Ambien Zolpidem 10mg - Round Orange Tablet From Mexico

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Lexx Says:


Info needed. Does anyone know if Ambien (Zolpidem) 10 mg from Mexico comes in a small 1/4" round, lightish orange color tablet (white inside). Scorned on one side and unmarked on the other side?

Does anyone know if there is a Mexican pill identifier website? How can I tell if they are real or is Zolpidem 10mg even made like that? Is anyone familiar with these or have taken them ok?



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Verwon Says:

Unfortunately, when you order from a foreign sources, this is one of the hazards. Other than paying to have it lab tested, there is no way to be certain what you have received.

There is no website to identify them, because their products are not regulated like their U.S. counterparts and they are not required to log their imprints.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Zolpidem/­

Is anyone familiar with these?

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JLo Says:

I got this pill from a US phamacy. Not mexico. I always get a round white pill, generic ambien. Today I look and it is an oval orange pill. Never seen it before, so It has nothing at all to do with ordering from foreign sources.

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anskel Says:

I think I have some of those... i think from the old Basic Meds website. Good. Wish I could get more...

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Terri Terrell Says:

I know, I am so concerned, today, Aetna just randomly mailed this oval orange 10 mg pill that is supposed to be zolpidem, is it or not? I am so mad, I did not mail order this pill, but they sent 90 days worth without my consent.

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Otto Says:

Yeah, it's hard to tell. My generic zolps are pink and round (and very genuine).

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NA Says:

Zolpidem is faked all over the world... a LOT in mexico. The ones I know are fake are with no score line, but chances are it is fake. If you taste it and it your tongue is numb after, it is fake for sure. Real zolpidem does not NUMB your tongue.

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joh Says:

I just purchased those generic orange pills...yes they are ambien....they delivered the package to the pharmacy after I ordered them...I read the package. The potentcy is less than normal. I can take 20 mg and it feels like 10 of normal ambien.

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cherry Says:

Qualitest or Torrent are my only choices from my pharmacy for 10mg. zolpidem. Any feedback on which works better?

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Chris Says:
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Yeah Qualitest is 1000 times better than Torrent. Run away fast from the Indian brands they really stink. And thats from personal experience. Qualitest is my go to now as I said in another post. Its pretty effective with no dramatic side effects and it isnt weak. Still nothing like the actual Sanofi brand Ambien, but its the best of the generics.

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Tawanda Says:

They orange one worked fine for mr no problems no side effects.very consistent they work

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coco Says:

Were you able to send ambien you got from India back

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Skipper Says:
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Orange is a protective layer to deter abuse. Only reason.

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James Says:
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Dumb question?? Can you send it back?? Can you send the made in India Ambien or Zolpiem back??

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Mark t Says:

No way. They won't take it back. Years ago Indian zolpidem was good. This can't be zolpidem, it feels more like Valium. I'm irate mad. I hate Valium. I contacted the manufacturer and they keep swearing it's zolpidem. I've been taking zolpidem for years, and I know what it feels like and what it's supposed to do. And it doesn't. It takes 1 hour and I feel like I'm on valium...

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Shyy Says:
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The ambien I usually get is orange with white in the middle and its from here in the US. It works miracles for me.

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Erica Says:
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The ones I have say 10mg zolpidem tartrate 10mg and they are oblong white with the imprint "e" on one side and a divider line on the back. Is it in fact zolpidem tartrate?

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Smokie Says:
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I did not even bother to try. It took so long to find somebody who spoke decent English. I was able to get a prescription of the real thing. The other pills were off white crumble very easily and had a horrible aftertaste.

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Bee Says:
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I use Mexican ambien. Comes in a blister pack and orange round. It works well. I'm running out and don't know what to do. Been taking ambien for 12 years. Dr won't write over 5mg. I need 20mg to sleep. So I have to get it from Mexico. But can't get there now.

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Jlc Says:
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I went Rocky point yesterday to get the Nitrest which usually comes in a box with a small round orange pill that you push through, but the regular pharmacy was out of them so I bought from another one and it came in a sealed bottle with a label on it. I did nothing to open it to look at it but it is a large pink round pill with one line down the middle and it did absolutely nothing! I learned to type in the NDC Number later and it showed up as Viagra even though it did not match the physical description! Has anyone ever had the large round pink with the line down the middle and no numbers on it that worked as zolpidem?

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John Says:
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Re: Bee (# 18)

Go to Augadonas mexico and get as many as you want. Have to hide in your sock when crossing boarder .

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