Round White Pills With Az 266

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my son bought a body builder pill, but were different from other peoples he took for awhile. It is white with the number az 266. was suppose to be nitric oxide. the brand name was six star muscle builder. worried it harmed body. nobody can give answers not even the manufacter. thanks sincerly linda



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Crystal Says:

AZ 266 is Carisoprodol 350 mg, which is a centrally-acting skeletal muscle relaxant whose active metabolite is meprobamate. Although several case reports have shown that carisoprodol has abuse potential both by itself and as a potentiator of hydrocodone, dihydrocodeine, codeine and similar drugs, it continues to be widely prescribed in North America.

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carolyn knutson Says:

I found the white pill az 266 had spilled to the bottom of my VITAMIN BAG. It must be a vitamin of some sort.Or maybe a brand of aspirin? I don't use any prescriptions so it must be either a vitamin or an aspirin. But I, too, am curious as to what it is. That's obviously what led me to this site.

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Maya Says:

I keep getting different answers for this pill. I too found a pill, most likely my mother's, that has AZ 266 on it, and it's round and white, but no pill checkers can identify it. It's smaller than a usual 350mg Carisoprodol which has a pill with the imprint A over 266, but once again the one I have is imprinted with AZ 266 on one side and blank on the other.

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