Generic Klonopin Images

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Michelle Says:


a round peach/orange pill with a score through the middle then a 1 perfectly centered in the top half of the pill (or above the score) and a 2 perfectly centered on the lower half. Back of pill is blank. No other identifying images.



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Verwon Says:

I don't have an image to post for you, due to copyright reasons.

But yes, there is a 0.5mg Clonazepam tablet that's listed in the databases that matches this description.

This is a Benzodiazepine and may be habit forming, so it's very important that you not take it, if it hasn't been prescribed for you.

Where did you find it?

Learn more Clonazepam details here.


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Michelle Says:

Thank you for the information.

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c m Says:
via mobile

Klon 0.5 tablet use kese kiya jata h

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zaborav Says:

So what is the tablet, country of origin, and manufacturer then, Verwon? Surely we deserve that information? I am unable to find any such thing despite having a huge database of medications from all over the world and access to the full 2-volume Martindale's, and clonazepam is normally made only in 500mcg and 2mg tablets, except for two or three countries where 1mg tablets are made and marketed.
Peach-coloured clonazepam is generally of 500mcg strength (0.5mg). The 1mg tablets I have seen, Tranquinal by Bago, Argentina, are white.

Roche brand name Rivotril are: 500mcg peach, 2mg white, both cross-scored on reverse with obverse reading 'ROCHE •2•' and 'ROCHE 0.5'. (The dots before and after the '2' are to distinguish the 2mg clonazepam from the company's VALIUM diazepam 2mg, which do not have dots.)


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