Small Round Yellow Pill Says Vinco On One Side D 5 Other

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jessy davis Says:

What is this? I was told it is generic valium but have not found any reference. Please help.

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Verwon Says:

This is not a Valium tablet, nor any other type of prescription medication.

Products manufactured by Vinco that have their logo on them are all over the counter nutritional supplements. I'm not sure which one this is, because they manufactured many of them and don't include images or marking information on their website.


Is anyone else familiar with this product and what it contains?

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jessy davis Says:

thank you, yes i found that vinco is a nutritional company and i even emailed them asking for their help in identifing the pill, with a picture which I will attach here. Their intial reply was they could not help me without a picture so I sent one and I've never heard back from them. What a great company, what a scam. Yes, I am very curious as to what these pills contain. thanks for any bit of help!!

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Lucytuesday Says:

I got order today of valium made in india, it's a small white pill in blister pack, no markings, ANYONE ever get them, R they diazapam? Please Anyone?They say fr jpee drugs manufactuer.

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Verwon Says:

LucyTuesday, the only thing I can tell you is that the drug manufacturer has a website and they do list Dizy-10 as containing 10mgs of Diazepam, the active ingredient in Valium.

However, they don't have any other information listed, or any images, so I don't know anything beyond that.

Diazepam is a Benzodiazepine, so if that's what they contain, they may cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability.

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Jessy, I will keep looking and post back if I find anything. Could you also post back if you ever hear back from them?

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temi Says:
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Can Vinco-D5 tablets cure convulsions in both babies and adults? What are Vinco-D tablets used for?

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