10mg Diazepam Actavis Uk

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Soodyboocs Says:
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In simple terms they are are actavis 10mg tablets. Markings C DC with a split line through the middle. Light blue, blank on one side in sealed silver strips, with 14 to each. They don't seem to be good.



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Gary moore Says:
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Yes.thats the same marking that are on activis diazepam. But be carefull if u got them from any other place besides a licensed pharmacy cause there a lot of counterfeit tablets going about. Put 1 under your tongue. If it starts melting and tastes kinda sweet then it should be diazepam.

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gary Says:
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You're getting one of the best brands of Diazepam out there. Actavis, Teva and Crescent, all made in the UK and reputable.

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gary Says:
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Yes, they will melt easily under your tongue. You taste a slight chalky taste with a hint off sweetness. If it melts like that then your fine. If it doesn't start to melt as soon as u put it under tongue then spit it out and especially spit it out if they taste bitter and horrible. No diazepam tastes horrible (as long as they're real). BE SAFE FOLKS.

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Scotty Says:
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I've just filled a prescription for some 10mg Crescent Diazepam in the UK. 14 in a strip, as per usual.

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Kimbabe84 Says:
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I think Crescent are the worst on the market. My husband gets a script filled and our chemist dispenses them. He gets me to travel 8 miles away to get Actavis or Teva brand. He hates crescent brand.

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vod1 Says:

I have just filled my rx for 2 strips of 10mg actavis diazepam and they tested ok with an ez test kit. But my question is, why would they cut off the batch numbers and just leave the exp date on the other end of the strip? Surely if they were bad they would leave the batch numbers on to look more authentic. Also, they come without a box. Any ideas anyone? I have received these before from the same pharmacy, but the last lot they had the batch numbers on.

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Vlad76 Says:

Scooby, yes there is. It’s always a 14 with uk meds like blues or yellow tablets.

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Kelly Says:
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Re: Scotty (# 4)

Do you fill your rx with cash and how much are they? Which pharmacy has them?

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Mr Diaz Says:
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Re: Gary moore (# 1)

No. It is not the real Actavis. Real Actavis stopped using C/DC and is now white (10mg), with D10 on them imprinted. Those blue C/DC are ALL BAD!

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Gavaldo Says:
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Re: Gary moore (# 1)

No you're completely wrong. No legitimate diazepam should have a sweet flavour. Gary I think you're the one taking counterfeits!!

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Gavaldo Says:
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Re: gary (# 2)

That’s not true. Some find it a very slight bitter taste but definitely not horrible, but definitely not sweet. It's a promise that if they are sweet they’re bad. Sorry I’m 42 been there so I know a little.

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Paulie Says:
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Yea pal the actavis are done away with just like the Valium Roche so any diazepam CDC’s you see are counterfeit . The weird n interesting thing is tho the actavis diazepam in 2019. There are 2 different (illegal) pill pressures and labels packagers because one batch of the diazepam 10mg blue pill CDC by actavis tested in a lab contained a high dose of Etizolam in 1 pill ( which is strange considering etizo can be bought on its own more n more countries legalizing it now. in Ireland streets these CDC’s there is also Diazepan prodes comprimidos digipam white d10s & dizy diazepam white d10s. Etizolam by signature alko1 alprazolam and Xanax sticks and zop by hab. I’m gettin off track anyway . Yes 1 batch of CDC’s are just Etizolam and the others are actually contain and tested as zopiclone!! Which is also strange as zop is popular can’t understand why they’d put it in a pill pack box and package labeled diazepam . So to answer question . Yes fake. Some fakes like digipam zepam etc do actually have Diaz. But these we talk about don’t unfortunately . people oviously still like them tho because they get stoned

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Paulie Says:
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Gavaldo (# 12) --

He is taking bad ones lol, probably stoned on Etizolam. Is all not diazepam and Martin Dow is not real diazepam either lol

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Paulie Says:
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Bad pills with nothing but Etizolam, although one batch had zopiclone in it which makes no sense as if they had just labeled it as zop it would’ve sold just as well. Stupid. So yes to answer the question, bad. If you take one of those pills you're either taking Etizolam or zopiclone. They’ve been tested.

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Tommy Says:
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I have a strip of 14 actavis diazepam 10mg wich are blue and round with no markings and one scoreline on one side... are they real?

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