Chalky Round White Pill With No Imprints

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round white pill chalky bitter numbing
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From india, supposed to be adderall, round white with no imprints. Taste test was bitter slight burn to tounge with a numbing effect, im guessing not adderall. ## @heffay, From what I understand, many of the pharmaceutical drugs coming from India are thought to be counterfeit. So you can never be too sure of what you have unless you're getting each pill analyzed by a lab. These Indian companies tend to list their products on illegal websites to scam people who think they can get around obtaining a valid RX. But in all honestly, the best way to protect yourself against counterfeits is go see your doctor for a prescription and having it filled at a local pharmacy. Outside of that, anything else could be laced with poison for all we know... Better safe than sorry in my opinion. I'd... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Adderall.
Wed, Jan 27 '16, 3:21 PM
bought soma and tramacet in costa rica
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Purchased soma and tramadol on vaca in costa rica about 6 months ago. I just found two large white round pills scored on one side with no markings. They are not chalky feeling. I don't know if they are the tramadol or soma. ## Insane to smuggle illegal non U.S. prescribed medicine back into the U.S. Was it over a 90 day supply? ## @bingobear, That's quite a risk you took. Glad to hear you're still with us and not approached by U.S. Customs. However speaking of the foreign tablets... if they don't possess any markings/imprints, unfortunately your guess is as good as anyone else's. Whether they're chalky or not probably wont reflect whatever active ingredient it's made up of, since manufacturers these days add a variety of binders/fillers for bulking it up. If ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Soma.
Wed, Dec 24 '14, 1:38 PM
Small Chalky White Round Pill N On One Side 10 The Other
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Small round chalky powder pill with Capital N on one side and possible 10 so chalky you can't idintify. ## This small white-round pill is Canadian and made by Novopharm. It's actually one of two drugs with the same imprint (both being white). If the N is very fat and looks embedded then it's 10mg of Tamoxifen Citrate (Nolvadex), an antiestrogen drug. If the N is normal looking then it's 10mg of Domperidone (Novo-Domperidone), a gastrointestinal drug. There's other N 10 imprints but they're different colors. Novopharm is bad about ambiguous imprints; they have at least 10 different N 10 pills that I'm aware of. I hope this helps! ...
Updated 5 years ago in Tamoxifen.
Mon, Mar 26 '12, 6:22 PM

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