- Anadin Original - aspirin and caffeine based
- Anadin paracetamol tablets - launched in 1988
- Anadin ibuprofen tablets - launched in 1997
- Anadin Extra - aspirin, paracetamol and caffeine based (ordinary version launched in 1983 and soluble version in 1992)
- Anadin Joint Pain
- Anadin Liquifast (or Anadin Ultra) - ibuprofen-based liquid capsules (ordinary and "Double strength" versions)
Along with other brands, Anadin's paracetamol tablets have been criticised for being overpriced compared to non-branded versions (e.g. 16 Anadin Paracetamol tablets each containing 500 mg of paracetamol cost around £2.09 while non-branded equivalents retail for around £0.35). Over the past five years Anadin sales have dropped significantly with people favouring purchase of non-branded versions and the Nurofen brand of painkillers which has seen increased sales due to marketing.
As with many proprietary painkillers, the addition of caffeine to Anadin products may also make them slightly addictive or even induce headaches once people stop taking them.
- http://www.brandrepublic.com/InDepth/Features/188772/Superbrands-case-studies-Anadin/ Archived 2009-08-18 at the Wayback Machine Superbrands case studies: Anadin
- https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-wellbeing/features/the-great-medicine-ripoff-808919.html?r=RSS The Independent - The great medicine rip-off
- "Anadin brand". brandrepublic.com. Retrieved April 9, 2016.