Tw 772 White Round Pill

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Steph Says:
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Trying to figure out where my friend got these. Any help would be appreciated.



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David Says:

Hi Steph,

I realize that you're wanting to know where these pills were purchased from, but do you happen to know what type of medication this is supposed to be? I couldn't find any matching imprints from the NIH or other US-based manufacturers - Let alone any specific details on it's origin. This makes me wonder if it's something made outside of the US, where I'm located...

Why isn't your "friend" willing to tell you where they got them from?

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cubancraze181 Says:

It's TOWA etizolam, 1mg made by mimaki pharmaceutical company in japan. Very comparable to alprozolam 1mg.

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badInsomnia Says:

SWIM was told that these were 1mg alprazolam. SWIM was angry at first, but SWIMs associate who gave them to SWIM, did so at a very reasonable rate. Overall, SWIM is satisfied and notices no difference between the two.

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