Buy Asthma Inhalers Online
You can purchase Ventolin inhalers from our website from just £19.99. Buying online is a fast and convenient way of buying as many as 3 blue salbutamol inhalers on our website (we offer Salbutamol Evohalers only) without the need to see your GP.
Key Facts About Asthma Inhalers
Buying our asthma inhaler products online may not be suitable for everyone
Treatment may not be suitable for:
- Pregnant females or those breastfeeding
- People using beta blockers including propranolol
If you are not suitable for our service you can see your GP for treatment.
Purchase your inhalers on our website for a fast and effective home delivery including free postage.
Ventolin Evohalers, the most popular branded version of Salbutamol
100 mcg of Salbutamol per metered puff
Use your ventolin inhaler as instructed by your GP or nurse. If you find that you are needing to use your ventolin inhaler more than two times per day then this may be an indication that you need a review with your GP. If you are using your inhaler frequently or finding it very hard to breathe then you should seek medical attention immediately.
|How to use Ventolin Asthma Inhalers|
Use your inhaler as instructed by your GP or nurse it is very important that you use the inhaler correctly to ensure the drug reaches your lungs where it takes its action to relieve symptoms.
|Time it takes for Ventolin Asthma Inhalers to work|
The effects of the asthma inhalers are instant and can last up to 6 hours.
|Side-effects of Salbutamol|
These are rare but in some cases can include a rapid heartbeat, tremors, difficulty sleeping, headaches and muscle pains or cramps. Anyone purchasing this medicine should have tried it before so we do not expect that you will experience any side effects that you have not had in the past.
Alternatives to Ventolin Evohalers
There is another type of inhaler that can relieve the symptoms of asthma, which is called terbualine it works in a similar fashion to salbutamol and widens the airways making is much easier to breathe. Many people with Asthma take a steroid based inhaler, which acts as a preventative treatment by reducing any inflammation in the lungs.
Informing your GP
It is important for you to keep your GP updated on any medication that you are taking or changes to the medication that you take. During the online assessment we will ask you for the details of your GP however if you do not want us to contact your GP we will not do so without your prior consent.