Identify Pill With Picture

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purple/gray capsule, marked ST-3EF on purple side


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Verwon Says:

This is an over the counter supplement sold for energy and weight loss called Stacker 3, the EF stands for Ephedra Free.

It contains: Kola Nut (seeds)(4mg caffeine group alkaloids) cactus extract 12:1 (whole plant), white willow bark, grapefruit extract (fruit), chitosan (shellfish) 225mg
Caffeine(anhydrous) 250mg
Tri-Guarcinia3 Complex
green tea (leaves)(<1mg caffeine group alkaloids), guarana (seeds), garcinia (fruit)

Was there anything else I could help you with?

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CCFNC Says:

Thank you so much for your information, it was TREMENDOUSLY helpful!!!!

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Edward reha Says:

small white R 1on one side,janssen on the other ,oblong

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