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two shades of green on capsule - J2 on each side



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Crystal Says:

I found an exact match it's dark green on one side light green on the other and has J2 on it. It's Cefalexin 500 mg. Cefalexin is used to treat urinary tract infections, respiratory tract infections (including sinusitis, otitis media, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, pneumonia, and bronchitis), and skin and soft tissue infections.

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shelly Says:

Thank you!

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