Diazepam 10mg Cdc

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pip 76 Says:
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Hi people.I've bought 2 blister strips of actavis diazepam 10mg, 14 pills per strip. Light blue, with C above the score line and DC below.blank on other side.they melt on the tongue almost immediately. Does anyone know if they are genuine? Any help is appreciated



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mac Says:

I need this medication but doctors won't prescribe, i have bad pain.

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Ozzy Says:

Every blue 10mg valium outside of pharmacies are fake. All manufacturers have stopped making them since Jan 2014. All Actavis blues which are light blue are no good. Tested plenty ...

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Pip Says:
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Maybe in the uk bud but I'm in dublin. pharmacies still dispense blue 10s and the actavis ones I got did the trick for me. i only got 2 trays but they worked. ive not had them since though. tnx for your reply anyway pal.

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Pip76 Says:
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They're all gone. I only have 2 trays and wanted advice as I'd not seen them before but they were genuine as far as to say that they worked for me.

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goodbutstillfakes Says:
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Your right mukka in the uk they only dispense the yellow 5mg ones.Too tired of hearing the old yeah mate they're the real mcoy stollen from a pharmacy (strange since they no longer hold the 10mg blue variety!!).
So any blue teva/activa your being offered on the street are Chinese copies that's why you can get 3 strips of 14 on some estates in Glasgow for a tenner!!!

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jim45 Says:

Not true mate. I live in bournemouth, england and am on 10mg teva brand. I get them prescribed and usually use the chemist in the surgery or asda chemist. They are fresh made as they have a 2 year use by date on them. Its true that docs don't like prescribing them anymore but mine is cool with giving me 28 to last 3 months.

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jim45 Says:

Should have added i am talking about Diazepam 10mg blues made by teva. There is no such thing as valium anymore. They went out of production in 2013. Hoffman la roche, the makers stopped production after 50 years due to poor sales. Diazepam is exactly the same thing and is licensed to 500+ drug companies around the world to be made. Round here teva is the most common make that chemists stock. I've never bought any street drugs so can assure you that genuine blues are still being made, stocked and prescribed in england.

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jim45 Says:

Look into diclazepam. A prescription is not required as it was never classed as medicine. 10x stronger than diazepam, also etizolam.

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Pip76 Says:
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Thank you for that info. Was very helpful. I'm in ROI but the pills are sourced from either the north or England. Thank you

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goodbutstillfakes Says:
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Ok mate, but if you're getting 3 strips of 14 for a ten spot you REALLY can't expect them to be good now, can you? #REALLY.......

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Pip76 Says:
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I said 2 strips not 3. And since I put up the post I've found that they came from Northern Ireland and they are genuine. They do work for me.

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Chinaman Says:
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Hi, anyone come across Actavis Diazepam 10mg light blue, with "cdc" and a split on one side and blank on the other side; 14 in a blister pack? They seem decent enough, got them prescribed in the Dublin area. Anyone have info on them? Cheers.

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BL Says:

Re: Chinaman (# 12)

The only way to be sure you are getting the medication you were prescribed. Is to get your prescriptions filled at a legitimate pharmacy.

They still make Valium (Diazepam) There are no plans to stop making this drug. It can be addicting. It can be dangerous, But it is a good drug. It is up to your doctor to decide if the benefits outweigh the risks.

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Ollie Says:
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Re: Chinaman (# 12)

I get strips of 14 in the blisters made by Actavis UK on prescription from my GP and collect from boots the chemist. The tablets are a pale blue, blank on one side and the other side has a single split line with the letter C above the line and the letters DC below the line. They are also relatively hard, not like a lot of fakes that are poorly made and much more crumbly. The tablets I have described above are the real deal 10mg diazepam. On the box (which contains two strips of 14, giving 28 total) it says MA Holder: Actavis, Barnstaple, EX32 8NS, UK. The box is also marked with the name Almus which is the registered trademark. I hope this helps clarify what the real tablets should look like!

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Ollie Says:
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Re: goodbutstillfakes (# 5)

However Actavis UK are still making genuine 10mg blues, I get them on script from the GP and collect from boots the chemist. See my other post above with the full description in. I can't comment on any non-prescription bought strips of Actavis, however sometimes people who are desperate for money to get opioids will sell their scripts in desperation for a fix so they may well be genuine but it does sound cheap, £1 a 10mg blue is the normal price minimum!

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Jay Jay 45 Says:
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I've got 15 light blue c_dc 10mg and they are actavis real deal plus I got ,2mgs of clonazepam says CLN and number 2 below on 1 side and the symbol X on the other 1 of these is the equivalent of 2_3 10mgs of diazepam there called rivatrol in jail or rivys

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