White Oxycodone With 325 10 Rp

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Hancho Says:
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Are the 325 10 rp better than the a3333?

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Elivepainfree Says:
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I live in south Florida & these are the common 10mg Percocets I've come across. The RP's are not effective at all, and are weak. the A333's are DESCENT for pain relief, and personally are OK. I find the yellow circles with C230 are best besides the pink roxies or endocets.

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Chaos Says:
Yes the ingredients didn't make me sick, but I got zero relief w a
333, I'd give the rp a 6 /10, the Alvogen are 8/10, ... but I was in s. Fl I haven't seen the rp s sincemid 2016

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David Says:
According to the FDA, the inactive ingredients in these RP 10 325 pills by Rhodes are as follows:

pregelatinized corn starch
magnesium stearate
colloidal silicon dioxide
stearic acid

Something else to keep in mind upon comparison with other tablets, is that the 10mg tablets by Rhodes reportedly contain an equivalent to 8.9637 mg of oxycodone; not the advertised 10mg.

Source: accessdata.fda.gov/spl/data/bdc11908.xml

Hope this helps.

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