Diazepam By Crescent Pharma

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christy Says:
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Are the 5 mg A 273 diazepam tablets a good brand? I also want to know if these even work?



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Rach90 Says:
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Hello guys. I've gotten a prescription of crescent diazepam 5mg with box, Braille and leaflet. I know there are tons of bad actavis 10's out there so thought I would request these yellow ones instead. They have A 273 on one side and a half moon on the other. Just wondering if anyone has heard of them in Uk? Ty

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Lolo Says:
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Were they fake 5 mg. Crescent diazapan in wider foil strips

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David Says:

Because we all react/respond differently, the only honest way to know how you'll feel relative to other brands is to try it for yourself and be your own best judge based on prior experiences.

What works well for some people may not be good at all for others...

But if you find a certain manufacturer's brand or generic that does fit the bill, I'd recommend asking your doctor to specify that on the prescription itself, so that pharmacists don't just give you whatever they have on the shelf at any given moment.

Hope this helps!

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Ronton Says:
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Re: Lolo (# 2)

Crescent are 100% legit I get them from Lloyds aswell as teva and activists I get 2mgs and 5mgs they chop and change brands every other week thay all have diazepam active ingredients it's all just in people's minds it does not matter on the manufacturer's as for the so called half moon marking its a c for crescent you only get fakes if bought on the black market hope this helps I've been taken diazepam for 27 years so I know what I'm talking about

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aldo Says:

Re: Ronton (# 4)

27 years is a longtime yeah there real my doctor prescribes me 5 mg daily there mushy tho when swallowed but just in the mind all 5 mg diazepam are 5 mg regardless of brand its all in the mind

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Maria Says:
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Hi I have just received 10mg blue crescent pharma diazepam blue in colour A 273 on one side little half moon on other are these ok guys???..thanks..

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Maria Says:
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My crescent pharma were fine. I'd recommend them and trust crescent pharma products.

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Jim pollock Says:
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Re: Rach90 (# 1)

I get them at my local oharmacy every 2weeks.i think theyre a good brand but there are MUCH better ones out there.Me personally if i can get roche id have them,RIMA seem to have disappeared entirely fml(they were THE best)u remember them?Hope ur ok xx

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Davoe Says:
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Is it safe to take 1 valium a day (2mg for 2 months) after a car accident? I don't want to get addicted. Thanks.

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