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Round White Pill Capital A Small B Inside Rectangle
Small round white pill. Each side has a Capital A and a lower case b which is inside a box ## This is Anatabloc. It is used as an anti-inflammatory. It is not prescription. See anatabloc.com for more information. It is sold through their website, and more recently through GNC. ## I can't find any images to confirm this information, but it does make sense in accordance with what the company lists about the Anatabloc product on their website. And if it is Antabloc, it is an over the counter supplement, as Pat stated that's claimed to help with inflammation, though this has not proven and these claims are not backed by the FDA. It is listed as containing 1mg of Antabine base, 500units of Vitamin A and 40units of Vitamin D3. There may be other ingredients as well, but I am not certa... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Vitamin A.
Fri, Dec 21 '12, 9:54 PM   3  Subscribe to thread 235726
All Images Of Xanax 2mg
my kid had some pills a boy gave her and said they where xanaxs. but i searced what they looked like and I can only find the ones im lookin for to have a image on one side, but they had U 94 on both sides white rectangle, bar the slang word I guess. But I think someone gave her something else, I would just like to know what these are. My kid shoudnt of had anything in the first place but I wanna know what they gave her. Please send some images to my addy: thanks ## I don't have an image to post or send to you, due to copyright reasons. This one is actually a tablet that is under debate, because the ones with the U94 marking on one side, that are listed in the Swedish drug database have just that, the marking on one side. However, people that have ordered these received them as 2mg A... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Xanax.
Sun, Jun 19 '11, 9:45 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 218967


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