Yellow Powder Bright Pink Pill Hydrocodone

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Heeze Says:
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I have a bright pink pill w orange\yellow powder. It is supposed to be a very strong norco but I'm not 100% Sure what it is?? Any advice? Or help



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Verwon Says:

Are there any markings on it?

If not, then that means it's going to be difficult to determine exactly what the capsule contains.

Norco contains Acetaminophen and Hydrocodone, it's not available in capsules on the manufactured pharmaceutical market, it's only available as tablets.

Learn more Norco details here.

If it contains these ingredients and is in an unmarked capsule, it would have to be a dosing that was specially ordered by a doctor and done by a compounding pharmacy….however, the color of the powder makes me doubt that, because it's usually a white or off-white substance. That is why the tablets are white, except for the ones that contained dyes.

Where did you find it?

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