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Orange Pill Round 1 Over 2 On One Side, Other Blank And Not Scored

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Shawn Hardin Says:
I had someone bring these up to work to me during the middle of a panic attack, THINKING they were Klonopins. I would NEVER ask this from anyone, but someone had the chance to steal my WHOLE bottle of Xanax this month, and as much as I hate to SAY it, I might need these for later, IF they ARE benzodizapines!!! Any help much appreciated!!!


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Shawn Hardin Says:
Trying to post a pic, but don't know how!!!

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Verwon Says:
These are not any type of Benzodiazepine, they are 200mg Ibuprofen tablets, a generic for Motrin or Advil, it's a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory used to treat pain, fever and swelling.

The ones with this marking can often be found in common first aid kits.

Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, stomach pain and headache.

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Is there anything else I can help with?

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Shawn Hardin Says:
No, buddy...As much as I appreciate the help, those are NOT the pills. I know the ibuprofen NSAIDS you speak of, and these are DEFINITELY not THEM!!!

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laurie ferry Says:
how do you get off klopin quickly how long does it stay in your system

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popperplz Says:
yes i think so they are .5 mgs i know i am a benzo fraek

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popperplz Says:
yes they are clowns they are the point 5 mgs. theyre are the yellows which is .5 and greens that are 1mg and then the one that are white that say teva and those are 2 mgs. and also the ones with a "K" etched inside the the brand ones also other kinds generic what you do if you cant find out what a pill is then go to yahoo or google then just type for ex. round orange pill with the only imprints 1 over 2 then you can identify any pill.

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dave Says:
.5 clonazepm

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gina Says:
I couldn't locate an image but I am pretty sure it is Clonzapam .5mg

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dr street RX Says:
Verwon is completely wrong they are an orangish color. Round with a 1 over a 2 on the back they are klonopins .5 mgs

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john Says:
yea that one guys is very wrong these have np coating on them and they have that mint kind of flavor also just not as strong and I still have not found no kind a picture whatsoever on them but everywhere I look on the net it comes to 0.5 klonopin.

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Eddy Says:
Clonazepam Imprint:1 2
Strength:0.5 mg
Availability:Prescription only
Drug Class:Benzodiazepine anticonvulsants
Benzodiazepines Pregnancy Category:D - Positive evidence of risk
CSA Schedule:4 - Some potential for abuse
Manufacturer:Accord Healthcare, Inc.
National Drug Code (NDC):16729-0136

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RxTech Says:
I'm sorry but you are 100% wrong.. I am looking at the pills, and bottle, in front of me. They are a 0.5 = 1/2 mg Clonazepam; National Drug Code (NDC): 16729-0136 manufactured by Accord Healthcare, Inc. They are Round ORANGE COLORED tablets marked with the number 1 over the score mark and a number 2 beneath the score mark and can be easily broken in half by hand @ the score mark. It is one of numerous generic versions of the Brand Named drug called Klonopin® which is a Benzodiazepine manufactured by Roche® Laboratories. It is not a 200mg.Ibuprofen generic (Advil) which you suggested. There is however an Ibuprofen which has a letter “I” (Not the number "1".) followed by a dash and the number”2” and is a RED coated tablet which is what I can only guess you were referring to.

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nunya biness Says:
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It's a 1/2 mg klonopin equivalent to a peach xanax, yes it will help

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