White Wwd10 Valium

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martin Says:
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ww on 1 side and d10 on the other tastes like Vals but r they? They are known locally as white Indian Valium. I know there's a lot of dodgy Vals about but i have a benzodiazepine problem and they're the only things that keep me going, but there's been a lot of deaths lately in the areas (lanarkshire / Glasgow). Can anyone help? Thanks.

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brido Says:

Hi, i can tell you that white d10s with a score on that side and ww on the other are safe and they're loose. The ones that dont have ww on the other side are fake.

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davidr1988 Says:
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If they have a lemon taste is it possible they r cut with suboxone?

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David Says:

If you're not getting your medication filled at a licensed pharmacy, then the only honest way to prove that they are Valium would be to have the pill's contents analyzed by a lab and/or drug panel that evaluates the presence of commonly prescribed controlled substances such as Benzodiazepines, Opiates, etc...

Without taking the time to go through this process you are putting your health & life at risk by taking unknown chemical substances.

Alternatively, it may be best to safely dispose of them and visit a doctor for what is sure to be a real prescription.

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Ryzaa Says:
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Glasgow is bad for duff d10s that are killing loads. Only tip i can give is get them off the right person.. trust worthy.. take a few and see!! Just remember people are dying with them so check the markings etc and be possitive its not the killer ones.

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Lily Says:
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I just received them today. I am not used to the sweet taste of these and I'm not feeling that peaceful feeling, but I will start the morning with them fresh and see if I feel them. They are reportedly Diazepam tablets IP 10 mg. White, chalky, bitter and scored on one side. The company on the blister pack says Neuro Vision. Anyone ever seen or heard of these?

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Pawnstar01 Says:
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10mg ww white valium are not the real mccoy; they're fake. Now if they were proper pharmaceutical top grade valium you would only need 1 or 2 to feel its effects pretty good, especially if they're 10mg doses, but with these valium u need to take several to get a "similar" effect. So that's how dealers sell you double the amount. For instance, buy 10 u get 20. Now if they were real do u honestly think they'd sell n give that amount to people? Not a chance, so if u do take valium try to stick to the real mccoy through a doctor and licensed pharmacy.

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Scottish Taoist Says:

Re: brido (# 1)

I got one's that were just 10 on one side and blank on the other. not 'd10'. white aswell.

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Scottish Taoist Says:

Re: David (# 3)

David thanks for taking the time but I dunno if I speak for everyone in here, the we're scots, we smoke 20 cigs a day n would only win drinking in the olympics and deep fry everything we get our hands on. We'll keep an eye on the ones mental enough to take them, and try to get the info we can online. Advice like "you shouldn't be taking it," isn't really relevant feedback here. In our one terrorist attack, a working class man from Bishopton ran up to the terrorist on fire, at his car that was on fire, and booted him square in the balls n got him to the ground. We're not.. that.. scared of death. We work around it.

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Scottish Taoist Says:

Re: Pawnstar01 (# 6)

Interesting point at the dealers. Just wish it was easy enough to go to a doctor and get them easily. I take it it's not particularly easy.

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Graham Says:
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The best diazepam on the market is Bensedin by Galenika which are a Serbian brand. I've tried UK Actavis & Teva & I've found Bensedin to be the more potent one.

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Pacman Says:
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Re: Pawnstar01 (# 6)

Scam counterfeit tabs, I have exact same Neuro Vision blister pack white 10mg tabs, I can confirm they are fakes, they look poorly pressed and as far as I can tell contain no diazepam at all. ??

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