Red Cc Pill

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Ellie Says:


I found little round red pills with cc in black on one side nothing on the other !! Can anyone help me and tell me what they are . I looked everywhere I cant find them anywhere !!



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David Says:

I can't seem to find any definitive information to confirm the ID of this pill, but I noticed someone else said that they may be a blood pressure pill, known as "Adalat CC"; used to control high blood pressure.

Whereabouts did you find this pill?

If anyone else here can post some more information that would be great! Thanks! :)

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Anonymous Says:

I can't really give you an answer but I know exactly what you're talking about. My friend told me to pop 8 of them and I've been fiending for them ever since looking everywhere for them. If I ever find them I'll let you know...

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Anonymous Says:

Try smoking an taking these

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A compassionate one prayed Says:
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You who maybe reading why....why look for high in drugs? You will hurt your loved ones. Your mind possibly and so much time will be wasted.

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