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small white tablet with cross scored on one side and 100 on the other

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RustyJAMES Says:
Do pharmacies in Mexico still prescribe cross tops and the amphedamine pills that arn't made in america anymore?

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Are the white cross energy pills available here in Atlanta Georgia?

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Shawn Says:
Crossroads, we used to call them. The main ingredient was Amphetamine and you could buy them out of the back of magazines as they advertised them like NODOZE. They would get you flying.

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David Says:
To those questioning whether white cross energy pills are still available in the US, I'm pretty sure that they've been discontinued. Not to mention, amphetamine (Adderall) now requires a prescription in this day and age.

Its presence in other countries such as Mexico may be a dim possibility. However, drugs like amphetamine are sometimes available over-the-counter in places like this, whereas one could legally obtain the active ingredients when traveling outside of the US.

In the meantime, perhaps visiting a US doctor for a prescription would be your best bet for the next closest thing?

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Linda Says:
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Shawn (# 3) --

The great and wonderful diet pills that I took in 1969 were later banned in the US for some stupid reason. They were called “White Crosses”, a little white pill with a cross on one side, don’t remember if the other side had any markings. My family doctor gave them to me from a cabinet in his office, they were in a little white box. They gave me the energy to take care of my child and my sickly father, caused me to lose lots of weight and concentration for my studies all while having not one side affect. Where did they go??? BTW, no withdrawals after taking them for 3 months and no rebound weight gain.

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