Asthma Treatment

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Asthma is a common respiratory condition that causes inflammation of the airways, making breathing difficult. Symptoms include shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing and tightness in the chest. Asthma attacks can be serious if they are not appropriately managed, and therefore prescription asthma medication is highly important to ensure effective symptom relief and prevention.

Ventolin Evohaler is an effective, inhaled bronchodilator medication used to treat the symptoms of asthma. Ventolin works to open up the airways and relax the respiratory muscles to make breathing significantly easier.

As one of the UK’s trusted online pharmacies, the asthma treatments we stock are approved by the Medicine and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). See our full range below.

Ventolin reliever inhalers contain the active ingredient Salbutamol to quickly treat asthma symptoms.

from £14.99

Designed to make taking your asthma medication through an inhaler a quick and hassle-free experience.

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