White Diazepam D 10

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loz Says:
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I have white diazepam which say d 10 on them. I'm used to blue 10 mg diazepam. I'm not sure if these are real 10mg diazepam.


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Valfreak69 Says:
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I have had these aswell bud, defos real deal, one of the best I've had.

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Valfreak69 Says:
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I've had these ones aswell bud, defos real deal.

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Sparky256 Says:

Diazepam made by US manufactors are either yellow, orange or blue. The white pills that come in a blister pack are from India. The packakge has all the proper labeling to pass through US Customs. They are real and safe, but a bit on the weak side. Thought the package states there is 10mg of diazepam in each pill, it is more like 6mg to 8mg. Also there is no coating on the pills, so they taste dry and bitter.

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