906 White Oval Pill

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Eddie Says:


what is this pill I got. I was told it was to promote sleep. 906 on one side, white, oblong



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Verwon Says:

A white, capsule shaped tablet with the number 906 on it actually contains 300mgs of Quetiapine, which is a type of antipsychotic that's used to treat various mental health disorders.

Learn more Quetiapine details here.

Who told you it was for promoting sleep?

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