Zopiclone 10mg
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concernedgal Says:


I have just received from Pharmastores zopiclone (10mg) which is blue, oval with one score on one side and what looks like the egyptian eye as a marking. I'm concerned. I notice that this has been mentioned by folk in the past and someone has said they may be from Eva Pharm, Egypt. Has anyone taken them. I'm nervous and would really, really appreciate some advice.



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Fred Says:

Re: inca (# 3)

Zopiclone does come in tens. The blue ones are called Indian blues.

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inca Says:

zopiclone tablets come in in 3.5mg and 7.5 mg, pretty sure it doesn't come in 10mgs

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Re: Lillybet (# 1)

Iv taken them, there the real deal so don't worry and I promise the have the metallic taste and everything

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Lillybet Says:

I have just received the same tabs as you described which are blue,oval with one score on one side and an egyptian eye on the other side. Did you use these tablets and did they work as I am a little bit unsure about them!

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