Kolonipin What Color

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what does kolonipin look like

My son has a terrible drug problem but I can't seem to find what they are. I'm told they are kolonopin but they are off white in color & have a slick coating& about the size of a pencil eraser maybe a little smaller.Are these possibly kolonopin? ## Hello, Sammysue! How are you? Do they have any markings on them? If not, they are not a U.S. prescription medication of any type, since they are all required to have markings on them to enable their identification. If there are no markings, it is most likely an over the counter product, of some type, though there is a slight chance it could be a foreign medication. The FDA classifies Klonopin as a benzodiazepine that carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and i... ...

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I Found A Round Very Small Peach Colored Pill With Just The Letter C On It And Smooth What Is Please Was In Childs Room

i found in my grandsons room in a plastic bag a very small round smooth peach colored pill with just the letter c on it i would like to know what it is please ## I can't find a listing for this in any of the databases that I checked. And with just a C on it, I am lead to suspect that it's most likely something that's available over the counter. Learn more OTC drug details here. Did you try asking him about it? ## Sounds like a Xanax or Kolonipin generic which starts with a C. I think clomazepam ## Many prescription pills seem to start with C as well. ## I've taken Klonopin generics for 10 years and have never seen a "C" on it! I would check a pill database bc I can't find anything under narcotic RX's, but I have come to find that my Valium, the hospital g... ...

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