Hab Pharmacy In India Mfg Pain-o-soma

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Karen Says:
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I filled a prescription for 350 mg Carisoprodol Pain-O-Soma and can't tell if they are for real or not - they are plain white pills with no imprint on one side and a vertical line on the other side. Just want to know if they are pure or cut with aspirin? They came from India in prepackages of 10 each. Are they the real thing or cut with aspirin or something?

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EDDY Says:

I did the India thing once and they were very weak. It cost $120. The other day I picked up a bottle at my local Rite Aid, it was $1.20. Now that Soma is a C4 controlled medicine I'm not sure I would ever order it again as it is a Felony

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Kevin Says:

Greetings Karen,

According to the FDA regulations all controlled medication, such as somas, are required to be identifiable through the imprint, color, size and shape. If the medication you received does not have an imprint that means that your medication is either vitamins, health supplements or foreign medication that is not being regulated by the FDA. This means that currently you do not have a guarantee that the drugs you are taking are legitimate.

With that in mind, you have a few options. You can take your medication to your nearest pharmacy to ensure that the contents of your medication are what you believe them to be. You can contact your doctor and explain the situation and see if they will exchange your medication or write you a new script. Lastly you have the option to assume the risk of taking medication not regulated by the FDA, which I do not suggest doing without verifying their contents.

I hope this information helps.

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EDDY Says:

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You can't really take a 'card' of Indian bought Soma to your local Drug Store to have them "look it up", they will ask you to leave the premises. You can't contact your Doctor about the Soma you illegally ordered overseas as the Doctor will never prescribe controlled medication to you again. You can always take them, lord knows what kind of filth & fillers are in it, HAB Pain-O-Soma is really bad Soma. The O/P's question was are they cut with something, I'd wonder if they are even cut with any Soma? Say No to Indian Internet Soma and all Internet medicine

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BamaBlue Says:
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Re: EDDY (# 3)

Eddy, you act like you're a complete pro at knowing all about Pain-O-Soma, in which I think that it's actually that some Indian supplier burnt you bad on an order. I've seen your comments in about every title on this forum concerning Pain-O-Soma. I've been ordering them for over 7 years now, and even though they maybe a tad under-dosed, they're for sure Carisoprodol (Soma)..

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