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BROWN PILL ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Fri, Oct 16 '09, 1:34 AM
par 888
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Oval and brown ...
Updated 5 years ago.
Fri, Nov 20 '09, 8:16 PM
Brown Pill Par 888=dronabinol
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that is a dronabinol it is what you call a thc pill it is derived from the marijuana plant,it consist of what appearers to be powdery liquid,but it is actually sesame seed oil with a couple (depending on mg) of canabenoids suspended in the oil along with some other inate chemicals,MEDICAL MARIJUANA DOES NOT HAVE TO BE LEGAL IN YOUR STATE FOR YOU TO BE PRESCRIBED THIS DRUG,it is a generic of the drug marinol,it is used as a last resort medication for people with a number of different conditions including nausea, glaucoma,hiv(aids),and several eating disorders,it can only be prescribed in certain situations,or when all other medications have failed to help the patient,it is not the strongest stuff there is and is not completely the same as marinol so if u can get a brand name brand or if ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Marinol.
Sun, Jan 27 '13, 8:51 PM
gel h d Par888
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Brown gel cap that say par 888 ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Sun, Aug 08 '10, 10:22 PM
yellow pill SL 25 (chevy symbol)
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please help me. My daughter had a brisk ice-tea and at the bottom of it she found a yelloe on one side darker yellow on the other side capsual pill with letters SL 25 with a chevy symbol on the other side. Do you have any idea what it is, or why it was in there? She did alot of it in her mouth but we were able to save part of the capsual. Thank you so much. ## If this is an emergency, please call 1 800 745-9269. If not, please call us m-f 8:30-6:00 at 888 547-8668 ## Definitely contact Lipton, as was posted above, because if this was sealed in the body, it is a serious issue that they are going to want to look into. This capsule shaped pill was obviously discolored from the tea, because it is normally white. The good news, however, is that it was nothing really dangerous, it contains 25... ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Mon, Nov 15 '10, 2:10 PM
what kind of pill has this discription
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its a brown gel tab with PAR 888 ## Brownish red pill with par 888 imprinted ## This is a THC pill ## what does it do? ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Sun, Nov 21 '10, 12:36 PM
white round rp 10 325 is it a percocet
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White round with RP 10 325 imprinted on it is this a percocet? ## @Ricky, I've seen a white round pill with R P 30 listed as Oxycodone 30mgs. However the "10/325" (if it is confirmed to be part of the imprint on your pill) would generally signify the presence of Acetaminophen along with 10mgs of either Hydrocodone or Oxycodone; but this remains to be verified. Now the RP imprint I know stands for "Rhodes Pharmaceuticals", so one thing you could do is contact them directly for more specific details on the tablet description/identity. Their main phone number is listed as (401) 262-9200; or you can also try reaching customer service at 888-827-0616. I hope this helps! ...
Updated 10 days ago in Percocet.
Thu, Dec 11 '14, 12:31 PM
Adderall mixed amphetamine salts
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The vast majority of Adderall prescriptions, are filled by the generic version, also, made by the foreign parent, Teva of Israel, by their acquisition of Barr Labs,, of Sellersville, Pennsylvania, USA make the "original" early 1960's "OBETROL" mfg in Brooklyn, NY by Obetrol, Inc, a division of Rexal Pharma Corp, with a patented formula containing 50% pure methamphetamine, (ten mg. tablet) with 2.5% remainder of Amphetamine Sulfate, or just 2.5 mg, and, then, a match of d-amphetamine (pure dextroamphetamine sulfate) total amount of speed "10mg." Source: Physicians Desk Reference page 888, "Physician's Desk Reference" for the year 1968. "the PDR" for 1968 publisher: Medical Economics, Oradell, NJ USA "Richwood Pharmaceutical in the year ... ...
Updated 6 months ago in Adderall.
Wed, Jun 11 '14, 7:02 AM
xopenex for nebulizer
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I tried everything, I mean everything and in the pulmonologists office they gave me xopenex in nebulizer. It saved my life. Fla medicaid wont pay for it even after docs asked 3 times. ANY help for me? ## I am not sure what the qualifications for the programs are, some may not help if you have insurance, but it doesn't hurt to call them and check. I found two listed that may help with Xopenex: The Partnership for Prescription Assistance 888-477-2669 and RX Outreach 800-769-3880. Can you please post back and let me know if either one of these can help you? If not, I'll see what else I can find for you. ## Neither one can help me. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Xopenex.
Thu, Apr 12 '12, 4:28 PM
Free Adderall Coupon
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cant afford my medication ## this site does not manufacture, prescribe, nor sell any medications, this is an information only website. And as to assistance for Adderall, unfortunately, the manufacturer, Shire Pharmaceuticals, has discontinued the program for this medication. Have you talked to your doctor about possibly using the generic medication? Another place you can try getting help through is the Partnership for Prescription Assistance, they have several programs available. You can contact them for more information at: 888-477-2669. ## partnership for prescription assistance does not help w/Adderall.... ## I cannot afford my prescription of Adderrall. I need some financial assistance in order to get my medication as I am unemployed. ## I'm afraid that the answer still remains ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Adderall.
Mon, Mar 04 '13, 4:47 PM



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