Blue Diazepam D 10 Ww And What Strengh Are They

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trickster Says:


where are the tablets from and what are they?



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Pete Says:
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Anyone help with this please? I have been getting d 10 / WAW or WW on the other. M & a pharma have stopped making these two years ago. So unless people have real ones from way back then they are 100% clones/fakes. They do work and are well made but does anyone please know what the actual strength is? Going by real uk activas or the other real ones (can't remember brand) I'm guessing around these are around 2-3mg obviously not 10mg. Is the rest made up of filler or could it be anything? Is the 2-3mg actually diazipam or somthing similar?

Anyone who knows anything would be much appreciated..

Thank you very much


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Fubar Says:
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I also was trying to find out how well they work. I just took my dose and calmed right down but every batch will be different.

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Kevin Says:

Hello Trickster,

It seems that the pills you are describing were manufactured by M&A Pharma but they stopped production of these exact ones quite some time ago. If you are unaware of the strength of the pills I would suggest you take them back to the pharmacy that filled your prescription and ask them to provide you with the information on this medication. The pharmacy that you got them from should be able to identify them as they don't typically clean their databases of old medication for quite some time.

Good luck and let us know if you find out the strength of the medication.

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