Norco 10-325 Mg Brand Only

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evadoris24 Says:


Norco 539 which pharmacy drug that sells this brand. No generic please. Address Huntington Beach, California.



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Verwon Says:

Have you tried asking at your local pharmacies to see if they can order it in for you?

Some can order it, they just don't always keep it in stock, since it isn't used as frequently as the generic.

You should be aware, however, that you will be required to pay whatever the relevant price is for the number of tablets you need to purchase to fill your prescription.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Norco/­


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IHateFacistAgendas Says:

Guess what guys, you won't find one. Welcome to Fascist America. Nixon's jackboots on the ground, known as the lying 'DEA', has made it near impossible for your pharmacy to get the Norco it needs to fill prescriptions. They are only allowed a small disbursement each month. When that is filled, they cannot get more or order more for another month. All you can do is leave your prescription and hope for the best. It may or may not get filled at all. This comes from many anonymous discussions with real live pharmacists about the problem. Norco and related medications designed to be painkillers prescribed by a doctor have now been re-classified as being on par with H and other 'war on drugs' substances. Now that the 'DEA' controls it as the new imaginary hobgoblin, good luck trying to legally get it. What everyone needs to do is create a gigantic unified stink right now with your state, congressmen, and senators, before it gains momentum. Otherwise, with marijuana legalization looming in the near future, 'pain killers' and 'opiates' will be the new 'war on drugs' goldmine for the 'DEA' to steal property, steal money, lifetime incarcerate children and murder in an 'effort' to 'save kids'. It's a really bad joke and it's on us. By the way, is tobacco still addictive and abused? Just a thought.

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