N T Z 10mg Tablet Blue Valium

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Dainty Glass Says:
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Hi, I have a round bright blue tablet with ntz 1.0 on one side and blank on the other. I've been told they're valium. Could you tell me anything about them? Cheers

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sandra Says:

Could u tell me if they're valium, ntz.1.0?

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BL Says:

sandra, it is Not made by a pharmaceutical company that sells in the U.S. Frankly, it may not be made by a pharmaceutical company at all, just not sure. There is no way of knowing what it contains or how it might affect you.

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sandra Says:

Thanks for the information.

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Ppp Says:
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Ntz are xanax or tranax another name de 1 is for 1mg

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BL Says:

Ppp, they aren't approved by the FDA for sale in the U.S. So there is no way of knowing for sure what they contain or how much.

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Verwon Says:

These aren't available in the U.S., as BL has stated.

However, from various resources, where I've found identifications for this tablet listed, it is said to contain 1mg Nitrazepam. I have no way to verify this, though.

Nitrazepam is a benzodiazepine that is used to treat anxiety, nervous disorders and some severe cases of insomnia. It caries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability.

Can anyone confirm this identification?

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Ppp Says:
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My friend put 1 into a drug panel kit and the main ingredient alprazolam was positively identified. It's not to say some aren't duds.

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kenny Says:

These are etizolam - they're a benzodiazepine and very strong. They're legal in egypt but not sold over here as prescription meds. They're very good pills though, just like valium, but they are sold as research chemicals. Hope this helps.

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