Diazepam Tablets 10mg Double Score Lines

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Jenny Says:


Received these from what I thought was a reputable pharmacy - small blue pills, Roche 10 on one side, two score lines on back, and slightly thicker than the previous generic valium I was used to taking. Are these safe?


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Verwon Says:

The tablets you see with the V notch cut out are just what they use in the U.S.

The Roche 10 marking is what they use throughout most of the rest of the world and yes, they contain 10mgs of Diazepam, the active ingredient in Valium. At least that's what the listings I'm finding show, so I hope this helps!

Are there any other questions or comments?

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Jenny Brooks Says:

Thanks very much for the reply. I was concerned about the double score lines on the back of the pill. I have seen the same pill with 1 score line but not two. I guess they are ok though. Thanks again

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gman Says:
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Zepose indian import. White with a X on the back. Got all the right packet info on strip. Just read on the forum that they are 5mg? 10mg on the strips? Plus just read that actavis doesn't make blue 10mg diazepam? Any answers plz

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Wondering Says:

Who manufactures 10mg generic Valium that is scored twice? Thank you, I think two manufacturers make them. I need twice-scored for tapering. Thank you.

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goodbutstillfakes Says:
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Abbot pharma from India do white 10mg diaz with a double score line if that helps you any??

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Simon34j on kik Says:
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Yes they do I was prescribed them in the UK.

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diazeman Says:
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I would be VERY surprised if you were given a prescription for zepose or roche from the uk nhs??

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eurodiaz Says:
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Sorry Simon, I think you answered a small bit in a post above about blue 10mg activis. Yes you do still get them in the uk but mostly it's yellow 5mg they give you now. I.e 2 yellows instead of one blue, dunno if it's anything to do with the amount of look a likes floating about these shores although you do get copies of the 5s, just they seem a little bit rarer?

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Mark Says:
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Actavis does make 10 mg diazepam I'm looking at the empty box I've just taken right now hope that helps

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dumpo Says:
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Yes you do get loads of 10mg actavis and teva but beware of the street copies they are EVERYWHERE bought in thousands at a time and mostly phenazapam

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John M. Says:
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Will you please stop giving misinformation and people I saw the date of your post so you might not care anymore? I'm sure you're still giving horrible information to people? Please just stop it. They don't make the cut Roche Valium any more or the brand anywhere. And that's because they are only made in the United States. Diazepam and most benzodiazepines are the most faked pills all around the world. Any stamp can be put on the pill, it's the ingredients that matter. I'm speaking because I've been a pharmacist for 20 years and have also used these medications through study. A huge majority only 65% of them say Roshe 10 mg on them. Most of you are taking things that are just made up in bathtubs and they put them blister packs if you're lucky but that means nothing. It doesn't make it any more legit. In fact blister packs cost more money than the actual drug. All you people that have those loose packaging Valium with a thousand count, they're mostly fake so please stay safe!

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Elle Says:
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I have heard of Roche before? they should be fine. L.

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jay Says:
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Roche doesn't exist now. Used to be the best yrs ago. I get 28 5mg a week, like 14 blues prescribed. I'm in the UK and my pharmacist says teva and actavis blues or yellows are the best. He reckons that's all they make in the UK, but i came across these s*** ones again that are real from a dr's script. Does anyone in the UK know the name of anymore prescribed ones that are real? I'll get it.

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Ridgerunner007 Says:

Yes, the larger white 10 mg licensed by Roche Holding AG of Basel Switzerland, for many years had Nicholas Piramal of Mumbai, India, with a license to use the Valium name thru at least the year 2012/2013. My understanding, citation needed, is
that Abbott Labs, of North Chicago Illinois, USA, has now a license, to mfg, with a agreement from Roche Holding AG to mfg, and use the Valium name for citizens of India. Abbott Labs is, and has always been a world class pharma firm. Beware of
exports from India, there are over 4 to 5 dozen non FDA approved underground pharmaceutical chemists that mfg, diazepam, for export, within India that do not reach USA FDA standards for Bioequivalence and Bioavailability., but are exported
to the modern industrialized world, via rogue Internet IOP sites, and thru telemarketing sales rooms looking for victims to unload the inferior, and poor quality even sometimes blisterpacked Diazepam, that are not near the quality of either
Piramal, or of Abbott, who both have pharma plants within India.

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Adam Says:
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I will also correct my last post...JOHN THE PHARMACIST. All I wanted to say was that there are plenty of counterfeits around the world period right now. Right now the diazepam is one of the top three. But the top one is Alprazolam which is Xanax. Those are becoming the highest made counterfeits! But it's 2017 now just so you know and it's been like that for 2 years worldwide.

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bluvanman Says:
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I've been taking benzodiazepenes (diazepam, etc) for many years now, so I have come across many fakes variations. By far the most bad ones have been 1mg xanax, but second is Roche 10mg valium. I used to get the blister strips of 10 many years ago that were the a good version for a few years with no problem. But all of a sudden fakes took over. Same packaging /markings etc. Since then I've come across many blisters/loose Roche and not seen anything but bad ones, so I would avoid that brand. Teva,crescent and Actavis are the only ones in UK chemists and always boxed.

There are obviously many foreign available - the white Indian blisters are ok as a last resort, white Ranbaxy boxes of 30, there are a few makes that come in larger quantities, but they are mostly bad. Just make sure you know the unmistakable taste of real diazepam. Bad ones either taste like junk or chalk. All versions of diazepam have the same taste. If anybody reads this and you have not yet gotten a tolerance to diazepam or any benzo, u should leave em alone, cause if u get hooked your f*****!.

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Linda Says:
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Re: dumpo (# 10)

I think my brand is fake. It's like taking s sugar pill!N what to do??

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Tracy Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

Where can these be ordered from. All I can find is the stupid India sites. And they aren’t strong at all.

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Lucas MD Says:

Tracy canzo (# 18) --

Why would you go out of your way to obtain Valium illegally, when you could just visit your doctor to discuss treatment for anxiety?

L

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Tracy Says:
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Re: Lucas MD (# 19)

Hi L. I actually DO go see a dr once a month for my anxiety. But he will not give me more than 30 at a time and they are .5 mg. It’s just not enough. I remember my elderly grandmother getting bottles of clozepam?? Cuz she cldnt sleep. And I ask her for higher dosage every single time. He won’t do it. I get severe panic attacks. My response to you. Is why question my motives unless you’re just trying to be mean. Mind your business. I have my reasons. Period. Lucas.

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