Hexagon Orange Pill With N8 One Side And An M Inside A Box

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Barry Says:
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Wondering what kind of pill this is? It has an M inside a box on one side and N8 on the other side. It's also orange and hexagon-shaped.



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Kevin Says:

Hello Barry,

I hope you are doing well.

I have found some information on your pill. The imprint of the M inside of a box is the mark of the company Mallinckrodt.

I was able to find the manufacturers website and fortunately they have pictures of all of their generic medicines. The only pill that matches your description is an orange, hexagonal (6 sided) tablet with imprint 8N M, indicating Buprenorphine and Naloxone Sublingual Tablets. It looks like the marking is actually 8N, easily read upside down as N8. (NDC 0406-8020).

Inactive Ingredients:

- Acesulfame Potassium
- Anhydrous Citric Acid
- FD&C Yellow No. 6
- Anhydrous Lactose
- Lactose Monohydrate
- Magnesium Stearate
- Mannitol
- Povidone, Unspecified
- Sodium Citrate, Unspecified Form
- Starch, Corn
- Aluminum Oxide

According to DailyMed, this medicine contains the active ingredients Buprenorphine (8mg) and Naloxone (2mg). The drug is used to treat opiate dependency.

And here is a photo I'm referring to, which if you look near the bottom center of the box, it shows a little picture of the tablet:

https:/­/­dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/­dailymed/­image.cfm?type=img&name=buprenorphine-hydrochloride-and-naloxone-hydrochlo-5.jpg&setid=62abde41-46cb-4e90-a798-23d6531bf9aa

I hope this information helps.

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Warddaddy Says:
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Has anyone seen a suboxone that's got six sides and n8 like the old ones but on the other side is imprinted a square with a M in the middle? I've looked it up but am not finding anything.

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Yeahson Says:
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Re: Warddaddy (# 2)

As you know by now I’m sure.. it’s bupe and Naloxone. First time I’ve seen these is today, thought I’ve seen all the generics

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Marie Says:
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Re: Yeahson (# 3)

Where are these available at? I keep hearing about them. I was switched off my Amneal and am looking for a different kind I can adjust to since it looks like our pharmacies will no longer be getting Amneal. I am curious to try the ones you guys are talking about

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Nickles35 Says:
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Any body? Dying to know more about these ones you guys are talking about! Lol

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Ladybug Says:
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Re: Yeahson (# 3)

I just got some of these today & was curious if you got yours from the pharmacy? I'm just trying to make sure these are real.

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Sis Says:
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It's a Suboxne 8 Mg.& its for opiate withdraw it's Orange & octagon with the M on one side & N8 on the other side it's a Suboxne 8 Mg.

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Sis Says:
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Suboxne 8Mg. It's for opiate withdrawals Orange with 6 side's with the M on one side & N8 on the other side it's a Suboxne

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MrHyde Says:
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Hey Barry this pill is NOT Suboxone! I ran into some of them myself and they were presented to me as MDMA. I'm not sure about this either. I took one days ago and still don't feel right. I've had violent bouts of vomiting and all I want to do is sleep. I will not be taking again.

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Roy Says:

Re: MrHyde (# 9)

Actually, Kevin's ID (# 1) is likely correct. If you were taking this expecting it to be MDMA, then of course you'd be getting sick. This drug contains a powerful narcotic ingredient and is NOTHING like MDMA. So based on your seeming illicit drug use and the possibility of getting counterfeit tablets, I'm sorry to say that you are mistaken!

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