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adams 1200 BLUE AND WHITE PILL

Large blue and white pill, blue on one side with word Adams, white on the other side with number 1200 ## Located a match it's Humibid (active ingredient guaifenesin) 1200 mg, which is in the treatment of coughing, but the drug has numerous other uses, including medical, veterinary, and personal. To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## I found a blue and white large pill adam on blue side and 1200 on the white side. What is this pill used for? ## Located a match for your pill with ADAMS on one side and 1200 on the other side, it's Humibid (active ingredient guaifenesin) 1200 mg, which is in the treatment of coughing, but the drug has numerous other uses, including medical, veterinary, and person...

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1200 adams

it is blue/white capsule shaped and has adam's on one side and 1200 on the other. ## it is blue/white capsule shaped and has adam's on one side and 1200 on the other. ## This tablet is called Humibid, it contains 1200mgs of Guaifenesin, which is used as a cold remedy for decongestion. ## Is there a Adams 1200 in all white ? ## I am not finding a listing for it right now, but since these are over the counter drugs, they do not have to have unique imprints like prescriptions do and many companies do use their markings on more than on tablet. ## Ok i thought the ones i had were all white as well when in my living room but looked in a different light right on them n the Adams side is a very pale yellow so take a closer look :) js

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Entex pse - RC SPE or Ibuprofen800?

I have a white tablet. It may be an out of date entexpse, humibid la, sulfatrim800,or ibuprofen 800mg. Imprint in only on one side: RC SPE with a line in center. It is large and white, oblong in shape. I need to find out, I see that other people can't find it either - that is why I think it is something expired. ## It doesn't necessarily mean that it is expired, it could mean that it is something available over the counter and those aren't required to have their imprints logged with the FDA. Since I haven't been able to find any listings for this, I have to make the guess that it is probably something that's available over the counter. Does anyone recognize this tablet?

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KGR 100 ???

oblongish blue tab with initials CP on back--no idea what this is ## Not sure if this is what you have - but I know of an oblongh bluish tablet with C | P on one side, and 200 on the other - that is Humibid. Sound familiar at all? A picture of Humibid can be viewed here. Hope this helps

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