Klonopin Purple

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help do they come purple
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do klonopin come in the color purple ## It is hard to say, there are no regulations in the prescription drug industry regarding color of the tablets, the manufactures can make them any color that they wish. If you can provide the imprint from the tablets, then I can look it up for you and check what it is. ## name brand does with a K in the middle and its one mg strength ...
Updated 10 years ago in Klonopin.
Wed, Oct 31 '07, 8:32 PM
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color purple ## Please see your other post for my response. Thanks! ## Its not spelled like that. It is spelled Klonopin w active ingredient Clonazepam. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Klonopin.
Mon, Jun 08 '09, 12:18 AM
Purple 1mg Xanax
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Dude, The purple ones are real too. I have used a very reputable company, klonopins in blisters, everything. The purple are good. Its all good ## Just out of curiosity, what's the name of the company that makes those purple Xanax you get? Also, do you know if they are based here in the U.S.? Only asking because the purple pills aren't listed in any of the online U.S. drug/pill resources. I located some dark blue one's but nothing purple. Thanks for the help! ## Ive got the purple ones and depending on what part of the world u order from they are either made by Parke Davis or Pfizer. They are really good too although I have heard of a few instances where ppl ordered and got fake ones. Thank God that has never happened to me :) ## hey post back if you can help with those purpl... ...
Updated 8 months ago in Xanax.
Sun, Mar 19 '17, 12:02 PM

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