Clonazepam Dark Blue Pill With C1

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Michelle Says:
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Is the blue C1 Clonazepam manufactured in the U.S. And is it closer to an Ativan than a Klonopin? The effects seem more similar to Ativan because they make me nauseous were as Klonopin do not.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Michelle! How are you?

This tablet is manufactured by Accord Healthcare and they are based in North Carolina. They list it as containing 1mg of Clonazepam.

There can be slight fluctuations in the amount of the active ingredient in generic medications, under the Hatch-Waxman Act of 1984, they are allowed to differ from the name brand by as much as plus or minus 20%. Given that you're experiencing more side effects, my best guess would be that this one is slightly higher in the amount of the active ingredient. Thus, you may also experience other side effects that the FDA lists as possibly including headache, irritability, and dizziness. They also warn that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming.

If it is due to side effects, things should go away, in a few weeks, once your body gets used to taking this one.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Mel Says:
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I feel I 3 doesn't do what the green ones do just eyes burningthey seem weak but friend liked and say hit her quicker from dissolving faster they were used so vets can swallow them easily

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Kim Says:
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This C 1 Accord is the worst generic Klonopin of them all. They do not work at all. If you let it melt in the mouth it works a bit better. I have to switch to xanax. Can't be getting different generic every month. Teva was the best.

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