Fake Diazepam Yellows

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Jman Says:
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The yellow with the bracket ) on are definitely real teva make em



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leejack Says:
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Theae are real as i get them prescribed. However I understand that they could easily be copied.

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Paul Mo Says:
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Teva r the best ones imo,they
have a line on one side with 10 on the side,anyone with a brain will know they are fake, but they have diazepam in them



but they do work kk

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Donny Says:
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I have some white diazepam pills witch I bought and have a score line on one side nothing on the other side? But look really well made. They don’t taste of nothing? They just melt in my mouth. But 10 mins later yes my sever anxiety, panic attacks, are gone and I’m a little unsteady on my feet and sometimes slur my words? Is that normal? And do you think it’s a kind of benzo? Coz it feels like it is and iv been taking Valium for about 17 years. Thanks Donny

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