Round Orange Pill, "no | Vo" On One Side And "0.2" On The Other

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Psychedelicious Says:

It's round. It's a slightly dull shade of orange, closer to orange than peach if you ask me and far from red/beige/yellow so yeah, it's orange. It's got what I think you'd call slightly beveled edges. One side says 0.2 and the other side has a vertical line down the middle, to the left of which it says "no" and to the right it says "vo" so it looks like ( no | vo ) and I suspect that it's something prescribed for anxiety but it could be anything.

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Psychedelicious Says:

Don't let the topic fool you, the "no" and "vo" are all lower case. The N and V were automatically capitalized in the topic. The side with lettering says "no" on one side of the line and "vo" on the other side, all lower case. The flip side has a large 0.2 and no line or any other marking.

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Verwon Says:

No problem, I am used to the way things post on our site.

I'm not 100% certain, but from the markings and description, I suspect that this tablet contains 0.2mgs of Clonidine, which is used to treat many medical conditions, such as high blood pressure, anxiety and etc.

Novo has a tablet which is described as being very similar to this, but I haven't been able to find an image to completely match it up.


Is anyone else familiar with this tablet?

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aj2004 Says:

This is confirmed. I have not a source, other than it was prescribed to myself for elevated blood pressure and to a lesser extent, anxiety. Round, squared-off (flat cylinder-type shape, like a Tylenol) orange/peach colour, "0.2" on smooth face, lower-case "no | vo" flip-side. Clonidine 0.2mg

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matt Says:

hi I got prescribed them for coming off methadone for restless legs and help sleep anxiety basically.they help a lot and are good for anxiety

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