Dark Purple Capsule No Markings

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purple capsule no markings

Found and can not identify ## Can't identify a purple capsule with only a name Watson on it. Any ideas? ## No, I cannot find a listing for a capsule with no other markings on it, does anyone else have any information? ## I have a dark colored purple capsule it is somewhat small and everyone i contact say it is a percocet 30 ...

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Dark purple capsule

What could a purple capsule no markings White powder inside be ??? ## I'm sorry, but if there are no markings, it is going to be difficult to narrow down what this is. Since over the counter items in the U.S. are not required to have imprints, like prescription medications are, it could be any one of a large number of items, including nutritional supplements or herbal products. Where was it found? There is also a chance that it could be a foreign medication, since they are not strictly regulated like those in the U.S. are. Does anyone else have an idea of what this could be? ...

purple and yellow capsule no markings

A purple and yellow capsule w/no imprints and lot#1211FTN102. ## Hello, Brian! How are you? I'm sorry, but the lot number is of significance only to the manufacturer for knowing the production run, it does not help identify something. That said, without markings, that means this is most likely an over the counter product, which may make it difficult to identify. However, I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else have an idea of what these might contain? ## Has anyone ever come across yellow and dark purple capsule pills with no imprint?? Found some today and was wondering what they are. They are packaged in little plastic with a foil back. ...

Purple And White Capsule With No Markings

Found a Dark purple (half) and white (half) capsule no imprint. Anyone have a clue what this is? ## If there are no markings, it will most likely be difficult to narrow down what it contains. We can rule it out as being a U.S. approved and manufactured prescription product, since they are all required to have imprints to enable their identification. The greatest likelihood is that it's something available over the counter. However, there is also a chance that it could be something specially done by a compounding pharmacy, since they also use blank capsules, or it could be a foreign medication. Does anyone else recognize this capsule? ## Thank you for the info. ## This is Tylenol/codeine from Mexico most probably. ## Women's Thrive level capsule. Purple and white no markings. ## ... ...

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Purple And Yellow Capsule with no markings

Hello. I have some dark purple and yellow capsules. No markings at all. Def not stacker 2. Maybe Mexican or canadian generics? ## A U.S. or Canadian prescription generic would still have some type of marking on it, when it comes to Mexico, however, they don't have many laws and many don't pay any attention to the ones they do have, anyway... But, it could be an over the counter generic from the U.S., Canada or pretty much anywhere else, since they aren't required to have imprints. Learn more OTC drug details here. So, it could be some off-brand of Stacker, or any one of a large number of other possibilities. Where did you find them? ## I found the dark purple and yellow capsules in my son's room. ## The ones I have seen came From over counter in Mexico ...

solid dark metallic purple/gray capsule over the counter no markings

found a pack of 12. back says Lot 2139FTN101, then an expiration date. white powder, yellow capsule inside purple one. ## Did you ever get your answer? I just found the exact same thing in my daughter's room. ...

capsule, white and purple

azitromicina samitrogen ## 1/2 dark purple and 1/2 white capsule with no markings on it...what could it be? ## In regards to the original post, that's the Mexican/Spanish name for the antibiotic Azithromycin, which is used to treat various types of infections. It may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Learn more Azithromycin details here. As to the post from Shelly, I'm sorry, but if there are no markings on it, then it is very difficult to track down what it is. Does anyone else have any ideas? ## What is a half white and half dark purple pill with no markings and brown powder inside? ## Anyone received any updates on this? I just bought 9 pills from Cozumel Mexico yesterday. Same here, blue and purple pills with no markings. ## ... ...

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purple capsule clambuterol

it's a weight loss, fat stripping dark purple capsule with no markings. ## I am a 54 year old with secondary progressive MS I take tizanidine, pregabalin and co-codamol when required. I am in a wheelchair therefore I cannot do any exercise as such, I stopped smoking 5 years ago and put on a lot of weight. My question is, am I ok to take clambuterol with my meds? ...

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dark purple and black capsules with white power inside

I found a dark purple and black capsule in my boyfriend's drawer. I opened it up and found white power. I tried to look up the capsule online but there are no markings on it. However, I did find an online wholesale site in China that sells the same exact (empty) capsules. My question is, what could the substance that was crushed and put in the capsule be? He does have a history of opiate addiction and is supposed to be on subs. I saw him take it right before bed and minutes later he was half sleeping/snoring and half awake. It's obviously a downer but what? ...

