Bayer® Genuine Aspirin temporarily relieves headaches, toothaches, pain and fever due to colds, muscle pain, menstrual pain and minor pain from arthritis.
Bayer® invented modern aspirin 120 years ago, and it’s the most trusted pain reliever on the shelf today. Many pain reliever brands have come and gone over the last century, but Bayer® continues to be a trusted brand and the #1 doctor recommended aspirin brand.*
- 325mg coated tablets
- Relieves headache pain
- Relieves toothache pain
- Relieves pain and fever due to colds
- Muscle pain relief
- Menstrual pain relief
- Relieves minor pain of arthritis
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**Aspirin is not appropriate for everyone, so be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen.
Bayer AG is a German multinational pharmaceutical and life sciences company. Headquartered in Leverkusen, where its illuminated corporate logo, the Bayer cross, is a landmark, Bayer’s areas of business include human and veterinary pharmaceuticals; consumer healthcare products; agricultural chemicals and biotechnology products; and high-value polymers.
Founded in Barmen in 1863 as a dyestuffs factory, Bayer’s first and best-known product was aspirin.
It all starts with a friendship between two men, plenty of natural curiosity and two kitchen stoves. Businessman Friedrich Bayer and dyer Johann Friedrich Weskott use these to conduct experiments and eventually discover how to make the dye fuchsine. On August 1, 1863, they found the “Friedr. Bayer et. comp.” company in Wuppertal-Barmen, a 19th century startup with tremendous potential.