What Are The Red Spots In Vicodin For?

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jj Says:


They are added so that one cannot dissolve the pills and administer them intravenously. Go ahead add some water to a pill and you will see what i mean.



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Alan Says:
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You are so wrong, that's not what they're for. Get help buddy.

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Bob Says:
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The specs in vicodin is only coloring solely for identification purposes. It helps distinguish them from similar pills. Being a narcotic it helps paramedics identify them in a possible overdose. Its not there to prevent abuse like some believe.

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Justine Says:
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I'm in treatment now for hep c. Sure am glad I have the strength to erase that enlightening news!!! Anyway, I had a feeling there was something up with that!

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slickrick Says:
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The red spots in Vicodin are a dye so people do not insufflate the pill. They have also started putting blockers in them so people don't feel that "high" people search for when abusing these types of medications. That's info I've found related to these pharma companies.

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