What Is A Plain White Capsule With No Markings

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Dr Jenny Butler MD Says:


This is the new Oxycodone 20mg. It's hard to identify because it is so new. The company is trying this new discreet method of "unmarked" pills in hopes to decrease street use, abuse, and robberies.



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Verwon Says:

Do you have link to any details on where you got this information?

Because, as of this time, U.S. law doesn't allow them to be unmarked, under any circumstances, if they are a manufactured product. The only time they can be unmarked is if they are done by a compounding pharmacy.

Do you know what company it is that is supposed to be doing this?

Canada has even made efforts to prevent theft, fraud and diversion, but they still keep the products marked, they just changed the markings and no longer release such information to the public.

Thus, because of the inherent dangers, I cannot see the U.S. FDA allowing such a thing to ever happen.

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James 1228 Says:

Mexico is doing this just read a huge article on this exact topic


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Shane Says:
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So this whit capsule I have is in fact hydracodone? Are u sure because I don't want to take something that's going to hurt me? The white capsule also has brown powder inside, so is it hydracodone or not!?

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Robbie Says:
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Without markings you can't tell for certain what it is by law looking at it. My gf is in recovery and I found an unmarked white capsule. Turns out it was an Aloe Vera vitamin.
My advice to be on the safe side is to discard of it.

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cathy Says:
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a medium size white capsule with with white powder inside, no markings, is Fioricet.

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