Capsule With Peach Beads

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clear capsule with peach and white beads inside not marking
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I found a clear capsule with white and peach colored beads inside. I found it in my daughters pants pocket. Can someone please tell me what this is. ## Hello, Gert! How are you? Without any markings, it might be difficult to determine what this contains. We can rule it out as being a manufactured prescription medication, since they are all required to have imprints to enable their identification in case of emergency. However, that does leave it open to many over the counter possibilities. I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else recognize this capsule? ## Its probably an addrall 30 mg. For adhd but scientifically its dextrose-methamphatmine.... Makes u speed bad if u do not have adhd ...
Updated 7 months ago in ADD / ADHD.
Sat, Nov 19 '16, 2:42 PM
Unknown capsules with orange beads
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This is gonna be pretty interesting but I'll be honest anyway - I believe my latest rx refill is fake. It does nothing but make my chest and stomach hurt and has remnants of orange capsule beads. Anybody know what any of the pills are that contain orange beads? ## Well, the first question is what medication is it SUPPOSED to be? And would you happen to know if the medication is from the Unites States or a foreign country? Lastly, are there any letter / numbers / markings on the capsules? ## Amphetamine salts 30mg ER is an orange variety capsule with peach color med pellets ...
Updated 2 months ago in Amphetamine.
Sun, Mar 26 '17, 1:30 AM
Orange Peach Capsule
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White beads in it and R 3061 printed in capsule ## The orange capsule in description is identified as Amphetamine + Dextroamphetamine extended release (30 mg); which is indicated for use in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Manufacturer: Actavis Elizabeth LLC Learn More: Amphetamine + Dextroamphetamine Details I hope this helps! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Amphetamine.
Mon, Feb 25 '13, 9:06 PM
25mg adderall beads in capsule
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Would like to know what color the beads inside the capsule look like? ## @Nikki, Just curious, why is the color of the beads so important if you're obtaining your Adderall legally with a valid prescription? If you have to question the bead color in order to determine if it's real then I think you should probably throw it away. I don't know about the 25mg bead color, but the 20mg generic amphetamine + detroamphetamine extended release blue capsule from Actavis contains white beads. I've also heard about Adderall capsules containing peach colored beads as well as combinations of orange and white together. If you have one why not open it up to find out? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Adderall.
Sat, Mar 12 '16, 10:35 AM
adderall orange capsule
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Need to know the bead color of the 3061 capsule ## @jake, I'm not sure about "R 3061", but "R 3060" contains WHITE beads and is the 20mg extended release version from the same manufacturer (Actavis)... So odds are that the 30mg 3061 capsule may have the same color beads as the dosage below it. The only differentiating factors I'm aware of are the imprints and the capsule color itself. However I've also heard about Adderall capsules containing peach colored beads as well as combinations of orange and white together. If you have one why don't you open it up and check? Are you getting them off the street or something to have reason to worry about what color they are? ## I'm wondering myself if my bf who use to have an issue is switching the beads on me a... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Adderall.
Wed, May 10 '17, 7:12 PM
n75 pink
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capsule containing numerous small beads ## peach or pink pill found with "N" 75 labelled on it ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Fri, Jun 10 '11, 11:21 PM
take picture of pill to identify
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93 on half of the pill and blank on other side. It's kind of a fat pill. ## I need to identify a peach colored pill with a N on top n a 75 on bottom filled with beads in an oval shape. Not sure what it is. Anyway I can send you a pic to help ## @Cp, Do you happen to know what color the pill is that you're describing? @Lisa, As far as I know, capsules are the only type of pill to contain beads, so I think it's pretty rare to hear about an oval shaped pill containing beads... Might you be referring to "capsules" being oval in the sense that they curve around the edges? I only ask because I located a peach colored capsule with a capital "N" on top of a dividing line, with the number "75" printed below it [in red ink]. This particular pill turned out to b... ...
Updated 4 months ago in Venlafaxine.
Mon, Jan 30 '17, 2:28 PM

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