White 10mg Diazepam Ranbaxxy

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TevaGirl Says:
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Stay away from these hard white supposed 10mg pills. I can assure everyone that they are not legit. I take blue teva pills for pain and anxiety and they help me get up and get on with my day. These Ranbaxy 10mg white "diazepam" have left me bed ridden and in all over pain. They make you sleepy and it's really hard to wake up and when you do, it's a bed day all over again. Makes my cervical stenosis 100x worse!!! Blue teva ALL THE WAY!!!

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David Says:

RE: "I can assure everyone that they are not legit."

Are you meaning to say that Ranbaxy produces fake or counterfeit medication? Or simply ineffective medication, leading to an onset of pain & withdrawal symptoms due to less potency vs other manufacturer's brands?

I can't imagine a licensed pharmaceutical company producing "fake" medication...but ineffective medication, yes. And it may just come down to different binders and fillers that affect bioavailability when it comes to one manufacturer vs another. Some inert ingredients that make up the composition of the pill don't get always get digested, processed or eliminated properly by our bodies, in-turn, hindering tablet efficacy.

If you have a pill imprint for each version of Diazepam you're taking or have taken, maybe we could more closely compare the different attributes to try and determine the culprit ingredient?

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mohammed Says:

Re: David (# 1)

or maybe you indirectly work for terapia / ranbaxy or have some other motive? Lets be honest, its not uncommon for drugs that don't come out of the US/UK to have questionable quality in comparison.. After using terapia/ ranbaxy myself after abstinence from benzos ( due to not needing them) i can confirm the ones i have (due to panic / anxiety) are very week / ineffective when compared to US/UK brands that have been sufficient / effective when required in the past.

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Jk Says:
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I've taken them to try to help me sort myself out but they don't work at all. They are small white ones in blister packs and look like the real deal but are not. If I had the blue ones I am relaxed and not on edge all the time but with these, I don't know what they are. They even come sealed with diazepam printed on the box. It also says neliz on the box and blister pack as well as 10 ml diazepam with a circle in green with a capital N in it and neliz in black on it.

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Orlys mate Says:
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I have to completely disagree. I have very real and good quality Terapia Ranbaxy 10mg diazepam that come in blisters of 10 x 3 in one box with leaflet written in Romania and English. Ranbaxy are a huge pharmaceutical company that make more than just diazepam. A lot of POM medication you get from your chemist will be made by Ranbaxy. 10 years and consistently good diazepam from Romania. The other Romanian brand is Gedeon Richter. Also excellent.

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Attila thehun Says:
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Re: David (# 1)

That's why I like the galinika bensedin Diazapam. They're from Serbia and apparently, they're the cleanest valium you can get. They're white dome-shaped round strips of 30.

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Attila thehun Says:
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Sorry, strips of 15 not 30.

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forgotten nickname Says:

Many private pharmacies have begun getting their valium and xanax from India, where they are for sale over the counter, no Rx needed. It started out to be used to help keep the population who live there from becoming violent or despondent about conditions they are forced to live in; those meds are very weak and are a big target of counterfeiters to this day. These drugs are all over the internet and available to Americans through the mail, illegal yes, but all shipments from India via internet come wrapped in tinfoil to throw off the large x-ray machines used by border officials and postal centers here in America to look for exactly that, counterfeit drugs and illegal shipments.

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