Diazepam, 10mg.

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Since when are 10 mg Diazepam pink and scored with no number on them instead of blue with a 10 and scored as in America?

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Verwon Says:

Well, first of all, even in the U.S. the colors don't mean anything, the manufacturers can make them whatever color they choose, so even the same dosage from different companies may not be all the same color.

As to the imprint, this can happen if you order them from a foreign pharmacy or obtain them there.

Unlike the U.S., they don't require all of their medications to have unique imprints for identification purposes.

That said, there is also no way to actually be certain they sent you the correct thing.

Diazepam is a Benzodiazepine, commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders.

Side effects can include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and iritability.


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PYork Says:

Received pills from online pharm-they are light blue, scored and have Roche 10 written on one side. supposed to be brand name valium-however I thought brand name valium had a V cut out of the middle??

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Verwon Says:

Pyork, the V notch is used in the U.S. but in the rest of the world, the name brand Valium is only marked with Roche 10. So you did receive what you ordered.

They are 10mg Valium tablets.


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Semaj Says:
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In all a ma 10year av seen the lot wockhardt actavis triagon mylan zepose apaurin benzidin zepam Roche squiggly Gs M&A pharma teva a few but never seen the v cut out ? Hope this helps

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Jordan Says:
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I have had pink 10mg diazepam they were made by steadon and were from Greece and from the pharmacy so yeah you do get different colours in some cases

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BenzoFiend Says:
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Sound like Etizolam to me, loads being sold as Diazepam. It's a cheaper drug, a bit stronger than Diazepam. 1mg Etizolam = 10mg Diazepam

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