Phenobarbital Tablet Pictures

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Stan skier Says:


Phenobarbital in various strengths



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Verwon Says:

Not only are there copyright issues, but this is a generic medication, which means that it's manufactured by several different companies and each tablet will have different markings to enable them to be identified in case of emergency.

Thus, just going in to the pill identifier and taking a quick glance, there are 4 pages of pills, so I can't even post a description and the markings from all of them on here for you.

Learn more Phenobarbital details here.

If you have a particular pull that you would like identified, please post back with the description of it and the markings on it and I'll gladly look it up for you.

Can you post back with more specific details?

Thanks!

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Stan skier Says:

Thank you for responding.

At one time I had a site that would give me the pill markings and strengths and all the manufacturers. For some reason I can't find it again...I think the site was WebMD.


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