Gpi 20 Pink Heart

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Ryan Says:

I found these in my sons cabinet juat wondering what my boy is taking please tell me what he would be uaing this for

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Verwon Says:

GPI is the logo for Gemini Pharmaceuticals, they manufacture a very large number of over the counter products.

Since they are OTC items, they are not listed in our prescription drug databases, so I can't be 100% certain of its identification.

However, from some sales listings I have found, it is said to contain Caffeine, as a stimulant to help with alertness.


Does anyone else know for sure what this contains?

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