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Life’s best moments revolve around food. Why compromise even a moment because of heartburn? Get over-the-counter Zantac 360° heartburn relief.

Zantac 360°® with Triple Action:

  Prevents: Works in as little as 15 minutes

  Relieves: Targets at the source

  Lasts: Up to 12 hours*

Zantac 360º OTC contains famotidine, the #1 doctor recommended active ingredient approved to both prevent and relieve heartburn. Famotidine is a clinically proven, safe, and effective medicine that is FDA approved.

Whether taken to prevent heartburn, or to relieve it, Zantac 360° over-the-counter heartburn medication gives you fast-acting, long-lasting* heartburn control that’s guaranteed or your money back!


*Refers to acid control. Acid control does not correlate to symptom relief.
Among generic acid reducer recommendations.
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We’re on a journey to build a healthier future by empowering self-care through our products. This certification recognizes the actions our company is taking to increase our positive impact on people and the planet.



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Zantac 360° works fast and lasts — guaranteed or your money back.*

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5 Things You Should Know About Heartburn

First things first: Heartburn has nothing to do with your heart. It’s actually an irritation that occurs when your stomach produces too much acid during digestion and backs up into your esophagus (ouch).

Whether or not it’s your first time experiencing occasional heartburn, knowing what causes heartburn symptoms — and how to prevent them — can help you take control. Here are 5 things you should know.