Large Oval Pill Light Green With Score Line On One Side White With 254 On The Other

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Rackleff Says:


Could someone please identify this pill? Large oval pill light green with score line on one side white with 254 on the other.



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Margaret Robinson Says:

I believe this is an OTC generic version of the muscle relaxer Robaxacet.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Rackleff! How are you?

I haven't been able to find a listing for this in any of the databases that I've checked, which makes me suspect that it's most likely an over the counter product of some type.

It could be an over the counter Robaxacet as Margaret stated. (Thank you, Margaret!) But I can't confirm that, since it is an over the counter product. It is available in Canada, not the U.S. and contains Acetaminophen with the muscle relaxant Methocarbamol.

Learn more Acetaminophen details here.

Learn more Methocarbamol details here.

Can anyone confirm this?

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PHILTHY Says:
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ALG 254 264? can't tell looks more blue than green score on reverse what have I got here can't feel much two in five hours on top of Vicodin 7.5 /300 (2) this morning HELP HERE ? !!! PLEASE

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jasmine Says:

You are right. I am from Canada and that is the capsule.

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Christina Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 2)

I can confirm it's otc in Canada but prescription in the US. Methocarbamol 400mgl & acetaminophen 325mg. Just came back from niagra falls & my sciatica was messing up. The pharmacist there suggested i buy this.

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