Valium D 10 Turning From White To Yellow When Wet

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Anne Says:
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Hi i have some valium tablets (D 10) that are pale white but they turn yellow as soon as they get wet. Can't find any answers anywhere. Can anyone help?

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james Says:

I have had this happen too with the white d10. As soom as saliva got on them they turned yellow. I don't know if it's rumours or not but they are supposedly getting mixed with suboxone. But suboxone is white and only tastes of lemon. If you don't mind where are you from? Just wondering so I can compare my batch to yours.

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Anne Says:
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I'm from Scotland, the west coast. Where are you from?

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Stulcc Says:
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SWIM has some thin white Indian diazapan, marked with d|10 on one side and blank on the other, when they get wet they turn yellow, SWIM is from the Glasgow region, are these fake?

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Allan john Says:
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White D10s with a score line on the other side. Are they diazepam?

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David Says:

Are all of you guys getting your valium (diazepam) filled at a licensed pharmacy? If so, I think that would likely determine if these are indeed legitimate...

On the other hand, if these pills are all coming from India, I think there's good reason to be suspicious. Web-based pharmacies are in no way obligated to abide by good customer service or lawful business practices, since they are already breaking the law. They could very well contain anything from A to Z, whereas a lab analysis would probably be your best bet for verification.

According to where everyone is located (i.e. Scotland / Glasgow) this yellow phenomenon may just be a UK thing, as I have not read about this happening to anyone here in the US. I suspect they could be counterfeit. Has anyone here taken it yet?

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