Zopiclone White Tablet Bl

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benny Says:


I have taken zopiclone many times before and they're usually oval white with a z, but I got some recently that are white and round with a BL on it and would like to know if they are a good manufacturer?



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claire Says:
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I got some from my pharmacy today never had these b4.

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addictedtolong Says:

I got some of the white round (zopiclone) with the BL, I have don't have any history on them, and to night will be taking my second dose of two pills they put me to sleep, I still had that metallic after taste the next morning. I get them filled at my pharmacy and have never had bad experience.

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cruzer Says:

Same as Benny, anyone had zopiclone white with BL on them? are they a good brand?

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Ihopkc Says:

I had to make enquires about small white tablets the had BL on one side and nothing on the other some time ago and was told they were Zopiclone 7.5mg as that's the strength I get.
They certainly are Zopiclone or zimervane or immovable as they are sometimes called. Bless you X


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Qazwsx12 Says:
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Got some round zopiclone m with bl on them off a friend just making sure there from the pharmacy

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Alana Says:
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My very good friend just passed as a result of takin these pills his father is also a great friend as is his brother who’s was also his best friend he had a great load of friends who r all devastated when my friend passed heaven stole an angel from us far too soon pls take extreme care if taking these pills as they r very dangerous take ma advice and dont use these pills

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