How Can You Tell If Teva + Actavis Diazepam In Blister Boxes Are Legitimate?

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TAT2 Says:
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As above, filled in England and are in same boxes as you get from chemists. TEVA/MA HOLDER + ACTAVIS diazepam BUT HOW CAN YOU TELL IF THEY ARE LEGITIMATE DIAZEPAM OR COPIES WITH NO OR 1-3mgs OF DIAZEPAM IN THEM??? Have you had them too and do you know if they are a good brand please. Cheers.



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DB GLASGOW Says:
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If they don't have a pharmacy sticker which a name on them they are probably counterfeit !

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Dave Says:
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CHEERZ DB IN GLASGOW PAL.I THOUGHT THAT ASWELL. The benzo... Taste and wen you breakup 2-3 in your mouth is same BUT YOU FEEL NO BENEFIT FROM THEM AT ALL. I also wondered were they were coming from, e.g:- England or Europe or elsewhere. Thanks m8. I 99.5% KNEW THEYD BE FAKES BUT THEY COPY EVEN THE BOXES, BLISTER PACKS OF 2 x 14, AND LEAFLETS INSIDE EXACTLY THE SAME WAY. I ALWAYS THINK YOUD BE LUCKY IF A 10mg BLUE EVEN HAD 1-3mg Valium inside the tablets

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Mary Says:

Doctors are now prescribing plecebos to people. Just check the price to see if the price is much cheaper than before when the pills were good. My doctor betrayed me. The mental health interfered with my doctor. The mental health has no business telling my doctor what to do as I have not seen them for almost a year and don't wish to. The mental health system wants me to take meds that are much more dangerous than Valium in side effects. Reallu, all meds are addicting, especially if you've taken them for a while, such as Haldol. People should sue the doctors who betray their patients.

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Horse Says:
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Hi just got some 5mg diazepam there could u tell me if there should be a A at the top then a line then 273 and on back its got a wee smiley face r these fake

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DRCPR15 Says:

I am prescribed 10mg Diazepam BD (morn and nocte). They usually are given direct, boxed and stickered etc to me from obviously my pharmacist. The last 12-16 weekly scripts have been:

. X28 ACTIVAS DIAZEPAM
. THEY CAME IN TWO STRIPS OF X14
. They had 'new driver info printed on front and leaflet inside'
. B4 the last 3-4 months of all diazepam being by 'activas' they came by 'Teva'

* After deciding to investigate (re: business) i am now learning of these so called fakes!
* after sunday on 'xxx' SWIM intends to purchase:
a) 28 5mg activas sealed foil and boxed valium @ £10
b) 28 10mg blue sealed in foil and boxed again @ £20

NOTE:-- upon receipt:
1. SWIM will upload a review
2. SWIM will upload photo of box (5mg's and 10mg's)
3. Also SWIM will upload the tablets
4. FINALLY.... SWIM will note down/show and/or test any differences.

THESE MUST BE FAKE!! HOW ON EARTH CAN PEOPLE SELL THESE ON BLACK MARKET WEBSITES SOOOO SOOOO CHEAP AND MAKE A PROFIT??

---- IF THEY AINT LABELED AND YOU LITERALLY SEE THEM LEAVE THE CHEMIST........ THEY ARE NOT REAL!!! ----

ALSO, A FRIEND TELLS ME, THAT 10MG BLUE LEGIT VALIUM ARE £2.00 EACH, NO MATTER WHAT! - I know not if this is correct?

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Jay jay Says:
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FAKE!!! FAKE!!!! These half moon with a line n 278 or273 Wat Eva the say r fake stay away ur probably getting 2ml of diazepam n the rest made of chalk and many other bulking agencies avoid at all cost

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ollieox Says:

Re: Jay jay (# 6)

The vast majority have been made in India for years now.

They are identical to the real Teva AND I've had them many many times because doctors will not prescibe valium for my severe anxiety!

They are made in their medicine factories that is why they are such good knock-offs. BUT as they are made in factories I personally dont think they are harmful because they are made correctly.

I've been filling my valium rx online for 15 years and never even had any that didn't work let alone that were dangerous.

THE IMPORTANT THING IS TO AVOID LOSE BLUES IF YOU WANT TO BE SAFE.

Lose blues are relatively easy to make and they are making tons of them in the uk now by inexperienced people.

That being said I've seen loads of those too. I've just looked it up, the main reason for the deaths is lots of people mix them with alcohol or opioids.

There are almost 60,000 drug users in Scotland with routine and prolonged use of opioids or benzodiazepines.

The death rate is 20 per 100,000 for valium in scotland.

It is 2,900 per 100,000 for tobacco and 15 per 10,000 for alcohol.

The other important thing is that I only ever take half of a valium at once to avoid getting dependent again. I know people take like 5 or 10 at once. In the unlikely event they are dosed wrong 10 pills will be harmful.

Its a myth that illicit valium have no valium in them...

A recent test.....

Case code Markings Excipients detected Diazepam content (mg per tablet)
Com 1 “C/DC” Lactose, stearic acid 8.79
Com 2 “10” Lactose 8.48
A No markings Stearic acid, [n with combining low line][o with combining low line] lactose 7.32
B “MA/D10” Emcompress, [n with combining low line][o with combining low line] lactose 0 (Phenazepam)
C “MA/D10” Stearic acid, [n with combining low line][o with combining low line] lactose 7.15
D “COX/DC” Lactose (amorphous) 23.24
E “MA/D10” Emcompress, [n with combining low line][o with combining low line] lactose 0 (Phenazepam)
F “MSJ” (small tablet) Lactose 7.58
G “MA/D10” Stearic acid, [n with combining low line][o with combining low line] lactose 6.61
H “COX/DC” Lactose (amorphous) 23.38
I “COX/DC” Lactose (amorphous) 23.11
J “MA/D10” Lactose (amorphous) 0 (Etizolam)
K “MA/D10” Lactose (amorphous) 0 (Etizolam)
L “10” Emcompress, [n with combining low line][o with combining low line] lactose 0 (Phenazepam)
M “MA/D10” Lactose (amorphous) 9.52
N “Tensium” Lactose 9.37
O “MA/D10” Lactose (amorphous) 9.73
P “10” Emcompress, [n with combining low line][o with combining low line] lactose 0 (Phenazepam)


SO DO NOT TAKE WITH ALCOHOL OR OPIATES.

DO NOT BUY LOSE BLUES.

TAKE HALF AT ONCE.

As usual when pharmaceutical drugs harm people it gets in the news whilst the evil drug known as alcohol kills 7,000 people a year and tobacco 70,000.

The other reason people buy foreign valium is that it is almost impossible to get it from a doctor.

I get very intense anxiety to the level I can not function and i cant get valium from the doctor, that is the reason people get them elsewhere.

I've been researching every aspect of psychoactive substances (alcohol is a drug too duh) for 30 years & i'm so sick of the continued sheer ignorance about drugs and how they are a medical problem and not a legal one.

Stay safe.

Follow the advice above and it is very unlikely you will be at risk from BLISTERED valium.

1mg is about the size of a grain of salt so half of a valium even if it was 100% valium shouldn't be a problem, but i doubt any pills ever have been 100% valium.

Information and harm reduction not dramatising it all on news head lines.

If valium was decriminalised in the uk pharmacies wouldn't be worried about importing them from other countries where they are legitimate.

Oh one last thing...........Indian brand made valium in blisters are actually the safest because they aren't knock-offs and the Indian medicine production standards are absolutely fine....I've research all of this in the past.

Ollie.

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