Blue Valium Diazepam With C Dc On One Side And Blank On The Other

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louise Says:


They have a slight greenish tinge to them and are supposed to be 10mgs, they were in a bottle, not a foil strip.



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steve o Says:
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I had these in my cabinet. Looked the part but after taking them I'm thinking they may have zoplicone in them, as u can't get rid of the metallic taste all day. I did get some relief from them but not too much.

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Jackie Says:

All these meds are from India now. They don't work. I had Teva but now pharmacies don't use them. Cheap and crumble! Call your congressman!

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Chris Says:
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They are still used in chemists. I don't know who told you that but they definitely are.

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kei Says:

They r a load of white and them markings are made by activist, they taste an gin n do nothing but crumble. Always get the strips. Even then there's a lot of snides if u know or benzos you only need to taste 1 and dc-c blue with a straight line, not on a slant, are activist '14in strip.

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Miss Judy Says:
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I have digipam also says diazepam ip 10 mgs. They are chalky white with bar on one side . Are they real? I hav never seen or heard the name before. Too scared to take them. Definitely from india. Please help


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Diaz Says:
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Totally agree with you. They do taste like zopiclone.

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Diaz Says:
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My batch of diazepam tastes like metal. Still work but doesn't have a Valium taste. They still give me the diazipam relief but I'm not sure if they are a different drug. Don't know if I shoud still take them or not?

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