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ashley Says:
what is caladapin?

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Verwon Says:
Sorry, I cannot find any information on this med anywhere, are you sure it is a prescription medication? If so, it might be something foreign, they are not regulated like the ones available in the US.

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dangerousd Says:
info on caladipin please

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Mercedes Says:
Caladopin is the generic for Klonopin.

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fordracing Says:
coladas are just like xanex

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Roy Says:
The corrected spelling of the medication which you are referring to is Clonazepam which is generic for Klonopin. Simply follow the links to read more about these medications...

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