Blue Capsule With Yellow Powder Inside

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Renee Says:


Someone tried to give me a Dark blue and other half of capsule is clear powder inside is dark yellow almost orange or golden color. You can see color of stuff inside casue 1/2 of cap. is clear. I have an bad tooth and can get to dentiest till tomorrow, but I didn't take it yet casue Im not sue what it is? But they said it is Oxycodone made by a local phamcay, no markings on the capsule? I;m in such pain im almost ready to take it and cant find info on it?



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Verwon Says:

Have you been seen by your dentist by now?

As to the capsule, if there are no markings, it's really hard to try and guess what it is. We know it isn't a manufactured prescription product, since they are all required to have unique imprints to enable their identification.

However, if it was done by a local pharmacy as a compounded product specially ordered by a doctor, then it wouldn't have any markings and it might be Oxycodone, but I can't say with certainty.

Learn more Oxycodone details here.

Is there a compounding pharmacy in your area?

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KJ Says:

These are made by pharmacies in Florida that do compounding and are real oxy 30s with 5mg of dextrose. They are also usually mixed with ginger or vanilla to discourage snorting or injecting. They have become very common in FL since regular Oxyodone/Roxycodone tablets have become increasingly difficult to find. At the 2 places I know of who make them in Jacksonville, they cost $3.50 each. They are definately real 30mg oxys if you got them from a pharmacy with an Oxycodone perscription but your Dr. has to write the persctiption as oxycodone 30 dextrose 5 in order to get them filled. If you got them from someone there is no telling if they are real.

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ALF Says:

Where can I find the Yellow Medical Powder to heal wounds ? I use it on plaster over scrub-wounds and such.

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