Normally you think a pharmacy is expensive and that you surely will pay loads of money for your pills. Today Vil went to the pharmacy to buy some pills. Normally he uses Nexium, because his doctor said so. “Nexium (esomeprazole) is a proton pump inhibitor that decreases the amount of acid produced in the stomach.”

The pharmacist said: “We don’r have Nexium on stock, but you can use a generic Omeprazole because it’s literally the same substance. The Nexium would be available this evening and 12,75 a pack. The Omeprazole is available now and 2,25. What do you want?”

SERIOUSLY, …. that’s a question? 10.25 Euro saved!

Thanks Pharmacist

Survival Tip: Always ask for generic medicine.

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