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Beige (off white) & Purple (indigo) Capsule

Trying to figure out what this pill is from a photo. Doesn't seem to have any markings on it but might be on the other side of the pill, however there are multiple pills in the photo and no markings on any of them. It seems to be a dark blue/purple color on half and the other half is cream tinted white. If you have any idea what this could be please help!! I don't believe the person who posted the photo is taking it for medical reasons so I'd also like to know if it might be a street drug?? Thank you ## Sounds like the same ones I got while in Mexico. They are tylenol/codeine. ## Mexican ultram/tramadol. Its a non opiod pain med used alot more since opiods are strongly abused. ## I see each of the last two posts are stating that this is something different than what the othe... ...

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purple capsule with "AG" and white stripe / band in middle

I have a capsule that is dark purple with a white band in the middle. Each end of the capsule has "AG" on it. I can't find anything on the internet that matches this description. ## I have the same pills that match your description and I believe they are the Allegra Allergy 24 hr gel caps. See the pic of the box for more detail on RiteAid's website. Hope this helps. ## Thank you! I take a lot of pills and this is new to me. I couldn't figure out what it was. ## Hello, Just wanted to confirm for other readers here that based on the product packaging, Allegra Allergy 24hr Gelcaps are purple capsules with what appears to be a white/silver band in the center. [From an online image vantage point of the box, you can't really tell if it bears the markings "AG"; ... ...

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capsule identifier

Off white capsule with the numbers: 93 typed above the #s3109. They're on both halves of the capsule. I think some sort of pain medicine. Not sure. ## off white capsule; 93 over 3109 ## Purple and Gray Capsule ST-3FE on Purple side 224 / 3850 on Gray side Light brown powder inside ## it's a blue and orange capsule with the letters WRP104 on the orange half and 70 mg on the blue half ## found capsule/pill red and blue with tan band in middle inside is white and solid like tylenol....no markings at all on th outside....maybe nothing at all, but it is strange to my home, and I have g-children. ## DARK GREEN--LIGHT GREEN J2 J2 ## GXP Capule Lt. Beige, Top looks larger that bottom because of the joint where the top and bottom join, but the bottom of the cap looks smaller. My dog chew... ...

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Blue Capsule No Marking Brown Powder

Found two blue capsules (turquoise) that have no markings. The powder inside is a brown color with grains of white lightly mixed in ## found an unmarked dark purple pill with a brown hardened powder with crystal looking bits in there...in a "recovering" heroin addicts drawer in a unmarked pill bottle. what is it? ## If there are no markings, it is going to be difficult for anyone to identify this for you. We can rule it out as being a manufactured U.S. prescription medication, because they are all required to have unique markings to enable their identification, in case of emergency. However, it could be something that was done by a compounding pharmacy, an over the counter product, a foreign medication or an illegal substance. The description does sound like it could be Heroin. ... ...

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i found two different colored pills that i cant identify - one is half red/white the other solid dark purple - neither of them are marked

They have no identification code. One is half red and half white. The other is a solid dark purple, and yes they are both capsules. They are normal sized capsules. ## HI, Dannyboy! How are you? If there are no markings on them, then we can rule them out as being U.S. approved and manufactured prescription medications, since they are all required to have markings to enable their identification. That means that they are most likely something that's available over the counter and that leaves it open to a pretty large list of possibilities that include both medications and supplements. Where did you find them? Some products are regional, so knowing the general location may help to narrow it down. Does anyone else recognize these capsules? ...

hydrocodone 60 mg

My grandma got dark purple capsules and her nurse say their compound capsules hydrocodone 60 mg is there a such pill as such I'm scared a little bit because there's no markings and their dark purple capsules ## Hello! How are you and your grandma? Actually that does make sense, a compounded medication would not have any markings on it. There is no standard manufactured 60mg dosage available, so it would have to be specially ordered by her doctor and then created for her at a compounding pharmacy. They usually use unmarked capsules, because they are cheaper than those with logos or imprints on them. This is a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anyth... ...

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