White Capsule No Imprint

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off white no imprint capsule
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i just found this pill, it is like a cream color capsule (the kind that opens up) with absolutely no identifying information on it ## Hmmm, this would be difficult if not impossible to identify without actually performing a lab analysis. Prescription drugs in the U.S. are all regulated by the FDA, and are required to have unique imprint codes on them. This ensures that no two meds can get confused. Having a capsule with no markings on it indicates one of the following possibilities: - Over the counter med - Foreign country med - illegal substance - the letters or numbers on it somehow faded or disappeared over time Sorry I can't provide a more conclusive response. Please understand that it's like trying to find a needle in a haystack without any definitive markings. Like I menti... ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Mon, Apr 12 '10, 12:21 PM
white large capsule no imprint
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found these capsules in with other pills. a large white capsule no imprint & a smaller red capsule also with no imprint. white one has white powder in it ## If there are no imprints, it's going to be difficult to narrow down what these contain. We can rule them out as being U.S. prescription medications, since they are all required to have imprints to enable their identification. However, they could be over the counter products or even foreign medications. Were they found in the U.S. or elsewhere? ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Sun, Oct 31 '10, 1:29 PM
white capsule 108 imprint
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Person who found says football or oblong shape. 108 is only imprint on pill no other imprints and pill IS NOT scored. Was told was oxy but all oxy I am finding are scored on one side again this one is not. ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Tue, Jul 07 '09, 11:52 AM
Red And White Capsule No Imprint
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I've heard red and white capsules no imprint are 30 mg roxicodones? ## Honestly, it would largely depend on the country of origin of the pill. Reason being is that U.S. law requires all prescription drugs to have some sort of marking or imprint on the tablet to identify the substance and dosage. Without that, it could literally be anything from a dietary supplement, OTC med, illicit drug, or even something foreign. Whereabouts did you find it? ## I bought what was supposed to be a dietary supplement called Garcia Cambogia, but when I got it in the mail, it had no seal, and the bottle was so full when I opened it, the pills were popping out. I looked up the description of what they were supposed to be & it's nothing like these. I opened 1 of the capsules & it has an off w... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Roxicodone.
Sat, Jun 10 '17, 8:10 PM
white and green capsule no imprint
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I found these pills. Pink and white capsule and a green and white capsule. Both no imprints. Also a round tablet and the imprint is 54 262. Im worried. My sister had them in her bag. Im wondering if she is begining to take illegals and how dangerous. Please give me something to identify them. ## I found these pills. Pink and white capsule and a green and yellow capsule. Both no imprints. Also a round tablet and the imprint is 54 262. Im worried. My nephew had them in her bag. Im wondering if she is begining to take illegals and how dangerous. Please give me something to identify them. ...
Updated 1 month ago.
Thu, Jun 08 '17, 6:37 AM
red white capsule imprint 5 L
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I have a baggy with little red and white capsules with an imprint of 5 on one side and L on the other. I think it's Tylenol but exactly what type, I'm not sure. Anyone have any ideas? ## I found in my kids stuff a pill that is red with a white stripe around the middle capsule form with L 2 written on it... do you know what it is? ## hard red capsule white band around middle L on half and 2 on other half approx. 3/4" in length ## The one with the L 5 imprint contains 500mgs of Acetaminophen, so it is a generic or store brand of extra strength Tylenol. Learn more Acetaminophen details here. It may be toxic if too much is taken in a 24 hour period, so please do not exceed the recommended use amounts. The ones with the white band, or a grey band are the rapid release ones. And I... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Tylenol.
Thu, May 30 '13, 11:19 AM
White Capsule Imprint Nd Scf
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White Capsule, one said imprinted ND SCF, otherside blank ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Sun, Jan 30 '11, 9:14 AM
E Imprint White Capsule Oblong
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I have a white oblong capsule with a captial E on it. I am wondering if this is Excedrin Migraine which I have used in the past for Migraines. I think I have one coming on and I'm not sure about this tablet. ## There is an Excedrin tablet with just an E marking, but since these are over the counter products, it's rather difficult to say if that's what you have or not. If you aren't sure what it is, then I'd suggest you just dispose of it and pick up a bottle of a migraine remedy from the store, so you are certain of the contents. Learn more Migraine details here. How are you feeling? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Excedrin Migraine.
Fri, Jul 20 '12, 9:55 AM
White And Gray capsule With No Imprint
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A capsule half white half gray no markings in a bag with vitamin e ## If there are no markings, we can rule it out as being a prescription medication, because they are all required to have markings to enable their identification in case of emergency. Thus, it is most likely that it is also an over the counter product and, in this form, probably some other supplement. Learn more dietary supplement details here. Does anyone recognize this and have an idea of what it might be? What was the general location it was found in? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Vitamin E.
Thu, Oct 18 '12, 5:28 PM
white oval shaped capsule w/ no imprint
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I found these pills in a drawer and I would like to know if you could tell me what they possibly could be? Over the counter or prescription drug? ## The current regulations of the U.S. FDA require that all prescription medications have unique markings to enable their identification, in case of emergency. The only exception is for medications that are specially formulated by a compounding pharmacy, and they use capsules. Thus, if a tablet doesn't have a marking, it is most likely an over the counter product, of some type. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 months ago.
