Martin Dow Limited 10mg Diazepam

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Ollie Says:
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I have recently received a new diazepam tablet to me, called Martin Dow limited 10mg. They come in strips of 10 per blister and are blue hard tablets with a score line on one side and the other side has 10 imprinted in it.

I recently submitted some to wedinos to get them tested and they came back containing only diazepam, you can see the wedinos website reference number W010443 for the submission I made.

Does anybody else have experience of these? The blisters are printed in blue stating Valium (diazepam) and from what I have read they are allowed to use the word Valium as they have licence from Roche who first developed them.

Any further information would be great!



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C Says:
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Which pharmacy did you use to fill your prescription?

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Ollie Says:
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They came from OSP; it's UKSP that I won't be using again.

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