White D10 Valium Are They Fake

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Elaine Says:
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Said to be from a chemist in a bottle this person gets them regularly and has had white ones before, she hasn't had them in ages and today she came back with the white D10s. Are these real?



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Scoob Says:
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They're too soft to be real. They have the sweet taste but no chemical diazepam-like taste. It could be something else. In my opinion they are fake.

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Amaan Says:

I have some blue pills and are supposedly diazepam (valium). They have d/10 on one side and the other side it is completely blank. I dabbed my tongue on it and it turned the pale blue into a very dark blue. Suspected to have Etizolam in them instead but need verification.

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Jok3r Says:

Re: Amaan (# 2)

I have the same not sure if real came in a usp tub

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Charles Says:
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I have been given what is ment to be valium white d 10 on one side and nothing on the other . Are they safe to take or are they real

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michael r Says:
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Re: Charles (# 4)

Yo, there are legit ones. I get mine in ireland. White d10s and white d5s made by teva. They're cheaper to make because the blue dye is not in them. That's what the chemist was telling me.

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Ronster Says:
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I've been getting white Valium around Glasgow recently with 10 on one side and blank on other. Looks like the exact same press as the www d10’s and they seem pretty similar. I think they are Etizolam. Has anyone tried these? Any info would be appreciated as I suffer from anxiety and in Scotland diazepam is a no no, so I just want to be safe.

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michael Says:
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Re: Jok3r (# 3)

Well mine that come straight from the chemist are loose in the bottle. They're not in blister packs. As I was saying the whites are generic brand from teva pharmaceutical. Isn't it cheaper to keep the blue and yellow dyes out?



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RONSTER Says:
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Re: michael (# 7)

Hey michael, the ones that are circulating in my area have 10, not d10 like the www ones. They're not diazepam however, quite similar though. But slight euphoric effect whereas diazepam gives u that down depressed feeling. I believe they may be etizolam after reading up. The white ones were introduced as "Indian whites" where I am. And etizolam is prescribed for anxiety in India.

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Grago Says:
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What is in the white street valium with ww on one side, that are obviously fake?

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Ronster Says:
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Re: Grago (# 9)

I think it’s etizolam, a drug that’s similar to diazepam and is prescribed in India for anxiety. They were introduced as “Indian whites” where I am and done a bit of reading up and that’s my thoughts. Reason being, diazepam has no euphoric effect at all whereas, www d10’s have a similar effect to diazepam however there’s a slight euphoric effect and the ww’s are much sweeter in taste.

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Grago Says:
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Re: Ronster (# 10)

That's what I thought, Thanx, I just now need to no what dosage is in these street valium, as 1mg of etozolam is the equivalent to 10mg,of diazipan? So that it can be tailored off slowly as there are problems with these people dropping like flies in Scotland!!!

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Grago Says:
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Re: Ronster (# 6)

No not safe, yes there is etozolam in them which is a strong barb, if you're taking it don't drink on them, or touch strong opioids, just watch what you're doing. Don't get a habit with them as they're bad to come off, (re: seizures, etc) if u haven't tailored yourself down. I think 1mg of etozolam is the same as 6 normal blue versions from the chemist, but we don't know how much is in the whites. Just be careful and you will be OK but don't form a habit and if u do, tailor down till you can safely come off. Take care my friend.

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Ronster Says:
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Re: Grago (# 11)

How do grago my friend? I think it has been established they are etizolam as I see police seized £400,000 worth of pills in paisley thought to be etizolam I read the other day. The www ones were stronger i thought compared to the ones around now (which is a good thing) but yeah your totally right to be careful with them because, although they're not a benzo they have the same effect and we all know a benzo with euphoric effects create bad withdrawal effects. I just know that from reading up as after all, I would put them somewhere in between diazepam and temazepam and I have heard temazepam withdrawal is awful! But to be honest I'm not sure there is much etiz in each pill. I think they are pretty weak as I don't have much tolerance to benzo as I don't take them much. Sorry I'm rambling on now haha but just one last thing... It may have been 400,000 pills not £'s, don't quote me on that bud.

R :))

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Ronster Says:
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Re: Grago (# 12)

And I do apologize, don't think I thanked you for your info. I appreciate it bud.

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michael Says:
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Actavis Diazepam Package Leaflet For Patients:

hpra.ie/img/uploaded/swedocuments/pil-2175467-1.pdf

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Grago Says:
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Re: Scoob (# 1)

I think those are the ones with etizolam in them possibly so be careful if taking these as I had a habit with them and it was horrible /terrible the worst ever too come off these, I will never go near them again unless a doctor was to prescribe me barb, but I don't think I would even take them off doc after the 2/3 week ordeal I went through coming off etizolam, blackouts, constant shakes,, seizures I got the lot, so be careful my friend and good luck.

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Grago Says:
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Re: Ronster (# 13)

Ramble all u like mate, yes everything u have said is spot on, and to anyone reading ure input will be of good help to someone with a problem with the street valium, tailor down as u said if u have a problem, down to one in morning and one at night to just one at night then take the leap from there, thanks for the discussion, always useful to people who have just started taking them and maybe getting out of control with them....

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Grago Says:
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Re: RONSTER (# 8)

Michael everything which has been explained there is correct and I fully back it up as same research I put in gave me the same results, be careful and stay safe.

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Grago Says:
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Re: Amaan (# 2)

If they taste sweet then probably etizolam but the blue ones if fake watch out as they are the dangerous ones in Scotland, die running out them to sounds bad TBH I wouldn't take them and throw them away, get a kit from chemist maybe to find out for others safety? Good luck and stay safe, people on here could be diceing with death, I'm not trying to scare anyone, but don't take the blue ones, unless u know what's in them as we have managed to find out what's in all white ones around, take care!!!

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Ronster Says:
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Re: Grago (# 19)

Definitely sir, they're more or less impossible to get on streets in Britain and it's Britain that are "I think legally obliged to pills for identification". But I always try 1 under the tongue for taste and the way they dissolve. I tried one of the blues and straight away knew it was a dud. Mouth goes blue and tasted chalky and crumbled rather than dissolving like diazepam and etizolam. Sounds like u know your stuff grago. Cheers for the input buddy :) take care.

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