reducer
Advil Sinus Congestion & Pain Reliever Coated Tablets, 20 Count
- Ibuprofen 200 mg / Phenylephrine HCl 10 mg
- NON-DROWSY relief of: Sinus Pressure, Nasal Swelling & Congestion, and Headache
- 20 Coated Tablets per Pack
Advil Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer, 200mg Ibuprofen (10-Count Coated Tablets, Pack of 12)
- Includes one bottle 10 Advil coated ibuprofen tablets, temporary pain relief. Make pain a distant memory with Advil ibuprofen, the #1 selling pain reliever (among over the counter pain relievers), providing safe, effective pain relief for over 30 years.
- So whether you have a headache, muscle aches, backaches, menstrual pain, minor arthritis and other joint pain, or aches and pains from the common cold, nothing's stronger or longer lasting.(1) The medicine in Advil is #1 doctor recommended for pain relief.(2)
- Advil coated ibuprofen tablets temporarily relieve minor aches and pains due to: headache, toothache, backache, menstrual cramps, the common cold, muscular aches, and minor pain of arthritis. Advil coated ibuprofen tablets temporarily reduce fever as well.
- Millions have trusted Advil to safely and effectively relieve their aches and pains for over 30 years. Stops pain at the site of inflammation for relief where you need it. The medicine in Advil is what ER doctors use to treat their own aches and pains.
- When used as directed, Advil ibuprofen is a safe and effective pain reliever. In fact, when ER Doctors choose an over-the-counter pain reliever for their own aches and pains, the medicine in Advil is their #1 choice.(3)
Aleve Caplets with Naproxen Sodium, 220mg (NSAID) Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer, 270 Count
- Comes in small, oval caplets
- ONLY ALEVE. 1 Pill. 12 Hours of Pain Relief**Among OTC Leading Brands
- ALEVE temporarily relieves minor pain from: minor arthritis pain, headache, backache, muscle aches, menstrual cramps, dental pain
- ALEVE is proven better on tough pain than Tylenol 8hr. *Based on menstrual and dental pain studies
- ALEVE is the #1 recommended brand for minor arthritis pain among orthopedic doctors
GoodSense Ibuprofen Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer Tablets, 200 mg, 500 Count
- Compare to the active ingredient of Advil Ibuprofen Tablets
- Pain Reliever and Fever Reducer
- Temporarily relieves minor aches and pains due to headache, muscular aches, minor pain of arthritis, toothache, backache, the common cold and menstrual cramps; temporarily reduces fever
- NSAID - Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug
- Keep Carton For Reference
The Miracle Headache Kit -- Contains Ibuprofen, Aspirin, and Acetaminophen (6 Packets of Each Medicine, 2 Tablets Per Packet, 36 Tablets Total)
- You Will Receive 6 Ibuprofen Packets (12 tablets), 6 Aspirin Packets (12 tablets) and 6 Non-Aspirin (Acetaminophen) Packets (12 tablets) [36 Tablets Total]
- Manufactured by Medique Medicine and Distributed by Amazon Seller, "My Medical Warehouse" and "Prime Shipping Direct"
- Non-Steroidal Ibuprofen, Aspirin (Acetylsalicylic Acid), and Non-Aspirin (Acetaminophen)
- Compare to Advil, Bayer, and Tylenol, but a Purer Form with a Much Cleaner Set of Inactive Ingredients Only from Medique
- Expiration Dates are Fresh from Manufacturer - Usually Stamped with a Two-Year Date for Best Usage Time Frame
Dog Painting and Modern Art
Animal art, and modern art- is there a difference?
"It speaks to me."
"Genius, pure genius. Just look how the artist has made such an intellectual statement. The vibrant reds are so emotional, it reduces us to a warm and fuzzy art snob glob of goo just staring at it."
"I go to art school."
"This artist is better than any new millennium abstract painter, and certainly better than Cy Twombly and other such scribble artists."
Of course nobody told them who the artist is, and they probably didn't read the info on the painting or the "artist's statement" if any. Mostly, they were interested in hearing themselves talk, giving their avant-garde critique while wearing their berets and scarves.
I'll give them the fact that the artist above is better than Cy Twombly. Also it is true that the artist has made much more an intellectual statement than any of these folk are capable of giving, and the artwork is done with more skill and the outcome produced is more aesthetically pleasing than any of them are capable of. But only if they knew who painted it:
Yeah it fooled them as I'm sure it fooled most of you. A dog painted this, and sure, for a canine it's great. I amend my statement- for any abstract artist it's great! I would die laughing if this little trick was played on the real people who hang around Old City on 2nd street and frequent the First Friday exhibits.
Not everybody is like this, don't get me wrong- and the art shown is wonderful. It's just the talentless spectators who cram into these galleries and look down their noses at people. Most are just interested in themselves and couldn't care less about the art on the walls. But then again, I mostly don't want to hear their b.s. about the art anyway: "It speaks to me!" It speaks does it? What does it say? It's a canvas splattered with pink paint selling for $4,000. It doesn't speak, it screams- "bad taste and overpriced!"
What gets me is that any dog or gorilla could accomplish most of what's being paraded around as "modern art." The minimalists of the '50s were making a statement. They said since art history has been a constant reduction, why not skip straight to zero. That's funny, and interesting, and they were the first to do it. Some art student today who paints a canvas blue and tries to sell it is not funny, or original, or talented. They may be talented otherwise, but splattering paint or making a blank canvas is not talent, and it's not art. It's been done!
I read an article the other day about how art has never really been representational and it's actually always been abstract. I beg to differ. Since hieroglyphics, and cave art, people have always represented reality in recognizable ways. In ancient Eastern writing, the word for house looks like a little house. (I don't speak or write in the languages, but you catch my drift.)
Art can be decoration, or can be a symbolic statement of some sort. And, risking getting away from my statement here, I will say abstract certainly has it's place. Kandinsky comparing art to music is fantastic. He was a genius, and his art is beautiful. You can hear the symphonies and harmony while looking at his vibrant colors and shapes. His art had meaning, as does most of the art of the early abstract artists of the 20th century. Just don't paint a canvas blue and call it, "A walk in the park while pondering the universe," and think it's art.
Even Jackson Pollock said most of his attempts have failed when splattering his paint. Some paintings turned out great and showed real energy and made a statement in force. Other times they just looked like paint splattered on a linen canvas on the floor.
So call it what it is. And don't call it what it isn't. Kudos to the art students who really come out with great art. Just don't think that all art is abstract these days. If the underlining principle behind what the minimalists were saying was true, then art has already reached zero and it's time to pack up and go home. There isn't anything left to do. But that simply isn't true.
If anything, abstraction is the fad. It was a trendy fashionable rage that had it's time. It's over now- get over it. But don't despair. If you cannot paint, paid thousands of dollars for art school and you have no talent, then your paint splatters won't get you far anyway. But if you have real talent, then create beautiful art. Forget about trends and fashions, and just paint.
If you sit down at a bar and order a "single plum floating in perfume, served in a man's hat," then you are a pretentious art snob and you will probably purchase that $4,000 pink blob. You will show all your friends at your cocktail parties and they will call you a genius. The trendy talentless art system needs you. So, give it your support.
If you are a paint splattering art student, study Tillie Cheddar the dog's artwork. You could learn a thing or two!