Diazepam 10mg Look Like

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mick Says:

white mark 10 blister pack says zepose

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mick! How are you?

Since this is a foreign medication, I can't tell you what they look like, foreign products are not logged with the U.S. FDA.

However, I can tell you that Zepose is listed as containing Diazepam, which is a benzodiazepine that's most commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders. This medication carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability.

Does anyone know more about these?

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Onlygoodexpwithzepose Says:
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The zepose are getting copied more often these days but hopefully yours are good to go as teva ect are counterfeited much more comonly here in the uk anyway.
But I've personally only had good experience of zepose with good prices also...

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Elvisdiaz Says:
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Anyone tried the elvis diaz?

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Ripped off Says:
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Be wary of these companies. I mail-ordered a diazepam prescription and received Zepose-10 made by an Indian company called Cepla. As if that wasn't bad enough they are fakes with no active ingredients in them. White tablets in blister packs of 10, no boxes. DO NOT USE UK SLEEPING TABLETS, THEY ARE THIEVES SELLING RUBBISH

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rebecca Says:
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I've just received zepose 10. They are white and have no markings on them except a score line. Some tablets face a different way in the strip, they crumble and taste horrible. I'm worried they are fakes. Please advise somebody.

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Ripped off Says:
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Hi Rebecca I received the same tablets as you. Zepose 10, I've posted already about these. Mine were also crumbly and tasted horrible. I'm sure mine are fakes, they have no effect no matter how many you take. Some people seem to have had these delivered and find they aren't fake but do have active ingredients in them. Not the case for me, I posted earlier I used UK sleeping pills who promised no generics so I expected to receive blue brand name Diazepam. No amount of complaining helped, they wouldn't reimburse or exchange but admitted by email that they do use generics. All I can do is warn others not to use this company, they use false advertising and rip you off with fakes.

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Poppy Says:
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I have also received plain white tablets with no box or markings. Are these fake?

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Zak Says:

Re: Ripped off (# 4)

I recently had some Bensedin and 5 didn't touch me. Plus they taste like s***. Defo not diazepam. I'm so gutted. I have bpd and other issues. I need them to get me through the day. In the past they have been great (teva, actavis & the big blue ones, all which I found OK too), but these are a joke! I have a relative that works in a laboratory and I'm gonna get her to test one of them, to find out exactly what's in them! I guarantee it won't be good!

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