Klonopin (Thread 159763)

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t perry Says:
 
I have klonopin in yellow pills--engraved E 63. are these generic?
and what dose.

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Samuel Says:
 
what is this pill wit6h e63 on it

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Josh lasky Says:
 
A white pill labeled Teva on the front and 54 on the back is a 2mg Klonopin, generally used for anxiety disorders.It is a narcotic medication and can only be prescribed by a doctor.

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Fred Says:
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It's not clonazepam it's Busperone

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Glen Says:
 
Clonazepam is not narcotic, it's a benzodiazepine. And buspirone isn't either of those.

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Neurotoxic8 Says:
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Seems to be some confusion I thought I should clear up. Klonopin is the brand name for the drug known as clonazepam which is the generic name and most of the time gives you info about the molecular structure of the drug. So just very quickly, very basically, and very simply explain a little bit about benzodiazepines, their names and structures. For example, for clonazepam, the -clo tells you it's has a chlorine atom at R2'. The naz tells you at R7 there's a nitro group. In non triazolo benzodiazepines, R2 is almost always a ketone. With triazolo or thieno, different rings fused with diazepine ring with nitrogens and sulfur respectively. So finally Pam or Lam tells you whether it's a classic benzo, or triazolo or thieno. Pam=classic, R2=Ketone. Lam=triAzoLo or thieno.

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