Oxycodone L430

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THIS IS DEFINITELY NOT OXYCODONE!!!

This is an OVER THE COUNTER medication. Not any type of narcotic.

This pill contains Acetaminophen 250mgs, Aspirin 250mgs and Caffeine 65mgs, it is a generic or store brand of Excedrin Migraine.

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