Identifying Z Drugs (zimovane)

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Rob Says:


HI, I used to be prescribed Zimovane by my doctor up to a couple of months ago. Today I found a tablet in my bedside drawer which I believe is a zimovane. It is a oblong white tablet with a score down the middle so it can be halved. Their is no narking on the back of the pill though to indicate what it is. I would like to know if this fits the description of a Zimovane?



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David Says:

Hi Rob,

Based on the description provided I can verify that this is in fact a Zimovane tablet; the active ingredient being Zopiclone.

This pill is noted to be manufactured in France. If you run a search on google images for "Zimovane white pill", you should come across a photo of it fairly easily.

Did you have any other questions or comments regarding this drug? Please post back if you do.

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