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Contacted by local sheriff to help ID the medication.

found on a dead body.

white capsule with beige stripe on parting seam.


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G651: white capsule, beige band aorund mddle, black imprint G651:
This may well be Rite Aid brand Natural Psyllium Fiber Laxative Plus Calcium.
If so, the only directly lethal effect apparent--according to label-- might be from Choking: Taking this product without adequate amount of liquid may cause it to swell and block your throat or esophagus and may cause choking. It can also cause allergic reactions in some, and may interfere with how some other meds work, especially if taken less than 2 horus before or after time of those meds--again according to the label.

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