Alza 36, White Pill

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white capsule w/ flat ends. it says alza 36 in black.

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Angel Anderson Says:
 
the pill is white long with oval ends and has alza 35 in black writing what is it and what is it's side effects?

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Dana Says:
 
it's concerta. ADD medecine and it makes you focus and lose your appetite.

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Omally Says:
 
The pill is Concerta, it Treats ADD and helps you focus, but it also makes you lose your appetite and you may not be able to sleep, It'll also make you pretty stingy for a couple of hours once it wears off

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