White Pill Westward 292 Methocarbamol

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randolf Says:
Methocarbamol 750mg. It is used for: Relieving muscle pain and discomfort caused by sprains and strains. It is used in combination with rest and physical therapy.

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Crystal Says:
Randolf is correct it is Methocarbamol 750 mg, which is a central muscle relaxant used to treat skeletal muscle spasms.

To learn more click on the link below...

Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do.

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Avery Says:
they can really mess you up, all around strong pill.

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Larry Says:
you obviously never heard of a vicidon or norco

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Larry Says:
I agree, vicodin or norco are much more effective.

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E Says:
So These Westward 292 Pills are effective?

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roslyn Says:
No, norcos are 1,000mg they work great for my back.

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Anthony G Says:
West Ward 292 are muscle relaxers not a narcotic pain reliever like Vicodin and Norcos; Anyways Vics and norcos are garbage pain relievers you want endocets and rocxi's for severe pain

But if your looking for your body to feel completely relaxed and cloud like, Methocarbamol 750mg is the way to go. I had a prescription for 6 of them.

By no means am i happy to say this but I have had plenty of experience with pain relievers for a LONG time. Take my word for it.

And at #7 response Norcos are either 5.325 or 10/500 Hydro/apap (hydrocodone Acetaminophen)

IMHO, If you want the most effective pain relief I suggest Opana (Oxymorphone)

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spider Says:
I agree

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Paul Says:
Great info guys! Thanks!

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Krista Says:
They are a muscle relaxant that are also used to treat the symptoms of opiate withdrawl.

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bigdaddy420 Says:
Wtf. Save scipts for the people that need them and don't use recreationally!!!!

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gimmeabreak89 Says:
Thank you BigDaddy420! I have 3 ruptured discs in my back, and horrible muscle spasms! I have a hard enough time getting my pain medication and muscle relaxants because of people missusing them or selling them! It adgitates me to know that people who sell their meds get them like they were candy and I on the other hand have to go through a hassle to get mine!

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dave Says:
gimmeabreak89 sounds like your a wimp

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gimmeabreak89 Says:
Why the crude comment? I was only stating that it agitates me for people who obviously don't need the medication to sell it! Because in fact if they needed it they wouldn't sell it! So Dave how is that being a wimp? And learn the difference between "your" and "you're".

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dopefeene Says:
has anyone ever tried methocarbomal with methadone

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mamabear Says:
I take endocet, vicodin, soma, gabapinten, and methacarbamol. I have to because of a stupid accident. I don't take them recreationally. If ur getting stoned off of a muscle relaxer u must be 13 and experimenting. Of that's the case go back to ur medicine cabinet grab your flinstone vitamins and enjoy. Leave the conversion on here for people who need to be educated or have questions. I'm sure this post is not here for u wanna be drug dealers.

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Chris Says:
So these westward 292 have codine in them?

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no it doesn't! it's a muscle relaxer (not like soma) and will just make u sleepy.

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asslee Says:
scard to take one so ill take a half one its 7.50 so what will happend

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