Teal-green And White Capsule No Markings Brown Powder Inside

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neal Says:


I'm trying to find out what these pills are. There are no numbers or markings on the capsule



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Neal! How are you?

I'm sorry, but without any markings, it is going to be difficult to determine what they contain with any certainty. We can rule them out as being a U.S. prescription product, since they are all require to have markings to enable their identification. Compounding pharmacies sometimes do specially ordered medications, but they use plain capsules, in most cases.

That means that this is most likely and over the counter product, which leaves it open to many possibilities.

I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you.

Does anyone else recognize this capsule?

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Edewein Says:

I also have found a zip-loc bag with this type of pill. Green/White capsule containing a brown powder. The powder smells like dirt (Cumin) and is fine like flour. I did wet the tip of a finger and touch the powder, it stained much like chewing tobacco. My tongue also has a hot spot much like cayenne or other pepper may produce. Also an alkaline product might also produce the same effect. Using a loop one can see bits of gelatin shell within the powder. There are also small black and white granules that can easily be crushed down into powder.
So is the presence of the pepper to throw off drug dogs? Is it over the counter weight loss pills? Our son works in a grocery store with a group of ne'er do wells, he has also gained a lot of weight recently. Once my wife shakes him down I will post anything he discloses about the pills.

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