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Darbi Rogers Says:

I found these pills and wonder what they are. Three come in a clear tube with a purple plastic top. They are purple and pink capsules with the st-3 in white print on the purple half of the capsule. xplc in white on the pink side of the capsule. Are they diet pills?

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Verwon Says:

This is an over the counter item for energy and weight loss called Stacker 3.

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Tiffany Says:

that pill is stacker 3.
it it a diet pill and it makes u hyper as heck just dont take to many or u will o crazyy its fun to take thought

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