Mexico Pill Identifier

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Mexico Pill Identifier

Small round white pill with a weird r logo. It's clenbuterol but I don't know the mg. ## Large capsule half white other half cobalt blue (like the color of the type on this websites lists to the right here>) no imprints at all. Got the pills in Mexico at a Pharmacia and put them in an unmarked bottle..thinking I'd remember wwhat they were but have ofcourse forgotten..anyone with insight to what the pill may be, I'd appreciate. ## Hi Aud, The small white Clenbuterol pill with the strange logo may be a 40mcg dosage, (however please don't just take my word for it). I noticed an image on google with a similar logo you were describing and it was indicated as being 40mcg. If you run a search on google images for "Clenbuterol pill image" it should be the second ... ...

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Mexico Pill Identifier 1

A purple pill about size of dime with no imprints supposed to be some kind of sterile ## If there are no markings, there's really no way to be certain what they contain. Learn more anabolic steroid details here. Did you order them, or did someone give them to you and claim that's what they are? ## Found pills in daughters room that are small, light greenish-blue, round with an M (with a circle around it) on one side and the number 35 on the other side also a line under the number 35 with nothing below the line but what appears to be an apostrophe. ...

Updated in Steroids
Mexico Pill Identifier - Clear Purple Capsule w/white beads

I am trying to figure out what diet pill I was prescribed in TJ, it was a clear purple capsule with white beads inside and I believe it was unlabeled on the outside. but if there were a label it would be small with white lettering. Sound familiar to anyone out there? ## Yes its phentermine 15mg. What else? Extended release. ...

Updated in Phentermine
Mexican capsule identifier

I have these capsules that are all white and have the letters,"JSC" on them. They're from Mexico and they're supposed to be 50 milligram codeine phosphate capsules. Does anybody know anything about them? ## @serapeum, You had mentioned that you got these from Mexico. Do you still have the contact info for the pharmacy you bought them at? If so, that would probably be the next step I'd take towards verification. Another thing that I've heard others on here recommend is to use one of those drug panel kits (available at head shops) to determine if the contents are positive for opiates/opioids. This may be a cheaper alternative to sending capsules off to a lab for further analysis. On the other hand, I don't think standard drug panels recognize inactive ingredien... ...

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Yellow round pill with hexagon imprint from Mexico

The pill is small, round, bright yellow, and the only imprint is a hexagon on one side. Thanks for the help!!! (i was told it was a diet pill) ## Hi, Abby! I'm sorry, but the operative word here is Mexico! They don't keep track of most of their medications, which means that there is no identifier available for their tablets. I wish there were as it would make things much easier, but since they don't keep track and they don't require imprints, even trying to start such a database would be a ridiculously difficult undertaking. That said, the best thing to do with this tablet would be to just dispose of it properly. Where did you find it? ## Capsule half brown and half Carmel color and told it is diet pill from Mexico ## A friend of mine picked up 50 small round yellow pill... ...

Updated in Diazepam
Mexico Ambien 10mg - Round tablet, orange in color

Does anyone know if Ambien (Zolpidem) 10 mg from Mexico comes in a round 1/4", lightish orange tablet (white inside). Scorned on one side and unmarked on the other side? Does anyone know if there is a Mexican pill identifier website? How can I tell if they are real or is Zolpidem 10mg even made like that? Has anyone taken these from Mexico? Did they work ok? ## Unfortunately, when you order from a foreign source, those are the hazards associated with it. There is no way of knowing exactly what you have received, unless you would pay to have it lab tested. And no, there is no Mexican drug identification website. Their medications are not regulated like those in the U.S., so there is no repository of their imprints, colors or etc. I am sorry, I wish I could help more. Has anyone actua... ...

Updated in Ambien
Ambien Zolpidem 10mg - round orange tablet from Mexico

Info needed. Does anyone know if Ambien (Zolpidem) 10 mg from Mexico comes in a small 1/4" round, lightish orange color tablet (white inside). Scorned on one side and unmarked on the other side? Does anyone know if there is a Mexican pill identifier website? How can I tell if they are real or is Zolpidem 10mg even made like that? Is anyone familiar with these or have taken them ok? ## Unfortunately, when you order from a foreign sources, this is one of the hazards. Other than paying to have it lab tested, there is no way to be certain what you have received. There is no website to identify them, because their products are not regulated like their U.S. counterparts and they are not required to log their imprints. Is anyone familiar with these? ## I got this pill from a US phamacy. No... ...

Updated in Zolpidem
Help me identify this medication please

My husband came home with a medium size white round flat pill with the letter K printed on one side. Says that he was told that it was for spasms (cramps). Couldn't find it on Pill ID. It is suppose to be from Mexico. What is it? ## Hello, Rosemary! How are you? Unfortunately, the operative word here is Mexico, they don't regulate their medications like the U.S. and Canada, so it can be difficult to identify them and they aren't listed in the U.S. pill identifiers. So far, I've been unable to find anything, however, I'll keep looking and post back, when I have information for you. Does anyone else know what this tablet contains? ## I got the exact same thing. Is it kind of chalky and scored in half down the back. All it has is a K imprint on the front. Not a K cut. I... ...

Updated in Klonopin

It is methylphenidate: 10 mg pill is a round, white pill scored twice (in a cross) so the pill can be split into four pieces. the other side is scored with the company logo. the pill is manufactured in mexico by Psicofarma. ## What is difference between Xanax and Ritalin based on pill image? They are identical? ## IMMEDIATE HELP REQUIRED, I have the EXACT same question, meds are from a popular part of Mexico from a drug store, packaging was sealed and in Correctly label boxes for the med desired. But unfortunately they are now mixed together do to convenience (but the pills were not examined before they were put together) are there ANY visual or other identifiers between Ritalin 10mg and Clonazepam 2mg? don't know which is what? PLEASE HELP, I don't want the wrong med to be take... ...

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