Mon, Feb 27 '17, 9:24 PM
blue and white capsule with no imprint
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Blue and white oblong capsule with white powder inside no letters or numbers just smaill circular indents all around the top of the blue side ## If there is no imprint the only way to positively identify it would be to pay to have it lab tested. There is always the possibility that someone may recognize it from those indents. It really could be any one of a number of over the counter items or foreign medications. Sorry, I wish I could help! ## I found a baggy full of blue and white pills. no markings on them. the white part it fullf powder actually so i guess it would be blue and clear? Anyone know what they are? ## I found some of the same pills and didn't even notice the top of the blue part until you pointed it out! However, I have no idea what they might be. ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Sat, Sep 07 '13, 12:14 AM
Large Red And White Capsule No Imprint
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I recently found a baggy of of large red & white capsules with no imprint hidden in my teens closet. There were an even 90 capsules in the bag. He is out of town with a friend this week and we would like to identify before confronting him. My search on pill identifyer sites reveals nothing as most pharma meds must have a identifyer number, etc. These are just large red & white capsules. I want to believe they are some form of supplement he may be using for weight or sports training but identifying supplements appears impossible. The fact that there are exactly 90 capsules also leads me toward a supplement. Is there any local way to have the contents checked in a lab? Local law? Pharmacist? ## If you find a lab nearby and pay them to test them, that would probably be your only so... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Anxiety.
Thu, Feb 25 '16, 8:21 PM
baby blue and white capsule no imprint
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very very tiny , no imprint could be a water pill or diet pill not sure ## did you ever find out what kind of pill this is >> im lookinf foe similiar one ...i think its a water pill ## I'm sorry, but if there is no imprint, there is no way to positively identify it, other than to say it is NOT a legal US prescription drug, as they must all have some type of imprint, regardless of size. ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Tue, Oct 20 '09, 6:13 PM
white capsule imprinted with I8
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Updated 6 years ago.
Mon, Nov 29 '10, 8:07 PM
Large White Jel Capsule With No Imprint
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Large white gel capsule. With compounded sticky substance shaped in an oval also. Somewhat of a flavory sweet smell and dark brownish in color. ## Hi, Butterfly! Where did you find it? There are 3 options here, since there is no imprint on it and all manufactured prescription products are required to have imprints to enable their identification in case of emergency. The first and most probable is that it is some type of over the counter product. From your description, my best guess would be an herbal supplement. The next option is that it could have been something specially done by a compounding pharmacy, since they use their own, generic empty capsules. And the last possibility is that it may be a foreign medication of some type, since they are not regulated by the FDA. Does anyone els... ...
Updated 4 years ago.
Mon, Jun 17 '13, 12:50 PM
Little grey an white capsule no imprint
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Little grey an white capsule with mint green powder in it. Has no markings or numbers. Does anyone no what it is?? ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Fri, Sep 04 '15, 8:42 AM
Is a White Capsule No Imprints oxyprofen
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my friend was given a pill and was told its something new called an oxyprophin, oxycodone with ibuprofen. It's a white capsule with thin blue powder inside but no imprints on the capsule. I've never seen one or heard of it before and I'm afraid my friend might take something to make him ill. Someone please help... ## There is a formulation on the market that contains 5mgs of Oxycodone and 400mgs of Ibuprofen, it was originally marketed under the name Oxyprofen, but then was changed to Combunox. However, the relevant fact here is that it is a tablet, not a capsule and, as a U.S. manufactured prescription product, it is required to have an imprint to enable its identification. To be even more specific, it is an oblong, white tablet with F P divided by a score line on one side ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Oxycodone.
Fri, Mar 25 '16, 12:00 AM
White And Orange Capsule Pill No Imprint
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5/8 " long, 1/4" wide Found in my daughter's pocket. She doesn't do illegal drugs because she takes medication for epilepsy (she's afraid other drugs will cause a seizure). One of her friends is in to "herbal supplements" and other "healthy" things. Was wondering if this might be some type of herbal supplement, and how to find out what it is. she doesn't do ## If there are no markings on it, then it is going to be difficult to determine exactly what this contains. Yes, it can be rule out as being another prescription medication, because they are all required to have imprints to enable their identification. However, this does not apply to over the counter products, so it could be any one of a large number of those. Out of my own experiences, I can ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Anticonvulsant.
Sun, Oct 18 '15, 10:59 PM
orange and white capsule with no imprint
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Any help please? Possible that it had come from Overseas but is not likely to be illegal as we are in a country with very strict drug laws. Thanks ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Sat, Oct 03 '15, 6:56 AM
capsule blue no imprint
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it is more turquiose color capsule with white powder inside it. it has no markings at all but you can see impressions around it where it looks like something pressed the capsule together. is this a 40mg methadone? someone said it was? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Methadone.
Tue, Dec 15 '09, 7:15 PM

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